As far as trendsetters in the digital sphere are concerned, Amber Venz Box, blogger and founder of RewardStyle and LIKEtoKNOW:IT, is pretty much one of the It girls. A former model, jewellery designer and stylist, Amber is as business savvy as she is sassy. Remaining on the forefront of all things fashion and digital, it’s no surprise the beauty has just collaborated with theoutnet.com, modelling outfits for the latest collection from Iris & Ink.
Amber Venz Box showcases the Iris & Ink collection in a short two-minute for theoutnet.com. The video follows Amber as she travels from Dallas to London. During the film she models the fabulous and versatile range in various scenarios whether it’s a sneak peek as she unpacks her suitcase, rocking a statement coat as she heads to a business lunch or dazzling in a gorgeous cocktail dress as she enjoys post-work sips. Amber narrates over the top of the video revealing her fashion staples and explaining her many career projects (seriously, she makes us wonder what on earth we are doing with our lives – how does she find the time?).
Now in its fifth season, Iris & Ink is a collection of trend-led wardrobe essentials that pair perfectly with your designer finds. The autumn/winter 2014 collection, which amber elegantly models, strikes the perfect balance between masculine and feminine. Simple shift dresses take on an three-dimensional feel while cropped pants and loose sweater dresses sit effortlessly alongside flirty, kick-ruffle skirts. Premium leather accessories continue to be a key part of the range, with staples such as the oversized clutch, envelope shoulder bag, colour-block shopper and tablet pouch providing the perfect complement to the Iris & Ink apparel offering.
Theoutnet.com is fast becoming renowned for its exclusive insider videos. During international fashion weeks they introduced us to the adorable trendsetter Sergio The Shoe Hunter and recently revealed a behind- the-scenes video of Liberty Ross modelling the Temperley London collection, which was also a huge hit. See both videos below: