Summer style isn't just about floral dresses and gladiator sandals, anymore! Arizona Muse sports casual on-trend looks for spring/summer in Madewell's latest lookbook titled, "The New Neutrals." Loving how Madewell proves that neutral basics give off a new perspective that's both polished and super chic.
See the rest of the lookbook after the jump!
Anna de Rijk soaks up the sun and plays with animals in Harper’s Bazaar Spain's June 2011 issue. Photographed by Txema Yeste, the spread features an amazing pair of cross shoes, ponchos with tassels and studded jackets, galore. Sooo much great stuff going on, here.
Check out the rest after the jump!
T by Alexander Wang's pre-fall 2011 lookbook is out! Alexander Wang shows off his unique range in design and aesthetics as he showcases everything from casual to sportswear and daytime to evening. When it comes to ready-to-wear, it doesn't get much better than this...
Check out the rest of Wang's pre-fall lookbook after the jump!
"The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco."
- Mark Twain
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Shot by Ami Sioux, Clémence Poésy plays with complementary colors and white walls for Wonderland Magazine back in December 2010. Although taken about a year ago, I still adore everything about this spread... not to mention, that tousled beach hair!
Thanks for the stylish memory, Le Fashion!
Lina Scheynius photographs Liu Xu & Hyun Yi in a cinematic and hauntingly beautiful editorial for Dazed & Confused Magazine's June 2011 issue. Such an inspiring and insanely intimate spread.
Check out the rest of "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?" after the jump!
Happy Friday, everyone! This weekend will be packed full of graduation festivities, birthday extravaganzas and sunny days at the park with Biggie. I love how this outfit works oh-so well for any of these celebratory occasions. Versatile separates designed for wearability? I'm all about it!
More after the jump...
Lusting for Black and Metallic †:
Shot by Beau Grealy, Missy Rayder graces the pages of Grey Magazine's S/S 2011 issue in a truly stunning editorial. Featuring garments by Gareth Pugh, Givenchy, 3.1 Phillip Lim and Alexander McQueen, sadness has never looked so damn beautiful.
Check out the rest of the editorial after the jump!
Isabel Marant's Forbes Suede Ankle Boots have been spotted on the feet of A-list fashionistas like Kate Bosworth and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley for months now. With it's unique spin on the classic cowboy boot and it's super laid-back appeal, it's no wonder why these booties are easily becoming the it-shoe of the season!
Here's how I would style these babies for a casual spring outing:
Outfit details after the jump!
Haven't done a song of the day in a while and thought I would bring it back. Was making dinner with the boy the other night and this came on. Dreamy feel good music is so necessary today... and everyday for that matter!
Check out the song after the jump!
|Enjoying this neon yellow clutch against Selezneva's pink belt and turquoise ring... perfect styling!|
Vogue Russia's June 2011 issue features model, Anna Selezneva, highlighting two substantial trends for spring with extreme grace and ease:
- White apparel, preferably white on white
- Neon and bold colored accessories/accents (seen, here)
Check out more pictures from "White Hot" after the jump!
Zara features bohemian chic looks mixed with hints of sportswear in their latest lookbook for spring. Showcasing excellent prints, a floral robe and plenty of cobalt blue and white pieces, I. Want. It. All!
Check out Complacency Kills' "People" feature on Zara.com, HERE.
See more Zara looks after the jump!
Kate Moss looks amazing as usual in a studded leather jacket, basic top, leather skirt and pointed stilettos as she leaves an intimate Lady Gaga show in London on May 12th. Although the model is also known for sporting opulent furs, it-bags and diamonds, I much prefer Ms. Moss when she returns to her signature low-key rocker attire. So effortlessly cool and not to mention, CHIC as hell!
Nasty Gal gets patriotic in their their latest spring lookbook appropriately titled, "American Woman." The American flag fashion trend is a prominent one in the states this season (Exhibit A: Kate Bosworth at Coachella) and Nasty Gal is currently carrying a crap load of sweet red, white and blue gear at fantastic prices!
...And now, some of my favorite items from NG's "American Woman" page †:
|Adore these pieces, so very much!|
From left to right:
Chambray Dolman Top | Eryn Brinie
Stars and Stripes Crop Tank | MinkPink
Check out the rest of the editorial after the jump!
Style Tip †:
Make things go "pop" this spring with yellow clothing and accessories!
From highlighter to lemon and mustard to honey, yellow comes in a brilliant variety of shades, tints and tones this season. Designers from all around the world like Kimberly Ovitz and Acne are embracing yellow in their own special way, so why shouldn't you?
See my past coverage on even more fashion trends, HERE.
More on yellow after the jump...
Friend of Mine's SS11 presentation at RAFW only solidifies why I'm so deeply in love with this brand. While keeping their garments clean and simple, Friend of Mine has a special way of making their looks more interesting by playing with texture, embellished accessories and unique hemlines. There are soooo many great pieces in this collection... I'm way too overwhelmed by it's understated cool vibes.
See my past post on Friend of Mine ft. 4th and Bleeker's Alexandra Spencer, HERE.
Check out more looks from the collection after the jump!
|Natasha Poly in Alexander Wang|
My two favorite model looks from this year's Met Ball couldn't be more opposite form one another! On one hand, we got Natasha Poly in a sultry Alexander Wang number paired with a fur and on the other; Lily Donaldson in a blue lace Erdem gown looking angelic as ever.
There's no doubt about it- I simply can't decide on which outfit I like more!
Help me choose by letting me know which one you prefer in the comment box, below.
...Make sure to also check out my other favorite red carpet looks from the 2011 Met Ball, HERE. †
|Lily Donaldson in Erdem|
One of my favorite models, Anja Rubik, sports high-fashion punk attire for Vogue Nippon's June 2011 issue. Shot by Josh Olins, "When Punk Meets Funk" features super sick pieces by brands like Balenciaga, Comme des Garçons, Balmain, Isabel Marant, Burberry Prorsum, and Miu Miu.
This is probably one of the best shoots I've seen in the past few months!
Check out the rest of the spread after the jump...
Actress, Clémence Poésy, looks effortlessly chic (as usual) in a pair of baggy slacks, a crisp white button-up and minimal accessories. Just gorgeous.
Via I Love Wildfox
Bambi Northwood-Blyth, Cisco Gorrow and Heidi Harrington-Johnson sport colored denim in Ksubi's latest film, "Kolors", captured by Daniel Askill. Jumping over 80's muscle cars?! Colorful smoke?!- There's no denying that this video is beyond mind-blowing. Bravo, Australia, bravo!
Check out the video along with more film stills after the jump!
Jacques Dequeker shoots Solange Wilvert on the pleasant streets of Nice for Iguatemi Magazine's most recent issue. If I could sum up this editorial in one word, it would be- Charming! Oozing an air of romance and timeless elegance, this spread makes me want to plan a trip to the French Riviera very VERY soon.
More photos after the jump!
It's such gorgeous day here in San Francisco. I'm about to go grab some lunch and soak up the sun while it lasts. Happy CDM!
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Noot Seear embraces Southern California style in an editorial for Foam Magazine's June/July issue. Photographed by Jason Lee Parry, Seear keeps things laid-back with awesome pink streaks and playful accessories.
More photos after the jump!
Attention to Detail †:
Polish off any look with one of these feminine, yet edgy stone and crystal cocktail rings! I really enjoy how these statement pieces bring subtle rawness and shine to the table without trying too hard. From crystal gems by Low Luv x Erin Wasson to intricate designs by ManiaMania, the "big question" is... Which one is your favorite!?
Ring details and more info after the jump...
|Blake Lively in Chanel with Karl Lagerfeld|
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit, also known as the Met Ball, celebrated the opening of "Alexander McQueen's: Savage Beauty" exhibition in New York City on May 2nd, 2011. From Mary Kate Olsen in Vintage Givenchy Haute Couture to Michelle Williams in Miu Miu, here are my favorite looks from this extravagant and fashionable event!
See who made the cut for best dressed after the jump!
My 2 year-old Brussels Griffon, Biggie, was featured in a San Francisco fashion show and auction benefit titled, Discarded to Divine, the other night.
Here's a bit about the show:
"Discarded to Divine is a charitable event showcasing the talents of professional and aspiring designers who transform discarded, donated clothing into one-of-a-kind couture creations and exquisite home décor which are auctioned to benefit those overcoming poverty, homelessness and domestic violence."- Discarded to Divine
Sporting the Chihuahua Day Jacket created by designer, Marianne Pearson, Biggie strutted his stuff on the catwalk for the very first time! It was all a bit nerve racking for me, but in the end, it was really nice to know that all proceeds went towards such an amazing cause- the St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco.
A big thanks to 7x7 Magazine and Discarded to Divine for allowing Biggie to make his runway debut that evening! We had a blast.
See behind the scenes photos of Biggie, the models and the event after the jump!
Star prints are making a huge comeback, once again. I must admit- I've always been partial to stars... so much so that I've even tattooed them on my back! From Erin Wasson and Jesse Jo Stark to Dolce and Gabbana's Fall 2011 presentation, everyone's seeing stars these days! Playful and super dreamy, here are my favorite star pieces on the market right now.
Check out collage details along with tons of star print inspiration (both on and off the runway) after the jump!