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Rebecca ,England
19 year old who loves fashion

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sasha luss AT  ralph lauren  spring 2014  
sasha luss AT  ralph lauren  spring 2014  
balenciaga  fall 2004  

balenciaga  fall 2004  

Lindsey wixson 
System Magazine #3 Photographer: Matthew Stone Stylist: Panos Yiapanis

Lindsey wixson

System Magazine #3
Photographer: Matthew Stone
Stylist: Panos Yiapanis

miu miu fall/winter 2014-15

miu miu fall/winter 2014-15

my last piece of uni work i did before i suspended . i thought it looked good but obviously my group didnt because they didnt use it .
it was a colour board for the ss 14 wgsn trend “next nature”

my last piece of uni work i did before i suspended . i thought it looked good but obviously my group didnt because they didnt use it .

it was a colour board for the ss 14 wgsn trend “next nature”

i feel like i need to explain why i havnt been on for a long time.
in sepetember 2013 i was diagnosed with an eating disorder (serve anorexia) since then i was going for weekly therapy session until december 2013 up to then i was only going once a week and was still at uni. in december i was told by  my doctor that my health and weight and bmi was so low that i needed to go into hospital but i persuaded him that i want to give day patient a try first and i managed to do that, so i joined my services day support program full time 5 days a week and suspended uni
Over the next 2 months i wasnt making progress there i chose to go into inpatient for a short admission (well they said that) it ended up being 2 months and then 2 weeks ago i was freed and went back onto the day support program , and here is where i am now (recent photo) . my weight/bmi is still medically classed severely underweight and the only reason i was let go from IP was because i was going back to my old treatment team and even though they said i was still as risk my treatment team said i could come back. Im contemplated whether to quit it and go it alone.
so thats why i havnt been posting much , iv been so consumed by everything and when i get back home from the day program im always so emotionally and mentally drained and tired . But i will try and post a lot more now .
im still not in a good place because i still dont think there’s a problem and i dont need help because im fine.

i feel like i need to explain why i havnt been on for a long time.

in sepetember 2013 i was diagnosed with an eating disorder (serve anorexia) since then i was going for weekly therapy session until december 2013 up to then i was only going once a week and was still at uni. in december i was told by  my doctor that my health and weight and bmi was so low that i needed to go into hospital but i persuaded him that i want to give day patient a try first and i managed to do that, so i joined my services day support program full time 5 days a week and suspended uni

Over the next 2 months i wasnt making progress there i chose to go into inpatient for a short admission (well they said that) it ended up being 2 months and then 2 weeks ago i was freed and went back onto the day support program , and here is where i am now (recent photo) . my weight/bmi is still medically classed severely underweight and the only reason i was let go from IP was because i was going back to my old treatment team and even though they said i was still as risk my treatment team said i could come back. Im contemplated whether to quit it and go it alone.

so thats why i havnt been posting much , iv been so consumed by everything and when i get back home from the day program im always so emotionally and mentally drained and tired . But i will try and post a lot more now .

im still not in a good place because i still dont think there’s a problem and i dont need help because im fine.

lindsey wixson in Spring/Summer 2014 issue of CR Fashion

lindsey wixson in Spring/Summer 2014 issue of CR Fashion

wildthicket:

Nicolas Ghesquière for Louis Vuitton F/W 2014 at PFW
After a year and half from his departure from Balenciaga, Nicolas Ghesquière’s return has been long anticipated. His debut collection for Louis Vuitton, which was presented this morning, was met with excitement, a feeling that Ghesquière himself shared. Guests were greeted with a typewritten note from the designer  where he proclaimed his excitement in form of a personal message. Seen above, the note pays homage to Marc Jacob’s contribution to the brand and to the Louis Vuitton “philosophy” itself. Nicole Phelps noted, “few designers are as beloved, respected, or copied as Ghesquière.” So, it is interesting to see Ghesquiere’s interpretation of the label. His first collection opened with model Freja Beha Erichsen clothed in a black leather coat and an LV trunk to match, paying homage to the brand’s history as a luggage label. The rest of the pieces were understated, but carried a sense of excitement as a new role took over after fifteen years at the hands of Marc Jacobs. Contrary to Jacob’s sets, which were often lavish, Ghesquière employed a traditional set letting the clothes speak for themselves - a wise move from a respected and extremely talented designer eager to share his personal vision of Louis Vuitton.
Text by Wild Thicket, photograph courtesy of Dazed Digital.

wildthicket:

Nicolas Ghesquière for Louis Vuitton F/W 2014 at PFW

After a year and half from his departure from Balenciaga, Nicolas Ghesquière’s return has been long anticipated. His debut collection for Louis Vuitton, which was presented this morning, was met with excitement, a feeling that Ghesquière himself shared. Guests were greeted with a typewritten note from the designer  where he proclaimed his excitement in form of a personal message. Seen above, the note pays homage to Marc Jacob’s contribution to the brand and to the Louis Vuitton “philosophy” itself. Nicole Phelps noted, “few designers are as beloved, respected, or copied as Ghesquière.” So, it is interesting to see Ghesquiere’s interpretation of the label. His first collection opened with model Freja Beha Erichsen clothed in a black leather coat and an LV trunk to match, paying homage to the brand’s history as a luggage label. The rest of the pieces were understated, but carried a sense of excitement as a new role took over after fifteen years at the hands of Marc Jacobs. Contrary to Jacob’s sets, which were often lavish, Ghesquière employed a traditional set letting the clothes speak for themselves - a wise move from a respected and extremely talented designer eager to share his personal vision of Louis Vuitton.

Text by Wild Thicket, photograph courtesy of Dazed Digital.

Alexander mcqueen f/w 14

Alexander mcqueen f/w 14