ONE BUSTIER, SIX CITIES
This week on the blog OWN Studio Stylist Kemana shows us how she'd wear one of her favourite pieces from the new collection - the silk satin bustier STYLE 057 - in six different ways in six of her favourite cities.
P A R I S
WHAT I'D WEAR: The OWN Studio's STYLE 057 // Bustier, Leather jacket worn over the shoulders - vintage, from Chillie London, Zara Black Trousers, Manolo Blahnik Chaos Sandal , Handbag Vintage Balenciaga
S Y D N E Y
WHERE I'D GO: As a Sydney native I love hunting out little known foodie spots. I love Matteo - a slice of the Amalfi coast in the heart of Double Bay, Mimi's (which has the best view over the coast), Cho Cho San, a Tokyo inspired izakaya.
N E W Y O R K
WHAT I'D WEAR: The OWN Studio's STYLE 057 // Bustier, The OWN Studio's STYLE 056 Mikado Jacket, Whistle's cropped high-waisted denim jeans in a dark wash, Stilettos Bottega Venetta, Mini Louis Vuitton purse vintage
L O N D O N
WHAT I'D WEAR: The OWN Studio's STYLE 057 // Bustier, Burgandy leather trousers vintage, Maison Margiela Tabi Split Toe Ballet Flats in white, Fendi shoulder bag (vintage)
WHERE I'D GO: Drinks at The Experimental Cocktail Club and afterwards at the Bun House in Chinatown
B E R L I N
WHAT I'D WEAR: The OWN Studio's STYLE 057 // Bustier, Vintage Lanvin oversized check blazer, Zara high waisted Jeans, New Balance 550, Balenciaga sunnies.
WHERE I'D GO: After a browse at the Voo Store - a must visit - and The Store, I'd pop next door for brunch at Cecconi's. Dinner has to be Eins 44, a former distillery turned Michelin restaurant. I also love Lavanderia Vecchia - a quirky restaurant based in an old Laundry - the food is absolutely delicious.
WHERE I'D GO: I love the West Hollywood Edition for swanky cocktails. Jon and Vinny's is a fabulous casual spot for an Italian food fix - it is near on impossible to get a table because the food is that good and Mediterranean restuarant Elephante is amazing for a rooftop ocean view. The vintage shopping in LA is among the best - I love Happy Isles but there are so many!
T H E L O O K S