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A trench and leather jacket are ideal transition pieces. Toteme trench, Khaite leather jacket, Frame Denim Jeans, Woolford top, Veja sneakers.
These swimsuits are great because they are classic shapes with unexpected details — they’ll give my minimal suits a run for their money. Stella McCartney swimsuit, Ray-Ban aviators, Karla Colletto swimsuit, Saint Laurent slide, Loewe tote.
“Teva”-style sandals are “in” and they look chic with jeans — perfect weekend gear. Frame top, Vince sandals, Khaite jeans, Prada sandals, Toteme jacket.
With all the events this time of year, I still love an LBD — you can wear it over and over again just by switching up the shoes. Prada dress, Burberry dress, Tabitha Simmons mule, Prada gold sandal, and these Souliers Martinez woven pumps have stolen my heart.
Egon nappa leather sandals
Sora cotton-blend poplin maxi dress
Eastwood thong wrap sandals
Paola strapless crepe midi dress
Chignon monogram silk-satin scarf
Cropped textured-leather biker jacket
Lily button-detailed cotton and linen-blend and chiffon midi skirt
The Pouch gathered leather clutch bag
In a moment of synchronicity, my friend Liz asked if I practice “double cleansing”, a topic I’ve been meaning to post on. The Westman Atelier foundation is great, but I’ve had a devil of a time getting it off. This is what inspired me to try a two-step skincare routine that starts with Bioderma Sensibio H2O (a light oil cleanser is good, too). Followed with either Omorovicza Cleansing Foam or Embryolisse Lait-Crème Moussant does the trick.
On My Radar
The Swedish couple Elin Kling and her husband Karl Lindman, the founders and designers behind the brand Totême, have opened their first store — in Stockholm, naturally, and Vogue has the scoop. They’ve, also, added shoes to the line. Based on Ms. Kling’s minimal and classics-driven style sensibility, I look to Totême for clues as to “what’s next”. Square-toe mules must be next up in the fashion queue and they look fantastic — especially with jeans.
I regret taking a pass on the #oldceline parka that stylist Ludivine Poiblanc is wearing top left, so I’m happy that Suzanne Koller designed a good one for the FW19 A.P.C. collection top right. I, also, liked how she styled the Lacoste show bottom right and her own personal style bottom left is perfection.
Inspired by the FW19 Celine show I pulled out my Ray-Ban aviators – they feel fresh, again. Despite trenches having taken over the blogosphere, I actually need one and am waiting for this Bottega Veneta version to arrive — it looked amazing paired with the BV white clutch on @pernilleteisbaek at PFW. Love that The Row released this sandal in black (white was ‘hot’ last summer), now I’ll go there.
I’m about to beat my little drum, again, about hair bows — they’re everywhere and look great. Knowing that I’m a fanatic, my friend @kristina_oneill sent this pic of herself wearing a simple ribbon at PFW, and @sammcknight1 ‘s brilliant hair for Karl’s last Chanel show had some beautiful bows. Très chic.
The midi-length, satin skirt, Céline pendant, and clutch are workhorses in my current wardrobe. I love how the Loewe belt (brown and saddle) gives the oversized sweater a defined waist.
Images of Lauren Santo Domingo and Ramya Giangola © Vogue
Long-time readers know that I’m a superfan of both Jean Touitou’s A.P.C. and stylist Suzanne Koller and the news that they are collaborating makes my heart race. According to Vogue‘s Mark Holgate “A.P.C. Interaction Suzanne Koller, as it’s called, was shown as two looks during the French label’s Paris presentation. It’s Koller’s selection of her favorite pieces from A.P.C., reimagined through her eyes. (And she should know the label inside out; she has styled for A.P.C. for years.)” Get the full scoop here.
On My Radar
Silk scarves, ladylike dresses, a crewneck sweater over a button-down, a turtleneck under a blazer, and headbands abound. I’m not a fan of the padded headband or a pussy bow, but all the other classic bits get a thumbs up from yours truly. The trick is to not go overboard and risk looking vintagey. Below some looks from the SS19 collections that keep these classic elements modern.
Thank you @tomsamet for the fab pic of your parents.
Burberry scarf, top and skirt, Prada sweater.
I don’t eat much bread, but when I do it has to be a hearty Danish rye. Thankfully, the famed bakery Ole & Steen just opened its first U.S. outpost near us on Union Square. Yum.