NYFW is upon us once again! E! will be at the event demystifying runway trends and extending the catwalk into your living room.
If you’re going to any NYFW shows, then here are some social photo post guidelines to capture the best sharable content:
- If you’re taking pictures using the camera in Instagram, do not group pictures into collages. It’s too much.
- Pictures should not be framed. This is fashion week, not a sweet sixteen party.
- Do not add text overlays to photos (see previous bullet)
- Do your best to NOT capture any logos unless you have written consent (read: lawsuit)
- Don’t take photos of kids!! Don’t take a photo of Blue Ivy or one of the Beckham kids and post it. Taking photos of kids and then posting them is basically asking for a lawsuit.
- Have fun!
September is the hottest month in LA. It can be 90 degrees at 7am. But I am trying my best to balance my LA life with my NY mentality, so let’s talk fall accessories that can work on both coasts!
Ellen Rubin handcrafts shoes and bags out of the finest leather (sorry vegans) and the result is classic yet whimsical, eye-catching and balanced. If some of them look familiar, you may have seen them on the Emmys red carpet (along with me running around with E! talent). As with everything available to purchase today, feel free to customize if you want something specific to your personal style.
Designer to Watch: Ellen Ruben
Oldie and Goodie
Originally published in i-D [The New Dawn Issue, No. 247, Sept 04]
Photography Richard Burbridge Fashion Director Edward Enninful Make-up Pat McGrath for Giorgio Armani Cosmetics.
Cora Emmanuel in 'Virgos'
Photographer: Anthony Maule
Dresses: Azzedine Alaïa F/W 2013/14
CR Fashion Book Issue #3
Flamenco in Paris, Sasha Pivovarova by Igor Vishnyakov / Harper’s Bazaar Russia June 2009
Photo by Guy Bourdin, 1971.
September already?? Of course it always feels like summer for me while living in LA but it doesn’t seem like it’s already time for back-to-school! We better brush up on our math skills with a little geometry lesson from Danielle Emily Jewelry!
Founded by Danielle Altman in 2011, all of these pieces are handmade from her studio in Montreal. Inspired by jewelry and fashion her entire life, after graduating from McGill University with her Bachelor’s degree, she pursued her love of jewelry and enrolled in FIT’s jewelry design program (my alma mater as well)!
I love the clean lines with the strategic jewel placement. But if there’s a design that I already have in mind, Danielle will create a custom piece with the same passion.
Update your jewelry wardrobe with some of the pieces above and not only will you have an A in Geometry, you’ll also have an A+ in style!
Designer to Watch: Danielle Emily Jewelry
Obsession du Jour: Jon Jacobsen C-type 2013 Photography
Vejo Flores Em Voce // Devon Windsor lensed by Jacques Dequeker // Vogue Brazil September 2014