Adventures at the V&A

The V&A is one of my favorite museums in London. Here are some of the things I found on my last trip there.

XO – Ally

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BLACK FRIDAY HAUL

 

Hi everyone! Black Friday was last week, so I’m a bit late to the game on here but it was a success! If you don’t keep up with my youtube channel, make sure to be subscribed so you never miss a post outside of my blog! I hope you all enjoy, I had so much fin filming this video.

XO- Ally

Louis Vuitton x Virgil Abloh Pop Up

The Virgil Abloh X Louis Vuitton pop up was such a refresher for fashion. Seeing a brand like Louis Vuitton, known for it’s classic style, flipped upside down and dipping it’s feet into the world of streetstyle was an experience. From an all white, clean detailed collection, to chained high-tops and fanny packs, Virgil did something that no one has ever seen before and he was the first person of color to do so which is a huge achievement. I hope you enjoyed the photos I snapped while I was there, and I will see you all in my next post.

XO- Ally

Black Cat

This is a VERY late post, but here are some snaps of my halloween costume this year! I hope you all had a safe and spooky halloween, and I hope you started your Christmas decorating and shopping (I have!)

See you in my next post!
XO- Ally

Adventures on Shoreditch

I recently went to Shoreditch for the first time and fell in love with all of the unique street art. Here are some quick snaps I took.

xo- Ally

Multi Striped

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Today we had our first styling session which I was SO excited about because if you didn’t know, I want to be a stylist! Here is one of the outfits, styled and modeled by me. x

In the garden

A quick OOTD featuring my boyfriend’s photography

Dress: Joie

Fashion Meets Art ft. Isy B & Jawara

I was recently invited to a fashion exhibition for two local fashion designers at the National Gallery art museum. The inspiration behind the fashion pieces were paintings, sculptures, and photography. Here are my favorite pieces designed by Jawara and Isy B.

The first 3 pieces represent slavery in the islands are made out of leather. The ensembles in the second and fourth photos are inspired by paintings painted by local artists on the island.  The white dress in the second photo is inspired by a winding sculpture resembling a conch shell, sculpted by a local artist as well.

The last two dresses are inspired by Caymanian Culture. The brown dress is made out of a potato sack, embellished with pearls and cinched in with blue fabric. The last 2 dresses (in the last photo)  are inspired by local thatch work made in the islands’ earlier days. I couldn’t get a photo of the back, but there is beautiful thatch detailing.