Speaking of gender bending accessories and looks, I am loving all the pant suits on red carpets these days. I’ve been hoping for years ladies would take more risks and it finally seems to be happening. This photo is from a shoot I photographed and styled in 2008 for WWD, which I still love. Shorts, boots or heels and vests are a timeless look for summer, day or night. Continue reading
Sometimes I see something on the men’s side and wish they had made it for girls. Example A, these gorgeous lace-up oxfords from Jimmy Choo for spring 2015. For men. Wouldn’t a women’s bag with this color scheme and vibe be sick too? My imagination is running wild.
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Michael Apted‘s fascinating documentary, Bending the Light premieres this weekend on August 3rd at Michael Moore’s Traverse City Film Festival in Michigan. It’s a great tribute to the incredible Japanese craftsmen who make the lenses for high end cameras and includes interviews with the photographers and cinematographers who use them: Greg Gorman, Laura El-Tantawy, Richard Barnes, and Stephen Goldblatt. Watch the trailer below. Continue reading
Pink and brown in every shade always look good layered. Obsessed with this embroidered chiffon maxi dress from Alice + Olivia, with a Mango vintage belt (a belt like this is a must for every closet and this one is super affordable), Kristen Cavallari for Chinese Laundry suede boots, and Tory Burch fringe shoulder bag. This is my ideal every day look.
My new favorite accessory line is Vincent Peach out of Nashville. They make a ton of really cool stuff including these gorgeous equestrian wrap cuffs that can also be worn around the neck as chokers. I got a smaller version of the wrap bracelet from their pearl collection, below. Adding the ones above to my birthday wish list. Continue reading
A while back I got a tweet from the Brooklyn based band Stargroves with their track “Westfjords,” featuring vocals by native New Yorker Abigail Breslin (“Little Miss Sunshine,” Abigail, I don’t know if we can ever stop calling you that because the film was so awesome and timeless). I try to listen to all the music young artists send me because I know how much work and passion goes into running after creative dreams so it’s important to hear and see everything being done. Even better when that listen produces something interesting. Stargroves, formed and lead by singer songwriter Teddy Watson, has an ethereal melancholic pop sound, and with Abigail’s voice and Continue reading
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Tim Sutton’s film “Memphis,” starring Willis Earl Beal, which I saw and loved at Sundance this January, opens September 5th. It’s a lyrical cinematic poem about the life of a musician, shot and paced in a quiet effective way. For film geeks and music lovers alike. Go see it. Trailer below. Continue reading
Love this Thom Browne blazer from Resort 2015. I’m always a big fan of contrasting prints.
Summer Fridays are for leaving early for the beach or shopping at your desk. Before you do one do the other. Lots of cool things on sale this week including this Tory Burch Marion tote, See by Chloe wedge sneakers, Rebecca Minkoff’s Mac cross body bag and the Rag and Bone classic Newbury bootie. All of which will look amazing with this Rachel Pally maxi dress I am in love with.
Stephen Shore has a new show opening at 303 Gallery in September. I can’t ever get enough of his work, the original everything as far as color photography goes. Sometimes I wish I hadn’t dropped his photo class (three semesters in a row) while I was at Bard but being a film major was expensive enough without adding photo classes before the advent of digital. I still feel like I learned a lot from him. Incredible artist. The show opens September 11th through November 1st, 2014.