Calling all fashionistas, come celebrate Fashion’s Night Out with us in New York on September 8th! We’ll be doing double duty, DIYing at two of our favorite stores: Madewell & Free People! Snack on some sweet treats with me at Madewell while we DIY menswear inspired denim accessories. And just a couple of blocks away, at Free People, sip on cocktails and DIY our popular wrap bracelet with Lauren while listening to some live music. We hope to see you next Thursday night! xx
Rainbow colored dresses and unicorns motifs, long tiered maxis and cosmic stars patterns . . . these are a few of my favorite things. Pim, Kly, and Matina are the three sisters (Sretsis is Sisters spelled backwards!) behind this whimsical collection and aim to inspire girls to experience the regular joy of dressing up rather than locking up clothes only for special occasions. I’m inspired. Mission accomplished!
How flippin’ hip is this surf shack owned by Richard Christiansen of the ad agency Chandelier Creative? Albeit I won’t be spending the last few days of summer at this Montauk hideaway, you’ll find me at the Yuba River this weekend for some pre-NYFW rest & relaxation. P.S. How in the world is it already September 1st?!
What do you get when you put a downtown hipster’s head and a dapper man’s torso on top of Anna Dello Russo’s gams? The Sartorialtwist, of course. Harry Woodrow’s site randomly generates Scott Schuman‘s street style photos, shuffling them into hundreds of kooky yet surprisingly stylish and spot on ensembles. It’s so addicting and LOL-inducing that we dare you not to hit refresh.
As part of their Fall 2011 collection, Hermès has teamed up with graffiti artist Kongo to produce several silk scarves based around his signature style. Featuring an all-over tag, the scarves are now available at Hermès, with part of the proceeds going towards graffiti collective Kosmopolis which supports young artists. Wish list. Check.