Design:Maria Sinanoglou, Muffin: Starbucks Christmas Cranberry&Orange
I love fashion avidly. I mean literally. I see it and I seek it everywhere.
In my hands, all looks seem like potential “materials” to make recipes. New recipes. Simple recipes. Possible recipes. I try strange, special, sweet, sweet&sour, salty, delicious, indifferent, democratic, diverse tastes. And guess what, I like them all. In the “kitchen” of style everything is allowed and, this time, I begin to make the menu from the beginning.
Each week, a new creation.
Each recipe, a new moodboard.
Every taste, a new trend.
Our new meeting place is the F.F.C
A digital kitchen where ideas “cook” pictures of everyday style.
Simple as that. The style has a taste and all flavors have style.
This is exactly what I am trying to talk to about using this fluffy cranberry muffin inspired by the minimalist show of London and the “aggressive” Christmas street trends of Paris. The vivid color accents of red and burgundy change their “intensity” depending on how sweet the result has to be while the shades of nutmeg, brown sugar and vanilla invade in the wardrobe to create a convenient basis with coats, skirts and XL jumpers.
December outfits want flour, baking powder, baking soda, whole milk, butter and salt combined with plenty of comfortable lines, loose fabrics, details on collars, sexy cuts, emphasis on the design and monochrome geek chic jackets.
Beat all “ingredients” together in the mixer and stand out from the crowd “deliciously.”
As for the full recipe … learn how to make irresistible muffins with an urban burgundy look here.
Yet, in my case, when I back up my photos/notes/ videos is not always a successful process…
Favourite files are lost in the darkness of my i mac’s update until they decide to “show up” again.
Enthusiasm for the looks of last fashion week in Paris at the magical catwalk stages of my three beloved designers… Akris, Issey Miyake, Jean Paul Gaultier. Coolness meets the theatrical extravaganza, minimal lines “cohabit” with geometric harmony and the post fashion week taste is absolutely familiar … “built with the most creative way your everyday style.” After all that, I join the new f/w 12-13 season with an incredible mood for “exploration” of new stylistic paths of strictly straight line trousers, pointy pumps with maximum 8 points heels, blazers, cozy coats, gloves, hats and XL sweaters. As you assume, my wardrobe is ready to confront all stylish challenges.
p.s My fashion week looks always include biker gloves, see through shirts, sandals with high socks and vintage accessories!
Look 1. H&M jacket. Topshop jeans. Dries Van Noten sandals.
Look 2. MSF Vintage Collection vintage fur coat. Urban Outfitters shirt. H&M leather skirt. Zara sandals. Porto Bello market leather gloves, London.
Look 3. MSF Vintage Collection sequined mini dress. H&M letaher jacket. Harajuku market socks, Tokyo. Dries Van Noten sandals.
From Paris with love