2 decades

We see: Natasha Poly by Karl Lagerfeld

Numero Magazine strikes again with a beautiful photoshoot of model Natasha Poly by Karl Lagerfeld. Lagerfeld captures her in the seasons best by the best. She's seen here in Chanel, Jean Paul-Gaultier and Dior.

source | Carla-A @ tfs

We see: Sasha Pivovarova

Sasha Pivovarova by Mario Sorrenti


We see: Daria Werbowy by Terry Richardson

We love this glitz & glamour photo shoot featuring Canada's Daria Werbowy. Photographed by the very best, Terry Richardson, she looks (if possible) even more stunning that usual.
Photos from Fashion Gone Rogue

We see: September Issues

We've been away from the blog for a few days (enjoying the sunshine!) but upon our return there's no shortage of excellence. All of the September issues of magazines are being published and there are beautiful photoshoots galore. Here are some of our favourite shots we've stumbled across.

Constance Jablonski by Greg Kadel for Vogue Germany:
Juliana Iman by Yurenev & McNiel for Harper's Bazaar Espanol:
Tao Okamoto by Solve Sundsbo for Vogue China:
Elle Czech:Karlie Kloss by Peter Lindbergh for Vogue US:
Vogue Germany:
All photos from Le Fashion and Fashion Gone Rogue


We love: Chanel Accessories FW10 preview

Here's a preview of the new Chanel Karl Cabas bag from their FW2010 collection. Tote bag and the classic flap bag all-in-one?
photo from Chanel


We consider: fur

As fall approaches more and more designers are showing off their best furs. Couture houses such as Dior and Paul&Joe are putting in their best (and beautiful) efforts to showcase them, seeing as they seem to be the centerpiece of the collection. But how do we feel about the "mainstreaming" of furs? The once en vogue jackets were happily waved goodbye by many, and their return is causing a lot of stir. Designers are risking some popularity by showing off their ultimate luxe jackets, but is it worth it for the beauty of it all?
Sara Blomqvist
September Vogue UK
After much debate last year, I caved, and purchased a beautiful rabbit fur coat second hand at the Patch in Victoria. In my mind, if the coat has been cherished by someone for many years prior to my owning it, it can't hurt to buy it out of grandma's closet. Can it?

I think some would agree, and some would disagree. Overall, I definitely receive mixed reviews from people when I wear it.