the lust list 19.12.18

the lust list

It’s been a long hiatus, perhaps its because the year is coming to an end that I have a renewed interest in this little blog of mine. Something that hasn’t waned though is my love of all things beautiful and lust worthy. Let’s hope some of these items are under my Christmas Tree come next week, even if Santa these days is usually me. 




the lust list – 29.05.17

the lust list

This week I cannot decide if I want to be on the beach or dressing for cooler climates. So I thought why not lust over both. New season colours from Matteu, slinky slip dresses from an australian designer staple to denim reimagined in a bell sleeved a line dress.  Who could go past those cropped leather pants from Sir the Label, all you need to add is some heels, a long sleeve from Bassike and that right there is your perfect winter go to outfit…when you aren’t dreaming about being on a beach somewhere warmer that is in that gorgeous day dress from Zimmermann and those to die for flats from Chloé.


Matteu Sqare Maillot – Cocoa


Zimmermann Tulsi Border Day Dress


Chloé bow-detailed embellished leather sandal


Hillier Bartley Tasseled Collarbox Leather Shoulder Bag


Steele Freja L/S Dress


Bec & Bridge Liquid Envy Bias Dress


Sir the Label Mason Cropped Pant


Bassike Heritage Hem L/S T-shirt – Black


Chloé Grosgrain-trimmed Suede Pumps


Aquzzara Forever Marilyn Tasseled Velvet Pumps

zimmermann spring ready-to-wear 2017


If this is what a romantic sexy pirate looks like then sign me up. Zimmermann as anticipated did not disappoint with their showing at New York Fashion Week. I am still daydreaming about the strikingly polished intricate construction of a particular one-shouldered white lace, purply floral piece. Let’s face it though, I am daydreaming about having every piece from the collection in my wardrobe. A girl can dream right?


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zimmermann spring 2016


I have long been an admirer of Australian fashion label Zimmerman.. They are one of my countries finest and longest established fashion designers. In my eyes they rarely get it wrong. Todays showing at New York Fashion Week did not disappoint. It was ethereal, magical, feminine yet mischievous. Taking inspiration from the 1894 book called Seven Little Australians, it beautifully blurred the lines in an homage to Australia, the beauty our country beholds and ornate fashion with attention to detail. This is how we should demonstrate being Australian. No gaudy gold or green but exquisite dusty pinks, muted florals and intricate cream lace.

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