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Over the weekend, Mr Christian Louboutin was in town and had a cocktail party at the boutique in Ngee Ann City, as well as at Potato Head Folk along Keong Saik Road.
It was a well-attended affair, with many guests in Louboutin’s designs, hoping to get his signature (which he politely declined).
First off, let’s admire some of the shoes in store.
I’m sorry, H&M. But the first picture I saw of this collaboration collection was the debut outfit donned by Rihanna.
Alexander Wang x H&M Crop Top (S$79.90) and Alexander Wang x H&M leggings (S$99.90) – Wait a minute, does the price really matter??
*Gulp* Perhaps I have truly not much fashion marbles left, I really thought this get-up looked hideous!
Fortunately though, the campaign images of this collaboration did not disappoint – I mean really – the upcoming Alexander Wang x H&M collection indeed appeared fresh and exciting in the released campaign shots!
If you were to ask me which is my denim du jour, I would not hesitate to introduce you to Uniqlo.
Indeed, there are many cult jeans labels out there. But in my opinion, many of them could not hug the Asian curves as well as Uniqlo Jeans (UJ). I often run into problems with European/US cut which hangs too loosely at the waist, but fit just right at the hips. With UJ, this issue is non-existent.
This Fall/Winter, the Japanese retailer had a refresher on their denim offerings, including some new styles for the season. And I thought it’s apt for me to introduce to all of you my “go-to” denim brand again.
I’m not sure if you have noticed, but one signature bag trend this Fall/Winter is the quirky designs inspired by food packaging. After all, who would be able to forget the loud statement Jeremy Scott made for Moschino earlier this year?
Recently, whilst doing my online window shopping, I stumbled upon the Kate Spade Hello Shanghai Takeout Bag, which essentially is a purse that takes the shape of the Chinese take-out boxes.
In conjunction with the launch of Vara and Varina Made-To-Order programme in Singapore – yes, you can now dictate the colours and material you desire for your Ferragamo pumps – Salvatore Ferragamo had a travelling shoemaking demonstration at their boutiques here last week.
I had the opportunity to find out more about the shoemaking process and observe the expert craftsman at work. It was a humbling experience and I wanted to go home and hug my Ferragamo shoes because I now understand the efforts put into manufacturing each and every pair of shoes by the design house.
The craftsman hails from Florence and has 50 years of shoe-making experience.
The first collection under Stuart Vevers, the new creative director of Coach, was finally launched here last week. Remember my previous post on the new IT-bag from Coach, the Rhyder? Now, you can see the photos in real life, as well as the new style direction of the American label under the helm of Mr Vevers, who hails from the UK and was formally from Loewe.
The Rhyder 24 bag in black – this is a really adorable tiny tote for daily essentials, priced at S$700.
Congratulations! You have just started your professional career. It’s a lot to grapple with – you are now building new stage of life, getting immersed in a new environment with new people.
And this is also the beginning of a new wardrobe.
The professional wardrobe, you see, is almost a whole new module/subject/language/science all together. Dressing like an adult ain’t easy, and it could be quite an expensive project. One thing for sure, it’s time to retire your usual blogshop favorites of skirts with short hemline cutting to mid thigh or crop top that barely keep your belly button covered.
Do you think the above is office appropriate? (Image credit: Pinterest)