Shayla Cox’s Guerilla Fashion Show, Ceramic Jewelry + Spring’s Hottest Trends!

Talk about impact!

Could you imagine minding your own business around town then witnessing these girls stampeding towards you? With the sidewalk as their runway, these ladies did their thing rockin’ spring’s hottest trends (nudes, pastels, flowy skirts and 40s inspired menswear), providing the perfect back drop to feature Shayla Cox’s ceramic jewelry. I’m lovin the simplistic approach to her jewelry line, basic lines and shapes but each piece delivers its impact by size, texture and color. I also appreciate that they layer so well together.  Much props to stylist Pamela Shepard for putting these looks together. Frresshhhh!!!!

Photographed by one of my fav’s, Kwesi Abbensetts

…and it looks like they got the June Ambrose stamp of approval! She is so faaaab btw!

check out this video with these girls in action!

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Shayla Cox's Guerilla Fashion Show, Ceramic Jewelry + Spring's Hottest Trends!

Talk about impact!

Could you imagine minding your own business around town then witnessing these girls stampeding towards you? With the sidewalk as their runway, these ladies did their thing rockin’ spring’s hottest trends (nudes, pastels, flowy skirts and 40s inspired menswear), providing the perfect back drop to feature Shayla Cox’s ceramic jewelry. I’m lovin the simplistic approach to her jewelry line, basic lines and shapes but each piece delivers its impact by size, texture and color. I also appreciate that they layer so well together.  Much props to stylist Pamela Shepard for putting these looks together. Frresshhhh!!!!

Photographed by one of my fav’s, Kwesi Abbensetts

…and it looks like they got the June Ambrose stamp of approval! She is so faaaab btw!

check out this video with these girls in action!

On The Runway: Mary Katrantzou Spring 2011

Mary Katrantzou Spring 2011 RTW line was titled “C’est ci nes pas une chambre,” which translates, “This is not a room.”  As stated in Style.com, Mary said, “With this collection, I wanted to put the room on the woman, rather than the woman in the room.”  These models represented walking interior design which was executed so artistically. The concept  is so unusual and unique that it caught my eye.  Such inspiration being  translated so well in the chandelier necklaces and lamp skirts as actual skirts!

 …these pieces would look cool in editorial spreads.

Source: Style