Friday Fierceness!

“Let’s Dance”- Vogue Germany January 2017

On her- Jacket, Shirt, Tie, Skirt: Chanel, Stockings: Fogal, Shoes: Mary Katrantzou X Gianvito Rossi, Jewelry: Vintage Love. On him- Jacket, trousers: Chanel, Shirt: Brioni, Tie: Lanvin, Shoes: Givenchy, Jewelry: Vintage Love.  Image VOGUE GERMANY/GIAMPAOLO SGURA

On her- Jacket, Shirt, Tie, Skirt: Chanel, Stockings: Fogal, Shoes: Mary Katrantzou X Gianvito Rossi, Jewelry: Vintage Love. On him- Jacket, trousers: Chanel, Shirt: Brioni, Tie: Lanvin, Shoes: Givenchy, Jewelry: Vintage Love. Image VOGUE GERMANY/GIAMPAOLO SGURA

Models: Cameron Russell & Jon Kortajarena
Photographer: Giampaolo Sgura
Stylist: Christiane Arp
Makeup: Jessica Nedza
Hair: Franco Gobbi

Friday Fierceness!

“Bold Choices”- The Edit by Net-a-Porter, December 1, 2016

Top, trousers (just seen): Missoni.  Image NET-A-PORTER.COM/CHRIS COLLS

Top, trousers (just seen): Missoni. Image NET-A-PORTER.COM/CHRIS COLLS

Model: Jessica Chastain
Photographer: Chris Colls
Stylist: Tracy Taylor
Hair: Renato Campora
Makeup: Mary Wiles

Jewel of the Month

The Saxe-Coburg and Gotha Parure- a four piece suite of turquoise and diamond jewels

The Saxe- Coburg and Gotha Turquoise Tiara, part of the four piece turquoise and diamond suite. Image THE COURT JEWELLER

The Saxe- Coburg and Gotha Turquoise Tiara, part of a four piece turquoise and diamond suite. Image THE COURT JEWELLER

This is one of my favourite suites of Royal turquoise jewelry with its fantastic balance of colour and sparkle provided by the diamonds. It’s beautiful and regal without being too gaudy. Comprising of four pieces, a coronet-style button tiara, a necklace, earrings and a brooch, the suite features large oval and circular turquoise cabochon cut stones, all surrounded with diamonds, with scrolling diamond framework and floral diamond accents. The tiara is designed as a band of large turquoise with diamonds, set upon a frame of diamond scrolls with smaller turquoise accents and a final band of diamonds that sits above a white gold base. The necklace is a single row of turquoise and floral diamond clusters with a dangling row of five matching pendants, and is simple in comparison to the matching earrings and brooch. The earrings are comprised of two dangling diamond clusters with small turquoise centers, while the brooch features a very large oval turquoise as the center of an elaborate scrolling flower with diamond petals and leaves, with a large dangling pendant of turquoise and diamonds.

Princess Victoria Adelheid of Saxe- Coburg and Gotha wearing the Turquoise Parure on different occassions.  Image GETTY IMAGES/FRANZ GRAINGER

Princess Victoria Adelheid of Saxe- Coburg and Gotha wearing the Turquoise Parure on different occassions. Image GETTY IMAGES/FRANZ GRAINGER

Created by an unknown jeweler before the 1905 wedding of Charles Edward, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha to Princess Victoria Adelaide of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, this suite is thought to have been a one of the Princess’ wedding gifts from her parents or new husband. The Princess wore her turquoise suite publicly on a few occasions- there are photographs of her wearing parts of the parure for separate events, and she notably wore the full suite for the wedding of her daughter Princess Sibylla to Prince Gustaf Adolf of Sweden in 1932.

The wedding of Princess Sibylla of Saxe- Coburg and Gotha & prince Gustaf Adolf of Sweden, October 1932.  Shown here (from left to right) Karl Edward, Duke of Saxe- Coburg and Gotha, Crown Prince Gustaf of Sweden, Princess Sibylla, Prince Gustaf Adolf, Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone, Crown Princess Louise of Sweden and Princess Victoria Adelaide of Saxe- Coburg and Gotha (who is wearing the tiara from the Turquoise Parure.  Image WIKIMEDA COMMONS/THE COURT JEWELLER

The wedding of Princess Sibylla of Saxe- Coburg and Gotha & prince Gustaf Adolf of Sweden, October 1932. Shown here (from left to right) Karl Edward, Duke of Saxe- Coburg and Gotha, Crown Prince Gustaf of Sweden, Princess Sibylla, Prince Gustaf Adolf, Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone, Crown Princess Louise of Sweden and Princess Victoria Adelaide of Saxe- Coburg and Gotha (who is wearing the tiara from the Turquoise Parure. Image WIKIMEDA COMMONS/THE COURT JEWELLER

Although the Saxe-Coburg and Gotha family lost their dukedom at the end of World War I, they retained their hereditary titles along with the majority of their lands and jewels. The turquoise parure is just one of the treasures they retained. Although it remained out of the public eye for many years, today we occasionally see the parts of this gorgeous turquoise parure popping up at major royal events on Princess Kelly, the American wife of Hereditary Prince Hubertus of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, the great- grandson of Princess Victoria Adelaide.

Princess Kelly of Saxe- Coburg and Gotha at the wedding of Princess Madeleine in 2013 (left) and at the wedding of Crown Princess Victoria in 2010 (right), wearing the Turquoise tiara and necklace.  Image GETTY IMAGES/ZIMBIO

Princess Kelly of Saxe- Coburg and Gotha at the wedding of Princess Madeleine in 2013 (left) and at the wedding of Crown Princess Victoria in 2010 (right), wearing the Turquoise tiara and necklace. Image GETTY IMAGES/ZIMBIO

Princess Kelly has worn the tiara and necklace to a few occasions in recent years, including the weddings of both Crown Princess Victoria and Princess Madeleine of Sweden, and to King Carl Gustaf of Sweden’s 70th birthday gala in April 2016 (King Carl Gustaf is the son of Princess Sibylla of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha).

Princess Kelly of Saxe- Coburg and Gotha wearing the Turquoise tiara and necklace at King Carl Gustaf's 70th Birthday Gala in April 2016.  Image GETTY IMAGES

Princess Kelly of Saxe- Coburg and Gotha wearing the Turquoise tiara and necklace at King Carl Gustaf’s 70th Birthday Gala in April 2016. Image GETTY IMAGES

I love this parure, and would love to see more of it- particularly the brooch and earrings which, after the tiara, are said to be the most impressive pieces in this suite.

Xx – Ana

Friday Fierceness!

“Think Pink”- Harper’s Bazaar US December 2016

Dress, belt: Jil Sander, Shoes, earrings: Missoni.  Image HARPER'S BAZAAR US/DANIEL RIERA

Dress, belt: Jil Sander, Shoes, earrings: Missoni. Image HARPER’S BAZAAR US/DANIEL RIERA

Model: Aamito Lagum
Photographer: Daniel Riera
Stylist: Joanna Hillman
Makeup: Monica Marmo
Hair: Noelia Corral

Jewel of the Month

The Seal of Grand Duke Sergei Alexandrovich- a gold and imperial topaz seal by Fabergé

The seal of Grand Duke Sergei Alexandrovich.  Image KREMLIN MUSEUM

The seal of Grand Duke Sergei Alexandrovich. Image KREMLIN MUSEUM

A piece belonging to Grand Duke Sergei Alexandrovich of Russia, this is one of the few surviving pieces from the Grand Duke’s massive art and objets d’art collection. Made by Fabergé master W. Reimer in 1898, this seal can be considered both an objet d’art and jewel as it is constructed entirely from fine gold and gem quality topaz. Its golden handle depicts a tiny replica of the Russian Imperial crown, which is attached to the large oval topaz by two scrolling gold ‘ribbons’ and a pair of gold screws. The topaz is chequerboard faceted on the sides and bezel cut on the bottom where there is an engraving of the royal emblem of Moscow: a shield with St. George slaying a dragon below the imperial crown, with a double-headed eagle on either side. One side of the stone bears the engraving of the word ‘Ilyinsky’ and other features the Grand Duke’s initials under the Imperial crown.

Grand Duke Sergei Alexandrovich, late 19th century (approxiately 1880s). Image GETTY IMAGES

Grand Duke Sergei Alexandrovich, late 19th century (approxiately 1880s).
Image GETTY IMAGES

Not much information is available on this particular piece, including information on how it survived the Russian Revolution and both World Wars, or who it belongs to now. It currently sits out of sight, either belonging to the state or a private individual, and was most likely a piece of palace property seized by the state during the 1917 revolution. The seal was most likely appropriated from the Winter Palace, one of the Tsar’s family residences, since as an official object of state it would have been returned from the Grand Duke’s official residence after his death.

Grand Duke Sergei and his wife Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna (formerly Princess Elisabeth of Hesse and by Rhine), 1890s.  Recoloured image CHEDDERBAY.COM/ROYALTEA, original image WIKIMEDIA COMMONS.

Grand Duke Sergei and his wife Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna (formerly Princess Elisabeth of Hesse and by Rhine), 1890s. Recoloured image CHEDDERBAY.COM/ROYALTEA, original image WIKIMEDIA COMMONS.

The seal remained out of the public eye until 2012, when it was displayed in an exhibition celebrating the work of Fabergé and other Russian jewel masters at the Kremlin Museum in Moscow. It has since disappeared again.

We Love: Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Women’s designers taking inspiration from menswear is a for decades old custom, and this season Francesco Scognamiglio
provided his own take on this theme with a collection that was based around the look of boxy men’s shirts. Supplemented by his ongoing love of flimsy lingerie, intricate adornments, and childhood memories of pierrots and giant soap bubbles, Mr. Scognamiglio crafted a beautiful collection that added new dimensions to a well known design trope.

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

This vision may sound strange in print, and some of his references (especially the last two) may be hard to spot at first glance, but Mr. Scognamiglio navigated his way through his vision with is usual aplomb, creating a beautifully cohesive collection.

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

He played with lengths and construction, cropping crisp shirts above the waist or extending them to the length of a microdress. He added crystal embroideries and sheer panels, or constructed them entirely from transparent net and paired them with tiny lace shorts and silk miniskirts. He pushed the masculine look further with boxy sweaters and shawl- necked wool jackets, trim suits, and outsized bomber jackets, but kept them from appearing too harsh with sparkling appliqués, fringed piping, and luxury fabrics like point d’esprit tulle and metallic watercolour jacquard.

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

There were plenty of dresses as well: short ones with plunging necklines and cut away shoulders, longer numbers with prim collars, long sleeves and modest hemlines and even ones that were entirely of sheer net. Lace panels, ruffles and gorgeous pearl beading made for pretty, feminine looks that would appeal to any woman with a love of luxury.

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Our favourites: a white draped minidress with cutaway shoulders and bell sleeves, a grey sweater with silver crystal appliqués, a sheer white dress with a black lace skirt and pearl embellishment, a white shawl neck jacket with silver embroidery, a white high collared shirtdress with a tulle- lined cutout and an embroidered neckline, a multicoloured jacquard opera coat, a sheer white button- front shirt with pearl adornments, a cropped white sweater with crystal appliqués and a sheer white skirt with a black lace panel and pearl embroidery.

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

We Love: Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia’s Spring 2017 collection premiered on the longest day of London’s Fashion Week ss2017 schedule. Shown on the same day as two other accessories giants, creative director Charlotte Dellal set her show apart from the rest with a fabulous evening performance of 1940s- themed glamour that involved showgirls, dancers, Brazilian musicians and gigantic plastic bananas.

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Titled Let’s Go Bananas the collection celebrated all things fun, drawing inspiration from Brazilian Carnival culture, Copacabana beach, samba, and larger than life Luso-Brazilian starlet Carmen Miranda. The collection played into Ms. Dellal’s strengths of producing kitschy handbags, towering heels and novelty flats, but was kept fresh when covered in colourful fruits, leather leaves, tropical birds and gold lamé. Everything played into that fun, fiesty, South American festival mood, and the collection was a joy to watch.

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

The shoes and bags really shone against a background of elegant cream coloured looks with custom made accessories like woven hats, turbans and wooden jewelry. They even managed to hold up against the wacky fruit costumes and glittering bathing suits that were worn towards the end of the show! I said it before, but it mist be repeated- it was a great collection not just because of it’s unique presentation, but also as it played perfectly into Ms. Dellal’s excessively joyful, imaginative aesthetic and showed them off to best effect.

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

These are definitely not accessories for the faint of heart- you’d bound to a ton of attention wearing any one of the pieces in this collection! They’re fun, frivolous pieces that would add serious pep to any outfit. A sparkly parrot clutch would definitely boost your mood, if not your Instagram feed!

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Our favourites: a pair of fruit and flower print platforms with thin gold tie straps, a gold “Cha Cha” record clutch, a pink crocodile Bogard bag with green leaves at the front, a pair of gold lamé mules with a fruit- printed wedge heel, a large blue crocodile pillbox bag with a watermelon slice charm, a white flap bag with green snakeskin leaves and strap, a pair blue crocodile platform sandals, a pair of strappy flats with a sparkly toucan at the front, a pink glittery 3D parrot bag, a pair of ‘fruit salad’ platforms with wooden heels and an ombré acetate clutch with a bamboo pattern at the front and a 3D floral closure.

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

We Love: Akris Spring 2017

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Showing for the first time in New York Fashion Week, Albert Kriemler’s newest Akris collection was a bright offering of fresh and colorful clothes with a perceptible Manhattan twist. Akris collections are often informed by art and architecture, but this show was dedicated to artist Carmen Herrera, whom Mr. Kriemler met for the first time earlier this year. She gave her blessing for the designer to use her paintings as a direct reference point, and her 1959 painting Blanco y Verde was chosen to set the tone for the collection’s neat geometric lines, patterns and bold colour scheme.

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

It was a terrific show- starting from the houses’ core of impeccable fabrics and luxury sportswear, Mr. Kriemler focused on clean shapes and intense colour. Orange, cobalt blue, red, pink, brown, black and white appeared alongside striped white-and-green looks derived directly from Ms. Herrera’s artwork. The colourful geometries of her paintings made for eye-catching motifs on shifts and shirtdresses and served as inspiration for breezy, away-from-the-body silhouettes that echoed those shapes.

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Appearing alongside the houses’ intricate St. Gallen lace, as well as plain linens, cotton, silk and suede, these graphic prints and interesting shapes appeared even more precise, tempered by the relaxed shapes and muted colours of the subtler fabrics. Every silhouette was clean cut and airy, with soft drapery and pleats, all in loose breathable cuts that skimmed the body to great effect.

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

This resulted in a lineup of minimalist, easygoing pieces with crisp sporty lines and polished youthful pep; a look that perfectly reflected the spirit and verve of The City itself, and is sure to resonate with the sophisticated tastes of Akris’ loyal customers. This was one of Akris’ best collections to date… and one of the best shows that took place during New York Fashion Week.

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Our favourites: a dun- coloured suede blouse with a built in shawl neck of nappa leather, a white linen jacket with a single green lapel, an angular cobalt blue shiftdress, a cream linen button- front tunic, a button- front blouse in patterned dark tan burnout suede, an orange patterned burnout suede column dress, a long deep green silk coat and a boxy shiftdress with a green and white striped border.

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Xx – Ana

We Love: Delpozo Spring 2017

Delpozo Spring 2017.  Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo shows are always beautiful. Creative director Josep Font is a designer whose work goes beyond the conventions of normal fashion, with designs that always go beyond fashion and into the world of art. This time, he created some of the most intriguing and unique garments to ever be shown during the course of Fashion Month.

This season’s collection, named Luminosity, was an exploration of light and form. The show was simply spectacular.

Delpozo Spring 2017.  Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Influenced by the work of Impressionist Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida (the “master of light”) and contemporary artist Soo Sunny Park, Mr. Font stated that his primary focus for this collection was the study of lightness and transparency. The former’s luminous paintings of the Mediterranean Sea inspired the unique shade of deep “Sorolla” blue that was used throughout the opening looks, while the latter’s mesmerizing Unwoven Light series of shimmering Plexiglass and mesh sculptures influenced the voluminous, organic shapes of so many of the looks. He sculpted some fantastic garments in the process, communicating his ideas through crisp silhouettes, airy textures, shining embellishments and light fabrics.

Delpozo Spring 2017.  Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Mr. Font’s silhouettes often extend themselves away from the body in large sweeping arcs, curves, or folds, making this season’s shapes very geometric- but with an organic twist. Straight skirts and bodices often erupted into voluminous curved flounces and hems that evoked the look of blooming flowers, angular origami pleats, crisp bows and sharp hems that resembled jagged calla lily petals. Soft fabrics like metallic fil coupé and light linen, were draped and ruffled to create the look of folding petals, and crocheted overlays, raffia fringes and textured knits gave a rough, organic effect to some of the looks. Elsewhere, 3-d floral embellishments were used to great effect on tulle to create the look of falling flowers floating in the breeze, while adding graphic impact to geometric shapes crafted out of heavy silk.

Delpozo Spring 2017.  Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Gorgeous floral- printed metallic jacquard and bright splashes of orange and pink added colourful impact to a collection that was filled soft shades of periwinkle blue, lavender, pale yellow and white. However these vivid additions were kept from being too overpowering, often appearing tempered by panels of white organza or peeking out from beneath sheer tulle overlays.

Delpozo Spring 2017.  Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Mr. Font’s use of colour, texture and transparency throughout this collection is masterful. Even with all the large shapes, layered fabrics, prints and colours, every piece he created managed to convey a sense of weightlessness, and the fabrics still looked airy even when heavily adorned. This was true fantasy fashion, more dream than prêt-à-couture, and most of the garments looked as if they had appeared out of a fairy tail or fabulous fantasy art.

Delpozo Spring 2017.  Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

It’s a hard collection for most people to pull off, but for those with the bearing, and the ability to style them correctly, wearing anything from this collection would be stunning. I’d actually love to see a bride wear some of these garments- whole looks- like the two skirt combinations and the last gown listed below, or the white trousers and blouse with the blue and white raffia swirl at the front, or really any of the pale- coloured looks. Anything would be fabulous! That would be gorgeous wedding attire!

Delpozo Spring 2017.  Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Our favourites: a bright pink coat with flounced bell sleeves, an embellished orange dress with a gauzy waterfall skirt, a formal white look with a beaded tunic and a midi- length fluted skirt with a flounced hem, a periwinkle fil coupé blouse with a draped neckline and a folded waist, white linen skirtsuit with a flounced bell- sleeved jacket, a white fil coupé jacket with a large front ruffle, a blue and white tulle gown with an embellished peplum, a pleated striped orange and white blouse with a waterfall back and a white gown with a winged bodice and a sheer tulle skirt over a patterned underskirt.

Delpozo Spring 2017.  Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017.  Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017.  Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017.  Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017.  Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Xx – Ana

Friday Fierceness!

Cover Story- Vogue Ukraine November 2017

Gown: David Koma, Gloves: Max Mara, Jewelry: Yves Saint Laurent.  Image VOGUE UKRAINE/NAGI SAKAI

Gown: David Koma, Gloves: Max Mara, Jewelry: Yves Saint Laurent. Image VOGUE UKRAINE/NAGI SAKAI

Model: Lena Hardt
Photographer: Nagi Sakai
Stylist: Julie Pelipas
Hair: Romina Maneti
Makeup: Kaoru Okubo