Monday, 29 February 2016

Academy Awards 2016 - Red Carpet

Last night the 88th Academy Awards took place at the Dolby Theatre in Los is a review of who wore what on the red carpet...
Olivia Munn - Stella McCartney / Charlize Theron - Dior
Alicia Vikander - Louis Vuitton / Cate Blanchett - Armani Prive
Rachel McAdams - August Getty / Saoirse Ronan - Calvin Klein
Brie Larson - Gucci / Naomi Watts - Armani Prive
Lily Collins - Saint Laurent SS16 / Selena Gomez - Louis Vuitton
Margot Robbie - Tom Ford / Diane Kruger - Reem Acra Fall 16
Emma Roberts - Yanina Couture / Heidi Klum - Marchesa
Kate Bosworth - Ralph and Russo / Rooney Mara - Givenchy Couture
Kerry Washington - Atelier Versace / Lady Gaga - Brandon Maxwell
Olivia Wilde - Valentino Couture / Elizabeth Banks - Ralph and Russo
Julianne Moore - Chanel / Jennifer Garner - Versace
Jennifer Lawrence - Dior Couture / Kate Winslet - Ralph Lauren
My Best Dressed
1. Alicia Vikander wearing custom Louis Vuitton. I found this the most memorable gown from this years event. The buttercup yellow was so refreshing, in a sea of black, white and metallic dresses. I also loved the length of the gown, cut just above the ankle and with just enough volume to make a statement without being difficult to wear.
2. Margot Robbie wearing Tom Ford. This look was head to toe Hollywood glamour. Oozing in sophistication this look was flawless. And can we just take a moment to appreciate just how photogenic Margot is. Stunning!
3. Jennifer Lawrence wearing Dior - I loved than Jen opted to wear a gown with texture, as we did not see much of this on the red carpet. Whilst I still prefer Jen's 2013 Oscar dress, this gown had a beautiful lace bodice and a low cut neckline that added a hint of sex appeal without being too daring.

Other Thoughts
* Cate Blanchett wearing Armani - I adore Cate's red carpet style. She always wears bold statement looks, and whilst I do love this dramatic gown I was not sold on the soft icy blue colour.
 * Brie Larson wearing Gucci - This was my favourite use of colour that we saw. The soft ruffles and embellished belt were beautiful.
* Naomi Watts wearing Armani - Like Cate Blanchett, Naomi is a huge fan of Armani. This dress was stunning and perfect for this event, however I feel like I've seen Naomi wear this style of dress so many times before.
* Diane Kruger wearing Reem Acra - Worn to attend the Vanity Fair after party, this  gown was straight of the runway at NYFW. The embellishment was exquisite, and the sheer fabric showed just enough flesh to grab attention but without being too risqué.
* Kate Bosworth wearing Ralph & Russo - The soft powdery lilac colour was perfect for Kate's complexion and the detail on the neckline was enough to mean that styling could be kept simple.
* Rooney Mara wearing Givenchy - A beautiful gown, but as was the case with Naomi Watts I feel Rooney has worn this style so many times it no longer looks new.

Who was your best dressed?

Phillippa x

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Sunday, 28 February 2016

Independent Spirit Awards - Red Carpet

Yesterday the Independent Spirit Awards took place in LA. Always the final awards show to take place before the Academy Awards, this event takes place during the day so we usually see a variety of beautiful daywear looks in brighter colours than you will see at an evening event. This event is much more relaxed than other award shows, so dress lengths vary and the dress code is not as strict. Take a look at who wore what...
1. Dree Hemingway - Chloe SS16
2. Rachel McAdams - Solace London
3. Jessica Biel - Roland Mouret SS16
4. Cate Blanchett - Gucci
5. Nikki Reed - Etro
6. Brie Larson - Chanel
7. Bel Powley - Mary Katrantzou A/W16
8. Zoe Kazan - Miu Miu
My Thoughts
I loved the fresh, spring feel of the majority of looks that we saw at this event and because there are less constraints on the dress code it was nice to see a range of different designers being worn and a wider selection of print and colour. 
*For my best dressed I would go for Dree Hemingway wearing Chloe. I love that this look is sleeveless and evokes a bohemian/free-spirited vibe. I covet everything Dree wears, her personal style is spot on.
*I also liked Jessica Biel's total look - the orange print on blue ground is eye-catching but not overpowering, and the shoes were seriously lust worthy.
*Rising star Bel Powley is captivating me with her red carpet style. She always opts for something a little different to the norm, not afraid to go for something more quirky and playful. She teamed her Mary Katrantzou dress, straight off the A/W16 catwalk at LFW, with a cool pair of 'Pacman' printed platforms.
*Whilst I love Etro, I just wasn't a fan of Nikki Reed's look. It was less about the dress and more about the fact that for me this is an evening look. The long sleeves and dark colours just seemed a little out of place at this event, where everyone else had opted for more summery looks.
Who was your best dressed?
Phillippa x
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Saturday, 27 February 2016

London Fashion Week - A/W16 - Top 10

Now that London Fashion week has drawn to a close, here is my Top 10 review...
For me, this show was my personal highlight of LFW. With architectural silhouettes, bold colour, quilting, a cloud motif used on a skirt and inventive fabric manipulation - each look from this show had me captivated. It very much reminded me of Pierre Cardin. This show also featured by favourite accessories seen so far on the A/W16 runway - the 'Pierce' bag and sculptural shoes.
Christopher Bailey described his inspiration behind this collection - 70's glam rock, military tailoring and mix media bohemia. 70's wallpaper prints were given a makeover and seen on sequined mini dresses. Signature black and khaki separates were paired with jacquard tops. Coats came in classic wool with military details, plaid, shearling, fur and python. Never anything other than perfect, Burberry knows what consumers want...I'll take one of everything please!
Christopher Kane
I adore seeing what Christopher Kane will serve up at LFW, each season different to the last and full of imagination. More commercial pieces, such as sweatshirts emblazoned with the letter 'K' in a gothic font, and tailored coats, were shown alongside floral printed and felted dresses. I particularly liked the eclectic use of ostrich feathers and crochet details. The plastic rain hats were a nod to Kane's mother, and were designed by Stephen Jones. 
Alexander McQueen
Returning to London this season, each look from this collection was  breathtaking...but after all this was McQueen. The dream-like ethereal gowns with butterfly motifs and hummingbird sequin embroidery were sensational. These were contrasted against structured leather dresses with photographic floral print details. Corsets were a key style in this collection, but for me the pièce de résistance was the quilted satin coat - nothing short of sublime!
Johnny Coca made his debut at Creative Director at Mulberry this season and I was thrilled to see the return of Mulberry to the LFW schedule. There were leather dresses and trousers, shearling, layering, classic tailoring (incredible wool felt coats and capes) and beaded mesh. A bold orange silhouette floral print looked striking on a black ground and the yellow/aubergine colour combo is definitely one I want to wear next season. Mulberry ready-to-wear is officially back on my radar.
Mary Katrantzou
'Cowboys and Princesses' was the title of yet another superb collection from the queen of LFW. Inspired by all things Americana, this collection featured colourful and playful motifs and prints. These prints included: stars, hearts and butterflies. There was even a display of embroidered evening gowns with pleated and voluminous tulle. The more youthful looks sat alongside easier to wear everyday pencil skirts and jackets.
House of Holland
You know a House of Holland collection will always be fun, and this one sure was. Metallics, leopard print, leather, lace, fringing, killer boots...oh and the awesome Cher and Debbie Harry dresses. Henry stated that the collection was a fusion of the 20's meets the 70's - however this concept was conceived it worked for me.
Peter Pilotto
Inspired by Pilotto's Austrian heritage, my eye's were drawn to the incredible ski map print on an oversized coat. Looking like a textured print at first glance, a closer look revealed true nature of this genius print. As always, colour was high on the agenda, as was patchwork lace and just above the ankle length dresses. I also liked the icy colours for A/W.
With a distinct maritime feel, Alice Temperley's show was awash with pirate collars, tattoo motifs and beautiful seafaring prints. Temperley knows how to make clothes to swoon over, using the most perfect colour palettes including soft lavender and loose feminine silhouettes. There is always an element of delicacy with a Temperley collection, whether it be lace ruffles or pretty embroideries and this season I adored the ribbon embroidery on a tiered ruffled dress. The tattoo prints were inspired by the inkings of Temperley's friends.
Taking a step back in time to the 30's and 40's - this collection was inspired by Hollywood starlets from the silver screen. This collection had a great balance between romance and darkness, with pretty floral prints and dramatic black velvet and high-neck lace dresses. Diamond shapes made for interesting patchworks. I predict this collection will be a red carpet favourite.
I will be posting my Milan Fashion Week Top 10 review next week...but to keep up to date with all the latest collections follow my 'Runway Favourites' board on Pinterest (details below) - I post catwalk collections daily.
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Friday, 26 February 2016

Brit Awards 2016 - Red Carpet

Who was your best dressed at the 2016 Brit Awards?...
1. Lana Del Rey - Monique Lhuillier
2. Karlie Kloss - Alexander McQueen
3. Rihanna - Armani Prive
4. Cheryl Fernandez Versini - Zuhair Murad
5. Adele - Giambattista Valli
6. Kylie Minogue - Dolce and Gabbana
7. Tali Lennox - Dolce and Gabbana
8. Tallia Storm - Balmain X H&M
9. Alexa Chung - Preen A/W16
My Best Dressed 
Karlie Kloss wearing McQueen - in a sea of underwhelming and rather predictable looks, I loved that Karlie opted for something a different. Teaming her lace and ruffled McQueen outfit with a pair of trainers, I loved this high fashion look with a laidback vide.
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Wednesday, 24 February 2016

Wishlist Wednesday

I've been doing some label lusting recently, so here is a quick little 'Wishlist Wednesday' featuring a mix of: fashion, beauty and interior products, which I am coveting at the moment. All items are available now, except the Matthew Williamson journal which launches in March!

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Monday, 22 February 2016

Inspiration: Roksanda PreFall 16

Season after season, Roksanda Ilincic's collections are like a colourful dream come true. For Pre Fall 16, Roksanda adopted a colour palette of: dark teal, mustard, terracotta and blush pink. These colours are the most perfect transitional colours for Fall, and beautifully reflect an Autumnal mood. The single flower heads spliced between the geometric shapes add a softer focus and tone down the harsh lines. Finding this whole collection so inspiring, I wanted to put together a moodboard inspired by the colour and print. These colours would also look gorgeous in an interior setting, creating a traditional and warming A/W feel.
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Saturday, 20 February 2016

New York Fashion Week - AW16 - Top 10

As always on my blog, I review each city during 'Fashion Month'. This is the busiest time of the year for both my blog and professionally, as I work for a luxury fashion brand. This season designers are showing their A/W16 collections, which means we usually see heavier fabrics, darker colours and splashes of metallic. New York fashion week wrapped up earlier this week and I have selected my Top 10 collections...
Proenza Schouler
A key feature of this collection was the lace fastenings - loosely tied on jackets, tops and dresses. Another recurring style was the rib knit dress. Seen in previous seasons, this time they came in five different colour options including red and yellow. Asymmetric silhouettes on jackets, patent coats and statement patchwork fur pieces completed the collection.
The Mulleavy sisters can do no wrong! Marking the 10th anniversary of the brand this season, the A/W16 collection further proved Rodarte's exceptional use of imagination, embellishment, texture and romance. Fur, leather, lace, ruffles and mesh were key features, and I particularly liked the inclusion of a loosely drawn floral print.
The oversized shearling outerwear from this collection would have been the ideal garment to wear in New York this past week, given the -15 degree temperature. The Indian inspired paisley prints and jacquards had a charming gypsy feel to them, paired with fringing detailing evoked this spirit even more. Handkerchief-hem dresses were the highlight of the collection for me, either embellished or printed and layered over turtleneck tops. It also had huge appeal that all my favourite colours were used: fuchsia, emerald, sapphire.
Known for her use of exciting textiles, this season Michelle Smith included a variety of interesting fabrics on an array of different silhouettes. Dresses came in a number of styles with; billowing skirts, spaghetti straps and off the shoulder looks . The bralet has become something of a Milly signature and this season they were layered over shirts and long-sleeved knitwear separates to great effect. The chosen colour palette for the season worked harmoniously together.
Victoria Beckham
Out of all of the NY shows, this collection was probably the one I would want to wear the most. Stripes, checks and houndstooth were the order of the day, featuring on  the majority of looks. The bustier was another key feature, seen on dresses, tops and knitwear. I also loved the pairing of the below the knee dresses with the pointed flat shoes, creating stylish yet practical daywear.
Prabal Gurung
The notion of undress was played with in this collection - sleeves falling off the shoulder and slashed hemlines with unfastened buttons. It added a subtle hint of allure to the collection. There was also a beautiful feather print, seen on a few dresses and even a fur coat. The soft tailoring and easy to wear silhouettes were offset against more structured leather dresses, chunky knitwear and huge fur coats.
You can always rely on Marchesa for a stunning display of red carpet worthy dresses - and this season was no different. A array of decadent gowns swept down the runway, with all kinds of wonderful embellishments. Organza florals, fringing, ruffles, ostrich feathers and metallic embroideries all in rich fall colours.
It goes without saying that Josep Font always brightens up the runway at NYFW with his bold architectural silhouettes and brave use of colour. Oversized sleeves, exaggerated shapes and origami detailing created a runway show full of 'Wow' looks. The bold styles were contrasted with easier to wear pleated skirts and a beautiful crisp white satin jumpsuit. The Delpozo aesthetic is now instantly recognisable.
Jonathan Simkhai
Architect Santiago Calatrava was listed as a source of inspiration for this collection. Simkhai's use of intricate lace is exquisite, pushing the boundaries of how we are used to seeing lace being used in fashion.  Silhouettes were long and lean, with the occasional use of fur being thrown into the mix for a contrasting effect. All looks were highly polished in crisp colours.
Tory Burch
There was a distinct equestrian feel to this collection, with an oversized horse print, jodhpurs, saddle bags and silk scarves. A beautiful mix of 'to be expected' fall colours and everyday silhouettes made for a collection that was super wearable. All garments will be easy to mix and match with other pieces already in your wardrobe, making them timeless classics which you can wear over and over again.
I will be posting my London Fashion Week review on Saturday 27th, so stay tuned for that. In the meantime, you can follow my 'Runway Favourites' board on my Pinterest page (details below) for an extensive look at all the A/W16 shows as and when they happen.
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Wednesday, 17 February 2016

Starman - The Bowie Effect

The ultimate music icon, David Bowie, sadly passed away in January. The world was shocked to learn of his passing and his haunting final album became even more prominent. His legacy as a musical pioneer and fashion icon will live on, and it is unlikely that anyone will ever follow his level of success again. Known for his ground-breaking music and  avant garde style, the Bowie effect on the world of fashion is nothing new. His bold sartorial choices and stage outfits have long been a source of inspiration for many a high profile designer. Jean Paul Gaultier has referenced Bowie on more than one occasion in his Couture collections, as have the sister design duo behind Rodarte. The one-sleeved catsuit, the metallic boots, the star motifs and the sequin stripes - these are all themes that have been explored on the runway. Drawing inspiration from both Bowie and the runway, here is how you can channel your inner Ziggy Stardust...
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Tuesday, 16 February 2016

Grammy Awards 2016 - Red Carpet

Last night the 58th Grammy Awards took place….here is a review of who wore what on the red carpet and my opinion of who was the best dressed at this event.
1. Ariana Grande - Romona Kevesa Spring 16
2. Lady Gaga - Marc Jacobs
3. Taylor Swift - Atelier Versace
4. Selena Gomez - Calvin Klein Collection
5. Kacey Musgraves - Armani Prive
6. Demi Lovato - Norisol Ferrari
7. Ellie Goulding - Stella McCartney
8. Lianne la Havas - Vivienne Westwood
9. Florence Welch - Gucci
10. Alessandra Ambrosio - Atelier Versace Spring 16 Couture

My Best Dressed:
1. Selena Gomez wearing Calvin Klein - It wouldn't be the Grammy's red carpet without some serious sparkle on the red carpet. This dress had it all: plunging neckline, cut-out panels and plenty of rich midnight blue metallic sequins. Overall this full look was exceptionally well put together and sophisticated.
2. Lady Gaga wearing Marc Jacobs - This dress is a seriously bold sartorial choice, but if anyone can pull this look off with ease it is Lady Gaga. The Grammy's red carpet can be a chance to make a strong statement and stand out from the crowd. This look definitely achieves this. At this event Lady Gaga paid tribute to David Bowie, so this look references his personal groundbreaking style.

Who was your best dressed?

Phillippa x

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Monday, 15 February 2016

BAFTA - Red Carpet Review

Last night the BAFTA's took place in London. I have put together a quick overview of who wore what on the red carpet...Who was your best dressed?
1. Bel Powley - Gucci / 2. Alicia Vikanda - Louis Vuitton
3. Cate Blanchett - Alexander McQueen / 4. Saoirse Ronan - Burberry
5. Annabelle Wallis - Oscar de la Renta / 6. Dakota Johnson - Dior
7. Dree Hemingway - Erdem / 8. Rooney Mara - Givenchy Haute Couture
My Best Dressed: Cate Blanchett and Saoirse Ronan. Cate's McQueen gown was incredible. Exquisite floral embroidery and ostrich feathers meant this gown had plenty of dramatic effect. I also loved the custom Burberry dress worn by Saoirse Ronan. At a glance the embellishment looks silver, but on closer inspection it is actually thousands of multi-coloured beads which make the firework applique detail.
Phillippa x
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Saturday, 13 February 2016

New Music Playlist

It has been a few months since I posted my last playlist, so here are a few of the songs I am currently listening to...
Coldplay - Hymn For The Weekend ft Beyonce
I got the latest Coldplay album at Christmas and have been listening to it ever since. This latest single features Beyonce and was filmed in India. A song that sticks in your mind all day.
Pj Harvey - The Wheel
A really energetic track, can't wait to listen to the full album.
Steve Mason - Planet Sizes
Another 6Music discovery
Blossoms - At Most A Kiss
Definitely one to watch in 2016...
Taylor Swift - Out Of The Woods
Ok so I know Taylor's 1989 album came out in late 2014, but I really have had it on repeat ever since. Out Of The Woods is the latest track she has released as a single and I love the video.
Ellie Goulding - Army
I am really getting back in Ellie's music as of late, this song in particular is really beautiful.
Sia - Big Girls Cry
When I went to New York in November, I was listening to Sia's album  on the plane. This song will forever remind of NYC...and broken aeroplane seats!
Sigala - Sweet Lovin'
A great track for a workout playlist.
WHITE - Living Fiction
Another discovery courtesy of 6Music
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Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Fashion Inspiration: Valentines Day

Love Is In The Air. Valentines Day is just 4 days away, which means it is time to wear your heart on your sleeve...literally. Date or no date, who needs an excuse to wear cute hearts anyway?  Add a little romantic heart motif into your outfit and get on board with this look. Everything I have selected in this edit will look suitably stylish for Valentines Day itself, but will look equally gorgeous at other times of the year as well. Keeping the look simple, opt for classic red, or black. Whether it be print or embroidery, there are many subtle ways you can wear a heart or go all out like Christopher Kane and make a bold statement. Here is the best the luxury market has to offer.
1. Miu Miu £690 / 2. Christopher Kane £345 / 3. Alice and Olivia £560
4. Victoria Beckham £695 / 5. Charlotte Olympia £890 / 6. Burberry £395
7. Chinti and Parker £360 / 8. Christopher Kane £2845 / 9. McQ £100 
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Monday, 8 February 2016

Pre Fall 16 - Highlights Part 3

The final part of my Pre Fall 16 review (trend reports will follow over the next few weeks)...
Christian Dior
Proportion, Lace, Leather, Layering, Classic, Animal Print, Brown Hues
Roberto Cavalli
Mixed Prints, Folk, Fur, Texture, Rich Colours, Floor Length, Evening Wear
Decadent, Embellishment, Ruffles, Night-time Glamour, Rococo, Corsets, Jacquards, Fringing
Alexis Mabille
Folk, Sarasa Prints, Pajama Pants, Nautical Trims, Chambray, Daywear, Silk
Alberta Ferretti
Ombre Silk, Fur, Animal Prints, Patchwork, Fall Colours, Over The Knee Boots
Andrew Gn
Vibrant Colour, Voluminous Sleeves, Brocade, Decorative Motifs, Red Carpet Ready
Nicole Miller
Kaleidoscopic Prints, Engineered Plaids, Camo, Floral Collage, Summer of Love Inspired
Prabal Gurung
Knitwear, Sheer Detailing, Chantilly Lace, Colour Blocking, Floral Print
Monique Lhuillier
Jacquard, Patchwork Florals, Delicate Bird Print, Embellished Dresses, Fresh Colours
Isabel Marant
'Must-Own' Boots, Loose Silhouettes, High-Neckline, Subtle Geo Print, Midi Length
For a more in-depth look at all the Pre Fall 16 collections, follow my 'Fashion Lookbooks' board over on my Pinterest(details below)

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Saturday, 6 February 2016

Outfit of The Month - Florals for February

Time to bring your wardrobe into the beginning of Spring and inject some colour into your outfit. Little hints of buttercup yellow will add some much needed freshness into you outfit after months of wearing grey and black. I adore this embroidered Resort 16 sweater from Mary Katrantzou, the lapis blue  is the perfect ground colour to make the florals really pop! It will make a great addition to your wardrobe and can be styled in several ways. This bag from Stella McCartney is a classic 'bucket' style, brought up to date and more on trend with floral details. A tweed skirt with added embroidered details adds a playful element to the outfit, whilst the coat and boots remain timeless and can be easily mixed and matched with other pieces in your wardrobe.
1. Coat - Studio Nicholson £675
2. Sweater - Mary Katrantzou £595
 3. Bag - Stella McCartney £635
4. Skirt - Stella McCartney £655
 5. Boots - Saint Laurent £675

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Wednesday, 3 February 2016

SS16 Print Trend - Silhouette Floral

For Spring/Summer 16, we saw several large over-sized silhouette floral prints on the runway in New York. Opting for a monochromatic colour palette, these prints make a really bold statement without being over complicated or too colourful. If you don't like twee florals, then this style of floral print offers a stark contrast. The florals can take on two different forms - flower heads or stems. I particularly like the concept of the florals layered over a grid, offering a more dynamic look. Key Designers: Sachin & Babi, Kempner, Suno and Mario Dice
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Monday, 1 February 2016

Pre Fall 16 - Highlights Part 2

Part 2 of my Pre Fall 16 review series...
Silk Camisole, Lace, Shocking Pink, Embroidered Pansies, Monogram, Confidence 
Balloon Sleeves, Loose Geo's, Pastel Pops, Delicate Embroideries, Fresh
Fall Romance, Floral, Rich Colours, Grandeur, Floor-Sweeping Gowns, Print
Colour Clash, Intarsia Geo, Knitwear, Tibet, Bold Stripes, Fringing, Daywear
Sporty, Leather, Oversized, Fantasy, Experimental, Mixed Fabrics, Shoulders
Tory Burch
Signature Fall Colours, Palm Prints, 70's, Colour Block, Lace, Leather, Pleats
Fur, Asian Influence, Shibori, Bathrobe Style Coats, Warm Fall Tones
Red Valentino
Folk, Ditsy Florals, Playful Geo's, 70's Silhouette, Retro, Suede, Girly
Jonathan Simkhai
Ruffles, Knitwear, Feminine, Cool, Subtle, Delicate, Fabric Manipulation
Modern Daywear, Structured, Sculptural, Grommets, Short Hemlines, Edgy

Part 3 coming next week...

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