I threw this on yesterday ...
Manca (on the left) and Irena (who took these photos of me, on the right) were telling me about their recent Slovenian fashion week experience (I decided to skip it and didn't request an accreditation). From what I heard (and read on other blogs, such as here and here), not much had changed organization-wise: fashion/style bloggers were mostly still not treated very respectfully, front row was full of irrelevant people (crappy singers or/and starlets in tasteless outfits, for example) and little kids (sitting on their own seats while some designers, among others, had to stand), and very few visitors showcased fashion week worthy outfits (instead of using the opportunity for some extravagance, even fashion editors have a habit of attending fashion week dressed as if they were merely meeting a friend for a quick drink in a local cafe). As far as the collections go (judging from the photos), it's undeniable that some of the designers know what they're doing; however, they were outnumbered by those whose collections lacked coherence, concept, and, above all, imagination.
(top: Zara / skirt, bag, watch: vintage / coat: ASOS / shoes: Gianni Marra / leggings: H&M / ring: Angie Gooderham)
P. S. I could easily get used to wearing sandals in October.