Asos high neck sleeveless top (orange), New Look tailored culottes, Asos leather biker jacket (similar), Karen Walker anytime sunglasses (tan glitter) (similar), Zu Shoes patent leather heels (similar), Asos leather black belt (similar), Zandra Rhodes clutch (similar), Asos mini cross body bag, Bill Skinner emperor coin ring (similar), Asos gold rings (similar), Asos gold rings (similar), Vintage gold cuff bracelet (similar), Rimmel kate spring lipstick (20), Eyeko brow gel, Eyeko skinny liquid eyeliner (black), Eyeko fat brush mascara, Chanel No. 5 eau de parfum
In times of uncertainty there are two things that remain constant: I adore French love ballads with 60s drum beats (refer to Spotify playlist), and street art. Alongside my ‘nouvelle liberté’, I have a new camera, a new outfit and haircut. My obsession with culottes and Karen Walker sunglasses has also reached a whole new level I never knew existed, and the energy of the city stimulates my imagination and desire for innovation. The colours, the textures, the lines. When combined together the unique creative expression of graffiti art aligns with my minimalist style. With graphic design and vibrant contours, fashion meets art in graffiti. This incredible contrast highlights my innate creativity and passion for aesthetics. Hidden in secret lanes in Sydney, street art inspires fashion. For me, street chic is smart, edgy and individualistic which complements the idiosyncratic, colourful nature of street culture. Grab your camera and wear a striking pair of sunglasses. You’re ready to embrace street smart. If you wish, hit play on my new Spotify playlist. Enjoy. Follow @sydneyandstreet on Instagram, Twitter, Bloglovin’, Tumblr, Pinterest, and Spotify.
Photographs by © MCTL