Our beautiful coat is featured in this month’s L’Officiel Latvia magazine
She is definitely our girl! Editor of very “tasty” food magazine ČETRAS SEZONAS Signe Meirāne, steps out in M-Couture fly away skirt for her latest “Letter from the editor”. She speaks to her devoted reader in french asking: “Bonjour mon ami! Comment ca va?” and answering “Ca va bien! De bon gout!” She knows how good food tastes and that’s what we love about her PLUS she looks good in her kitchen. That’s a modern day cook with a an exquisite taste.
Liene Stūraine is an IT girl – she never (almost never) wears the same outfit for a public event, is smart, sexy and knows good style, but above all she is not into fashion, instead you might get deep with her about law.
Wearing M-Couture Kennedy jacket FW14 for weekly magazine Kas Jauns.
We guess you are familiar with the feeling, when you see a cover and just stand and look, look, look… That’s what happened to us this month, when we got up one morning and went to the local news stand to grab a hot coffee, croissant and daily newspaper. There it all was…almost total look by M-Couture on the cover of L’Officiel Latvija styled by Olga Kolotova and photographed by Oleg Zernov.
Jacket, leather trousers, fur scarf by M-Couture
“You’ve got big dreams? You want fame? Well fame costs. And right here is where you start paying… in sweat”. As a child I would watch the Kids from Fame grimacing through their arabesques and jetes with such an obsessive passion it could only be described as fetishistic. I didn’t have big dreams. And I didn’t want fame. But man, I wanted those legwarmers. More to the point, I wanted the legs in those legwarmers.”
This season M-Couture is taking a step in the legwarmer “comunity”, changing the chunky and quite romantic knitted ones, to more luxe leather version, with a fine zipper on the side (top pic) or a romantic version in light blue (under).
Traditionally legwarmers are worn by ballet dancers, legwarmers are long, woollen, footless socks worn around the calves and ankles to maintain body heat before, during and after exercising. During the health cult of the 1970s, they became fashionable worn over trousers and tucked into boots, or under long skirts.