Every now and then the exhilarating feeling of the island breeze tickling our sunkissed skin gives us a little cool sensation in the smoldering heat. Pool days spent in the midst of wondrous nature and architecture in post-modern colonial style with a hint of ethnic heritage call for according attire. The flirty, glamorous appeal of retro-inspired swimwear has an almost timeless allure as it is most functional and flattering on virtually any body. Show Me More…
Being the true treasure trove of natural beauty that the island of Bali is, the unrivaled views of the dense jungle are enough to swerve you to just go with the flow, letting your senses guide you. Following this trail of curiosity, one can never know what the day may bring, thus versatile ensembles that pass as day to evening wear will suffice where ever we end up. The archetypal singlet and shorts are glammed up with a blazer and dress shoes for him, while a slinky cocktail dress with draped gather detail still retents its allure paired with some elegant sandals for her. Turquoise and teal are the key to this colorful expression of sophistication.
Swept away by the soothing sax notes played from the treble clef, our svelte ensembles hint at the pivotal times when 70’s uptown fashion evolved into the early 80’s sophisticated jet-set guise. The sheer finesse of the elegant silhouettes feature a wide-legged palazzo pant with slinky wrap-front blouse for her, flanked by a slim fit shirt and effortless skinny trousers for him. All drenched in a vibrant fuse of jewel tones, fashion is a way of saying who you are without having to speak.
We were quite jubilant to see a true seventies revival throughout current spring collections, following warm colour stories and retro-chic elements. We jump right on the bandwagon with ensembles in brown, beige and bronze hues paired with a classic dark denim jacket for him, alongside the hip hugging, high-waisted corduroy skirt and fluffy coat for her. Cognac brogues, octagonal sunglasses and a floppy hat finish these groovy looks.