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Wallpaper Mag / Saskia De Brauw by Paolo Roversi / Art direction by Linder / September 2013.

So, I’m kind of obsessed with this strange abstract editorial from Wallpaper, where the most perfect entire white outfits have been covered up with everyday household objects in the name of collage art. It may or may not have been completely sold to me by the Stella McCartney shoes that I’m currently hunting high and low for (any ideas welcome!), but these outfits fill me with joy too. (Note to self – fill wardrobe with even more textured white garments than usual.)

I’m really liking these high necklines at the moment too, weather it’s becauseAutumn/Winter is finally hitting the stores and my brain is making the mental switch from beach to log cabin (or a more english equivalent), but they just look so chic. There are a million Céline polo necks on Yoox at the moment that I’m umming and ahhing over, as well as the slightly odd tops at Zara for the more affordable end; but who can deny that they just want to get their hands on the Walenciaga cracked paint knit? 

Source: Fashion Gone Rogue

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    1. Thank you, but I do want the originals and not the copy! ;P The heel is so much higher too!

  1. The pictures and styling are great. So sad they’ve put those stuff on , they’ve ruined the pictures :(

    1. I have to agree, the collage doesn’t bring anything to the pictures. The outfits are so good, I kind of just want to find the originals images instead! Love, love, love the styling.

  2. This is so amazing!! Thanks for introducing it to us!

  3. the styling is killing me. it’s all so beautiful!! the spoons are kind of cool but they are kind of just there???

    love saskia though!


  4. The Stella shoes are INSANE

    get them

    1. P.S. Have you tried just going to her store on Bond Street?

  5. More textured white, I’m feeling it. I would like to get my hands on that knit but also considering whether the same effect could be achieved with a roll neck… and some paint.

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