(photos: American Apparel)
Beyond obsessed with this skirt. Actually just the entire outfit. Also, I cannot get enough of white on white, if that was not painfully (or wonderfully?) obvious already.
My first project for Introduction to Fashion at SCAD was a trend report, which entailed coming up with a trend and creating a 6-10 page book of that trend, called a trend report. This is mine, entitled “Luxurious Anonymity”.
My inspiration for this trend came from many sources. I am constantly reading about the circus that Fashion Week has become, and how many of those in the industry are starting to wish that they could be anonymous, so that they could do their jobs, and not be followed and hounded by aggressive photographers and bloggers. Another source of inspiration for my trend report was nature. I have begun to see more and more often that people are going back to nature, and wanting to be more healthy and live better lifestyles. I tried to embody this in my trend report, with soothing, natural colors and organic shapes, all while keeping the overall design simple and clean. But while many are wishing to be more healthy and remain anonymous, they still want luxury. Thus, Luxurious Anonymity.
As usual, it’s been a while. I’m embarrassed by how long it’s been since I’ve posted on here, but it’s really almost impossible for me to keep up with this blog while I’m in school. I’m going to try harder, though. Promise.
Lately I’ve really been feeling the pressure to make business cards. I’ve been feeling sort of inspired lately, and I decided to try to create some designs. This is the first one I came up with, and I’m actually pretty happy with it. More to come soon.
My winter break so far consists solely of laying around, drinking coffee, and finding pretty new music. I can’t complain.
Jeans, tee, and shoes: Target Sweater: DKNY Jeans Watch: Fossil
(Pictures by me)
Needless to say, it’s been an embarrassingly long time since I’ve posted. I tried, but I couldn’t ever seem to find the time to post in Savannah. Homework in college is more time-consuming than I anticipated, and it managed to eat up every second of time I had in the ten weeks I spent there. I’m back home for seven weeks though, and I have more spare time than I can wrap my head around. Thus, keeping up with my blog should not be a problem. Just to catch you up, I have posted a little collage of the last two and a half months of my life. It would be impossible to describe all the memories I made, but hopefully some of the photos do give you at least a hint of all that I was able to experience.
(All pictures by Kelia and me.)