Coffee Talk for 7 October

We’ve been quite busy these past couple of weeks. We got to spend some time in Denmark, Santa Monica, Beverly Hills and of course, New York City. We are happy to be back home and catching up on Coffee Talk.

Rafael Nadal, the Spanish professional tennis player currently ranked number one in the world in men’s singles, treated himself to an otterlicious unwinding machine!

The 23.5-metre motor yacht, “Beethoven”, features interior and exterior designs by Italian designers, Nuvolari Lenard.

Sounds like a great fit for a cocktail party or just some tiny bikinis!

Read more at superyachttimes.com.

Megan Fox returns as the face of Frederick’s of Hollywood, of which she is also co-owner, creative collaborator and global brand ambassador, for the brand’s fall 2017 campaign.

Frederick’s of Hollywood

Hair was done by Christian Wood with makeup by Monika Blunder.

Read more at instyle.com.

London’s V&A Museum is hosting its next Fashion in Motion event. This edition features Phoebe English and highlights from her collections over the past six years.

“Taking part in Fashion in Motion has a particular significance to me, as the V&A was the museum in which I decided to follow my interest in fashion,” Phoebe shared. “It is the building where my love for clothing and design were contextualised into a tangible practice and pathway. The V&A is a temple to all the endless creative possibilities of the human mind. To have the opportunity to be involved with both such an historic and contemporary space is a very special thing indeed.”

Fashion in Motion, featuring work by Phoebe English, is on Friday 20 October at 13:00, 15:00, 17:00 and 20:00.

Read more at vam.ac.uk.

Fashion + Models – ‘How Many Bags Can One Model Carry?’
“As the fashion industry scrambles to find hit trends, some designers appear to be throwing everything at the wall in the hope that something grabs consumers.

Labels including Marc Jacobs, Coach, Prada, Marni and Gucci, whom many credit with sparking this trend, have been sending models down the runways in recent weeks wearing jackets over jackets and skirts and dresses over pants and carrying several bags and scarfs…”

We love ourselves some runway fashion, although, trends do come and go. Will we adhere to the layering of bags and scarfs? Well, we prefer the simplicity route in our bags and scarfs. Jewelry on the other hand, layer it on!

Read more at wsj.com.

Dolce & Gabbanna shared their fall 2017 jewelry campaign, and we are loving these pieces! Fashion is all about mixing and matching, and we could see these looks paired with denim to a button down men’s shirt.

Dolce Gabbana

Model Giulia Manini was captured by Nima Benati.

Read more at dolcegabbana.com.

Until next time…