This time we have a special collaboration of a hermosillense, she is Diana Fontes, a girl that like to share their personal tips from fashion, big fan of Audrey Hepburn and blogger at Stylish Planner. In this reflection on what is style, fashion and elegance, Diana shares his own recreation of the style of his muse in one of his best-known films.
If we talk about style that best that exemplifying it with the icon of elegance and grace par excellence: Audrey Hepburn. When we talk about fashion we think in many brands probably, but more importantly, go beyond fashion, beyond what is in trend. Fashion, in my opinion, should be timeless, not us must become obsessed by items such which the media shows it to us and simply want to take them to the letter. Fashion is always available, knowing how to play with it is where the main work of a woman with style, know how to port the fashion and what to wear depending on each occasion.
There are many ways to talk about the styling, one of them is what Karl Lagerfeldsays: “trends come and go but they won’t be a part of our lives, they are very important because they interpret the thousands of things happening in the world, in addition to fashion has always reflected the changes of the society.”. For example, if we recall the times of Anna Karenina, although we have not experienced it firsthand really, the great work of León Tolstoi reflected what had happened in Russia in the 19th century through the elegance and ostentation of luxury wearing at the time.
Classic styles compare them with the home decor, for example, if we opt for a modern kitchen, all modern and contemporary, the passage of a few years your kitchen will be last of fashion; on the other hand, if there are certain mixtures of the past, in the decoration of the kitchen, the vintage, the antique, that remains by playing with the past and the present.
For me, and for many other fans, Audrey Hepburn, with her classic and chic style, always will be immortal. It will take beyond elegance of fashion. Why? Because I consider it an example of how to live with style, class and grace.
I share recreation I did of the well-known movie Breakfast at tiffany’s, honoring what it was and meant the image of Audrey, something that continues to fascinate me, consider it my great Muse.