#AlexisAdventures to Alpinestars 50th Anniversary Celebration!
Alpinestars. Milan. 50th Birthday Party. Need i say any more?!
Well i will, as otherwise this will be a very short blogpost!
On Sunday, Alpinestars along with the fabulous Coffin on a Cake PR team flew me out to Milan to celebrate the leather jacket and racing gear masters Alpine Stars 50th anniversary at Progetto Calabiana.
Alpinestars began as a biking brand in 1963 in Milan, but now its success knows no boundaries!!
Felling pretty fly djing in my Alpinestars leather
I fell in love with the brand in 2010 when they collaborated with Monster Energy drinks (my lifesaver!!) and since then, there has been no stopping us!
This collab was fierce and really proved that Alpinestars meant business! Plus i can never resist Monster energy drink branding.. 😉
(Shame they didnt have real men in them!!)
Whichever Alpinestars clothing line you fancy, you can always guarantee sublime workmanship and quality which is precisely why i used Alpinestars for this styling shoot for Notion Magazine.
Alpinestars is motorcycle heritage and luxury knits: what a combo! No wonder i use them all the time in shoots!!
Have a little peruse of AS by DF leather jackets and tell me you do not want to unleash your inner biker groove?! Plus you can never go wrong with a staple wardrobe item of a leather jacket!!
The anniversary celebration was so much LOLZ!!
I werqed the leather, had fabulous company and even learnt a huge amount of racing and biking facts. Who would have thought?!
Testing out these rad Alpine Stars headphones whilst watching a little bit of Tom Cruise! #YesPlease
It was the most amazing birthday bash with heaps and heaps of Alpinestars memorabilia, many of which were signed by racing legends themselves. Here are a few snaps:
How much has this inspired you to werq your inner biker chick?! I have been, I’m still in leather mode!
To give you some further motorgirl inspiration, in my first picture, i was head to toe in my WIA one piece http://wiaclothing.com/ topped off with my beloved platforms from Cute to the Core http://www.cutetothecore.co.uk/view-all?product_id=58 £45.
My second outfit for the party was this amazing John Paul Gaultier dress from the fabulous hidden treasure House of Liza http://www.farfetch.com/shopping/women/house-of-liza/items.aspx#ps=1&pv=60&oby=5&lsf=1&f1d0=6832:85073