With New York Fashion Week in full swing, it’s time to get some fashion inspiration for fall. I recently was spoiled with a little Hermès present, a golden bit scarf ring.Many ways to wear this piece of beauty, but these are my favorite ways to style it!
You can easily wrap a scarf around your waist and tie it up with the scarf ring.We love some creative arm candy, so when you have a small scarf (the best way to style this is a Hermès twilly model), you can also use the bit as a bracelet.And off course you can also wear your scarf the traditional way. These two styles will make the bit a real eye-catcher.
Equestrian Scarf Ring by Hermès
1st scarf (black) by Gucci //2nd scarf (yellow) by Gucci //3th scarf (baby blue) by Burberry // 4th scarf (pink) by Burberry
Say the name Moncler and you probably think of the typical down jacket, winterboots, snow, skiing and cosy winter moments. Well, let’s change that view, Moncler steps into the world of elite equestrian with their “Gamme Rouge ” collection by Giambattista Valli.
Quilted warm-up jackets, heritage checks, and rugged tweeds came with sporting attitude.
Moncler is doing a great job by making the brand more trendy with the continued taste for mixing technical performancewear with high fashion.
How beautiful is this painting of the collection? (by @thecartorialist)
Like always, Paris Grand Palais was the decor for the show.
Let this be the way we’ll dress next winter!
The New York Fashion Week is in full force, so time for us to bring back some memories of extraordinary equestrian fashion items.
Worn by Lady Gaga, abhorred by animal lovers but worth talking are the “Hoof Heels” created by German artist Iris Schieferstein.
For many years the fashion taxidermist worked with dead animals as raw material for her pieces of art. With her collection, she gives us a whole other view on dead fragments.
If you are a fan or not, at least you can say she is pretty original.Also Alexander McQueen was inspired by this theme and made a similar collection in 2012.
For us, a regular pair of riding boots will do 😉
Photo credits by www.virtualshoemuseum.com