Want it, need it, gotta have it: Pamela Love for Able Made has created a necklace in support of the Brooklyn Animal Resource Coalition shelter.
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Christy Turlington, Adrianna Lima, and Amy Adams for Love Magazine F/W 2014
Elza Luijendijk by Victor Demarchelier for Vogue Australia
It’s all in the details…
Jean Paul Gaultier Haute Couture Fall 2014
Ad Campaign: Kenzo Fall/Winter 2014-2015 // Models Guinevere van Seenus, Robbie McKinnon // Lensed by Pierpaolo Ferrari
Gisele Bündchen by Richard Burbridge for i-D Magazine March 2000.
Many days I wish I paid more attention in high school. I was a top student, but my time was spent creating new cheerleading routines and less on schoolwork. If I only took earth science more seriously, I could create something as wonderful as Mineralogy - a one-of-a-kind jewelry line designed by Theresa Cowan.
Hand-made in Chicago by Theresa herself, the inspiration for each piece comes from an earth science lecture on minerals. Theresa “looks to enhance what nature has left and other times, chooses to let the object stand alone as a fortification of it’s natural state.”
I had a difficult time only choosing 4 pieces, but you can see the rest of the collection here. There’s nothing more stylish than being smart.
Designer to Watch: Mineralogy
"Toy Story" // Antonina Vasylchenko by Danil Golovkin // Vogue Russia December 2012
If I had a choice to be fashion editor at one magazine in my entire life, it would be Vogue Russia.
Shine on you crazy diamond..
I love MZ Wallace. I love the designers, I love the shapes, I love the quality… I may be a little biased because we shared the same handbag manufacturer but dammit, every woman needs one, especially this $175 nylon bag reissued for their Artists for Haiti tote, created in 2011 to raise funds for the non-profit that supports education and health charities in Haiti.
Perfect for NYC fashionistas, but I am thinking every chic chick in LA needs to use this as a beach bag! Definitely a do (good) and must (have)!
You know how some names just sound like they are a fashion line? Christian LaCroix, Yves Saint Laurent, Susan Natoli…
Daniela Tabois is one of those names, one of those destined to become a fashion designer at an early and create clothing that women love to wear. Each piece is handmade in Brooklyn, so think of it as your personal haute couture designer… the only problem is picking out just one piece.
Designer to Watch: Daniela Tabois