So long, New York! We're now on to #LondonFashionWeek!
Photo: Laydee Kaye Photography
Jacket and cami: ASOS | Nathni (nose ring): Gossip Pearl Mughal Nathni - Miraya | Striped palazzos: Forever 21 | Bag: Kate Spade
As we move from Fall to Autumn (see what I did there?!), I can’t help but wonder what the McQueens, Westwoods, and Beckhams of the world have in store for us! The reason I’m (overly) thrilled about London and Paris Fashion weeks dates back to a year ago; I took a History of Fashion class where we extensively explored European fashion all the way from the Victorian Era. Since I’ll be tuning in virtually through the Runway app, I decided to have a French-chic-meets-Brit-edgy moment here on my blog!
A ribbed-sleeve leather jacket was a no-brainer over this basic ASOS cami, but I recently noticed that I have shelved my regulars aka skinny jeans and leggings! They’ve been replaced by looser fits, and no-stretch pants. I think that definitely brings in a luxe vibe to my outfits. Another style hack of the year: incorporate stripes into an eclectic outfit pairing for an effortless look!
So there you go, this is what I’d wear if I were attending London Fashion Week IRL. Also, I wouldn’t be me if I didn’t brighten up my outfit with some statement bling, right?
Anyway, I'll definitely be watching these shows live or through the app - Simone Rocha, Burberry, Topshop, Maison Margiela, J.W.Anderson, Temperley, Mary Katrantzou, Victoria Beckham, OSMAN, and Ashish. I know that's a long list, which is why I'll be posting bite-sized reviews per usual on my Instagram stories, so if you're curious or as easily enthused as me, you know where to get your #LFW coverage!
Until next time,
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Miraya originated as a concept magazine for a Publishing class, but much of it now exists online and has been adapted for this blog. The core remains intact, and that is to explore the changing landscape of contemporary Indian fashion through the international lens, engaging readers in a creative juxtaposition between tradition and modernity. It is spearheaded by the Founder and Creative Director, Namrata Loka.
Namrata R. Loka
Founder & Creative Director