What do we look for in designer fashion labels? Is it their relevance, or the way they make a statement? When fashion week rolls around, the concrete catwalk is almost as equally as important as the runway. The streets set the trends. The quirky, and vibrant outfits of the risk takers are flaunted in our faces, while the style makers will be setting trends that so many of us will be inspired from, and interpret. It’s no secret that there’s just a few brands out there that continue to roll out those hot list items that we continue to crave. These top 10 brands know how to market love at first sight, and they definitely know how to slay.
She’s tiny, and fragile in appearance and has had her fair share of ballet, but Sasha Luss never was the type who played with barbies, and never dreamed of becoming a model in her childhood. The Russian model’s career began in 2007 but it was the 2013-14 season that truly took her career to the next level. In the 2013-14 season Sasha Luss began her first big season on the runway for the Paris Haute Couture scene, and opened runway shows for No. 21, vera Wang, Emilio Pucci , and Alberta Ferretti.
Privet Matryoshka’s!! During my shopping trip I decided that it’s time for me to do another review on a designer piece. My lucky victim turned out to be an Alexander Wang tote. I know some of you may not be familiar with this designer, but if you are then you’re probably anticipating to get your hands on one of his collaborative pieces for H&M. Anyways the tote that became my victim is Alexander Wang’s Prisma Emile Tote in black. In the photo you can see me holding the Alexander Wang tote, and yes I’m actually wearing a navy trench coat, grey leggings, and my favourite pair of
shopping walking boots. This is one of my essential looks for fall. But this isn’t about me it’s really about the tote. Now to discuss the good and the bad to this luxe bag & more photos of it (clear front and side view).