Oh heyyy Man Repeller!
Oh heyyy Man Repeller!
Here’s your chance to get outfitted by Cher Coulter. The celebrity stylist best known for dressing super chic clients like Kate Bosworth, Elizabeth Olsen, and Sienna Miller has recently teamed up with denim label AG for her own capsule collection–the first of AG’s new “Stylist Series.”
We were lucky enough to get a sneak peek of Cher Coulter x AG at Scoop NYC’s Meatpacking outpost late last week–and even engage in a little Q and A with the very busy lady of the hour. Read on for more about Coulter’s design ambitions, whether she’ll do reality tv, and clients who learn a little too much from her.
“Edie Campbell goes to Russia” was how Misha Nonoo described her Fall 2013 collection, the designer’s sixth since relocating to New York from England more than four years ago. The collection, a mashup of classic English tailoring and Russian military aesthetic, reflected that sentiment to a T. Slim cut, borrowed-from-the-boys jackets were paired with girly Read more →
I’ve never had much faith in tarot cards or fortune tellers–after all, my last palm reading involved the words “infertility” and “twin boys”–but I couldn’t help but be intrigued when Victoria’s Secret invited me to get my “love fortune” told by a lipstick-kiss fortune teller (yes, that’s a job) in its monstrous Herald Square store. I mean, your lips are the window to your… mouth, aren’t they?
And now, a very special Valentine’s Day edition of Love, the L Train, and What I Wore…
The only thing worse than playing third wheel to your roommate’s recently rekindled relationship on a Saturday night? Staying home alone and repainting your two-square-foot size bathroom while listening to Taylor Swift–occasionally pausing briefly to google Jake Gyllenhaal’s favorite Brooklyn coffee shops as you whimper softly to yourself–after the guy you had a major middle-school-crush on texts you saying he’s seeing someone else.
Tibi designer Amy Smilovic gets that the very idea of Valentine’s Day is enough to warrant some serious retail therapy in some people (ie: us), so she created an entire capsule collection around it! She also took some time to indulge us in a nosy Q and A about making the new line, her worst Valentine’s Day and what to do if you’re single on the most romantic day of the year.
Opulence was the name of the game at Alice + Olivia for Fall 2013. Stacey Bendet took a decidedly darker direction this season, replacing the simple, girlish ’50s shapes of spring with texture, embellishments, and ultra-feminine silhouettes at her line’s presentation last night at the Highline Stages. A violinist accompanied the DJ spinning ’90s tunes Read more →
From Versace inspired by Johnny Rotten to Karl Lagerfeld’s version of Sid Vicious, see how punk and high fashion came together for the Met’s upcoming Costume Institute exhibit.
“It’s this idea of curiosity and mystery–you know, curiosity is what inspires fashion,” Cynthia Rowley whisper-shouted to me above the boisterous crowd that had piled into her new Upper East Side store, which last night doubled as a show space for her Fall 2013 presentation. Indeed, there was much to be curious about: From the Read more →
Puffy genital skin-banning dress code, be damned! Last night’s Grammy Awards may not have had the craziest fashion we’ve ever seen, but it was still pretty great. I mean, there was a dress that birthed butterflies–and Justin Timberlake finally introduced his baby ‘fro to a blow dryer. It doesn’t get much more awesome than that.
Of course, it wasn’t all amazing: Katy Perry was there, so you know how that usually goes…