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She Wears it Well

Alice spoke with London based artist Nina Baxter about her current work. Nina creates beautiful geometric paintings, in wonderfully satisfying  colour arrangements. ..

She Wears it Well

@stilettoshades wearing the LISOU Angel One Sleeve Top in Fuschia. Photo credit: Morgane Maurice - @morganetheunicorn_photography      

She Wears it Well

Not only did I receive the above dress with a knock at the door, but the lovely FedEx man aso delivered this super soft, snuggly Draw in Light red sweater (£243).

Now red isn’t a colour I normally go for but I quite like it against the darkness of my locks.  I chose to style this with Lee Stretch Deluxe Jeans (available at Selfridges), as well as my old faithful French Connection boots.  I like to show a bit of ankle with a slight turn up.

This sweater is amazing for many reasons. The fabric is beautifully soft, it’s over-sized (extra comfort), the sleeves are mega long, which look ace scrunched up at the wrist and there are small hand-drawn/silk screen printed symbols dotted sporadically on it.  It really is rather unique and now it’s my go-to sweater when I leave the house. Evenings in Bondi can get a little chilly.



I shall definitely be checking out what they have to offer for the season ahead. I’ve kind of fallen a little bit in love with the brand…

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Young British Designers (YBD)  represent many… talented, creative British designers. Take a little look here at the variety, it’s important to support the talent that is home grown within Great Britain and nurture this.  It’s a great platform for which these creatives can make their mark in the industry. I predict great things for Draw in Light and I can’t wait to see what happens for them, and the other labels next…

 

www.youngbritishdesigners.com

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