Dressed up in Wellington last month, wearing Romance Was Born X Helen Kaminski hat, Romance was Born gloves, Oscar De La Renta dress, Valet Studio earrings SOURCE: Chloe Chill - Read entire story here.
When it comes to a day in the life of OP, there are so many variables to consider. From waking up and getting in her morning workout to attending meetings, perhaps a photoshoot, then running errands before ending the day with an event or dinner with friends. And as many times as the outfit may change, the one thing that is always best to stay the same is a fresh, flawless face. Now, if there’s one thing that everyone can relate to as far as what they want from their makeup its well-blended,
I KNOW WHAT I SAID. That I wasn’t going to go out ever again because of my social menopause. Fun is tiring. Why does no one have fun sitting down anymore? What would Fran Lebowitz say about having fun? But the truth is, even though my pace is slowing down and my desire to “party” is gone, I still go out. As you may or may not know, when you go out, you must wear clothes — no shoes, no shirt, no service, zzz — and so, here you go: a two-night, non-office “going
Remember back in the good old days of early 2016 when, instead of wading through election op-eds in our free time, we sat around eating Twizzlers, clicking through fun designer collabs and watching Emilia Clarke sing “Mmmbop” in Dothraki? I sure do. WHY ARE WE LIKE THIS NOW?! Good news though, I found a colorful reprieve from current events. It’s the Kenzo x H&M collection and it’s perfect for stomping down the street like a praying MANtis (get it?) or hiding from the
Photo Credit: Phill Taylor (@philltaylormade) Looking the ultimate vision of posh, Olivia dressed in a beautiful Valentino striped knit sweater with a floral leather-appliqued lace skirt (also by Valentino) for the show during Paris fashion week. She brought in accents of gold throughout the look thanks to her belt, Valentino bag, Gianvito Rossi heels (and even the details in her hair) bringing everything together seamlessly. Shop the look! SOURCE: Olivia Palermo - Read entire story here.
We have an ongoing group chat at Man Repeller on this thing called Slack, which is like AOL Instant Messenger minus the slamming doors, and in one particular “channel” (all of the groups are divided into channels), we share our recommendations with one another: songs to listen to, GIFs to use, videos to watch and articles to read. Last week, Verena, our Editor-at-Large and cool apartment dweller shared Refinery29’s 67% project. Patty, our Director of Integrated
Pretty pastels perfect for swishing around the streets of Milan. Marni’s beautiful show was held conveniently close to Fondazione Prada so after this I tagged a touristy afternoon on to my morning of shows, visiting the Sunday markets at the Navigli canals and an evening of Pasta and spritzes with angel Talisa + our hubbies. Wearing Romance Was Born top, Luke Rose Jewellery necklace, Levi’s jeans, Deadly Ponies bag; before Marni’s SS17 show at Milan Fashion Week / Image: NY
Whether you actually care about the clothes or not, there is a gravity about Sunday’s line-up in Paris. For the last two seasons, it has included Balenciaga under the stewardship of Vetements’ Demna Gvasalia and Phoebe Philo’s Céline. The two houses have become fashion week Prozac, taking imminent gloom (Why are we here? What are we doing?) and dispelling it with concepts that are at once delightful and destructive — a winning combination in 2016. It doesn’t take a
Sometimes the details are precisely what makes a live fashion show feel so special (and necessary!), and the designers who present at London Fashion Week might know this better than anyone. Every season we can count on them to offer up a counterpoint to “less is more,” to zap us awake with their flair for the wacky and dramatic, to push forward rather than pull back. London Fashion Week is just FUN. This season was no exception, and the collections of Preen, Roksanda, Isa Arfen,
If you’re Nicole Cohen of Sketch42, the devil isn’t in the details. Paradise is. Lucky us, then, because she captured exactly that at the Rosie Assoulin presentation on Tuesday. She does this every year, as you may have noticed, but each time kind of feels like the first, don’t you think? The eye of her camera is even more capable of capturing the genius of Rosie than my biological ones, and I would know because I was there! At the presentation, I mean, and I didn’t
Thom Browne and Rodarte have virtually nothing in common when you look at their clothes objectively. One collection is committed to stiff lines, living within the tense boundaries of restraint, while the other prides itself on the flexible and ethereal — delicate dresses, buttery leather, ruffles that hang so seamlessly you forget they’re there. But in the scheme of fashion week, they are quite similar. The setting of Thom Browne’s spectacle (not even really a spectacle by the
You know that feeling you get when you are running errands or shuffling to work and, totally unexpectedly, you bump into a friend? Like a genuinely good friend who you hate canceling plans with, who you call when you’re bored because you know you can hang up on her the second a good show comes on and who you’d offer up a limb to if push came to shove. That feeling — that burst of energy and genuine smiles and arms out for a hug regardless of how sweaty you are or how much crap
Clothes don’t have to look easy to feel easy. That’s my takeaway from the first three shows of the season. Rachel Comey unofficially kicked off fashion week Wednesday morning with a show that could not have more accurately spoken to the state of the industry. In the spirit of fashion’s most popular buzzword (“consumer facing”), it was held in the middle of Crosby Street. The runway was a sliver of sidewalk that spanned the distance of the Crosby Street Hotel