New season, new investment pieces. And what would feel more like a luxurious investment piece than something not many others will have. And by this I mean something that may not be all over Instagram and on every second 'influencer'. So this autumn we'll be looking at Sies Marjan and The Attico for timeless new wardrobe additions.
Whereas a lot of the fashion week street styles now seem to evolve mainly around borrowed designer dresses and Gucci mules, the ladies in Copenhagen are always worth looking at for some wardrobe inspiration.
Annie and I have both suddenly gone MIA but we were actually both just busy jumping right into grown up life.
It's no secret that Rosie Assoulin is one of my favourites though I don't own a single piece by her (yet).
The Paris-born London-based designer is a fellow University of the Arts alumni, she went to Central Saint Martins, and just launched her beautiful jewellery collection.
A few years ago I did a personality test (trying to figure out what to do with my life after quitting my first 'adult' job) and found out that I apparently am a 'Creator'.
Pretty much exactly a year ago I was in Sydney (but just missed fashion week) and completely fell in love with it.
Whenever Celine reveals a new collection, we always look at it very carefully as it will almost definitely be leading the way in terms of what we'll soon see on runways and covering people's bodies.
It is no secret that I have a sizeable weakness for big earrings. But when big earrings and young, creative, relatively unknown designers come together, there's no stopping me (apart from my credit card limit).
I'm not usually into red carpet fashion, too hard to relate to and always somewhat the same. But I do love the met gala, which is basically high fashion fancy dress with the outfits directed by art.