I'm Anna, I live in suburban England. I want to be a creator of things all my life and this blog is a a means to channel all sort of inspirations. I hope you find something you too find inspirational.
I like Miu Miu, Meg Cabot books, Tim Walker, The Darling Buds of May, Jane Austen, Disney, all animals, and multi-coloured hair. You probably find a conglomeration of all these things here.
So sorry this is late again but the internet is being a bit temperamental. But here it is – the last day of Milan Fashion Week. We start with an androgenous edge at Dsquared2; followed by Les Copains. It was all out navy at Giorgio Armani, a completely opposite affair at Roberto Cavalli where it was light and floaty. Lastly we have Silvio Betterelli. Images from WWD.
I think, so far, this is my favourite day of Milan Fashion Week. There were lots of good shows and plenty of great pieces, hence the long post.
We start with patterns of all sorts at Aquilano.Rimondi (sorry, no website!) ; followed by Marco De Vincenzo. Brioni went for lacy femininity, as did Dolce & Gabbana, where wedding bells were in the air for their muse – the blushing bride -to-be.
It was plastic fantastic at Marni and a ‘Joseph and his technicolour dreamcoat’ look at Missoni. There was cool minimalism at Salvatore Ferragamo; and lastly, my favourite, Versus went for an intersting combination of tartan and florals, it worked though, in a Luella/Rodarte way. Images from WWD and Style. One more day of MFW – then it’s off to Paris we go.