A gradient of military green has been marching down the fashion week runway. From Rag & Bone’s utilitarian parkas to Marc Jacob’s desert fatigues to Jason Wu’s abstract and modern take on camouflage to Gucci’s brigade inspired jackets and dresses, designers have inspired us with spring’s new neutral.
Rebecca Atwood caught our attention last year with the debut of her hand printed pillows and framed prints. Her Shibori dyeing technique and use of neutral tones and fibers had us smitten, and it comes as no surprise that her work has us under her spell once again. Her fall collection debuted earlier this week with a new line of hand dyed pillows, limited edition art prints created in collaboration with Stampa, and hand dyed fabric by the yard. You can imagine how excited that last bit of information has us here at HonestlyWTF, because that can only mean dozens of DIYs in the future . . .
Like birds of a feather, the fringed fashionistas have flocked together at fashion week. We love the movement and the addition of boho-inspired fringe and in fact, the longer, the better! Be it on your jacket, shirt, belt, handbag, or even your jeans, bring on the fringe for fall.
Whether it be a high waisted midi silk skirt, floor length chiffon dress overlay or just a subtle accent to an ensemble, we’re sure to see lots of accordion pleats come spring. These narrow folds add such graceful fluidity and movement, we’re already shopping for pleated skirts to add to our fall wardrobes!
After moving to Paris from Hong Kong, photographer Michael Wolf was concerned about photographing the street life, confining himself to any typical clichés. So he took his camera lens to higher ground and was able to capture the incredibly dense landscape of Parisian rooftops. They’re so abstract, they almost look like paintings . . . honestly, amazing.