Stella Jean fuses ethnical influences with daily silhouettes like no other. She keeps the right balance between wearable kitsch and oriental hand-made craftsmenship – warm wool chunky knits embroidered with Hindu jewels; beige A-shaped skirt with hand-painted illustrations; kimono wool cut and made in Tibet; silk pajamas with cozy prints of Taj Mahal. For AW15 Stella, together with Ethical Fashion Group, debuted bags – made in ethical way in India from papier mache. Although this might sound a bit crazy, but the bags are really good in it’s design and durability. If talking of the jewellery, it exudes with tropical heat,
In Milan, Stella Jean is strongly valued not only by the store buyers, but also by women which really wear her absolutely fantastic designs for casual occasions. Re-seeing the clothes after the Milan Fashion Week was a real pleasure of mine! Here are more photos taken by me.
After capturing the spirit of its iconic boutique with the Eau du Trente-Quautre perfume, Dyptique has now unveiled a collection of miscellaneous products. Offering both liquid and solid perfumes, with a new Essence Insensée released each season, as well as scented candles and diffusers to fill your home with gentle fragrance. The brand has also branched out with an artistic line of stationery, presenting notebooks, cards and a calendar with geometric motifs. It’s simple, we want it all. The fragrances are very oriental, and remind us the smell of Arabian souks… and the photographs of these beauties make us certainly drool!