March Proust: Feiping Chang

Your symbol of high fashion – Confidence coupled with flair You favourite fabric — Ponte, tulle, leather Your favourite colour — Gold, black and cream The collection you will never forget — Olivier Theyskens for Nina Ricci FW2009, Tom Ford for Gucci SS2002, John Galliano for Dior Couture SS2007, Christophe Decarnin for Balmain SS2009, Alexander … Continue reading

February Proust: Blue Carreon

Your symbol of high fashion – Looking chic without any trace of affectation. Not even ironic affectation. Your favourite fabric – Italian cashmere. Your favourite colour – The colors in my closet – grey, brown, navy and orange The collection you will never forget – Burberry Prorsum Spring 2006. To this day I still covet … Continue reading

Almost here…

Fall/Winter might be the season that carries the most clout, but Spring/Summer has always been my personal favorite. Can’t wait ’til March! Until then, here’s a taste of what’s to come…. Balenciaga (Gisele Bündchen shot by  Steven Meisel) Chloé (Iselin Steiro and Malgosia Bela shot by David Sims) Giuseppe Zanotti (Anja Rubik shot by Inez & … Continue reading

Welcome back, Mr. Ford

  Images via Vogue, Frillr, Harper’s Bazaar UK, Models.com  

December Proust: Arne Eggers

Your symbol of high fashion – Being cool without quite realising it. You favourite fabric – Good cashmere. Your favourite colour – Hermès orange. Maybe not great to wear, but perfect on the boxes! The collection you will never forget – Chanel’s Spring 2009 collection where Lagerfeld turned the Petit Palais in Paris into a … Continue reading

November Proust: Vivian Ho

Your symbol of high fashion — Discreet taste and elegance You favourite fabric — Shearling…light, warm, soft and luxe to sink into during winter. Bliss. Your favourite colour — Black, taupe, charcoal grey The collection you will never forget –McQueen, Tom Ford for Gucci – those hipster pants and the horsebit buckle, the tailoring The … Continue reading

Hello world!

I thought I’d start the blog off with a dose of Tom Ford. As always, he gives us a little more than we bargained for…Hitchcock, anyone?