Sexy layers and bias cuts at Anthony Vaccarello for fall 2015. This is so my jam. Continue reading
Digging this musical Monday track, “Yeah You” just released by Freedom Fry, an LA-based duo made up of Marie Seyrat and Bruce Driscoll of Blondfire. It’s got a sweet tinged Family Of The Year meets The Submarines vibe, perfect on this hazy sort of gloomy morning, which deserves a listen or few. They’re performing at SXSW on March 18th at the Palm Door on Sabine.
Sneak peek at some pre fall accessories from Marni. Love this bag and the boots. Continue reading
I have turned into a total girl about everything. Give me a gorgeous flower bouquet, some gardening tools and cookies to decorate, (did I mention scented rose petals in lace baggies?) Yup, that’s my jam now. Lock me in a wedding prep closet and throw away the key because this punk rock chic is officially a woman now. Wedding Paper Divas hosted the loveliest event yesterday at the Lombardi House in LA to celebrate their new bridal stationary collaboration with wedding goddess aka celebrity party planner Mindy Weiss. Lots of pretty familiar faces amidst the cheery Wednesday afternoon crowd, but don’t let the innocent faces fool you, we ate plenty of grilled cheese and dessert while still looking like ladies. Pics from the day below. Continue reading
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One can only hope that a Luisa Beccaria gown from her fall 2015 collection will end up on a red carpet in Cannes this May, which would definitely be the case if one of my clients was going. This woman creates feminine romance like no other. More below. Continue reading
Eyes bugging out right now. Dolce Gabbana floral heels for spring. For winter. Forever.
T Bags cutout oversized jumpsuit, Guiseppe Zanotti heels, YSL clutch and a Vita Fede two tone bracelet. Kenny Scharf is having an opening this Saturday at Honor Fraser gallery in LA. Check out some new work below. Continue reading
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I am totally digging the geek chic boho vibe at Gucci this season. There is nothing wrong with going far into the archives of an iconic brand that everyone else has been ‘inspired by’ for so long, which the new creative director of Gucci, Alessandro Michele, exclaimed with his fall 2015 collection. Continue reading
This years Oscars ceremony was one of the most inspiring and political shows I have seen. Aside from the fact that Boyhood should have won Best Picture, and Selma was disgracefully missing from every other category, director Alejandro González Iñárritu asked for respect for Mexican immigrants, Patricia Arquette gave a kick ass speech (watch it below) on women’s equality and Common and John Legend performed their winning track from Selma, delivering a powerful message in both their performance and acceptance speech, creatively and politically. CitizenFour won for Best Documentary, and several of the films in this year’s line up were of the indie variety, which is already a coup. The best quote of the night came from Graham Moore, who won for Best Adapted Screenplay for The Imitation Game, another film that deserved to win so much more, “Stay weird, stay different, and when it’s your turn…” I loved it, as usual it inspired the film chick that lives inside me at all times. But more on that later. There were some swell parties during the week as well, including one of my favorites, for Women in Film. This year’s Pre-Oscar Cocktail Party presented by Continue reading
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Thank god for these girls. Pussy Riot’s first English language song gets right down to it. Both versions of the video, including the one featuring the protests that took to the streets after the Eric Garner decision, a collaboration with Nick Zinner, Andrew Wyatt, Shahzad Ismailli and Richard Hell, are below. Both are powerful reminders of everything we need to keep paying attention to. Continue reading