The second collection from George Frost, Lulu Frost’s unisex line, draws inspiration from 60’s civil rights and anti-war movements. No Goods is made in New York City with materials like bullet casings, hand braided horsehair and out of circulation dollar bills. Intimate personal messages are also expressed thought the collection by way of symbols and morse code that spell out luck, loyal, unite and trust. Love.
The holidays are creepin’ and so begins our annual series of gift guides. For the next few weeks, we’re rounding up all of our favorite things in hopes that they will inspire you with ideas, as well as help ease the overwhelming task that is holiday shopping! First up is a gift guide for girl who has been wearing plaid before it was ever a trend, likes to get her hands dirty, handwrites her letters with an ink pen and can rock a chic leather harness like nobody else can . . .
Confezioni Crosby‘s has us absolutely itching for a weekend getaway – to just about anywhere warm. Confezioni is an old fashioned word in Italian that means tailor-made and Crosby is the street in New York where designers Benedetta Antonelli and Jonathan Joory live. Inspired by old American workwear, this collection is full of lightweight and playful utilitarian clothing, while honoring Antontelli’s Italian roots. So chic and feminine.
How brilliant is this December Vogue editorial, where fashion pays homage to some of art’s greatest works? Shot by Annie Leibovitz and edited by Grace Coddington, Jessica Chastain recreates van Gogh’s La Mousmé in Alexander McQueen, Gustav Klimt’s portrait of Ria Munk in Vera Wang, Frederic Leighton’s Flaming June in Theory by Theyskens, and Félix Vallatton’s Le Retour de la Mer in Alexander Wang. Bravo!