Fashion through the eyes of a Mother and architect | Chic Every Week
I'm an architect. By default (or not) I'm interested in how I show "things". When I think of a building I always say that we are telling a story and that we have to define how we want to tell it. What we show, when we show and in what form; What we see from one side or another; What matter and texture, what light, what scale and proportion. In fashion I end up using the same rule. If it is a killing dress the accessories are sober and the shoes will also be. If I choose a stunning jewel everything else is quieter. In both cases (fashion and architecture) I usually say that if everything is screaming very loud I don't hear what story they want to tell me. I must say that there can be several "heroes", pieces that make themselves heard, as long as they work well as a team and there is a balance! This is my approach, it's what works for me. And if this is so important in the choice we make when we introduce ourselves to the world, this choice amplifies when it is a brand to show the