Friday, September 30, 2011
Posted by chelsi at 11:19 AM Labels: audrey hepburn, fashion week, lg fashion week, personal, premier life.ca, ramona keveza
Le sigh. I was all too happy to sit front row with the likes of project runway winner Evan Bidell, Mis Style and Jay strut. I'm snap happy.
The neutral and pastel palette was right on trend with fashion week this spring. Colour is out. Unless of course it's red; Keveza's neutral lace and pastel blue confections were punctuated by the odd red dress for kick; cus you know that show goers love a bit of drama. The best part were the details, like the line of crystal buttons down the back of one wedding dress; like a glamorized Miss Mary Mack. Or the subtly pink mermaid trail wedding gown covered in cut outs of tiny flowers from bodice to hem. In closing, Kevez'as S/S 2011 show gets four sigh of longing out of five. I wonder how many brides are looking at a turquoise gown for the trendiest of weddings this season?
article x chels mittzi
Thursday, September 29, 2011
Posted by chelsi at 9:31 PM
sum·mer1 [suhm-er] noun 1. the season between spring and autumn, in the Northern Hemisphere from the summer solstice to the autumnal equinox, and in the Southern Hemisphere from the winter solstice to the vernal equinox
i think i'm just built for warm weather, i jumped at the opportunity to wear my summer linens and cut up jorts one last time before packing them to the back of my closet.
& fun fact of the day, these shoes make me 6'3"
shoes: sam edelman zoe's
lawn button up shirt: american apparel
cut off jeans shorts: salvation army DIY
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
a period of seven successive days, usually understood as beginning with Sunday and ending with Saturday.
a period of seven successive days that begins with or includes an indicated day: the week of June 3; Christmas week.
backstage with models Sierra (far right) and company @ LG fashion week
The street style for fashion week is unparalleled. Everyone was in towering heels and stop-you-in-your-tracks pieces that they probably wouldn’t wear on the streets if it were just a regular Wednesday. Some of my favourites were the fierce Jay Strut, fashion blogger and party goer extraordinaire. Numi, an adorable fashion student from Ryerson U and I bumped into the gorgeous (and tall!) Canadian supermodel Coco Rocha and her husband backstage. Fashion week is an amazing experience inside and out from backstage to the runways, getting to see it from all sides was a fantastic experience.