Sunday, July 28, 2013
Friday, July 26, 2013
Made for the spotlight, this stunner from Copenhagen collection By Malene Birger oozes understated old-school glamour and will make you look and feel like a woman with star quality.
The skirt is full enough to conceal flaws, yet the wrap-front style also offers a discreet, fleeting glimpse of an exposed thigh as you walk.
Wear with old Hollywood style jewels and heels.
BY MALENE BIRGER
Award-winning Danish designer Malene Birger creates pieces inspired by the classic styles of the ’50s and ’60s and infused with signature Scandinavian cool. By Malene Birger the label has a mega following around the globe, including celebrities, Denmark's Crown Princess Mary (aka the world's most stylish royalty), and Duchess Of Cambridge (and new mama!) Kate Middleton.
Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Just because the haze is creeping back doesn’t mean you need to give up on style. On the contrary, fashion (when done right) can inspire you to keep cool on even the stuffiest days :-).
Here are the ultimate mood-savers that will doubtless help you look and feel great throughout the hazy spell: AllSaints Spitalfields, By Malene Birger (gorgeous long dresses and maxi gowns from Denmark), Elie Tahari, Exception de Mixmind, Helmut Lang, Hoss Intropia (Spanish label by the former designer to the National Ballet of Spain), Kate Spade, Rebecca Taylor, Shanghai Tang, Lacoste Men.
All available for you here at the purveyor of style: wondermomo. :-)
P.S. More, more, more… More items have just been added to the Sale racks!
Sunday, July 21, 2013
Thursday, July 18, 2013
Runway look — Ethereal and utterly dreamy in a soft, watercolour floral print, this little shift from Rebecca Taylor pairs the airy print with an equally breezy design, featuring pintucked detailing along the henley neckline and a super-chic (and super on-trend!) studded collar.
Monday, July 15, 2013
This limited edition Pringle of Scotland cotton T-shirt employs the signature ‘pixel explosion’ print for a shot of cool. In versatile black and round-neck, this smart-looking piece will slip easily into your wear-anywhere staples. Team it with worn-in denim on the weekends, or dress it up with sharp tailoring in the city.
This design is one of the last pieces created by Alistair Carr, Pringle of Scotland’s former designer director (who’s since taken the reigns as Head of Design at Alexander McQueen’s McQ label).
Watch his final menswear collection for Pringle to see what a talented designer Carr is.
Saturday, July 13, 2013
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
It's time to welcome Puasa and the upcoming Hari Raya. How are we making it special? With a bunch of wonderful promotions!
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Tuesday, July 9, 2013
Perfect white linen is a smart way of staying cool in the heat of sweltering days. Jade buttons and the Mandarin collar add a certain je ne sais quoi to this versatile blouse from Shanghai Tang. Balance the loose silhouette with printed skinny pants for a day or night.
Sunday, July 7, 2013
Thursday, July 4, 2013
Part of the new 'French Wave' (along with Maje, Sandro, Zadig & Voltaire, among others), Iro has become incredibly popular both and France and internationally in the last few years. Clever ruching makes this Iro design supremely flattering. The abstract print diverts the eye away from any—ahem—problem areas, while the soft, very slightly stretchy silk creates a comfortable fit. Just add killer heels (or sexy flats) and you're good to go!
Launched in 2004 by brothers Laurent and Arik Bitton, Iro’s energetic, exciting clothing are inspired by the trendy, jet-setting crowd. Iro has been one of the French fashion scene’s biggest success stories of late, currently operating stores in Paris and New York, as well as new boutiques in Marseille and Beirut. The mixture of streetwear and luxury influences has proved a recipe for success, so much so that Iro began offering menswear last year. Incidentally, Iro owes its name to the Japanese word for ‘colour’.
Monday, July 1, 2013
Founded in 1945 by Carmen de Tomasso (a.k.a. Madame Carven — soon-to-be 104 years old and still alive and stylish!), French fashion house Carven originally specialised in modern clothing for hip, young Parisienne women. With Madame Carven’s retirement (at the age of 84, no less), the brand too seemed to have gone quietly into retirement. Fortunately, the house got a second lease of life in 2009 with the appointment of game-changing designer Guillaume Henry (a Givenchy and Paul Ka alumni). Thanks to Henry’s critically-acclaimed creative direction and fresh, preppy-cool RTW creations, Carven is again riding the wave of popularity.
It is said that Carven dresses always come with a wink, so make this delightful piece—featuring the smoothest-ever silk fabric and a queenly postage stamps pattern—your go-to look for unique styling. Play to the ladylike aesthetic with a little black cardi and pointy pumps, wearing your hair up to showcase the cool collar.
South Korean sweetheart Son Ye Jin in Carven.
After just one season under Henry, distribution for the once nearly forgotten house of Carven grew from 70 to 180 retailers (including 10 Corso Como, Colette, Dover Street Market and Opening Ceremony). When the most influential fashion women are not only wearing it (Alexa Chung, Natalie Massenet), but telling everyone how much they love it, you’ve got to know the label is seriously happening.
Guillaume Henry's No.1 fan Alexa Chung wears her favourite Carven dress in the series opening of 24 Hour Catwalk (Lifetime, Astro Ch 709, every Wednesday 8pm).
Expanding to keep pace with rapid growth: Carven's newly opened flagship store in Omotesando, Tokyo is its biggest to date.