Vintage Vibes


{Frame Denim’s F/W 2015 Presentation | Photo via Net-a-Porter’s Instagram}

New York Fashion Week is officially underway and the F/W 2015 presentations began yesterday. I won’t be in New York until next week, but it feels like I am there since my Instagram feed has been flooded with Fashion Week images for the past couple of days. I couldn’t help but notice images for the Frame Denim presentation popping up all over my feed and immediately fell in love with the chic, 1970s vibe. Inspired by the New York style icons of the 1970s, Frame Denim designers, Erik Torstensson and Jens Grede drew inspiration from the iconic looks of Ali McGraw and Lauren Hutton during the late 70s. The look is chic, sexy in an effortless way, and timeless in my book. I can’t get enough!


{Frame Denim Founders, Erik Torstensson and Jens Grede with the Gorgeous Hillary Rhoda | Photo via Net-a-Porter’s Instagram}


{Frame Denim’s F/W 2015 Presentation | Photo via Net-a-Porter’s Instagram}


{Chic, 1970s Inspired Looks by Frame Denim |  Photo via Frame Denim’s Instagram}


While we are on the topic of vintage vibes, I have been playing “Let Me Down Easy” by Paolo Nutini on repeat for weeks now. I love the soul music of the 1960s and 70s, which have clearly influenced Paolo’s style. While his name is Italian, Paolo is actually from Scotland, but he sings like Marvin Gaye. By the way, this video was recorded live during a recording session at the famed Abbey Road Studios in London. How cool is that? Let me know what you think of the song and the new  Frame Denim collection. Are you feeling these vintage vibes, too?
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10 thoughts on “Vintage Vibes

  1. Hi Paloma
    Im quite new to your blog, and although Im shy to comment..I am here!
    Isnt fashion week a joy to behold, all the denim and leather remind me of dear Whitney singing my love is your love.
    Your doggy is adorable & I also love Paolo Nutini, its true he is Scottish
    my best wishes

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