You know what time it is... oh yeah its celebrity watch time, heres a few i've been keeping locked in the vault. A bit of Amber Rose in there who I absolutely adore. New up and coming model Ataui Deng. also got some timely classics so watch out for that. Please enjoy!
Kanye West during Paris Fashion Week released his long awaited collection and I must say I was impressed from what I saw. He is in his own right a style icon, so this was a natural move, it was nice to see detailed but minimalist touches to his garments. I'm already looking forward to the next collection this has certainly wet my appetite!
Being a Designer & Model allows me to travel throughout London, and I cant help but be amazed every time by the architecture. I am always surprised how Central London seems to come to life at night, even just simple run down buildings intrigue me. The character and age of the building gives it that extra wow factor. Its sometimes hard to avert my eyes, so I thought I would share with you guys what I have found in my travels.
I first came across Samuella's collection for a show called Certified Fresh, in which I was one of the models for the show. What I really loved about the collection, was the quality and the tailored finish to each individual piece. Each piece screamed a unique quality, which is refreshing to see.
Samuella graduated in 2010 from London College of Fashion, with a degree in Pattern Cutting, and specialises in womenswear. The concept of Samuella's work is based around femininity and it suitable for all age ranges. Samuella is currently working to push her label forward, I wish her all the best in the future, and hope to model in her up and coming collections.
I dont know why, but for some reason i'm attracted to minimalist block colour art, it also defies me in fashion as well. On my travels researching for a recent portfolio update, I came across the artist Ellsworth Kelly, who I have never heard of but instantly fell in love with.
Ellsworth Kelly is an American painter, sculptor and print maker. After the second world war and early 1950's Kelly was a major practitioner in abstract art. Kelly's work is often minimalist, colour field art, with the use of rectilinear geometry, he was highly influenced by the work of Picasso.