Monday, 18 February 2013

today i love... holographic accessories

1. Kzeniya sharp holographic clutch / £180
2. Topshop holographic phone sleeve / £8
3. H&M clutch / £14.99
4. Carrera Sole wayfarer sunglasses / £99
5. Proenza Schouler holographic leather card holder / £125
6. Stella McCartney iPad case / £145
7. Proenza Schouler PS11 mini classic holographic bag / £1,335
8. Topshop nails in Hidden Treasure / £6

The best and most prolific fashion trends often sneak up on you at a moment's notice, taking you by surprise and instilling in you a sudden, urgent and overwhelming need to dress a certain way or carry a certain accessory. So it is with holographic accessories. Originating from the ever brilliant minds of Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez of Proenza Schouler, out of nowhere this trend seems to have taken on a life of its own. I can't move for seeing love for Proenza's ridiculously beautiful holographic PS11 splashed all over the internet. And I am wholeheartedly a member of this crew. I have always been partial to a shiny accessory or two (I am still obsessed with my dazzling silver H&M Fashion Against Aids clutch) and now I have fallen inexorably in love with the above mirror-like beauties. There's something so brilliantly attention-grabbing, outfit defining and above all fun about them. Let me tell you, if money were no object I would be toting that PS11 around fashion week (over the Kenzo neon lime sweater, incidentally) with a huge smile on my face. Sadly, that's not financially viable, but I will most certainly be popping into H&M to pick up the lovely cheap version and join the mass of bloggers worshipping at its shiny feet. All hail the holograph, I say.

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  1. nice sunglasses !!

  2. Love the H&M clutch - just in my price rang!

    Be great if you could check out my 1st blog giveaway here where you could win MAC, Jewellery plus other goodies.

    And also my latest outfit post here

    Thanks! Charlie xx

  3. The Stella McCartney iPad case is so cool!


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