Recently I had a shoot in West Hollywood after pulling these amazing pieces from the French brand, The Kooples. Known for its rocker chic style with a Parisian twist and for its quality, not quantity, The Kooples is still relatively unknown on this side of the pond: so time to put a spotlight on this brand mixed with my style. Hope you enjoy.
In this look, I wore The Kooples' Lambskin leather suede biker coat paired with my favorite past-season All Saints distressed denim biker jeans. Lately I've been loving the "bandana" collar look, so to play on the biker jacket, I used this vintage bandana and my leather metal toe Chelsea boots to keep it clean and on-brand.
Shortly after Saint Laurent showcases their collection in Los Angeles, here we have another huge brand shifting to cater to consumers and/or Los Angeles becoming an important fashion hub. Moschino announced plans to showcase their Mens and Womens Resort 17 collection in Los Angeles this upcoming June. Which could possible be open to the public.
This will be the first "Made Los Angeles" two day event by Made Fashion Week. Which is a great platform for upcoming designers that normally showcase during New York Fashion Week. Tyler the Creator will also be showcasing his clothing line, Gold Wang during this two day event as well. There will also be "30+ pop-up shops from visionary fashion designers, artists and creatives." Continue checking this link here to be kept abreast when more info is released.
I have been away too long... but I'm back; just this time with a clearer sense of what I want my blog to say, what I want my style to be, as well as the direction I would like to go. Taking a break allowed me to think, move, and re-evaluate a few things.... Recently, having enjoyed some great cool weather in Los Angeles, I optimized my time wearing my new favorite camel-colored turtle neck paired with my faux fur panel trench coat and lamb skin leather pants. Hope you enjoy.
Amsterdam street brand, Filling Pieces, releases these Ombre Rose Quarts colored sneakers for their anticipated Spring Summer '16 collection. With accents on luxurious rose golds and leathers, Filling Pieces continues to push the envelope while keeping their design minimal and clean.
With a price tag of $240, you can buy your pair here.