Is this great or what?!
I personally like these:
Ironically, I didn’t care much for the shoes
only because I’m not sure I have
anywhere to wear them to haha
BUT I did take note of some:
Epic. (would it be better in black?)
Also very classic Jimmy epic..
Coming out November 14th!!
GO GO GO!
Credits: Purple Cuffs
No words…except September 18th.
Daul looks really good here.
Erin Wasson’s showing of her RVCA collection.
Seems like she made up for A Wang’s no-after-party decision.
Crinkled velvet, striped shirt-dresses, leather vests, hats…
WHEN WILL IT BE AVAILABLE?!
On a side note, I really like these Adidas:
Maybe it’s true:
SHOES CAN TAKE YOU PLACES.
So Chel and I came back as NYFW just started. Our plan was this: stalk fashion editors and take pictures of stylish people at Karen Walker, Vena Cava and the Alexander Wang shows. BUT. We sort of failed. quite miserably in fact.
First, we realized that NY fashion shows are a lot more discreet than we expected. We’ve seen pictures taken by the Sart and there were always these open squares with a whole bunch of photographers crowding around. But it was definitely not like that in NY. Here we are, two young stalkerazzi awaiting to take pictures and meet lots of stylish people, hoping to just blend in with the rest of the photographers (except I don’t have a professional camera, I’m just lugging around my Sony Cybershot). But it was too awkward!
However, the highlight was: We saw Camille from Childhood Flames standing on the line to Karen Walker Show, but she went inside before we knew it.
BUT EVEN BETTER: WE SAW ANNA WINTOUR AND HER DAUGHTER!!! coming out of Vena Cava. Well, to be precise, Chel got a good look at her and slow me caught a glimpse of Anna’s bob through the passenger seat window. Haha, so unfortunately I couldn’t even manage a decent stalkerazzi picture of her
Anyway, after Vena Cava, Chel and I just decided to stop kidding ourselves and didn’t even show up in front of A Wang’s show. Instead, we attempted to take some pictures of ourselves while walking around Chelsea. Here is the back of Chel’s outfit:
And the feet in this next picture would belong to me
In any case, I was still glad I went back to NY this weekend: I got to eat good food, saw a bunch of extremely well-dressed people, and was in awe at just being within the atmosphere. Maybe next season, I’ll show up with a real camera and some extra confidence and take some gorgeous photos
Bye for now!
Nylon was nice enough to give us a first look at McQ’s upcoming target collection. While we’re not super impressed, we still love McQ and well, what did you expect from a Target collection? In anycase, we each picked out our favorite look. I love the look on the left, (kind of reminds me of that silk dress from A. Wang’s spring collection, and speaking of A. Wang, have you seen his Sak’s video? Still adorable.) MJ is eyeing the bodysuit on the right. Both look like great additions to my summer/spring wardrobee.
Credit: Nylon Mag
Credits: WWD, NYMag, Style
Yay! Our favorite wavy-haired designer darling won the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund this year, which means that he receives $200,000 to expand his business even further plus a year’s worth of mentoring. Doesn’t this news just make your day?
PS- Too bad Erin’s not styling his shows anymore…
For those of you who don’t know, MJ is actually a contributing writor for the Supermelon (: She’s already written many many articles for them, but she recently did an amazing piece on wearing fur and all the amazingness of it. I’m love love loving fur right now; especially watching all those Rachel Zoe episodes. In anycase, please check it out ! She’d love some feedback and love!
Go check it out here
During the summer, I read an interesting article on Martin Margiela, proclaiming him to be Fashion’s Invisible Man. Before this article, it never occured to me that I had no idea what he looked like–but what does it matter? Looking through his Spring 2009 RTW show though (rumored to be his last show before he retired), I found it amusing that he had the models’ faces covered up as well, seemingly mirroring his own style. Its admirable, that theres someone out there who still cares more for his work to be recognized than to be recognized (by face) for it.
To add more to the craziness, Dani Stahl is offering to give up all her jewelry to the person who can accurately draw a picture of what he looks like now (the last photograph of Margiela was circa 1998) here. (Kind of reminds me of ‘Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist’ when they were chasing ‘Where’s Fluffy’)
If you have no idea what I’m talking about, this article is a good read: Martin Margiela, Fashions Invisible Superstar.