Posts tagged "the editeur designers"
Urban Landscape

Urban Landscape

This season for Milly was all about the urban landscape as a source of inspiration, to be more precise, New York City was the ideal scenario to capture the essence of the city and translate it into fashion . As one of the most influential contemporary fashion brands, Milly feeds from street style to dress contemporary women,...
Polka Dot Fever

Polka Dot Fever

One thing I love about fashion is it’s nostalgic mood swings, how one day designers offer us a glimpse into the future or a journey into the past. Spring fashion seems to have taken many directions, but mostly designers have recurred to graphic lines from the 60′s; stripes, a bit of psychedelia and polka dots, are some of...
My Celebrity Style Crushes

My Celebrity Style Crushes

We’ve had a lot of new arrivals at The Editeur over the past few weeks, which is really making me want to update my wardrobe. I’m getting inspired by two of favourite celebrities and their sartorial choices. The new series of Made in Chelsea started this week and I couldn’t wait to tune in to see all...
Why we are Hopelessly, Emotionally and Essentially Devoted to Equipment

Why we are Hopelessly, Emotionally and Essentially Devoted to Equipment

It’s a Friday confessional. With a week full of Couture shows, designer treats and even a God particle, I haven’t got any washing done. This becomes a bit of a dilemma for me because minus the fashion events and the smoke and mirrors of this seemingly always glamorous business, I really mostly get about the...
Interviewing Rachael Ruddick. Meet Our Latest Hot Designer!

Interviewing Rachael Ruddick. Meet Our Latest Hot Designer!

I admittedly googled ‘Interviews with Rachael Ruddick as soon as I’d left my meeting. I had to know if my own experience interviewing the Aussie force behind the luxury leather handbag designer was the same as um, Vogue’s. I arrived at the Hempel Hotel in London’s Notting Hill wearing a brown (think long, square potato sack) Topshop...
From The Track To The Garden. Wearing Your Way Through The Summer Parties.

From The Track To The Garden. Wearing Your Way Through The Summer Parties.

With the season of summer garden parties and Jubilee celebrations upon us, it’s no wonder you’re sneaking glances online (and outside) during office hours to suss out the hottest on-trend fashion finds of the moment. The glorious weather and amazing line-up of events right here on our doorstep has brought on our excitement for all...

Fancy filly-cles with Laura Apsit Livens Millinery, giddy up with The editeur!

Quiet, passive, demure, yet sensual and seductive; the original Japanese Geisha used beauty and intrigue to entice and inspire the imagination. Traditional Kimono’s were handmade and consisted of intricate silk prints. The beauty was always accentuated with finely applied makeup and hair – often taking up to 2 hours to perfect. The hat for me,...