Sunday, 17 May 2015


As I did mention in a "recent" post, I've developed a love for fashion (or passion for fashion if you want to get rhyming). And, with the help of my oh so inspirational friend, Pinterest, I've found so many beautiful pieces by designers, which I've neatly collated into a Pinterest board HERE. And here I'm going to show you a few of my favourite designers and pieces! 

The Ostwald Helgason collection is made using the best French and Italian fabrics to create contemporary, art inspired clothing focusing on unexpected details and the subversive use of colour and pattern – a strong signature look.
I am in love with that bright orange with collar details although that synthetic material isn't the most flattering to wear. The matching set also adds something special to the outfit.

In this piece, the detailed collar makes it for me as well as the asymmetric jumper.

Samantha Pleet
New York based Samantha Pleet designs dream clothes and shoes, and is known for her signature twisted tailoring and ethereal prints. The Pratt Institute alumn along with Patrick Pleet who studied architecture at UPenn, have established a cult following with everyday dreamers and todays icons. The elegant, otherworldly collections have the unique purpose of making ladies look hot their way.
Samantha Pleet has to be my favourite designer. Her dreamy patterns with cute, quirky twists leave me in awe and a lust for every piece. Many, many of her clothes, I would see myself wearing.

Fyodor golan
Through expressive dialogue FYODOR GOLAN look for purity in shape and integrity of texture. Manipulating materials through new technology brings to life distinctive textiles and 3D embroideries.
FYODOR GOLAN collections encompass a wardrobe for today’s global modern & iconic women; seductive, fragile and fearless.
Love this almost iridescent, mermaid like underlayer. 

This SS14 happy go lucky piece with high-waisted cullotes and smiley bandeau top is so my thing.

Delpozo is a luxury prêt-à-couture fashion brand based in Madrid under the creative direction of Josep Font.
What stuck out to me on this outfit was the sheer orange shirt. As you may know if you read my last fashion post, sheer is "in" this season and it's such a delicate material. Also, I love the mix of bright orange and earthy green, with a detailed jacket.

Yellow+Turtleneck=fashion goals.

Kirsty Ward
Kirsty Ward’s aesthetic celebrates bold cuts, defined structures and powerful embellishment.

Trager Delaney

I feel like this has been a bit of a choppy post but, look on the bright side ey, I posted...finally. Sorry! Hopefully you got some fashion inspiration? Or something, I don't know. If you liked this post and the designers, you can find more on my Pinterest here and here!