The other day, I woke up after looking at pictures on tumblr all night and was inspired to dress a little grunge. This is my casual, I-don’t-want-to-look-like-too-much-of-a-tumblr-whore, attempt at being a little grunge without being overwhelmingly so.
Photos: Alexander Moss
Tomboy released a series of ads featuring Chloë Sevigny. This seems to mean that Chloé will be collaborating with them to style their Spring/Summer 2012 line. I am super excited about this.
I think Chloë is extremely talented and she is one of my favorite style icons.
I first fell in love with her in Big Love, but wasn’t enamored with her fashion sense until I saw this video, where she takes us on a tour of her closet.
This was around the same time that she was designing for Opening Ceremony, which is one of the most successful fashion collaborations to date.
I am hoping Chloë’s help will jettison this brand to the a more public forum. As of now it is relatively unknown and difficult to procure. Let’s hope a famous face does this company good!
Here is an awesome DIY from A Pair & A Spare and Harpers Bazaar is so cute! I can see my sister Kate rocking this easy to make sequin bra with some high waisted, drapey wide leg pants and a translucent white shirt tucked in and only buttoned up half way.
Here is an example of how I would style it. I just bought these orange pants and I am obsessed with them. So glam!
With such fabulous clothing, one has to keep the accessories to a minimum. I paired this outfit with a simple gold cuff and relatively simple make up. With gold eyes and deep purple red nails to pick up on the glam factor, I kept the lips and blush to a subtle nude and a warm tawny color.
A Pair & a Spare: DIY sequin triangle bra | Harper’s BAZAAR.
The Row Poaches Prada’s President — The Cut.
Looks like the Olsens are expanding The Row even more. The Cut reports that they are hiring François Kress, of Prada, as their new president and COO. This could be very exciting news! We’ll just have to wait and see.
These faceted mirror shoes disappear into the landscape around you. Designed by Andreia Chaves, who grew up in the very hectic Sao Paulo, these shoes reflect the urban stochasticity that surrounded her through a jaunty textured surface that allows your shoes to mimic your surroundings.
Andreia Chaves is a very interesting designer. She spends a lot of time using 3D modeling programs, which is something I can strongly relate to. It’s just one more example of how architecture and fashion are linked and speak very closely with one another.