There was a time when tie-dyed garments were geared toward the hippie, not the hipster, but how times have changed. As of late, tie-dyed garments have made their way into the closet of many a fashionista. With labels like: Raquel Allegra, Red Valentino, TopShop, Current Elliot and Elizabeth & James, just to name a few, introducing chic collections featuring this retro pattern, it is certainly no surprise. Summertime and tie-dye go hand in hand, so what are you waiting for? Hit up your local resale shop or start fresh with a piece or two from the many designers offering up this reworked trend.
I’ve been quite the inconsistent blogger over the course of the last week, work is the reason, so I thought it’s be fun to take you along. Catalina Island was the destination for the most recent shoot, and despite the … Continue reading
Dazed and Confused June 2012 takes a look back at two decades of Japanese designer, Issey Miyake’s, Pleats Please label launched in 1993. The garments included in the Pleats Please label are made of high-quality polyester fabric, and what makes these pieces so unique, are the intricate accordion pleats which are pliable on the body. In August, Taschen is set to publish a 512 page volume titled Pleats Please~Issey Miyake, in celebration of 20 years of the label.
Model: Karolina Waz/ Photography: Alex Sainsbury/ Styling: Robbie Spencer
I am so very grateful for all the support, love and encouragement I’ve received since launching this blog just a little over one month ago. I decided I’d do a giveaway once I reached 50 followers, however, I was pleasantly … Continue reading