Ever notice how sometimes the most stylish girls at fashion parties are behind the DJ booth? Well, for the most part, that's no happy accident. Over the past few years, it seems a crop of young, well-dressed fashion girls has emerged as the go-to djs for fashion parties. Brands these days want girls who look the part. What's interesting about them is that almost none of them are just djs for a living. Most have some other role in the fashion or entertainment industry that occupies their daylight hours, while their nights are spent looking cute with headphones as their main accessory. Tonight, for example, we're headed to a party that model/actress/musician Solange Knowles is dj'ing. The following 10 girls have varying degrees of actual DJ talent, but what they do have in common is an innate sense of style that we all want to emulate. Here's a little guide to who these girls are.
As it turns out, the best possible way to spend your summer Friday might be by frolicking around a traditional Swedish maypole. A mix of music folk, editors, and bloggers including Elin Kling and Kelly Framel convened at the Yard at Soho Grand early Friday evening to celebrate a holiday near and dear to the Kanon Organic Vodka team's hearts--Swedish Midsummer. After creating custom flowered-and-beribboned headpieces with a little help from downtown florist Ovando, guests dug into straight-outta-Stockholm snacks like lingonberry jam, mini meatballs, and sugared gummy candy.
Fabricly, an e-commerce website that launched this past December, is to budding fashion designers what record labels are to music artists. Designers a