February is usually considered a quiet month. The holiday season is officially over and we lull ourselves into another year. For me, however not so much - it's been my busiest February yet! As London Fashion Week officially came to a close and Milan once again opened its digital doors - here are the top 5 fashion moments from the week with RUSSH.
Camilla and Marc Dinner
Courtesy of Camilla and Marc
Reminiscent of the heady Caviar Kaspia dinners Camilla and Marc hosted (when we could actually attend Paris Fashion Week), we gathered at Bambini Trust for a Parisian inspired evening styled by Christelle Scifo to celebrate their new collection aptly titled Nostalgia. Guests showcasing the collection included model Lili Sumner, actor Madeline Madden, musician Sloane Peterson, Sabrina Dhowre along with skin genius Melanie Grant and newly announcement editor of Vogue China Margaret Zhang. Our favourite looks from the collection include the denim, worn doubled up and the layered suiting as worn by creative direction Camilla Freeman-Topper herself.
Celine's New Triomphe Shoulder Bag
Courtesy of Celine
Today marks the exact date that Celine will release a new shoulder bag in an entirely new shape. With its prominent feature in Celine's SS 21 show, some of you may have already clocked it. Available in an array of pastels, natural calfskin and Celine's Triomphe Canvas, the new style sports a shorter strap for that perfect underarm tuck.
Pina Bausch, A Fashion Moment For A Fashion Icon
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No icon is more deserving of this space (and time) than Pina Bausch. This week I revisited the documentary, PINA by Wim Wenders and wanted to highlight her stylish moments as for me personally, Pina Bausch embodies everything of a dream woman. A dancer and choreographer from Germany, Pina became a big influence in 70s. Dance that is reverent, dramatic, breathtakingly beautiful and moving - her style, from personal to on stage, remains magically unmatched.
Favourite Backstage Moments From Milan Fashion Week
This week we welcomed in Fendi, Alberta Ferretti, Max Mara and Prada with the opening of Milan Fashion Week. We were greeted with a new luxe with shows that paraded camel hair, sheers, pinstripes and looks garnished with gold. Backstage moments were intimate but suspenseful, a true insight into the quiet before the storm.
Ethical Made Easy
Courtesy of Ethical Made Easy
"Every time you spend money, you’re casting a vote for the kind of world you want” – Anna Lappe.
Ethical brand and resource directory, Ethical Made Easy just launched their e-commerce platform this week officially offering a one-stop shop to ethical living and consuming. The site amplifies conscious voices within the fashion industry offering shoppers a piece of mind and guilt free perusing. With a line up Australian and New Zealand lifestyle brands like Hakea, Seer and Wilde and Outland Denim with also a vast selection of vegan accessories for the conscious customer.
Wrapping up this week, see you all next Friday x