Finally breathing the same air as A. Wang spring. Turns out men’s tailoring fabrics look really good on tiny things.
(Elizabeth and James Helma dress, Louis Vuitton Vivienne bag, Saint Laurent Classic Paris boots)
Celebrating the relaunch of Revolve during NYFW in Soho – so in love with the clean look of the new site! I wore a flame colored silk dress by Elizabeth and James and had the best time catching up with my blogger cohorts over sashimi and some very creative cocktails. Thanks for having me Revolve!
(Céline sunglasses, Michael Kors coat, T by Alexander Wang low v bandeau top, Alexander Wang pleated leather skirt, Theyskens’ Theory boots)
What really jumping the gun on spring A. Wang looks like. Yes to the romper, dress, and shirt versions of this bandeau situation.
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.
(Acne Velocite shearling jacket and cap, Bec and Bridge sheer tank, T Alexander Wang satin bra, Ba&sh trousers, Theory Alito boots, Goyard shoulder bag)
Wearing your shoulder bag inside of your jacket is the new not ever putting your jacket on completely, but it’s of course best to do both if possible. So yesterday morning I woke up in this very specific mood to drown in my clothes and this is what I ended up with. The slouchy/sloppy trousers and bag are fresh from Paris last week and the rest is stuff you’ve seen before on here. Wore this in the LA almost-rain to run some errands in the city. Yes it was freezing and yes I’m terrified to head to New York on Sunday so I am forced to revise that statement. Also excited though! Fashion week looms.
(Alexander Wang chenille turtleneck, Reformation Ozone dress, Theyskens’ Theory cross strap wedges, Terzakou Paris shoulder bag, Hortense and Catbird rose gold rings)
Swanning around yesterday on Melrose in the last bits of daylight. So I love recycling pieces from my closet. If I like something, I commit wholly and would ideally be able to come up with a million ways to wear it into the ground. Which I’ve done almost to a fault for fashion blogging standards with these items (sorry?). But I love the extra touch of overboard-ness and texture this bag I got in Paris in October adds. Inky color palette you are addictive.
(Isabel Marant cutout sweater and folded skirt, Phillip Lim mules, Theory muff bag)
Inky elevated basics for another beautiful Santa Monica sunset. This sweater had been haunting me since the exact moment it hit the runway – I love the notched hem and massive cutout. The most ’90s thing to somehow not actually look that ’90s on.
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