It’s STILL raining so I thought I would make this post weather relevant.
RAINS is a Danish rainwear company founded in 2012. It has made the traditional rubber raincoat much cooler offering a full line of waterproof outerwear, bags and accessories to the fashion conscious consumers who are not lucky enough to live in LA.
I have just ordered the baby blue number below…unfortunately it’s perfect for London life!
Inspired by both Scandinavian weather and design heritage, RAINS merge traditional methods with innovative techniques to create understated and considered rainwear made to last beyond the season.
Check them out www.rains.dk
Date night complete with:
I am obsessed with my new find – ROUGUES – an off beat, feminine, quirky brogues brand. They will add edge to a girly summer dress or brighten up faded jeans and a tank top.
See the collection – http://www.roguesshoes.com
I spent Sunday wondering around Brick Lane market and the quirky streets of Shoreditch. I was after some salt beef from Beigel but the queue was far too long so settled for an organic brunch at Trade (http://www.trade-made.co.uk) which turned out not be settling at all – the food was delicious.
My outfit for the day…Burberry silk trench and red shoulder bag, Zara jeans, my mother’s beanie and shabby converse
@ Shoreditch, London
“Hey, I put some new shoes on and suddenly everything’s right.”
I love my classic carina espadrilles from Castaner- they are made from cotton and are incredibly comfortable. It’s great to have access to Spanish and Italian brands previously not available in London from Farfetch.
Find them on:
Last night I went to the Savage Beauty exhibition featuring Alexander McQueen’s most striking and pioneering designs at the V&A Museum.
The McQueen journey is truly extraordinary and will have surprises even for those familiar with his work. Each collection reflects his interpretation of polemic themes from centuries ago up and until today. England & Scotland, East & West, Nature & Humanity. His collections appear to get darker over time and reflect his genius as well as his tortured soul.
Materials he used include crocodile heads, impala horns, armadillo skin, an abundance of metals and a beautiful sea of chiffon and feathers.
Some sneaky photos I managed to take…
@ The Victoria & Albert Museum, South Kensington, London