As a fashion writer, Paris is where it all starts and ends. It is a continuous concoction of fashion, thriving and developing and keeping the magical essence that it will always have. You have the buzz of haute couture, and the development of soon to be high-luxury houses.
London Fashion Week has always been the breeding ground for new designers, young designers and a reigning position for renowned designers to showcase their new outlook on fashion, or atmosphere that they are going to take a house into.
Fashion bloggers are known to have an infinite income of clothes. Once a piece has been seen on a blog post, or around a week old the piece is then classed as - "old" and thrown to the back of the closet. The problem with this is that it seems that the only way to become a "successful blogger" is by continually having an infinite income of clothes to put in blog posts, and then never wear again.
Instead of dressing to the stereotypical disco and debauchery of the Seventies, creating the more subtle version of the era can be easy. Think David Bowie during his Berlin years, that is the way you can make the trend ready for the 9-5 day. Leave the obvious behind and be ready to modernise an era.
Among the many things that the millennial woman often struggles with, one of those is confidence. In a beauty-driven generation, in which your appearance is perceived to have the most importance, many women often struggle with accepting the skin that they are in.