>> Along with seemingly EVERY media outlet out there, I too have not escaped from a poorly constructed title, which infers to that phenomenally successful book, which we shall not name.  These photos were taken when we were crying for sun back at the beginning of summer, weirdly fitting for Helmut Lang's A/W 12-3 stormy collection of tree prints, hellfire reds and their now-signature leathers and draped pieces.  They've just launched their Guest Blogger's Series with myself, Street Peeper and Chic Muse being the first guinea pig participants.  I took a few of my favourite things from the collection and they all somehow fitted in with the tinges of grey that my N7 hood is most capable of projecting.  Holloway Road doesn't do pretty save for the Thierry Henry statue outside the Emirates Stadium.  It does kebab shops, Gooner pubs and grafittied squat residences – all good spots to be wearing tactile bits of fur-collared leather, draped silk and jersey apparently as well as the pre-requisite puffa jacket.      

Helmut Lang flux fur jacket, Helmut Lang tree collage top, Comme des Garcons skirt, Balenciaga heels

Helmut Lang nitro puffa jacket, vintage Mei Hui dress, Issey Miyake skirt, Nike Lunar Hyperworkout

Helmut Lang drift print dress, Helmut Lang midnight floral wedges, Junya Watanabe trenchcoat

Helmut Lang tree collage top, Helmut Lang Midnight Floral skirt, Dries Van Noten jacket, Anastasia Radevich booties

Comments (27)

  1. Soili says:

    You’re always brilliant in mixing different designers! Compliments, Susie, for the freshness of the proposals!
    All the best

  2. I love your style!!! it’s different and fresh!!!

  3. mariposa says:

    It`s very different! you’re a fashion genie!
    happy weekend from germany

  4. Tara says:

    Your style is so refreshing and completely untempered by trends. I love the Helmut Lang dress in the third photograph and, of course, you wear it brilliantly!
    Best Wishes,

  5. Malu says:

    The Helmut Lang hood. So inspiring shape, so hard, cool for me :))
    Thanks for discovering me Street Peeper!
    A Kiss Susie!

  6. Panna.P says:

    awesome photos πŸ™‚ love Your unconventional style :*

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  8. Lydia says:

    Absolutely in love with look one.

  9. The Provoker says:

    love the the flux coat and drift dress! Can’t wait to see more on how the collab goes ;D

  10. I really love your style! Those last pair of booties, just love them!!

  11. ttea says:

    I like the first outfit the most. I’m not sure if it’s a skirt or a dress, but the colours are amazing.

  12. Aela says:

    ok, I’m literally drooling at your sense of fashion. Amazing!!

  13. Love the last dress. xx

  14. Lilzeon says:

    If Fifty Shades could only be 10% as good as this style, i’d be SO happy πŸ™‚
    inspiring, as usual…

  15. Katy says:

    Think I saw Denni’s post with one of the dresses you wore! nice. xo

  16. sa says:

    You are so much inspiration! <3

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  19. skirtkat@hotmail.com says:

    Ack! So bummed to see fur among all your inspired style πŸ™

  20. susie_bubble says:

    It’s got to be said that I don’t have an anti-fur stance. i’m on the fence in so much that it’s not something I’d choose to buy but I don’t reject it on an aesthetic level if I genuinely think it serves aesthetic purpose. Also, I do believe there is no way of checking out every instance of fur sourcing – there are of course examples where it can be ethically sourced.
    Also if I draw one line at fur, how does leather and certain lambskin products square up then? Toxic fumes of dyes wrecking the environment, damaging the health of human beings working in the factories? Terrible working conditions of factories?
    What I’m saying that holding an anti stance on fur and not on other equally harmful/pertinent issues is just plain deluded…

  21. pandora says:

    I really love your style…

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