Stephen Shore‘s ability to turn something as mundane as a highway billboard or a motel room puzzle into captivating scene, leaving the viewer staring and yearning for more, makes him one of the most legendary American photographers. Here are just a few of my favorite works . . . be inspired.
Many of you asked about the jeans I wore in last week’s DIY so I thought I’d share the far too easy steps to achieve the same look. They were inspired by a pair of Vetements, worn by Pernille Teisbaek, during London Fashion Week. I loved the raw, uneven hem so much that I immediately pulled an old pair of jeans from my denim collection and took a seam ripper and pair of scissors to them. Using straight leg denim works best here but you an also experiment with skinny and bootcut styles. I’m on a denim destroy and repair roll – try and stop me!
Just borrow from the boys . . .
Only Dries Van Noten can orchestrate jacquards, brocades and light weight silks in a symphonic clashing of colors and patterns. His spring collection was an epic lesson in layering and self-assured dressing. Music to our ears. 40s inspired silhouettes were brought back to the future with sequin motifs, explosive prints and rich colors – all layered together so beautifully and accessorized with tattoo patterned gloves and socks. Let’s take a moment and just appreciate the flawless details, shall we?