Published on April 14, 2014 by Your Retail Therapist
Published on November 5, 2013 by Your Retail Therapist
If you only had one hour Retail Therapy in London, where should you go? To Dover Street Market, a department store unlike any other in the world. The retail-baby of Comme des Garçons Rei Kawakubo offers the best in high fashion. Four floors full of Comme des Garçons (Play), Alexander Wang, Ann Demeulemeester, Givenchy, Jil Sander, Yang Li, Junya Watanabe, Rick Owens, Saint Laurent Paris, Céline, J.W. Anderson and so on, and so on, fashion heaven. More hours to spend on a little Food Therapy as well? Treat yourself to tea and scones at the Rose Bakery at the top floor.
Dover Street Market, 17-18 Dover St., London, Green Park station
Published on November 2, 2013 by Your Retail Therapist
Célines collections are perfect inspiration when adopting the Five Piece Wardrobe using chic basics and trendy items. Just make sure you stick to matching basic colors such as black, white, navy and grey. When you do, the classic pinstriped items from the FW12 collection are also perfect with the trendy navy skirt and sweater from the FW13 collection…2 tops, 2 bottoms, that’s 4 chic outfits.
Published on October 28, 2013 by Your Retail Therapist
Published on October 27, 2013 by Your Retail Therapist
Céline revealed the Resort 14 collection to the public, although I doubt if this has any effect on Zara not copying anything for their Spring collection or December collection for that matter. Phoebe detailed a big part of the collection with – easy to copy – D-ring belts, either inspired by judo or yoga. Tailoring has the amazing Céline signature with minimalist suits, tops, dresses and skirts in black, white or a (light) vanilla shade. And for the arm candy, the Boston bag had an update, she lost her smile, the front zip, and her love handles are replaced by a knot. Invested in Birkies and slip-ons this Summer? Hurray for flats, those survived another fashion season. Images borrowed from celine.com
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