Archive for March 23, 2011

Are You a Wildfox?

For anyone who has not yet discovered the Wildfox brand, you are in for a treat. Tellusfashion absolutely adore their style, and we are sure you will too.

Wildfox Couture is the brainchild of Emily Faulstich and Kimberley Gordon, two childhood friends based Los Angeles, USA. Their brand is inspired by Vintage American knitware, and is already a hit with celebrities due to the well fitting cuts and designs.

The clothes are indefinitely girly; the latest spring collection is heavily inspired by Paris and the beautiful Queen Marie Antoinette. Silks and lace in pale, neutral colours add elegance and glamour to this beautiful collection. Ruffled skirts, delicate layers and intricately detailed tops are the foundation of this feminine line, showing off a fun girl who knows how to dress stylishly.

The brand was established in 2007, and has since progressed from just vintage t-shirts to incorporating tanks, sweatshirts, leggings, dresses and denim into their style.

The White Label is an extension of their brand and was recently launched last season. Essentially a sweater collection, the spring collection now displays sweater dresses and t-shirt dresses.

What is not to love? Go on, be a Wildfox this spring!Images courtesy of Lifelounge.com.au


Georgia May Jagger Puts Her Design Skills to the Test.

Georgia May Jagger, the youngest daughter of Sir Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall, has launched her very own Jeans collection for Hudson Jeans.

 

The 19-year-old followed in her mother’s footsteps and became the face Hudson Jeans back in 2009. She has since put her designing skills to the test and produced a whole new range of leg-ware for the brand. Many of her styles are named after her mother, including styles named Jerry, Faye (her mother’s middle name) and Gonzalez (her mother’s home town).

 

She personally modelled some of her collection in London, Paris and New York, opting for different looks on each occasion. She chose rock glamour whilst presenting them in London and Paris, whilst choosing a more demure look of white jeans, red court shoes and a pink gingham top in New York.

 

She told Vogue.co.uk: “It all started with me looking at pictures of people wearing jeans I admired, like Mum in the Seventies. I always wanted a pair of jeans with lace up the side so it was always an aim to create a pair that incorporated that but were easy to wear. I also really wanted to do mid-rise shapes – I think they look much more flattering. Then I started collecting fabrics and looking at colours.”

 

The collection is currently available to buy at Selfridges. I don’t know about you but us fashion lovers here at Tellusfashion hopes she takes her designing skills further to create different stunning pieces; after all she has already confessed to Vogue that she would like to be able to cut beautiful dresses. Who knows what will be next for Georgia May Jagger, one thing is for sure though; this girl is bound to go far!Images courtesy of thedailymail.co.uk