Sunday, 15 August 2010

Trend-Plate: Uluru's Spring Celebration

As the leaves of deciduous trees in the Northern Hemisphere start to shift their hues from green to sunshine yellow, and subsequently flaming red, Uluru in Australia is experiencing a grandiose moment of rebirth, which is in the form of spring.

Located in the Southern part of the country's Northern Territory, Uluru is one of Australia's most recognisable natural icons. Mystical and captivating, words can't simply describe its beauty. What's more, this legendary beauty, which has been one of the sacred places for the Australian Aborigines, is also steep in legend and myths dating back to the Dreamtime.

Specially dedicated to my Australian fans, embrace the arrival of spring, Down Under style, with these eclectic and spring-friendly runway pieces from the latest AW2010-11 collections. All items featured here are available now at net-a-porter.com.





Row 1: (L-R) Slide printed silk-crepe dress by Peter Pilotto, £1,062; Fishbone studded leather belt by HTC, £231; Silk-chiffon culottes jumpsuit by Chloé, £1,876.

Row 2: (L-R) Digital-print silk-chiffon blouse by Matthew Williamson, £399; Leather wedge sandals by Alaïa, £1,043; Amber mid-rise bootcut cord jeans by Citizens of Humanity, £191.

Row 3: (L-R)
Dream leather shoulder bag by Antik Batik, £267; Manchette gold-plated cuff by Philippe Audibert, £391; Square-frame acetate sunglasses by Marni, £215.

*Photos courtesy of Net-a-Porter.com.

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