my fave looks straight off the runway! these are some of my highlights from my favourite shows that will for sure be inspiring my AW17 wardrobe…


Keren Craig and Georgina Chapman the cofounders and creative directors of Marchesa did the unthinkable – introduced the flower crown to winter. Marchesa will always be flawless in my eyes and whilst this season isn’t the best that they have produced, I’m still in love with 99% of it. I live for Marchesa on a red carpet and pray pray pray to see a couple of these numbers at The Oscars!
Photo Credit: Umberto Fratini / Indigital.tv



One big YASS queen to all of this! Obsessed with all the coloured tights, pattern texture and fabric clashing and OF COURSE those space buns. Makeup also on fleek with coloured eyeshadow which is so smoothly pulled of.
Photos: Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv



Kanye really simplified things with his Yeezy Season 5 collection, in terms of production and collection. What attracted many fashionistas to his previous collections was the lack of branding or logos used. This time, the familiar adidas logo and stripes are aired for the whole world to see. A personal favourite for me is the burgundy leather boots with the oversized velour hoody. The show itself was initially aired on a screen giving 360 view of all the models looks. The models then took to the runway for a final loop to show the clothes in real life. One of the highlights of the show was model Halima Aden wearing a hijab and full throttle fur coat. A first for fashion week and an excellent movement. Photos: Courtesy of Yeezy



Photo credit: Luca Tombolini / Indigital.tv

Another Red Carpet coveted by stars all along Award Season. This time, Naeem Khan tried to incorporate a more street style feel to his collection.I don’t think this worked as well as his usual style as the middle section of the collection was nothing to write home about! However the show stopping ending prevailed. Another highlight for me was the floral thigh high boot with matching coat!



Photo credit: Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv

Phillip Plein took to centre stage to announce to his audience

“I’m just a dream chaser. I believe in my dreams until they come true,”

The show was as outlandish and outspoken as stylised sport winter wear can be. The coats were oversized and over shined, the trainers were worn up to the thigh and OF COURSE the runway featured #hotfelon Jeromy Meeks.



Brandon Maxwell spoke of this collection by saying “I had reached what felt like the lowest point in my life. In that dark moment, I turned on my music, and I worked through my pain in the only way I know how, by creating,” This collection sure takes on his own woes as he delves into dark colours with leather and fur galore. The all black looks with oversized shoulders, arms and sleeves speak to me! I personally really resonate with this collection and the dress that Bella closed in is a real treat.

Photo credit: Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv



photo credit: Monica Feudi

“To me, the less complicated, the more modern. Sometimes, when things are too complicated, they belong in the circus!” These are the words spoken by Carolina Herrera in relation to her AW17 collection. Everything is so beautifully tailored to achieve optimum stylised simplicity. From day to night, there are looks to suit all. If I don’t see the mesh grey dress modelled by Sophia Friesen at the Oscars I’ll be very surprised!



Photo credit: Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv

Thrilled to see more puffa jackets crossing over into the AW17 season. I really enjoy the cut off sleeve style paired with the victorian style sleeve worn underneath. The carefully tailored pants are another highlight of the show, proving that feminine doesn’t have to come in the form of a skirt.



photos courtesy of: Indigital.tv

The Oscar De La Renta show suffered several technical difficulties, yet the co-creative directors Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia still managed to pull of a remarkable show. Highlights for me are the colour blocked looks in particular the high neck jumpers with all matching accessories.



Adam Selman first came to my attention during Bad Gal Riris BBHMM music vid. She wore the perfect graphic tee & I knew it musta come from somewhere special, and just like that my love for all things Selman evolved. This collection is heavily inspired by his new fave book American Denim where he explores all sorta 70s denim crossed a few of his fave John Waters characters! (bae!!!!) also featuring is his collaboration with Le Specs where you can find an array of incred cat eye sunnies

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Photos: Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv




Photos: Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv

One of the most anticipated collections to debut at NYFW this season. Belgium born Raf Simons takes on this all American brand and delivers an outsiders take on current state and old state America. Heavily influenced by 19th century USA which features quilted patterns, cowboy boots & double denim.



photo credit: luca tombolini

Chromats Becca McCharen-Tran holds no boundaries when it comes to casting and takes on a huge range of body types and looks for her models. I LOVE the different swimwear with the boots and the primary colours with a bold blue eye!



Its not secret that usually I’m no Jeremy Scott fan. This time around everything has changed. I love the stylised tack that runs through this collection. From Jesus to Elvis, from leopard to stripes,  I need it all. Photo: Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv



Photos: Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv

Much like Raf Simons, Wang took a trip down the western lane and delivered some delicious denim detailing. The studded black boots are a personal FAVE of mine, as are the leather pants worn by Kendall. The all black collection was a breath of fresh air into the crumbling location of the RKO Hamilton Theatre where the show took place



Photos: Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv

Jonathan Simkhai took inspiration from Spanish former regals for this collection. From Spanish Queens to Spanish architecture, this collection stuns entirely. With hints towards matadors, and crisp cream looks, not one look is ever the same. Despite it’s European inspirations, Simkai made quite the statement by leaving Feminist AF tees on each seat. He also left a note detailing how $5 from each ticket sale would go towards Planned Parenthood. _sim0058_sim0068_sim0084_sim0109_sim0153_sim0164_sim0178_sim0202_sim0216_sim0227_sim0241_sim0268_sim0281_sim0307_sim0334_sim0387_sim0415_sim0433_sim0444_sim0459_sim0473_sim0487


images courtesy of The Row

Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen debut their most simplistic collection to date. With a pallet  of black, white and beige, the colours are matched in minimalism with their cuts and accessories. I really enjoy the leather belts over the fur and denim trenches. I think that this will be a huge trend this Autumn. Especially when teamed with the matching leather boots. 14-the-row-fall-womens-201720-the-row-fall-womens-201712-the-row-fall-womens-201708-the-row-fall-womens-201701-the-row-fall-womens-201716-the-row-fall-womens-2017

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