Fashion is overrated. Some say. It could be when it’s too overthought or too serious. Btw, why so serious? Fashion is fun, in the first place! I mean, it’s clothes, not brain surgery. Though, you’d be surprised by the chillness the surgeons have when working on your brain. Literally.
If they can, we can, too. Julia Sarr-Jamois can.
We’re talking about cherries, colours, stripes, flowers, boyfriend jeans, art deco skirts, fur, trainer shoes, furry shoes, heals, no heals, neon and that hair! I can actually hear the slot machine as the cherries align.
Of course, we all, still, loooove-love-love black.
And in the end, you could actually carry cherries on your ears. I know I wore them when I was a child and loved it, couldn’t wait to eat them. It’s all in your mood and attitude. Ca-chiiing!
I guess I should start gambling or something. When in Vegas…
Julia Sarr-Jamois is a fashion editor for Wonderland magazine, after being an intern for I-D magazine, after being a model, after quitting. She needed a more creative career that developed into styling. Her love of vintage fashion stems from her mother’s stall at the Brixton market in the ’80s. She confides that most of her favourite denim is from her mother’s collection.
I feel you, Julia.
Later edit: Julia Sarr-Jamois is the fashion director of British Vogue and I, literally, screamed in whisper, in bed, in the bedroom at home, when I found out about it. Isn’t feeling something for sure the best?