Power dressing never gets old, says designer Anna Mason
What’s making you feel your best self at the moment?
Fantasising about what I’ll wear when we get back to normality! I’m looking forward to wearing the Kasia blouse and Tati midi skirt from my own collection.
What is your daily uniform at home?
My gym kit is taking quite a beating – and not necessarily from at-home workouts.
I love dresses and jumpsuits – one piece and you’re away.
What are you wearing for video meetings?
I’ve been trying to keep the face of the brand up by putting on a cheerful Anna Mason top.
Whose style do you really admire?
Where to start? There are so many: Giovanna Battaglia, Lauren Santo Domingo, Charlotte Groeneveld, Olivia Palermo, Leandra M. Cohen, Laura Bailey, Pernille Teisbaek.
Lead into the room with your shoulders – that’s still power dressing. It’s so Eighties, isn’t it? Ultimately, it’s all about the silhouette for me and the silhouette starts with the shoulders. Power dressing is also about confidence.
On Sunday mornings I’m either in my pyjamas (I like Desmond & Dempsey’s cotton ones), or my gym kit.
What have you rediscovered?
A lot of stuff I want to get rid of. I’ve been sorting and organising, and now I have a couple of big bags for the charity shop.
I’m in love with the Saint Laurent Carre bag – it really is a new classic. On holiday, I like finding baskets and totes in markets. I also love Malone Souliers shoes, they are so comfortable and beautiful. For jewels I love big earrings by Vicki Sarge.
Wear big earrings for instant glamour and a bit more make-up than usual.
What will you wear when we’re allowed outside again?
The Anna Mason Bardot rainbow maxi dress in taffeta. It just couldn’t be more appropriate and joyful!
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