Showing posts from January, 2015

Luck of the Irish

DETAILS  I  Coat: Karen Millen  I  Sheer Top: DVF   I  Fur Vest: Adrienne Landau  I  Pants: Topshop  I  Bag: Alexande


Photography by: Meagan Weatherby Photography 

Jacket: Malika Couture  I  Sheer Top: DVF  I  Jeans: Rag & Bone  I  Boots: Alexander Wang  I  Bag: Givenchy  I  Scarf: Versace  I  Sunnies: Chanel  I  Beaded Bracelet: Bellafusion  I  Red Bracelet: Balenciaga  I  Studded Bracelet: Oak + Fort 

I have wanted to shoot at The Bow in Calgary, Alberta ever since its inception in 2012. The 58 story skyscraper is the tallest Canadian building outside of Toronto. The preliminary  blueprint was to make it even taller, however, after the initial environmental survey was completed, it was discovered that the original height of the building would cast a large shadow over the Bow River, thus negatively effecting the local ecosystem. The building has a unique look with the triangular and rounded shapes that comprise the the exterior. The interior is also very cool with sky gardens and stairwells on the outer glass walls. Each level is marked with a corresponding international landmark displaying the co…

Oxblood Accents

Photography by: David Brown 

Jacket: Top Shop  I  Crop Top: Wilfred  I  Skirt: NeonRose  I  Fleece Tights: Atmosphere  I  Toque: Atmosphere  I  Bag: Alexander Wang  I  Short Necklace: Bellafusion  I  Long Necklace: Oak + Fort  I  Bracelet: Balenciaga  I  Shoes: Ferragamo 

The best thing about living in England is exploring the neighbourhoods that are full of charming buildings. The residential areas are filled with row houses made of old brick and  colourful accents which display the character and detail of this old English city. 
Fall and Winter are the perfect seasons for mixing in a bold colour with black or white looks.  Oxblood has always been one of my top colours for F/W. The rich colour creates a powerful look when worn from head to toe, or an accent which I styled for this look.

One of my top accessories for fall/winter/spring is a great beanie. This beanie/toque caught my eye with the fun oversized pompom. The icy temperatures in Canada and cold winds and rain in England make kn…

Parisian Stripes

Wool Coat: Karen Millen  I  Jeans: Rag & Bone  I  Striped Sweater: Theory  I  Silk Cream Blouse: Funktional  I  Leather Boots: Gucci     Beanie: All Saints  I  Scarf: Burberry  I  Bag: Alexander Wang  I  Gloves: Danier  I  Sunnies: Chanel 

Paris is always a good idea. My partner and I decided to spend our first New Years together (in three years) in Paris. I have only been to Paris in Summer/Fall, so it was nice to experience the festive decor, food trucks and outdoor christmas carnivals. As it was his first time visiting, we covered all the touristy stuff and then went on our own adventures around the city.  Ringing in the New Year at the Eiffel Tower was a magical finish to the year and a great start to 2015. On New Years day we locked our engraved lock on Pont des Arts - we had to do all the cliche couple things ;).  Several of my favourite things are encompassed in this one city; stunning architecture, chic fashion, great food and lots of love. 
Classic, chic and feminine are the …