Tag Archives: Susie Lau
One item we spotted several times during fashion month: sheer tulle skirts worn over skirts or jeans. They may not add much in terms of warmth, but they do add some whimsy and glamour to an outfit, as seen on Susie Bubble at the Carven show in Paris.
Fashion blogger Susie Bubble always stands out in a crowd. At the Valentino show, she wore Chanel shorts (vintage I think) a colorful print top and chunky heels and headphones. The element that brings it all together: the color blue.
Surprisingly chic right now: all denim from head to toe. At the Theyskens’ Theory show in New York, Susie Lau of Style Bubble mixed different shades of blue denim, all from ASOS, and finished the look with Prada shoes.
Style Bubble’s Susie Lau wore her trademark cheerful bright colors to the Ann Demeulemeester show. Her outfits were a breath of fresh air during the gloomy, overcast days of Paris fashion week.
Spring: you can will it to be here with your clothing! I think it’s one’s civic duty to dress colorfully in urban areas during this time of year, since we don’t have as many flowers. People have to be the flowers.
Layering dresses over pants was a big trend on the runway for fall 2012, but few have been able to carry it off in real life as well as Susie Lau of Style Bubble. Outside the Chloe show she mixed prints in bright red and blue with a blue cardigan, two handbags and red Valentino shoes.
Style Bubble‘s Susie Lau wore a clever illustrated top and Chanel jean shorts with red stilettos to the DKNY show. Playful and cool.
The shirt and hat are by House of Holland.
These two friends are of one mind when it comes to color: the more, the better! Both Phil Oh of Street Peeper and Susie Lau of Style Bubble are masters at colorblocking. Neither outfit is too clashy though: note that the colors repeat in variations of purple on him and green on her.
Style Bubble’s Susie Lau wore a black and white windowpane check skirt and jacket, a Glamour X Opening Ceremony cat sweater and cat sunglasses to the Cushnie et Ochs show. It’s a very modern outfit with a vintage Audrey Hepburn vibe.
Influence goes many ways when it comes to fashion. When critics like the NY Times‘ Cathy Horyn point out the profusion of prints and color in Spring 2012 collections, you can’t help but wonder if it started not on the runway, but with trendsetters like Style Bubble‘s Susie Lau, who wore wild print and color combinations long before they appeared in mainstream collections.
Wearable for the average Jane, 24/7? Maybe not. But color and print are a sort of visual daring, and the eye – and the camera – can’t help but be attracted to them.
Style Bubble’s Susie Lau, aka Susie Bubble, was beautifully and quixotically attired all week, often opting for emerging designers or vintage when everyone else went for the big established names. At Lanvin in the Tuileries she wore a palette of grays, pinks and blues, spring’s new neutrals.
Style Bubble‘s Susie Lau wore the most amazing shoes to the Rodarte show. In white and beige with cork soles, laces and criss cross ankle ties, they were a little bit sweet, a little bit bondage.
Fashion blogger Susie Lau of Style Bubble hosted a party last night at the W Hotel Times Square showcasing her writing and the fashion photography of Shini Park of Park & Cube. Lau has always been an expert at layering, and last night wore a cardigan and openwork lace tunic over a tee and black pants for an individualistic, playful look.
Apologies in advance for the number of photos from this show – 32 – but there was so much great fashion outside Dior! First we had many of the key players for Paris Fashion Week dressed to the nines, then a promenade of models leaving the show – several of them in black leather leggings, the garb of choice for models this fall. If you’ve got legs….
Carine Roitfeld with Mario Sorrenti. I love how she mixes this leopard coat with purple lace-up shoes – unexpected and fun. (more…)
Prabal Gurung has been named one to watch by many influential fashion editors, and his show for spring, full of bright, color blocked looks and high tech materials, lived up to his promise. A number of high-power fans, buyers and stylists came to the show.
Lynn Yaeger in a billowy, boho skirt. Loved her recent article on how she deliberates so much over each purchase that at one point, salespeople burst into applause when she finally bought something. (more…)