Pink silk satin dress Celine. White leather boots H&M. Silk tuxedo dress Lanvin. White peplum blazer The V Society. Green satin blouse and tweed skirt H&M. Pearl embroidered twill cuffs Johanna Daniil.
Is athleisure the new black? Another lovely story I did for The Code magazine is up for browsing and shopping. Cause it’s fun to style others but it’s also fun to style your self.
Photography by Ioanna Chatziandreou.
I am REALLY happy for this work.
Together with fellow blogger and friend StyleLovewe created a festive fashion story exclusively for The Code magazine, sporting a variety of event dressing, from lustrous maxi dresses to standout 80s minis, styled in our way. Nothing would be the same if it wasn’t for the photography of my dearest Ioanna Chatziandreou.
Here’s the first outfit from our editorial, where we both are wearing maxi silk-satin dresses by Sophia Kokosalaki (available at i-D Concept Store). Crocodile hexagon bag Nancy Gonzalez, Enny Monaco. Lizard black & white chain bag Salvatore Ferragamo. Black headpiece with earrings and choker embroidered with pearls, glass beads and sequins, all Johanna Daniil. Make up & hair: Eirini Blani
Tita Stylianou explores eccentric femininity through her Spring/Summer 2016 collection titled, The Psychic.
Juxtapositions of cotton and linen mixed with silk and rich brocades, and stripes paired with florals or African prints. Cotton weave kaftans, kimonos and silky wide pants capture the boho chic look of the early seventies.
Injected with 60s and 70s references, the collection is about a flamboyant woman who loves life and enjoys dressing while creating her own codes of style by mix-matching opposites. Round collar jackets, lightweight coats and knee length pencil skirts outline her silhouette, while hand-stitched raffia embellishments on the garments extenuate her femininity.
“THE PSYCHIC” – TITA STYLIANOU SS2016
Photography & Styling: Filep Motwary
MakeUp: Ilona Garamvölgyi
Model: Darya Turovnik
Photo Assistant: Kiki Patsali
Photographed at the residence of Mikis and Ersie Michaelides, designed by
Neoptolemos Michaelides in 1967