Wearing: Carl Kapp dress as skirt, Miss Unkon top, Asos clutch, Zara heels. On a drizzling summer day last weekend I played muse to good friend Zanita. Apart from her enviable, oozing talent of model turned photographer she is part of Harpers Bazaar Australia’s Style Network. I can’t express how flexible the right maxi skirt can be for a wardrobe- especially effortless summer dressing. This insanely stunning piece by Carl Kapp is muted class, with adjustable wrap making for endless shapes and fluid movement. Photos by Zanita
Wearing: Shakuhachi ‘Block It’ dress, Tony Bianco heels, Michael Kors watch, Vintage clutch, necklace from markets. I love wearing black all year round, but in the middle of summer it is hard to find a perfect black piece that doesn’t require layering for texture and detail to stay cool in. This little black dress has a leather contrast, and such an amazing asymmetrical cut that it has all the detail in one safe piece that doesn’t require bulking up on accessories. A trailing skirt at the back of leather mini front, and a sleeveless shoulder opposing a quaint capped sleeve – One piece with the best of both worlds. Only after the first few snaps of this outfit did I …
Wearing: Zara pants, Dion Lee top, Ellery sunglasses from Desordre, 3.1 Phillip Lim handbag, Tony Bianco heels, Michael Kors watch. Another dose of the colour creeping in to my wardrobe but opting for pastel, perhaps channeling my love for 3.1 Phillip Lim SS12. I wouldn’t usually pair these together as I’m not a personal fan of ‘colour blocking’, but the mint pants and spearmint seemed like a perfect, fresh summer match with solid black accessories. Dion Lee manages structure yet flow perfectly every single time with this silk top with harness cut out back, available from Desordre boutique in Paddington. Photos by Nicole Cooper
A little peek into my island life in Bali over new years.