The former French naval uniform was first hailed a high fashion item by Coco Chanel in 1917 (Her again!)
There are dresses, and then there are Iconic Dresses – the ones that stay in your memory long after they left the big screen or the red carpet. Sometimes it’s because they are beautiful, sometimes it’s because they are inspirational, sometimes because they are just downright ridiculous.
The myth of the TRENCH COAT is that it was worn by soldiers in the muddy trenches of the First World War. In reality, those that did wear it were of officer rank who purchased it themselves – a mark of social distinction and class…
The catwalks have embraced Yellow recently.
So it’s no surprise that the colour that dazzled the interior world at the recent Milan furniture fair – CITRUS YELLOW
The LITTLE BLACK DRESS defining moment came in 1926 when Vogue published a sketch of a black dress designed by Coco Chanel.
With terms like gender fluidity, gender bending, and androgyny becoming buzzwords, designers are sending men in skirts and women in tuxedos onto the catwalks.
Technically WHITE is not a colour. Well, it’s my favourite colour!
Fashion is always a reflection of what’s going on in the world, be it politics, art, culture or commerce… and interior design trends often follow fashion trends.
The coolest colour to have in your home right now? It has to be pink!
Old age ain’t what it used to be!