Get ready to put some color in your hair. I know the color trend has been slowly creeping up from the ombre tips (blonde at the ends of your hair) to putting a very light pink on blonde hair. At LFW, I saw so many people with streaks of color in their hair (mainly green and pink) then on the shows I was surprised to find that there was also a lot of color. It could be also because model Charlotte Free (the one in most of the pictures) has pink hair but that means that the designers knowingly decided to have her in the show as she then was going to represent a part of their collection. So I guess its pink hair for the spring? I will definitely do this as it reminds me of when I did it in high school and thought I was really cool!
Did you understand my “Where’s Waldo” reference? Do other people know this character? Anyway my friend Becks sent me a link to this BBC video where I pop out not once,or twice, but three times (in the background)! Can you spot me?* Also I think that the actual video has an interesting take on bloggers (I of course completely agree!)
*At the begining I am on the computer and I wave (wearing a headband), Then I am sitting down using the ipad outside (hair in a bun), and at the end I am typing (headband again).
Originally from the sunshine of Trinidad designer AKONG moved to London to pursue a career in the City. The three of us couldn’t help but chuckle at the thought that we all moved from such places of warm and sun to a city covered in constant rain and clouds – what were we thinking! We all smiled and nodded that we wouldn’t trade it for the world. After years of “city” work she desperately wanted a career move and expressed her gratitude at the fortunate opportunity to be given the chance to do so. Inspired by attractive necklines, collars and bibs, AKONG crafts her line of jewel and fur embellished neck wear to model the hill tribes in the Andes – “textile crafts in the mountains” and ensures that her styles always keep a very “regal and opulent” tone. And that they do! These incredible neckline ensembles project regal opulence at their core – they sell for 500 – 550 pounds through the online Kabiri store. I’m saving up for one now!