The moment I tried on this DKNY lace slip dress, I instantly fell in love and knew it would quickly become a wardrobe staple. I was mostly smitten with the extra wide lace trim that provided the perfect amount of transparency – so much so that I wanted one in white and ivory, in addition to the black. Surely there should be an easy way to recreate it with a simple slip and couple of yards of delightful lace trim. It turns out, even with my amateur sewing skills, it was 100% doable and I now can’t get enough of my new favorite layering piece.
When I’m in my 6os, I wanna be like Linda Rodin. F that. I wanna be Linda Rodin. The former stylist and founder of Rodin skincare radiates distinctive, chic elegance. Her silver hair is almost always effortlessly tied up, her lips are never without her signature bright pink, her sunglass game is continuously on point, and she rocks denim better than I do. Ageless beauty at its best.
This one will have you rotating your computer screen in circles . . . or just standing on your head. Known for his surreal and fantastical paintings, Polish artist Jacek Yerka has created a series of images that depict four different scenes. Turn the painting 90 degrees, readjust your eyes and have your mind boggled!
If you’ve been looking for more vindication to live in jeans all year long, Koral Denim is the right rationale. 100% made in LA and founded by Peter Koral (formerly of 7 For All Mankind) Koral has been working hard to develop the perfect denim by finding the best creatives to help design lust worthy premium denim collections. New head designer Nicole King-Burroughs, who formerly worked as Gap’s 1969 Vintage Denim Design Director, focused on balancing sexy refinement with boyish freedom for their spring collection. I’m personally loving the bright indigo wash denim, chambray jumpsuit and broken in railroad stripe shirt!