Friday, 30 April 2010

Heidi Wikar


I thought I'd treat you all (and my blog) to a little splash of colour, albeit alongside a mass of grey. I always seem to be more attracted to darker, more striking pieces rather than the pop of colour my already grey blog longs for.

Heidi Wikar's A/W 10 designs fulfill my need for the odd and creative along with a nice big dollop of vibrant colour to accompany it. I also love the way the lookbook is set out, with a blurred image next to a normal head to toe shot, it shows a contrast between the two.

They jersey pieces look so comfy and wearable, I'd wear them forever... The puffer jacket-esque pieces are slightly less wearable but equally amazing.

For more info, visit her website.

32 comments:

  1. oh such vibrant yellow! And orange . . . I'm more inclinded towards greys and black, but in the springtime some color works it's way into my wardrobe somehow :) Agree with you on the level of amazingness that the pieces have.

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  2. O wow what a great idea for a photoshoot

    this is amazing :)

    Char x

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  3. these really caught my eye. and i typically go for darker hued things as well.

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  4. anyone for some snow? tee hee! xxxxxxxx

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  5. incredible designs- crazy for the draping and the puffiness looks awesome if a little harder to pull off! xx katie

    would love you to call by

    fashion clocked

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  6. wow i love the yellow x

    Missy
    High street + Couture =
    http://thefashionfusion.blogspot.com

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  7. I don't know... I love the puffed coat in the last picture and already dreading another cold winter I think this would be the solution. Warm, cosy & stylish! Wishing you a great weekend in London! x

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  8. wow, these shots are great. i love seeing the blurry next to the clear view!

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  9. Hi Clare, It was really lovely to meet you today. I hope the rest of the afternoon went well. It stayed dry for you too which is brilliant. Great post as always. I love the contrast of the still and moving pictures. And the colour contrast too. The puffa's are interesting but I cant wear them. Always feel like the Michelin woman when I put them on.
    Xxxx

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  10. Fantastic blog:D I like all these photos :) xoxo

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  11. Great! I love the blurred images!


    http://voguishblog.blogspot.com/

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  12. fanastic collection. love the proportions and the limited palette, makes the colours much more striking

    xx

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  13. I've said it already sooo many times but I say it again, I love reading your blog! You always introduce incredible designs on your blog.. things that I rarely have time to find or I just don't know where to look from, lol. Your blog is definitely one of my favourites ♥ x

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  14. My nylon jacket fantasies have come true!

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  15. These outfits are so interesting! The jackets remind me of sleeping bags, gone couture. Great post!




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    http://blushingtulips.blogspot.com/

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  16. great stuff ! Love the colors, the blurriness, everything!

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  17. The first photo and the yellow one is lovely.

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  18. i really like the color and movement in these pictures...very artistic!
    xox alison

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  19. woooah. i am loving that intensely bright orange. def some great stuff!

    xx raez

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  20. oh my goodness, I love her designs. The photographs are so crazy good too!


    www.teenvegetariansoul.blogspot.com

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  21. I'm a big fan of yellow and oranges, espcially when they look as saturated as this. That draped, hooded dress in orange would get worn and worn.
    Clare x

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  22. I like that the pictures on the left are blurry. It really makes you notice the colour before the form.



    Dress Rehearsal

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  23. love the orange/red in these pictures! and i love how a pic is clear and the other is blurry! :D xxx

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  24. I love the juxtaposition of the blurry images against the sharp photos; it makes the colors bleed beautifully. I love the hues and the shapes are absurd yet amazing.

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