I've moved on...
...to a different domain. Why, what were you thinking? The truth is, I just woke up one day and decided it's time for a change—a metamorphosis, if you will; or, in layman's terms, if Britney can shave her head, then maybe so can I? Nevertheless, it's been a rather handsome 10 years of talking to you, and thank you for putting up with all my moodswings and terrible dad jokes. Fear not! The hormonal imbalance and jokes are more terrible on CUBICLE, see you there.

Left: Dimitris THEOcharidis; Right: Jenny (Jena) Holmes

Without doubt, my two favourite pieces (?) from the JENA.THEO press day collection, the very first I noticed – were the DESIGNERS – sitting gob smack in the middle of the showroom minding their own business. Now, I’m pretty sure designers usually stand behind what looks like a harmless mirror and analyze each face twitching of press day visitors, but with Jenny Holmes and Dimitris Theocharidis there was to be none of that. I must say, it was positively refreshing to be able to talk to the designers without needing that backstage pass or appointment. It was as if a layer of presumptuous elitism behind the invisible hierarchy of the fashion industry had been cleared and made way for a more hearty, artist-appreciating atmosphere.

You might remember the collection from my exhaustion-ridden coverage during fashion week; I hadn’t written much but the catwalk photos had communicated a lot of the clothes to be quite light. On lifting some personally during my visit, they were definitely AW worthy heavy; so apparently it’d been the sheer weight of the fabric that had produced such a vigorous ripple on the catwalk! My favourite though, were the fuzzy pieces that looked like gaussian-blur effect.

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  1. gorgeous pieces ! i love the laid back cutting and loose fit of them ! perfect for the upcoming hot weather :)

  2. amazing draping!

  3. I must say those pieces are wonderful and its great they had such a laid back attitude.

  4. Oh my gosh. That first dress. That first dress. I. want. it.

  5. wow i love all of these! the jackets look much like the updated versions of 18th century garb

  6. fuzzy pieces that looked like gaussian-blur effect.
    haha what a way to phrase it :) how appropriate!
    i love the cutting of the jackets; especially that fuzzy grey one!

  7. Your so crazy cool, i love your blog!


  8. Amazing pieces! Draping and colors of the first dress are so beautiful! And all those jackets! Love them! First one especially – the cut is so perfect!

  9. Wow. I love the little details in every one of these garments. They are each a masterpiece in themselves!

  10. I love those designers

  11. christine

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  12. The best clothes are the ones that change perceptions–making such heavy fabric appear lightweight that you’re surprised when you touch it. All about it.

    Gorgeous pieces!!

    -Jane @ Brunch at the Beach

  13. wow i love those pieces, especially the shoes with the oversized fabric bows, and the oversized dusky pink shirt. Awesome! xx

  14. Love the jacket in blue with gold button! Simply love the drapes.


  15. great pieces! love the drapings and the print :)

  16. woooo super coooooolllllll outfit. i was dreaming about this king of outfit really made me shock…….

  17. Everybody does loose and painted and drapey these days, still, I just can’t get enough. These are really beautiful.

  18. Lordy! I’m totally in love with the shirt and jacket with gold buttons! Totally. divine.


  19. My favorite is the printed sheath, not sure if a top or dress, but the print is interesting, and won’t date.

  20. Wow! Amazing clothes, I want everything!

  21. Noémie

    Hello! How r u? Well, I think it’s time to introduce myself. My name is Noémie and I’ve been following your blog since I found you in this spanish fashion blog (http://chicochuc.com/), which is also such great blog. Anyway, I just wanna say I love fashion and your blog gives me so much inspiration.
    I wish you the best!
    À revoir!

  22. my goodness! I’m in love with the flow of the clothing they’ve created! I’m always looking for draping, soft fabrics to wear, and they seems to right on the ticket.


  23. Beautiful, sensual & poetic, I just love your blog!

    Agneta, a swedish one ;)

  24. great photosxxx

    checkout my shopping blog

  25. one word, WOW.
    I love these! The color, the fabrics, the shapes, it’s wonderful.
    I’m checking their website right now ♥

  26. So cute, love it all, very nice!

    and check out my new project – Story of my Clothes

  27. your photos are so beautiful, kinda hurts me a bit x

    PS how’s the spray tan looking?

  28. love these pieces, it looks exciting.


  29. beautiful collection of clothes.

    p.s. i loved the diy curtain heels. they turned out beautiful.

    p.s.s. First time on your blog and definitely not the last time. its wonderful. keep it up!

  30. those shoes! with the bows, i would die to have those, i love love love them!

  31. I want the one at the top. The swoshy-swosh-swish!

    :( It’s beautiful. Almost makes me sad.

  32. … and I really like this photos

  33. great collection, love the crease cascade design, just love it

  34. I’m curious to find out what blog system you’re working with? I’m experiencing some small security problems with my latest blog and I’d like to find something more safeguarded. Do you have any recommendations?