I can’t believe it’s already time to start thinking about spring clothing! It feels like just yesterday we were preparing for spring when COVID decided to make its unexpected appearance. Clothing for spring looks a little different this year considering most of us are still spending A LOT of time at home or working from home. Likewise, rounding up a number of amazing dresses for spring (clickable above) that are comfortable enough to wear while working from home. These dresses also happen to be cute past all the zoom calls and they’ll turn heads out in the real world too (someday!).
Serving up all the Parisian vibes today and dreaming of all the places we’ll go someday when it’s safe again. Teaming up with Jason Wu and 1800 Flowers to share the most beautiful bouquet and outfit designed by Jason Wu himself. I fell in love with this stunning winter bouquet at first sight as well as this classic look I’ve been wearing on repeat. Sharing all the details below .
This past week marked the start of one of my favorite times of the year in the Big Apple, New York Fashion Week. Unfortunately, I now live on the opposite coast so I have to enjoy NYFW from Los Angeles. As a fashion illustrator, I have always greatly looked up to designers who showcase their incredible lines on the runway; each piece is truly a work of art. Since not all fashion lovers can sit on the side of NYFW runways as the beautiful models whisk by, I’ve put together a photo-recap of some of my favorite looks so far from a bunch of different designers who continue to inspire me. Overall trends I’ve noticed include: a lot of color blocking, crop tops, lady-like armpit-length gloves, bright colors that really pop and a lot of cut-outs. I’m excited to see these lines hit the racks and ultimately inspire the rest of the fashion world next season and beyond.