Hi guys, I’ll be attending the BOSS Womenswear Spring/Summer 2015 show. Tune in today at 2:30 p.m. EST to watch the live stream.
I collaborated with Target on a story highlighting world prints and how to work them into your everyday style. It was so fun to work with my friend Koo shooting around downtown LA and Los Feliz. I love the bright accessories teamed with basic denim and cotton pieces.
These canvas bags are so ideal for summer.
Look out for the ads in store!
I stopped by to hang out at the MJ popup tweet shop in Soho in between shows during fashion week – how fun is the concept of hashtag as currency? They had manicures, Langley Fox’s beautiful illustrations on every wall, and pieces to win by posting to Twitter and Instagram. I entertained myself by balancing things with long stems behind my ears. Such a fun interactive concept for one of my favorite fragrances.
(Sonia Rykiel coat, Jenni Kayne top, Reformation trousers, Terzakou Paris shoulder bag, Barbara Bui boots)
There’s no right way to wear a nude mesh top in the middle of winter/the daytime but if it needs to happen, wear your drowniest other clothes over layers of tights and socks and fill your grandpa coat up with Japanese pocket warmers. This outfit was from two days ago here at NYFW, shot right outside the Phillip Lim show on W 33rd Street. I know I normally stick to Reformation’s tinier more lingerie-like pieces but I am actually fully obsessed with these trousers right now. High-ish waisted voluminous perfection.
It was such an honor to be in Paris with Lacoste for the launch of their Life is a Beautiful Sport campaign. I wore a leather and neoprene top from their fall collection, fitted at the torso and oversized to a very fun degree everywhere else. I love the new clean and minimal approach that Felipe Oliveira Baptista has applied to the iconic brand – take a look at the video below. Thanks so much to the Lacoste team for having me and I can’t wait to show you the second part of our collaboration!
(Reformation Lola dress, Céline espadrilles, Louis Vuitton Vivienne bag)
Last day in LA before leaving for NYFW – super casual and comfortable in this dress that Liv Tyler would have totally demolished in the ’90s and my most slipper-like footwear.
Sitting down with an eyeshadow palette packed with a rainbow of neutrals is something that just makes me happy. I’m loving Smashbox’s Full Exposure Palette – it comes with suggestions on how to use the mattes and neutrals to work with your exact eye shape. I used the light taupes on my lids and a tiny bit of light shimmer at the inner corners to create this look with my favorite cat eye. Definitely going to experiment with a smokier gunmetal style next.
(Bec & Bridge Light Ceramic top, Friend of Mine Vampire skirt)
How did it take me this long to climb up onto my roof though? Happy Thanksgiving xoxo
(Isabel Marant for H&M kid’s zip cardigan, Reformation slipdress, Theory suede ankle boots, 3.1 Phillip Lim cosmetic zip clutch)
I was wondering when I was going to come back to LA to find that it wasn’t summer anymore and hey the shift happened to coincide with my acquisition of the shaggiest cabin-appropriate cardigan from Isabel Marant for H&M. This piece is actually from the kid’s collection – size 12 year old is totally enough material to go around. Not one to discriminate clothing by intended audience, I picked up some men’s tshirts too..see more pieces on my Instagram. So obsessed with this collaboration!
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