Cashmere sweaters over silk embroidered shift dresses over leather pants. Quilted parkas over silk printed strapless tops over silk chiffon tunics over crepe skirts. We were all taking mental notes while being schooled in the art of layering at BCBG Max Azria yesterday. This season, Max and Lubov Azria combined the intricate tile patterns of Turkey, the eclectic style of the gypsies of Southern Europe, and the gritty street artwork of artist Phil Frost into one lustworthy collection – filled with a copious amount of separates for all your layering interpretations. Add slouchy beanies and thigh high leather boots and it’s truly head to toe perfection.
From lookbooks of seasons past, it’s obvious that Karen Walker likes to take fun and creative risks with her eyewear collections. Karen has recently partnered with Ari Seth Cohen, of Advanced Style, to photograph four of his favorite style icons for her summer 2013 campaign Forever. Whether your 22 or 92, age is no barrier to fabulous personal style. The 31 piece collection drops in stores on February 11th!
Yesterday, I stopped by the Lulu Frost studio for an exciting DIY session with the lovely Lisa Salzer and her crafty team. We had been chatting for weeks about finding creative ways to display and store jewelry – a problem we all seemed to struggle with. So after sorting through Lisa’s wide ranging collection of antique hardware, we were inspired to find a way to show off not only her found treasures but also our favorite Lulu Frost jewels.
We love Los Angeles Times’ regular round up of the 50 Best – from cigar bands to snow domes, Vegas chips to high heels, and Tokyo taxi tops to soda pops. Their recent collection of 50 vintage beer cans comes from Dan Becker and Lance Wilson’s Beer: A Genuine Collection of Cans. Can we talk about how incredibly stylish beer cans used to be?!