Kim Kardashian And North West!

Monday, February 05, 2018


Hey Loves! 🌹 
Sharing another ootd featuring my Kim Kardashian and North West tee for Interview Magazine's September cover, while wearing a Celine - esque blazer I thrifted, along with this beautiful silk skirt. 


Red is Red is Red

Saturday, January 13, 2018

Red is my new go to color for when I want to brighten up a look. I am currently hooked on my red faux leather beret from forever 21, I'm literally never taking it off idc. 

See my top picks below:

Not Jacquemus

Wednesday, December 06, 2017

No, unfortunately I am not wearing Jacquemus but..
I am obsessed, obsessssed with that classic French girl style that Jacquemus embodies. His latest collection "La Bomba" was such an ode to the South of France and it had me wanting to catch a one way ticket there! From the cuts / silhouettes, color palette, details, down to the accessories, it was all so perfect! 

Check out his new collection here

See some of my favorites below:


A Legend : Azzedine Alaïa

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Azzedine Alaïa

On November 18, 2017 the fashion world had lost an icon, a legend, a true couturier, Azzedine Alaïa.
Best known for his form fitting dresses, Alaïa was a "sculptor of the female form," the "king of cling," a master of his craft. Everything he created was a true work of art and was and will always be widely appreciated by many women. Alaïa made his own rules, created his own system and did things on his own terms, rarely ever following the fashion calendar, he would reveal his designs when he saw fit. 
"The present fashion system is too hard - there are too many collections. The designers have no time to think! Money is too important. Schedules are too crazy. | A human being is not a machine. Especially when it comes to creating." - Azzedine Alaïa

Azzedine Alaïa

In July of 2017, Azzedine Alaïa showed his first couture show in six years, of course miss Naomi opened and closed the show. Their friendship is unmatched, the love they have for each other goes so far beyond anything. Naomi often talks about the positive impact "Papa" has had on her life and modeling career. She once stated that he was the one that convinced her to do runway, something she doubted heavily at the time. 

"He has been so important to me throughout my life and supported me from a very young age. He gave me confidence as a young woman and I wouldn’t be where I am if it weren’t for him." — Naomi Campbell

Azzedine Alaïa

"All women should get to wear Alaïa, because it does something to you, I don't know what, but it just does, and everyone in a different way." - Naomi

This is a remembrance of Alaia, a man who rejected the status quo and impacted the world of design.

The Margiela Tabi Boot

Monday, November 20, 2017

Margiela Tabi Boot
Margiela Tabi Boot


Margiela Tabi Boot
Margiela Tabi Boot

[ The Tabi is of Japanese origin, and is usually an ankle sock with a split in between the toes 
made to be worn easily with the Geta or Japanese wooden block shoes. ] 
This very unique piece of footwear has become my latest obsession and I kind of fell through the Margiela Tabi boot rabbit hole of research. Presented to public eye at his very first show in 1989,  Margiela's interperation of the Japanese tabi sock would not go unnoticed.. Before hitting the runway every model would cover their soles with red paint and walk across a white colored runway, leaving behind one of the most iconic footprints from one of the most iconic shoes of all time. In the beginning of his career the Margiela house budget was zilch, nothing. So new forms of shoes were not an option, his collections had to recycle, reuse, and renew the tabi boot style but luckily enough for the brand the tabi took off in an unexpected way. This boot was a hot ticket and in popular demand, it has been going strong with the brand for over 28 years now. 

See what's on the market now: 

Fulfill all your Tabi boot info needs here:

Youtube videos 1 & 2

 Photos taken from Totokaelo and Tumblr