Stars are definitely the print of the season. It was used in most of my favourite SS15 runway shows, and always styled in an edgy, rock& roll way. On the pictures you can see me wearing a star dress from Tommy Hilfiger SS15 collection. I matched it with a metallic scarf, golden Cluse watch and Stuart Weitzman heels.
The dress is made with the finest chiffon, which is a beautifly flowing fabric. While I usually try to choose good weather days for my shoots, this time, I looked up the most windy day of the week. I just love the way the dress dances in the wind, don’t you?
Also you probably can’t see it in the pictures, but behind that fence was a massive dog, a mastiff I think. It was barking insanely for most of the time, and to be honest I was a little scared. Also so many people kept coming to pat it, and we had to wait for the to move, so instead of wrapping up the shoot in 1hr it took us ages.
ph. Paweł Maślaniec
( Tommy Hilfiger star dress and scarf, Stuart Weitzman heels via Russel & Bromley, Cluse watch )
This is part two of the bulk of pictures from my trip to Dorset. This is one of those rare occasions, where I shoot pictures in a totally unexpected and unplanned location. We were driving along, and those beautiful flowers attracted my attention, to be honest where I actually wanted to shoot was behind that fence! Unfortunately it turned out to be an electrically enclosed army training facility. Despite my cute eyes, Mr. Armyman didn’t let us enter, so we shot outside. Days like those make me really appreciate England. It’s not anything like what people say. It’s beautiful, picturesque and not rainy at all.
I was wearing a knitted dress by Charlie May. I am a huge fan of her designs, especially because I can wear anything all year round, the fabrics are out of this world. England is not only a place full of amazingly stunning locations, but also incredibly talented designers.
ph. Paweł Maślaniec
( wearing Charlie May AW 15 knitted dress )
New York always makes me the happiest girl in the world. I love its vibe, the people, the architecture, the food, the style and everything else. This time I came to New York for fashion week and had an absolute pleasure to stay in Park Central New York Hotel, located in the heart of Manhattan in Midtown. Just a few minutes walk from Lincoln Center where most of the shows took place or 10 minutes by cab to Chelsea and Soho. Ok, I can’t lie, it was freaking cold in New York during my whole stay and it was difficult to travel by subway, even though I love New York subway (probably I’m the only one who does it ). This time I had to reduce spending my time outside to minimum, but every cloud’s got a silver lining. I got the best apartment in my hotel on the 15th floor with a large window view on Manhattan and Times Square. Not that I like such a touristic places as Times Square (actually I’ve never gone there for a walk) but I was absolutely impressed with this view. That moment when I could sit on the window, drink my morning coffee (usually at 6am, because of jetlag) and just watch what’s going on on the 7th Avenue when the city wakes up or afternoon sunsets over Manhattan which will stay in my memory for a long time. And no, I’m not a romantic girl, it was just breathtaking! Thank you Park Central NY for having us! And Tom for helping arranging my NYFW trip. Below you can see my favourite Instagram shots from my whole stay in NY.
Zimmermann show and my favourite collection ever. I could wear every single look.
That moment when I felt like Scarrlet Johansson in Lost in Translation. Only looking out over New York, not Tokyo.
Meli Melo Thela shearling bag, Saint Laurent glitter shoes ( I love these), Embryolisse cold cream and Soigne Nail Polish.
Saturday NYC in Soho, I’ve been just keeping warm, -20 Degrees outside was pretty painful for my body.
3.1 Phillip Lim show was stunning!
Bagel in Grand Central Market, a little cafe in my hotel. Because the best bagels are made in NYC.
My look for Tibi show, this orange Jocelyn fur accidentally matched the street behind me.