It’s no secret that I like to borrow from the boys, and who better to borrow from than Mr. Haider Ackermann himself? His menswear collection is filled with styling tricks that are easy to adopt by men and women alike. Cinched in low-waists feel new- an update to the Emanuelle Alt uniform perhaps? Ackermann is the master of layering and this season, my favorite comes in the form of long-line blazer + tunic + cropped trousers. I especially love the ballet flats that are reminiscent of the MNZ Robertas.
Working in an industry where suits are almost never necessary, I still appreciate a fresh take on the classic uniform. I recently came across this Styleby editorial and was attracted to the oversized proportions. The new suit silhouettes deconstruct the common idea of matching separates. In this editorial, blazers are replaced with wrap tops, long jackets over long pants feel fresh and oversized shirt cuffs make for an easy update we can adopt in our non-suit wearing lives.
While perusing instagram last night, I came across some major 1970’s hair inspiration. The lovely and beautiful Caroline Ventura (of minimal jewelry collection brvtvs) wakes up from her naps looking this chic. While this look has a 1970’s vibe, it also feels fresh. Perfectly undone is how I like my hair. This has become my new hair goal, naps included.
My new source of editorial inspiration comes from Punkt Magazine, a Milan based publication with a minimal yet rebellious approach to fashion and the arts. I pulled some of my favorite images from their most recent editorials. The images feel fresh, artistic and inspiring. I also love the androgynous mood in most of their work, it is refreshing.