DIOR : This is a pink/ivory silk Christian Dior SS2000 Runway Saddle halter top by John Galliano. John galliano is considered to be one of the most talented designers of all time & a living legend in the fashion industry. He definitely knows how to create an iconic fashion moment. All of his designs are timeless and astounding. This vintage top is from the year 2000 yet it can still be worn and be deemed as fashionable today. These mid wash folded knee ripped jeans are from Pretty little thing. Many people see ripped jeans as trashy because they were worn by poor individuals who couldn’t afford new clothes but as time has passed, they have become trendy and stylish. I prefer this style rather than the ones with massive holes created in them, as there is another layer of denim underneath. To complete the look I also added a Chanel SS19 Cotton, beige, mixed fibre handbag (the colours of the lined pattern on the bag is raspberry pink & light pink and they match the pattern on the top) as well as a “Y2K” Christian Dior sunglasses and Tom Ford padlock metal heels to add a hint of sophistication.
Everything Gucci : I decided to match This turquoise & light pink Gucci cotton blend jacquard jacket along with a skirt of the same material and brand. This set isn’t limited to a certain era, this outfit that I have made could be worn in the 60s or today and that’s what I love about Gucci’s designs. They are innovative and timeless. The Gucci logo has become affiliated with luxury and sophistication. The high quality and creative ready-to-wear is part of what makes Gucci a luxury symbol. I also decided to add light pink Gucci SS19 buckled pumps to match the monogram print that is on this ensemble along with Gucci “Running G” 18KT white gold diamond earrings and a plain white cropped ribbed top from NET-A-PORTER.
Amber Valletta, Kate Moss and Bridget Hall for Vogue, 1994 by Herb Ritts