(Almost) Everything you need to know about Sports Luxe Last couple of years have been all about Sports Luxe – we went through acceptance of sneakers at work and in restaurants, ‘workout’ clothes sneaked into our wardrobes and are now worn anywhere but the gym. It is ‘normal’ to wear a fancy tracksuit with an elegant cashmere coat. I was always a huge fan of Sports Luxe style and adopted it way earlier than it was publicly accepted (or probably before the definition of this style was even written). So, what is Sports Luxe and how to master it?
HOW TO WEAR PATENT LEATHER One of the hottest trends right now aside of everything velvet is everything vinyl, or in other words patent leather (usually vegan). I wanted to add a couple of lines to this outfit post on how to wear patent leather this season, because trust me it is not that obvious:) Here I went all in with this red hot patent mini AND a matching raincoat. There are a couple of rules when wearing provocative patent leather pieces. Rule number one : juxtaposition is necessary. I would recommend wearing this ‘sexy’
Well, now that fashion month is over and I am safely back to LA I finally have time to do a couple of posts with my Paris outfits 🙂 This one is from a beautiful Sunday afternoon that probably was the only ‘day off’ I had in a month and we went brunchin’, flower shopping and wine-drinking. I wore this fab Chanel-esque jumpsuit (very similar here) with a warm cashmere sweater from Basler (similar here) and a great pair of brogues from a French brand called Mellow Yellow (similar here, and here) I also had a wool jacket to go with this outfit that I had to take off as it suddenly got warm and sunny!
As you may have guessed I am currently in Paris where Couture week gathers everyone who works in fashion. On this occasion, I wanted to share one absolute favorite outfit from my suitcase – a pair of culottes and a windbreaker by Azul by moussy. For those of you who don’t know, I had a strong ‘Japan’ moment during my student years – I spoke fluent Japanese and was obsessed with Tokyo. It was in Japan where I first fell in love with Japanese design which is a beautiful universe. My definition of Japanese design is approximately as follows: ‘nothing unnecessary + perfect simplicity’.