Have you checked my latest fashion story for The Code magazine? This is another shot by my beloved friend photographer Ioanna Chatziandreou, wearing Celine shirt, Alexander McQueen leather skirt and Saint Lauren patent leather pumps, all by Luisa. Hair & make up by Konstantina Michopanou.
It’s the first long weekend of summer and I’m getting ready for my first beach getaway.
Here are my top resort wear and beauty picks for June:
Bikini top and bottom in rust red by H&M and cotton wrap dress by Glorious Beach Living.
Suede metallic sandals Toms x & Other Stories.
Ippolito straw and leather bag.
Inside my admittedly super cute tote there’s the Red Grape Sunscreen and After Sun lotion by Korres and the shimmering version of the famous Nuxe multi-purpose Dry Oil, that nourishes and illuminates face,
body and hair in one go.
I have a well hidden romantic side -not even a side, a corner would be more accurate- that I bring to light from time to time. Wearing all pastels at once with a silk floral tanktop and matching pants from Deha.
Pleated vest by Orion London.
Satin sandals with metallic heel by Sante.
Photography: Ioanna Chatziandreou
I admit that lingerie and pyjamas are my favourite day and night wear. I have too many trousers and, honestly, too much lace in my closet but it seems impossible to say no to some more. Here’s a take on the dress-over-pants trend, bringing together lingerie and androgynous style.
Wearing Deha satin pants, Bozikis sheer embroidered booties and Sloggi Try-my-bra.
Photo: Ioanna Chatziandreou
When the indoors becomes outdoors. The pajama suit finds a new, fun and luxe interpretation with the design signature of F.R.S, or else known as “For Restless Sleepers”.
Silk-satin trench by Victoria Beckham. Suede pink pumps by Christian Louboutin.
Photo by Ioanna Chatziandreou at the magnificent showroom of Evi Grintela.
One of the most delightful evenings in London was the one I spent during the Charlotte Olympia presentation, for Fall/Winter 2017-18, where I had the chance to meet Charlotte herself <3
The shoe designer is famous not only for her accessories collections but also for her press events. This time the collection was inspired by a 40s film noir that included a series of murders, conspiracies and -what else?- SHOES.
Tap dancers, paper boys, pop corn girls, detectives and vamp divas were the stars of the night.
Below you can see snaps from the evening and the mini film “Accessory to Murder”.
It’s about time to start showing you what I saw during London Fashion Week for Fall/Winter 2017-18.
I’ll start with some killing shoes: Malone Souliers. Excellent craftsmanship and fashion forward designs are the main characteristics that have made it the shoe-brand of the moment.