This year marks the 10th anniversary of Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent. That’s some serious staying power in a very fickle industry.
To celebrate the occasion, we caught up with Vincent–who is also credited as the original creative lead behind contemporary mega-brand Vince–in her Los Angeles showroom.
I definitely wouldn’t consider myself a tomboy, but sometimes a girl just wants to wear a t-shirt, ya know? And ideally, a soft one. This one is pretty much my go-to. I like that it’s crew neck and a little boyish. It feels vaguely ’90s a la Claire Forlani in Meet Joe Black. And considering Read more →
The first official day of “spring” is tomorrow. Apparently. (With another snow day yesterday we’re starting to doubt spring will ever come.) Even though the weather is still kind of miserable, we’ve already started our spring shopping lists. Here’s what we’re all craving if warmer weather ever happens. Fingers crossed.
Earlier this week, news broke that Vince co-founders Rea Laccone and Christopher LaPolice had resigned from the company. Today, in the revolving door that is the fashion industry, we learned that another designer who recently left the label she founded will join Vince as creative director: Doo-Ri Chung.
Occupation: Intern at The Guggenheim
What was the last good exhibition you went to? I loved the Monet exhibition at Gagosian.
Looking good for the workplace is a must, but it’s so hot out that all we want to do is collapse in a heap under the nearest air conditioner. For those of us for whom that’s not an option, thankfully there’s good news: shorts can be work-appropriate. Here we round up our faves, plus six rules (and when to break them). So sit back, get a snow cone, and try to beat the heat by any means necessary for the weekend. But when Monday morning rolls around, we’ve got you covered.
Shop it to Me, the site that sends you daily email updates of sales on clothing matching your size and brand preferences, knows a lot about its members. Each person is required to enter an address and a list of designers they’d like to be updated on. Luckily for us, Shop it to Me‘s decided Read more →
One of my favorite shirts is a long sleeved navy and gray striped shirt by Vince. I wear it often and it’s super comfortable. But I don’t like how it can so easily look plain. That’s the problem with stripes: they can be chic, they can be fun, or they can be boring. I usually Read more →
Poor Scoop. The New York-based boutique’s having a rough time of it and it sounds like things are just getting worse. Diane Von Furstenberg was the top selling brand at their Meatpacking District location until Diane decided to open up shop across the street in March of 2007. Agreements were made to guarantee different merchandise Read more →