Hello March, Hello Bday month! Actually I am trying to build up the excitement for my birthday as I used to do before since so far niente! Anyhow, spring days are coming and the hope of better days is blossoming.
That being said, praying for peace while being extremely repulsed by the hypocrisy in the media, where refugees are classified by race to deserve compassion or not!
F for Fun
Which of your habits changed after covid? Here is what people are having for breakfast now vs during lockdown. Speaking about that lockdown and its habits, here are new things to watch as snuggling home is the best activity!
F for Fitness (Health)
F for Food
Vegan banana pancake recipe for the win! and this kebbe though
F for Fashion
The last shows from Milan fashion week and first shows of Paris Fashion week served us looks and styles; Prada played on textures, tank top were paired with mesh, sequins with feather embellished jackets and more. Get ready to party with Emporio Armani with cheerful colors and flowy silhouettes. Leather for the win with maison Margiela and office wear gone comfortable. Moschino turned the furniture to outfits in a theatrical show. Ferragamo’s 70s vibes and Bottega Veneta revisited the brand’s DNA to serve looks combining leather and fringes with knits. Giorgio Armani presented his show in silence in respect of the war victims; clash of textures and fringes not to forget Lilac. Georges Hobeika galactical collection was everything to love and most of all body inclusive. Dior’s new Era took it to another level where technology was used on the barre jacket making it thermal. Nanushka presented their boho chic with soft-tailored and workwear styles while Off-white’s first collection after Virgil themed Spaceship with blues, yellows, tulles and jackets and futuristic vibes. YSL tribute to Anthony’s dad with 80s silhouettes as the statement shoulders, latex leggings and slip dresses. Courreges played on volumes in glasses and biker jackets. Dries Van Noten mannequin in a mansion with animal prints, 40s deigns, velvet, silk and much more. Cecilie Bahnsen collection was inspired by Night Wandering poem, asymmetrical, silk and balloon dresses. Balmain’s collection about protection, literally with body armor, and protective wear not compromising on the sexy looks. Coperni’s high school vibes got us all nostalgic.
See you next week!