I told you they were coming…and here they are…cut to your liking. All the different lengths and colors a girl could dream of. I have to admit, I want to hate this look, but part of me can’t tear away from these carefully put-together “carefree” looks. I mean, they are easy to throw on and go run errands in, and they are insanely comfortable as long as you don’t go for the Daisy Duke version.
This season, the dates of the London shows were moved up to avoid coinciding with Pitti Uomo. Translation: the guys have now have their own MONTH. And why not? I think it’s time we start taking menswear a little more seriously.
To model his new Australian Merino wool collection, Roland Mouret selected a true Aussie – my dear friend Nicole Warne (aka Gary Pepper Girl)!
If there were ever a collection that seemed to be curated entirely for me, this is it. Narcissism aside, my deep affinity for Balmain stems not only from the brilliant interpretations Olivier Rousteing produces each season, but from the artisanal craft coming forth from each and every, single piece.
Once I got the FlipBelt, I had no idea how I ever lived without it. There never seem to be pockets in your workout clothes, whether you’re a runner, biker, climber, or avid dog walker. It’s hot, so you’re not going to wear a jacket, and you don’t want to carry a backpack just for keys and a phone. The FlipBelt is the perfect solution (and surprisingly simple – why didn’t I think of this??).
You probably already have plans this weekend that involve friends, fireworks, and a lot of delicious food. Though that’s certainly a great way to celebrate July 4th, how about adding on to that? By shopping! Yes, there really are few things more American than that, however, I’m talking about socially conscious shopping – supporting a clothing line that builds up our economy and provides jobs for Americans.