T-Shirt: The Industry London c/o | Jacket: Calvin Klein (similar here) | Leggings: TJX (similar here) | Boots: Calvin Klein (similar here) | Handbag: Kenneth Cole ( similar here ) | Sunglasses: Oscar de la Renta
Today I am wearing a screen printed T-Shirt from The Industry London, which I am collaborating with. For those who are not familiar with them, The Industry London is a fashion and commercial modeling agency based out of London. They also recently participated in the Love Designer Fashion Show to kick off the London Fashion Week and merge up and coming designers like Prabal Gurung , Mary Katrantzou , Jennifer Klein , with the classics and vintage pieces from Yves St Laurent, D&G, Marny, DKNY.
Every time I watch the runway shows, I always start to think about how to recreate my own runway look for everyday wear. As we know, runway looks can be really “out there” with some of their designs, proportions, colors. It is very artistic, and that is the main purpose of the runway fashion. But, how do you interpret that art into something wearable for everyday, without looking like a circus clown? I always ask myself that.
Basically, what you have to do is, you have to look at the main theme of the whole collection; whether those are flowers on every weirdly shaped jacket, or jackets that are oversized that look like they could fit a giant. The weirdly shaped flower printed jackets I would interpret that as flower printed jackets, and only concentrate on the print and not the shape of the jacket. Or in the case of an oversized jacket, I would concentrate on the whole idea, of a loose fit, nothing to tight or fitted, and eliminate the overly huge proportion. Hopefully, these few tips helped you in recognizing a theme in a collection and how to interpret that theme and runway’s looks into your everyday fashion.
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