A sporting day whilst riding away for the cup...

by - Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Afternoon readers,
Today has been a very sporting day I must say ahead of the Olympic Games. This morning I was up and out into the fitness of the gym with my dear Miss R. Miss R has companied me on many things. Following that a spot of lunch and back but this time ready to dive into the pool (it reminded me of Vogue’s June issue when one of the Vogue team went scryed swimming).

Throughout the day my phone has been popping up with news from Karl Lagerfeld’s new collection and his new London home, whilst ahead of fashion night out and fashion month, news has come in that EBay has gone fashion forward for sponsoring apart of London fashion week along with, fashionista’s on twitter getting excited about FNO??
I think this sunshine vacation has gone to our world…

However as in England we have a summer sporting season which goes without saying the Royal Ascots or the races itself. The sport has been turned some of our British designers and models to take up of designing a jockey jacket for the Glorious Goodwood Magnolia Cup race.

    ‘Get the London look’ she says and she is one of British models which has featured on Vogue and many of our other fashion bibles, whilst being a mum and the face of the lastest Rag and Bone advertisment Kate Moss has turned her hand to designing. For the jacket she has striked it red and black with in a David Bowie style. Following from that one of British designers Vivienne Westwood has designed a tenicoloured print sporting the colours of greens, pinks, and oranges. Statement of stars in a monchrome palette was created by Vogue.com blogger Bella Freud. “ Eating an apple everyday keeps the doctor away” as my grandmother says.. Blogger Frost French has designed a colour blocked dark pink apples print within the featuirng background of a pink sportying jacket.

  Issa’s jacket for the cup race is sporting green and has a foreground of jockey’s racing – which nicely sets the sceen. Floral’s come into play within the jacket designs with blue, yellow, and green flowers upon the jacket and cap which was designed by Luella Bartley. Daisy Lowe has gone for an abstract design featuring a pink and white background, with a foreground of flowers and birds.  Finally the last design of the collection is the Superstar Jacket which was designed by Jasmine Guinness' which runs on the colour palette of red and green featuirng a star within the midle of the jacket. Following redness of stripes upon the wrsits of the jacket.

  See you on the course…

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