A permanent internet connection has finally been established after our third move in three months! So while catching up on work should be on the top of my "to do" list for this grey, rainy day, internet window shopping has pulled me in. And what better place for indulging in a little fantasy shopping than Far Fetch?

Pictured Above:
Comme Des Carcons - Twisted Asymmetric Dress
Vivienne Westwood Red Label - Drape Front Dress
Another Canadian label to get excited about: Noir Bonbon! Their SS'09 collection (pictured above) won me over with styles I would wear day in and day out. If that is a sign of things to come from this young label (just over a year old), then you can expect to hear a lot more about Noir Bonbon.
On top of great, wearable designs, Noir Bonbon is committed to using natural and environmentally friendly fabrics whenever possible.
Above two photos are a sneak-peak of the Fall/Winter '09 collection.

Visit: Noir Bonbon


When I first raved about Sibling, I didn't expect to be wowed to the same extent by future collections. (Colourful sequinsed camouflage cardigan sets? Totally epic!) I was wrong. Spring Summer 10, comprised of knit denim jackets, optical skulls and sequins adorned graphic sweaters, is phenomenal from concept all the way through execution. While the collection remains out of price range for me, it stands as a reminder of the innovation (and fun) possible in knitwear, and fashion as a whole.
And to top it all off, yet another amazing video lookbook to add to my growing collection of favourites. The film was created by design and advertising firm This is Real Art with music by Flairs.

Visit: Sibling
Summer has most definitely said good-bye in Berlin. But, I will continue to avoid the reality of the impeding winter by wistfully browsing light and breezy collections from the Southern Hemisphere, like this one from Australian label myPetsQuare, created by Vicki Lee and Angelique May-Bennett.
Visit: myPetsQuare
Parisian Designer Lovisa Burfitt creates clothing that walks the line of casual and dresses up. Rough fabrics, thin jersey and beautiful silks mixed with perfect finishing and thoughtful handmade details allows for many interpretations of each piece.
All styles pictured above are available to purchase directly from the designer's site.
While I'm sure many magazines and fashion bloggers received the same email this morning, I couldn't resist posting about Nogoy. Designer May Nogoy calls her designs "statement belts" and she's right. Amazing belts that undoubtedly become the center piece of any outfit.
Visit: Nogoy
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