Award Season Starts Early Thanks to Jewels from the Roving Stove . Plus, my picks for The Most Stylish Bloggers!Thank you, thank you to the gorgeous and talented Julie Anne Rhodes, aka Jewels from The Roving Stove for the Most Stylish Blogger Nomination!I'm more than flattered to get the thumbs up for constantly amusing you with the Impromptu Madness videos that Brad Boles and I have so much fun working on. If we had our own TV talk show (hint, […]
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Rebecca Taylor fashion show fall 2010 at mercedes benz fashion week New York. Runway Review: For her Fall 2010 Collection Rebecca Taylor traded out her favored florals, floaty, flirty shapes, dresses and candy floss colors for a slightly more modern, refined feeling line-up of animal prints, tailored tweeds, sweater knits and earth tones.The result was loaded with layering separates, clean lines and chic faux furs that were right in step with the seasons emergent trends.More Fashion Show Photos & Runway […]
Styling tips to make a 7-year old YSL Leather Jacket look modernI have an authentic vintage Yves Saint Laurent black leather jacket that I purchased around 2002 when I worked for the company. The blazer style leather jacket with shoulder pads was very expensive at the time and cost ?2k (over $3,100). Luckily, I was able to use my employee discount. Unfortunately, I have not worn it much since. With the return of the big shoulders this season, I think […]
Fashion designers of the decade. Our fashion savants, and vintage experts, Andrea Perini and Naveed Hussain of VagabondNYC have culled some of their thoughts from the past 10 years and have put together this quick-study crib sheet of what influences in fashion are worth remembering and collecting from the decade and why.
NY Fashion Week: Herve Leger Spring / Summer 2010 fashion show review
NY Fashion Week: Ports 1961 Spring / Summer 2010 fashion show runway review.
NY Fashion Week : Proenza Schouler Spring / Summer 2010 Fashion Show Review
NY Fashion Week: Rebecca Taylor Spring / Summer 2010 Fashion Show & Runway review
I am a major proponent of the humble knit ski cap – preferably picked up at Duane Reade for $3 on a freezing night when the cashmere Marc Jacobs beret thing I’m wearing seems over-affected for the circumstances. Also, the cheapest ones are the most malleable – length and width wise – and always come in my favorite colors – black, gray, charcoal, army-green, bandaid . I don’t feel bad if I lose them and they allow me more time […]