The Row's spring/summer 2011 was white hot, with a minimal clean colour palette being the common denominator throughout the collection. Dashes of mint green and blush pinks were present, as were sheer separates draped beautifully over silk dresses and skirts. The pyjama trend sees no sign of slowing down,as the Olsen twins went full on, with additions of satin bathrobes and pyjama-esque trousers. White flat sandals, minimal layering and loose silhouettes completed this simple yet effective spring summer 2011 collection, which was quite reminiscent of our favourite minimalistic designer Pheobe Philo's collections for Céline.
These are my favourite looks from Suno's spring/summer 2012 collection, and I have to say I loved it! This collection consisted of sheer blouses, floral appliques,drop waist dresses in silk & chiffon, metallic separates, spring florals, bold patterns, watercolour prints and a pastel spring colour palette. I practically loved every piece from this collection, because of its ease and chicness with simple separates delicately designed with beautiful patterns and light colour palette-making this the ultimate spring wardrobe.
Singer of the moment, Adele graces the October issue of Vogue UK! I'm completely in love with the cover and editorial, and this is definitely one of Vogue UK's best covers this year ( behind Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's sizzling March cover). There's a very autumnal feel to this cover, and is very 'British' in a sense. I look forward to buying this issue ( despite the Amy Childs feature- what was Alexandra Shulman thinking???)