Black triangle bra, nude brief, and a sheer lace skirt that I usually wear under long masculine jackets, mini skirts or oversized t-shirts, like this one here, all by Intimissimi Summer 2015 collection.
New Almond Blossom moisturizing face cream for normal to dry and sensitive skin by Korres, that offers constant dehydration and nutrition. Plus it smells of almond blossoms -have I said that already?
I would also call this outfit an ode to vintagewear, since only the Lulu Frost necklace and the suede shoes were produced during the last decade. The Miu Miu knitted top was found at Dezaar second-heart shop.
Out and about with Filep Motwary.
Lots and lots of new beauty products keep coming hand in hand with Spring paying tribute to blossoms, glorifiers to make your skin radiant from head to toe. Molton Brown launched “Blossoming honeysuckle and white tea” -eau de toilette followed by shower gel, body lotion and hand cream- while “L’ile au the” by Annick Goutal has notes of mandarin, white musk, white tea and osmanthus, inspired by Jeju island somewhere in the seas of Korea. Clarisonic Pedi home foot care treatment consists of a pedi device, a brush head, a pedi buff, a balm and a serum for your feet and I must confess that the results are astonishing. How else could I wear those Stathis Samantas sandals?
“Sittin’ pretty” and “Bump up the pumps” are two candy colors by Essieand Wild Rose sleeping facial creme by Korres is your personal nocturnal worker, doing some extra time just for your good looks. You’ll be astounded by the next day effect from day night 1.
As for the rest of your body, here I present you the exotic exfoliating scrub and shower gel by “Une nuit a Bali”, a high-end range of perfumes and 100% natural body care products, each of them formulated with a unique fragrance of Ylang-Ylang and Jasmine.
Molton Brown, Une nuit a Bali and Annick Goutal are all available at Heaven on Earth.
You can find Clarisonic Pedi exclusively at Sephora stores.
Fashion on Screen premiered last night with a fine five course dinner at Nixon Bar and ended with cocktails,
a very delightful and cosy evening among friends who love working for fashion’s sake,
hosted by Fashion Workshop by Vicky Kaya and Filep Motwary.
I’m super excited for Fashion on Screen.
Fashion Workshop by Vicky Kaya presents for the second time a four-day non profit film festival of iconic fashion movies, short films, rare material and documentaries that have influenced fashion and society, curated by costume designer, photographer, writer and dear friend of mine Filep Motwary. Filep will sit in the Screening Room of Nixon from the 19th to the 22nd of March and fashion junkies will have the opportunity to watch films such as “Valentino:The Last Emperor”, “Sunset Boulevard” and “Paris is Burning” to name a few.
See this suit? Wearing this I’m more than ready to make the transition to the new season.
A marble digital printed silk satin fitted blazerand a pair of cigarette pants by V Society Summer 2015 collection that can be mixed and matched and worn separately with anything, from a fine pair of jeans to a cotton knit sweater or a white tee. Here’s a rather black tie version of it. Sandals by L.A.M.B.
Callista bags are greek designed, handmade in Athens by fine italian leathers on a limited production every month
and bound to last for a lifetime. The dusty coloured totes look great
but look at that small bucket python bag ♡