Neutrals and Shine

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Photos by Aless. Photos of the exhibition by me, in a chic state of mind

I visited a lovely exhibit this weekend that here I share with you. An exhibit at the Château de Morges in honor of Audrey Hepburn and Hubert de Givenchy’s friendship and fashion collaboration . It’s the story of an afternoon meeting in Paris in the early 1950’s. Hepburn approached Givenchy requesting a sweater and a trench for her upcoming movie, Sabrina. Givenchy, known for his haute couture designs, declined the offer because he was too busy. The actress pressed to see the new collection that was ready and that was the beginning of the story between an American actress and a French couturier.

During my visit to the exhibition I revelled in the history that the jewellery, hats and dresses represented. A history of a friendship that was born for the love of fashion. Fashion is another art form that evolves and changes with society. For example, a few years ago, sneakers for me were purely to do sport. Now it is even acceptable to wear clean, fashionable sneakers even in some professional environments. I have a growing collection that I wear with the dressiest or more casual outfits. Here you see a casual weekend look that is minimal in neutrals. The necklace, sneakers, shopper bag and key chains add a bit of shine and humour to help create my own individuality. Details count.

Get the look: Jardin des Orangers Wool and cashmere coat, J Brand Alana High-Rise Jeans , The Fifth Label Charcoal Long Sleeve T-Shirt, Reebok Classic Slim Architect SneakersAntique Fringe Bib NecklaceKarl Lagerfeld Fring Leather Key ChainPom Pom Key Chains

I thank you for reading.

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