Tuesday, 14 December 2010
The British have landed - thank goodness. This woman has the most beautiful subtle designs. She knows about art, structure, fashion, and design. I think her Fine Art degree has set her up to look in her own way to have her own view without copying the trends, yet remaining contemporary and original. She uses luxury fabrics which suit the structure of the clothes, effortless but make you feel good. People say she creates an androgynous look but I think it's a wearable yet feminine and sexy without the overstatement of the Barbie tag (see how nice the models look). She should be even more renown for her work but I love her quintessential englishness. If Isabel Murant designs with the french in mind Howell reflects on her english roots. I'd love to wear her clothes because they would NOT restrict my way of life.
Friday, 10 December 2010
Where to look for Christmas dresses? Obviously depends on your income, spending allowance or compulsion. I did notice average prices and with some originality and quality yet remaining contemporary in Zara. I didn't see this dress in the shop, I saw it on line, but I think the tulip shape is interesting and it looks amazing on the model - (this picture might be a fridge sticker over Christmas - I don't think father Christmas will get me this look at least I'll make some attempt) . It's red, its, short, its pretty and its Christmas!!
I think the red lipsticks reflecting the dress helps to make the whole image look incredible. What do you think. Please feel free to leave a message.