London Fashion Week Autumn/ Winter 2019

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

London Fashion Week Autumn/ Winter 2019

London Fashion Week has come to an end and I've rounded up some of the top runway shows of the season. 

Victoria Beckham - Queen of sophistication
Rejina Pyo is becoming my favorite designer at the moment, and her accessories are to die for!
Burberry got a modern update thanks to Ricardo Tisci.
Alexa Chung is always a 70s dream with platform boots, oversized silhouettes, and incredible textures.
I hope to see some of these Emilia Wickstead creations on the red carpet.
Simone Rocha is always dreamy and whimsical.
Christopher Kane went glam punk with an 80s feel.
Loved the JW Anderson show and I think Phoebe Philo fans will gravitate towards this collection while Celine is under new rule.
Shrimps always keeps it fun and fresh.
Molly Goddard killed it again with this hot pink dress that broke the internet. 
Loved the Roland Mouret show along with the puppy pals that joined in.
Got a Yeezy vibe from the A.W.A.K.E. show with nude basics and clear heels.
Eudon Choi is a new brand on my radar but I'm loving what came down the runway this season.

Now off to Milan!

All images via Vogue Runway.

Puff Up

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Puff Up

The cold is far from over and if your current coat isn't getting the job done, you might want to get yourself a puffer jacket.

Puffer jackets have been a hot commodity in fashion. 

They're warm, trending and you can blame the holiday weight on the extra down in the jacket.

If this sounds like the coat for you, here are some of the coolest styles.

Images Via Vogue & Pinterest

Lucy Boynton's Makeup Magic

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Lucy Boynton's Makeup Magic
It's award season and that means that the red carpets are flooded with fashion inspiration, but as Lucy Boynton shows us, it's also about the beauty looks. If you're not familiar with Lucy, she's the leading lady in Bohemian Rhapsody, and she's now the queen of playing with makeup. Her makeup artist, Jo Baker, has created whimsical looks for each of her appearances and I love how playful yet wearable they are! Definitely follow her at @missjobaker for behind the scenes of her creating Lucy's looks as well as her inspiration for the looks. 
Lucy and her makeup first caught my attention at the Golden Globes when she rocked this graphic eye makeup in a Celine dress and tousled waves. Jo said she was inspired by 70s lux glamour and icons including Bianca Jagger and Jerry Hall - the look was created using Chanel makeup. 

At the 2019 SAG Awards she went with a 'minimalist precision punk' look and it was the perfect mix of modern makeup with a sixties feel. 

This look blew me away! It's such an editorial look but she owned it on the red carpet in a stunning Gucci dress. Jo called this the 'medieval geisha doll' look and used Glossier's cloud paint for the pink shadow!

Jo modernized the classic cat eye with this look for a Pre-Bafta event. Inspired by kitten ears she used Chanel makeup to create this cute and quirky look.

Lucy attended the Rodarte fashion show in LA and Jo was inspired by sherbet hues and Cali sunsets to create this peachy look. 

The Oscars are coming up and I can't wait to see what Lucy and Jo come up with next!

All images via Allure, Style Caster, and Jo Baker.