If you know me and my situation, I'm in the midst of bouncing around. I mean actually physically bouncing around with all my belongings like a little well-dressed gypsy. I'm looking for a permanent home and while I'm on the hunt, I'm moving around temporary homes while simultaneously getting my ducks in a row to prepare for this big move. With about 2.5 months to find, offer and officially purchase this perma-home...
I think most of us have been there… Actually, I’m pretty sure it’s the vast majority who feels the same way about Fashion Week..let alone NYFW. Fashion Week for me is like putting #FOMO x #BROKE together for me. But don’t let the prestige of designer pieces or top bloggers mingling with celebrities and socialites get you down. Let this be a time to motivate everyone who’s not attending fashion week to be extra bold and experimental! Then you can blame social media and fashion week all together when you need a good excuse to wear that pink fur coat or that military hat I see Chiara Ferragni sporting.
Speaking of Fashion Week...
I'm short with words for today's post but filled with beautiful photographs. I found a little piece of Europe in Toronto I'd like to share with you guys. Nothing seems to scream wanderlust and holding onto my Europe trip virginity more than these photos.
I'm currently getting my ducks in a row so I'll write more next time!
I had the great privilege to speak with Emilie Le Corre, partners with widely-known French interior designer, Guillaume Alan. He is not only known for his luxurious, serene and contemporary aesthetic, who's body of work includes the likes of Tom Ford, Yves Saint Laurent, Dior and Chanel but has also opened his own studio at the bright age of 24. In other words, Alan has the ability to blend classic 18th century decor with modern, contemporary edge flawlessly. What went from merely pinning images of beautiful spaces Alan has created on my Pinterest board to posting on my blog... to hosting a brief Q&A with talents, Guillaume Alan and Emilie Le Corre.