I just returned from a breathtaking day trip, from which I was lucky enough to meet these beautiful “Three Sisters’. The natural formations can be found in Sydney’s far west Blue Mountains; a 2 hour train ride from the CBD.
After a very busy past month, it was time to take breather and this was definitely the perfect location. The Three Sisters are surrounded by many secluded trails and stunning waterfalls alike.
Not the usual off the shoulder number that one might expect. Try off the shoulder jacket with well a jacket with two sleeve, nothing out of the ordinary here well aside from the little styling trick that has been popping up on the Ellery show in Paris and a fashion shoot in the city’s gardens. This brings new meaning to one shoulder dressing, maybe this is what happens when Australians and Paris collide.
These raw images, which were recently posted to The Independent, bring the authenticity to the Paris Fashion Week (’15) experience. So often we feed on a visual diet of staged images, it’s refreshing to come across something so pure and untouched every once in a while. A bit of a detox, if you will…
This is what happens when collaborations are a match made in Heaven. Take Brydie Mack from Wolf Club Chronicles and Alexander Spencer from 4th and Bleeker and give them the new range, luxe from Lack of Colour and you get effortless and sexy from a time gone by. I feel like I could be flicking through pages of a worn magazine from the 70’s.
Hidden in the southern-side of our beautiful New Zealand, the Whare Kea Charlet is absolute minimalistic bliss. The scenic 360 views are what make this experience, contributing to the intimate, secluded vibe. The perfect place for a ‘breather’, so-to-speak.
Zimmermann creates beautiful campaigns. Always directional but stays quintessentially Zimmermann. The Zimmermann Summer Swim 2015 doesn’t disapoint. Seemingly reminiscent of Valentino’s Spring Summer 2015 campaign with it highly editorial quality and focus on colour.