One of my favourite shows at MFW - Alberta Ferretti. 
Alberta Ferretti - MFW - SS16 - fashion - fashion week - show


Since the beginning of the summer I've been loving A line skirts. I've always loved an A line silhouette, but I've never been a fan of skirts until recently. I got my hands on a lovely denim skirt in June, and it has since definitely become my most worn piece this summer. It's so easy to style and it's so comfy. I know I'm yet to show you my denim skirt, but it was a bargain from Primark (I only paid £10!) and it's a total rip off of the Topshop denim skirt (you can catch a glimpse of it in this outfit). I really want it in white as well, but I don't know if it is appropriate to buy another one as the summer is almost over now. : ( 

Anyway! I went on Asos website not long ago and it is overflowing with nice skirts. I picked out four favourites above, aren't they lovely? If there is one skirt I want more than the white denim one from Topshop, it is the black suede scallop hem skirt in the top right corner. How lovely is that? I definitely think you could rock that even when the temperature drops, if you style it with some warmer pieces. I'm swooning. If anyone wants to treat me to something - this is at the top of my wish list at the moment. Find the skirt of my dreams here.
In general I'm not too keen on the patch work thing, but I love it on these to skirts. I think it's just enough to give your outfit a vintage touch. The denim one can be found here and the suede one can be found here.
Last but not least, the baby blue button up suede skirt. I definitely think I would have worn this to pieces if I had gotten my hand on it before the summer. That baby blue would have been amazing with a good tan. You can find it here.
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I came across this video the other day, and I find it so inspiring. It's about Danit Peleg, who has printed her entire graduate collection in her bedroom on 3D-printers. Yes, it was very time consuming, but she is discussing how this might be the future of fashion. In this article she says that she's not planning on selling her clothes (and if she ever did, they would be very expensive), but that she might consider selling the files to the clothes. 
Selling files instead of clothes, and then having the customers printing the clothes at home very much sounds like the future of fashion to me - especially as online retailing is growing. That way you wouldn't have to wait for you clothes to get deliver, you could simply start printing them as you've bought and downloaded the file. How amazing would that be?
I love when fashion and technology meet, and I am very curious about what the future holds for the fashion industry. 
3D-printing - danit peleg - fashion - fashion technology