During New York Fashion week I spotted Giovanna Battaglia’s shoes and they looked like you could walk in them all day long! I finally found them on Moda Operandi they are from Sergio Rossi’s Spring/Summer 2013 collection. You can purchase them at Moda Operandi for a downpayment of $388 and when they arrive next season you pay the difference of $387 for a total of $775 but doesn’t hit the bank as hard.
Photo from TEAM PETER STIGTER – Anna Della Russo and Giovanna Battaglia at NYFW.
Images from Moda Operandi.
I’m so in love with every piece from Gianfranco Ferre’s Spring/Summer 2013 collection. The architecture of each piece is stunning. Really amazing pieces that you can wear forever, it might be good enough for a come back.
Above images from Style.com
I’m obsessed with the back of this outfit and how it’s so simple with the one strap going across the body.
Image from Nowfashion.com
I love the way the girl’s pants look from Jak and Jil and was inspired to do a little do it yourself project on Friday night. I’m not sure who makes the pants but the shoes are Celine.
Started out with my Zara athletic pants, prosecco, and my weakness lays Stax.
This is what the pants looked like originally paired with my Alexander Wang Toni Stiletto Clogs.
After a drinking the prosecco, eating half the chips, and a little alteration, this is the final result. Oh yes, Hopper likes to pose for the camera too or just telling us he needs to go on a walk.
Maybe they look better with these Zara heels I bought for my cousin’s wedding and can’t walk in.
Love the way the bottom of the pants lay and the heels in this Acne ss 2013 look.
Image from Style by Kling.
Flyknit Collective in collaboration with architectural designer Jenny Sabin entitled myThread Pavillion curated by Neville Wakefield. This beautiful structure was inspired by the core ethos of the Nike Flyknit shoe – performance, lightness, formfitting and sustainability. Jenny worked over the past 4 months to gather data and information through a series of workshops to find inspiration in her final project that was inspired by the cross section of the body and performance. Currently on exhibit at the Nike Bowery Stadium store through November.
Press release and pictures from Nike.
Sep 8th, 2012 by Jessica Park
WHO: MM6 MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA
Garments for ? Another vision of Maison Martin Margiela’s take on femininity. A youthful and contemporary line in which prints, soft volumes and ease play key roles. These garments draw their inspiration from, and lend themselves to the more casual moments of life, often with a humoristic twist.
MM6 Maison Martin Margiela is comprised of garments, shoes and accessories.
WHAT: In celebration of the opening of the world’s first-ever Brick et Mortar store in NYC, MM6 MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA invites you to preview the line’s Spring Summer 2013 Collection.
WHERE: 220 West 19th Street (Between 7th & 8th Ave.) Floor 9 New York, NY 10011
WHEN: Saturday, September 8, 2012
1:00 PM – 5:00 PM