collection, Color, FW 16-17, Mens, women

Kenzo x H&M

Ecstatic prints from this major collaboration 

With just over three months to go until Kenzo’s collaboration with H&M drops in stores, the brand has released the first three images from the lookbook—and from the looks of things, fans should look forward to color, prints, and a whole lot of personality. The collaboration is slated to launch in store on November 3 this year.

ann sofie johansson with carol lim and humberto leon

“We can’t wait to share with everyone the world of KENZO x H&M, with all of its creativity, fun and love of fashion,” said Ann-Sofie Johansson, creative advisor at H&M, which revealed the collaboration would entail menswear, womenswear and a selection of accessories.

accessories, fashion, shoes, Spring/ Summer 16, Steal the style, street style

Interesting match

How to style a printed dress with your favorite white sneakers 

The glorious white on your sneakers is still one. The sporty chic style needs sneakers to be compleated. So the must have pairs are a white one and a black one.

Find more white sneakers besides the obvious most wanted (adidas superstar)

Even though they are not white, i love this look

long vest with sneakers

accessories, collection, Color, fashion, shoes, Spring/ Summer 16, Steal the style, women

H&M Studio Collection

The adventurous new collection

The theme of H&M Studio SS16 is journeys; as a way of life, from finding yourself in the city to travelling into the unknown. The mix of functionality (drawstring details, hoodies and leggings) and a bohemian femininity (prints, throw-on layers and floaty dresses) is essential in the collection.

Find the collection in the H&M stores from February 25th.

Color, design, fashion, Spring 2015, style, Summer 2015, women

The talented Mr Pilotto

Vibrant digital prints  by Peter Pilotto 

Peter Pilotto, the London-based womenswear label best known for its vibrant digital prints.  Since 2007, Peter Pilotto, the London based label has been steadily growing their business and garnering a loyal world-wide clientele. This organic growth has proved resilient – so much so that the company has recently expanded and moved into a new spacious studio in the East end of London where Joyce was fortunate enough to conduct the interview.


Ancient Greek Sandals, known for its classic, timeless shapes and smooth, foot-friendly leather, Peter Pilotto, known for the brand’s colorful, graphic designs and soft feminine silhouettes. The result: the shapes you know and love made all the more dynamic by multicolored printed leathers, silicon flowers, and strapped panels in hues straight from the Mediterranean (to the knee or mid-calf), with pops of cobalt, orange, and lime green inspired by vintage pinball machines and board games and contrasting black-and-white designs