After the 49ers lost yesterday in the Superbowl, I needed to gear my focus onto something fancy and colorful – just to shake off the disappointment I felt after watching the game. Although Kansas City Chiefs did kick **s – so the win was well deserved. But let’s move past that and talk about these amazing Caroline Herrera, who happens to be one of my favorite designers – Spring 2020 collection On another note, what did you think about Brad Pitt’s BAFTA acceptance speech? If you did watch the Superbowl – which commercial did you like the most or the least? My favorite was Jason Memoa’s And as I called it, the little girl singing alongside Jennifer Lopez was non other than her daughter Emme – who has everyone buzzing about her performance at the half-time show with her mum.
I’ve been too focused on travel these past few weeks, but only because it is that season and I am having withdrawals. Since this year, everyone I normally visit has decided to visit me in San Francisco during the worst of seasons – FOG, and more FOG and cold and no visibility, just white with much sprinkles. 🙂 So fashion came to be the topic today because, I happen to love Parisian style, and Italian ones and the idea of creativity in terms of design.
Embelish this weary soul of mine Zac Posen – in your Resort 2020 Collection…
Some fashion looks are to be admired for the swirls of color and flow
Beautiful fashion by the assumed designer of choice – Ralph and Russo – for Meghan Markle’s wedding gown or the one to be worn at reception – all the below ensembles from the Fall/Winter 2018 collection to admire this royal wedding week:
Just in case you are not familiar with the Met Gala – here’s the background. And if you are familiar with the event, you are aware that this year’s theme was “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.” So in light of the topic, I have included some of my favorite theme fashion at this year’s event.
Embellishments for the Jenny Packham Resort 2018 collection.
A certain alluring daintiness I hadn’t seen in a long time in fashion:
I know it’s only January, but the wedding season is in full bloom – with blushing brides already busy planning their dream weddings. Which by the way, if you haven’t got the dress for a summer wedding, you are too late (goes the saying). If, however, you are planning your nuptials for Fall, here are some unique suggestions to consider. For the rest please go here: