Monday, 3 September 2018

Estas Bella, Madrid!



Me and my boyfriend went on a Summer break to charming Madrid this July. This was the first time I had visited Spain and I absolutely fell in love. Copious amounts of beautiful people, food, streets and music saturated the city.

The highlight was attending Mad Cool Festival, an alternative rock and electronic music festival on the outskirts of the city centre. I managed to see my favourite artist LP (her music is incredible - check it out here) , and the works of German techno mastermind DJ Koze along with many other amazing artists. Yes, dancing around at midnight in Spain listening to your favourite musicians does feel as dreamy as it sounds.

These photographs bring a lot of happiness to me as it was such a wonderful time away! More moments like this please.

P.S. Outfit deets (Urban Outfitters dress, Office sandals and a beaut woven back from Zara)
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Thursday, 30 August 2018

Take Two


 (hello?.. is this thing on?) 

Many things have changed since last being active on this site. I've just turned 21, the monumental age of reaching adulthood (equally terrifying and exciting).  I now have a degree in Marketing and Management (flyin first class) which is an area I am super interested in and hope to integrate into areas of this site. Many of my passions, views and feelings have altered and grown as I said goodbye to my teenage years. Not to mention I am surrounded by new, inspiring and incredibly loving individuals in my life.


Yet so much is similar: I am still the tiny height of 5ft 1 (and a bit) which brings both it's advantages and challenges. I am still very passionate about the fashion industry creatively. When I can, I travel! Immersing myself in different cultures whilst gaining life-changing knowledge is one of the most rewarding things in my personal life. My devotion for jazz and RnB is still going strong too! With all that has stuck and likewise transformed,  I am moving onto the next chapter in my life after spending three years in university and have decided it is the perfect time to refresh this blog. Especially with Summer coming to an abrupt end thanks to Britain's unpredictable weather: The new month is about to begin and it is all about the fresh start and time to flourish! 

So look forward to new content on here with a mixture of fashion, lifestyle, travel and photography, just like before. Yet get ready for some adjustments to content now I am at a monumental point in my life where change is necessary to be divine and exciting things are about to happen! 


Luce x


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Wednesday, 4 October 2017

PARIS IN THE AUTUMN











Paris through my eyes. A photo gallery.
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Sunday, 16 April 2017

Miu Miu SS17 Campaign | thoughts





"the British photographer works with actress Elle Fanning and a cast of women who represent the ever-shifting spectrum of fashion industry visibility"


With Summer  approaching, I wanted to share my perspective of the 'Suddenly Next Summer' photographs that has been released for Miu Miu's SS17 Campaign. 

Photographer Alasdair McLellan is so contemporary right now through his representation of youth culture with work such as directing The XX 'On Hold' music video and continuous collaboration with I-D publication. The combination of McLellan with stars Elle Fanning, Karen Elson and Lara Stone brings a fresh vision to Miu Miu's vintage inspired campaign. The coastal Malibu setting is romantic and plays on the floral patterns of the styling. With high-waisted fits, art deco graphics and grainy filters sparking 50s vibes. 

(images via: miumiu.com)
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Thursday, 12 January 2017

OUTFIT: WINTER BLUES IN THE CITY

PUFFER URBAN OUTFITTERS JEANS LEVI'S 
JUMPER BRANDY MELVILLE BOOTS OFFICE
This styling is nothing extraordinary. Rather it consists of my winter staples which when put together, create a no-fuss, effortless look that is just what I needed in the minus temperatures of Brussels. Puffer jackets are my life right now. This one is the most practical purchase I have made this past season and the style is slightly cropped with significant puffiness (??) - so it has a sort of edge that I don't usually see with the more slim-line styles. And thanks to Balenciaga for gracing their AW16 show with many-a puffers, i can be both cosy and feel swanky in my threads. Fake it 'till you make it!

Brussels was such an alluring capital that the day trip i spent there was definitely too short for what adventures I could have had. Nonetheless, I made the most of the day by exploring the streets and taking in all the architecture and surroundings. The main area that stood out to me was Grand Place, the central square that dates back to the 12th century with breathtaking details amongst it's art.

Brussels was a beauty. 

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Tuesday, 29 November 2016

OUTFIT: SOUVENIER JACKET



BOMBER, DENIM TOPSHOP | STAN SMITHS | SILK SCARF DKNY
who cares about messy hair when your jacket has a tiger on it? 
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Tuesday, 22 November 2016

Zurich | Switzerland







A photo diary of shots taken in the beautiful City of Zurich. A mixture of graffiti filled streets, minimal modern art-galleries, vintage shopping spots and landmarks. Everything that inspired me whilst there.

tech: Nikon D5100 and 35mm lens 
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Saturday, 12 November 2016

What's Next For Saint Laurent

I consider Saint Laurent to be one of my favourite designer houses. Their previous creative and image director from 2012-2016, Hedi Slimane; used imagery and design in controversial ways that I thought set the designer apart (can we talk about this dreamy editorial featuring Courtney Love). The 70s rocker vibe that came with this was so influential in ready-to-wear fashion and key items such as leather biker jackets and suede ankle boots have become signature to Saint Laurent after the relocation of house from Paris to L.A. However as announced earlier this year,  Anthony Vacarrello will be taking over Slimane's position.

The collection
The collection debuted this Spring during Paris Fashion week and was located in the dignified original Saint Laurent Headquarters surrounding the signature YSL logo beaming on the crowd. It took the original flair that YSL had in the 1980s and adapted it to appeal to the modern-day fashion-consious woman.

From photographs, I felt everything imitated liquid metal. Black was used to compliment dark silvers and chromes; leather and mesh combined for unique textures and lengths were barely-there putting focus on upper bodices. Most were evening-wear inspire looks.

I was particularly intrigued by this statement from his interview with Mark Holgate for Vogue UK about the direction he is taking aesthetically.

"When you say a girl of today, do you mean it’s more casual, is it more about the street?
No, it’s a girl who knows Yves Saint Laurent—maybe she had a mother who wore YSL, or she just knows what he did in the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s, and she is taking those references, and she is mixing it with her own personality and her own wardrobe, to make it personal. She has a lot of respect for the past, but she’s not dressing like she’s stuck in the past, she’s dressed for now."

& you heard about a short film?
Accompanying the Spring17 collection a short film has been released starring American artist Travis Scott (always up for that trap meets hip-hop sound). The short clip peaks in sex-apeal, has a futuristic undertone, androgynous styling and features the electronic beats of Poter Elvinger. Neat.

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