Stepping into colours.18:32
What I wore this weekend: Camden Market bag, Zara Dress, Vintage top, Miss Selfridge Shirt, Vintage Jacket. I think layering will be a key feature blooming into my looks-- I just can't get enough of that style seen in AW11 catwalks.
Finally it's half term ( a very long awaited one). I began the break with going to see Crystal castles with Amy, dyeing my hair and 5 hours of Art work-which is still incomplete. First of all I just need to scream out (via my keyboard) how amazing crystal castles was! Alice Glass sadly had a broken foot, yet due to the whole 'Sex and drugs and rock 'n' roll' image, it didn't stop her from blasting out a rad performance. Alice hobbled along to the beet, whilst she then jumped on the amps and into the crowd- with just one foot free. No words can express how AMAZING it was (plus I just had to add, Amy and I, plus a few more of the crowd; were very much entertained with the group of people that danced in front of us.) The rest of the week ahead will hopefully be just as good; with meet ups, trips to central London and much more frequent blog posts (hopefully one at least every other day!). Now I have to go and finish my Art piece, which is looming right in front of me -- and as is the charcoal on my hands.
To end the posts this week I'll be adding a favourite AW11 collection of mine:
Image from Style.com
Acne AW11: With a metallic sheen, contrasting textures and layering; it feels as if the collection was made for me. Reminding me very much of a futuristic version of a 1960's woman with the use of shapes. The collection depicted more sensibility than other Acne collections, but boy is there so much you can do with the pieces.
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