We love pastels, but they can be tricky. If the hue is even the slightest bit off or styled in the wrong way, you end up looking like you’re a six-year-old out in the yard hunting for Easter eggs. That said, there’s little that brings a greater sense of renewal than pulling out your lightest and brightest accessories for spring…
Jeremy Scott, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Mansur Gavriel, Zero + Maria Cornejo, and Rag & Bone: The Spice of Life
Day four of New York Fashion Week, day two without any IDs or money. I’m beyond grateful for my Lexus sponsorship because without money, I can’t even take the subway! The middle of a four-day weekend is the worst time to have your bag stolen; it’s difficult to get banks on the phone and any cards replaced. Luckily, I had some high-energy shows to keep my mind off my troubles. From Jeremy Scott’s euphoria-inducing tryst with all things rockabilly to Mansur Gavriel’s seemingly effortless foray into shoes, the mood was optimistic and so were the clothes.
This bag makes me want to plan a weekend trip, stat. For their new Flight bag collection’s inspiration, which also includes a smaller satchel style, Rag & Bone looked to quintessential English luggage, like the traditional Gladstone bag, with a vintage ’70s twist, à la the oversized domed rivets.
Never has a brand gone from blah to bam as quickly as Gucci under the new direction of Alessandro Michele. The departure of Frida Giannini was welcomed by both the industry and consumers, along with longtime Gucci devotees, and it was a brilliant move on the brand’s part appointing their Senior Accessories Director, as this is a house known for their accessories. Consider this new phase a welcome return to the brand’s strengths.
We’re all concerned about how to cuff, which we should be, but really it’s about which cuff goes with which shoe. You want to cuff your jeans so you can showcase your shoes but make sure you’ve got the right cuff. There’s an art to it. Just look at this array of recently cuffed celebs.
I’m in the middle of a heat wave, but what am I shopping for? Fur, cashmere, and wool! I guess you could say I like to plan ahead. To be honest, though, once the winter chill hits, it’s easy to get lazy with your look – specifically with outerwear.
Winter is coming! It may be awhile before the temperatures drop severely, but the cold season has a way of creeping up sooner and more swiftly than you think. And even if yours isn’t as severe as it is in Winterfell, having a nice, warm and fuzzy friend to snuggle with feels right when you’re chilly.