Tuesday, 19 February 2013

Valentino exhibition

As we all know Valentino is one of the most incredible designers of all times and he is most famous for his RED dresses. We are so lucky to have his exhibition here in London in Somerset House. It is available for everyone and I highly recommend it to all of you that are interested in designing or just for those who love art and beauty. However if you wish but you can't come to see the exhibition you can always download 'Valentino Garavani Museum' straight to your computer and get a hint of what you could see inside. There were variation of dresses from 1950's as well as as those a little less vintage. You could get a closer sight of them and see all the perfect combinations and decorations on all of the dresses with a description of who worn them as well as description of the material used and all other details. It was a really joy-full experience for an artist of fashion lover like myself. Only disadvantage was that taking pictures was not allowed and so I can't post them on my blog and show them to you but now, you have a motivation to see it for yourself but you need to be quick because it ends 3rd March 2013.

KeelaFAB ;-*

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Hey guys! Today is the last day of London's Fashion Week. It's sad that it is only 5 days as for me it's one of the  5 most inspiring days in whole year. London's streets are full with crazy fashionistas... Those chic ones, edgy ones , match-matchy ones 'must have' ones as well as those 'must embellish' ones. Almost everyone brings something into our fashion society, new ideas, inspirations or just sometimes confusion. It's so refreshing to see all the bright colours and patterns on streets again after long winter, misty with a hint of blue/lilac/lichen and creamy white, bunt orange and candy-floss pink rule on the streets. However London has made colour its own, ''... is the idea that winter coat doesn't have to be black any more,'' says Vogue fashion director Lucinda Chambers. ''Fashion seems to become seasonless. People buy what they fall in love with. Because of the shake-up with print, none of the London designers is afraid of colour. And they know how to experiment with embellishment.'' And I really hope you will follow these and won't be afraid of bright colours and experimentations within your own original style.

 KeelaFAB ;-)

Monday, 18 February 2013


Jackets are definitely my favourite part of my wardrobe and they take most of my space in there. I love them so much because you can wear them with everything and still look good. However mixing up this season's monochrome with BRIGHTS are the perfect way for short-cut to stylish look. Bright accents will add some energy to the casual look. Mixing black and white clothes with the accent of a bright or graphic print accessory is the must-have for me! I chose bright pink jacket.  I can't forget to mention about my newest and already favorite ,second  must-have in your wardrobe which is the holographic clutch. It is amazing how many people that I meet in the shops, supermarket ,underground or just street say, 'I love your bag!'.

Bag: MOHITO, Watch: DKNY, Earrings: DIVA , Skirt: Miss Selfridges, Top: TOP SHOP, Jacket: ZARA, Shoes: KURT GEIGER, Tights: TOP SHOP