Translating runway looks and fashion trends into interiors and tabletops has always been the way I approach design. But, what most people don't know is that I do the opposite when it comes to getting dressed in the morning.
I've always been able to grasp interior design way more than fashion. So, where else would I get my fashion inspiration from than some of my favorite spaces?
No, this is not my loft (I wish!) but rather the home and showroom belonging to my neighbors at Codor Design. And when we decided to have a shoot there a couple of months ago, we ended up drawing a lot of inspiration from the interior, which got me thinking about how fun this would be for a series!
For spring, this jacket has become one of my must-have pieces. I love the combo of a sporty bomber with a feminine pencil skirt that shows off the curves.
Translating interiors into fashion is not so much about the overall look or mimicking every little piece, but rather drawing from details, moods, and palettes. The outfit very much calls out the mix of glamour and comfort in the space, but mostly takes its color cue from the large scale painting in the room...
With so much blue, we wanted to add that pop of teal to break things up while still keeping it monochromatic. The gold touch was obviously necessary, and this jacket was absolutely perfect for it. Gold jewelry also helped add to the detail. A bright orange lip adds a little punch, just as the coral and rust in the painting does to help break up all the blue!