Postcards from Vogue

A collection of one hundred postcards from the classic covers of Vogue. Launched in 1892 and acquired by Condé Nast in 1909, Vogue has been setting fashion trends and writing cutting-edge social commentary for over a century. Described as “the world’s most influential fashion magazine” by the New York Times, Vogue pioneered the art of … [Read more…]

Lacy Little Things

Most mornings, I put on a basic nude bra under my clothes. It’s practical, but let’s be honest – it’s also entirely boring. In an effort to change things up to kick off the year, I’ve been making little changes here and there: a bright coral lipstick with boyfriend jeans, a messy chignon instead of … [Read more…]

The Mini Skirt

Anthony Vaccarello matches navy mini skirts with white shirts and red nails at his SS14 show. If there is a piece that we would like to see more of for, it’s the mini skirt. This very sexy and feminine piece had it’s glory days in the early 2000 and has been in the spotlights a … [Read more…]

Wearing Maripol

>> My love of Maripol is part and parcel of my vague obsession with that late ’70s- 80s era of downtown New York burst of underground creativity from Antonio Lopez to Jean-Michel Basquiat.  Through her Polaroids, she documented a scene that easily seduces the likes of me, who want to live vicariously through those hedonistic … [Read more…]