The one thing you can count on for certain when Prabal Gurung unleashes a new collection? Ironically, it’s the element of surprise. With a flair for the deftly dramatic and a gutsy, excitable kind of energy that’s so unique to his vision, you can always expect the unexpected from Prabal.
Flasher in leopard G-string aside (the man, also wearing a gold crown and red tube socks, artfully dodged the security using models as his shield), Prabal Gurung showed a highly wearable and softly pretty collection for the Fall 2014 season.
It was an absolute dream to be able to attend the Golden Globes. Well, I didn’t actually attend the awards show, only the parties and I wasn’t actually ON the red carpet but I was pretty darn close. Apparently I photo bombed Ryan Seacrest all night on the E! red carpet show, I am hanging […]
After a whirlwind week in NYC, I finally have some time to sit down and collect my thoughts. First I prepared a mental checklist of everything on my wish list, but now it’s on to the trends! Which ones stuck out to you? Here are the styles I expect to see hitting the streets come spring…
Sometimes the word pretty is a filler, as inconsequential as saying someone you’ve just met is “really nice.” And sometimes, like during NYFW, it’s a fine compliment. So goes it with Peter Som’s Spring ’14 runway show. All I could keep thinking is: ‘How pretty are these clothes?!’ He has always executed this well, and now he’s doing it better than ever – with plenty of edge to finish it off.
Lately I’ve been taking my couture with a twist. Your must-have LBDs shouldn’t be basic and neither should black skirts. And it’s all about the skirt this season, so choose wisely. Start with a pencil shape – this is an essential that will serve you well for years and years. Just make sure it’s not the same one every other woman in the office is wearing!
It happens every year. The temps drop and the hemlines quickly follow. Make covering up exciting with a bold print. Pair your skirt with a crop top until it starts to really get cold, then transition into a fitted button-up. Just avoid baggy tops at all costs.