October 14th, 2016
Vogue

Gamine Chic

Emma Stone is a modern-day gamine on the November Vogue cover—her upcoming film “La La Land’ tops my must-see list.

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Demi-fine 14K gold-plated hoop

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Oversized-lapel double-breasted wool-blend coat

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Quincy shiny ballerina loafer mule

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Pleated checked wool midi skirt

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Checked wool blazer

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High-rise straight-leg jeans

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Blanche leather ankle boots

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Bellechasse medium leather-trimmed canvas bag

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Double breasted coat

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Flared corduroy trousers

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Square belt bag

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  • Love her haircut and I can’t wait to see it either.

    KathyOctober 14th, 2016  9:29 AM

     
  • So fresh, so modern; yet majorly retro inspired. Finally, a welcomed and polished trend for the younger set.

    Jean Louise LillyOctober 14th, 2016  10:18 AM

     
  • I’m always amazed at how timeless this style is-and so feminine too. When I had this hair cut I noticed I paid more attention to makeup-perhaps ensuring distinguishing gender factors!

    RuthOctober 14th, 2016  10:59 AM

     
  • I love the pixie cut, but it can be too severe for some. I wore my hair that way for several years, but this past year went with the longer asymmetrical bang on one side and find it a bit softer for me as a “mature” woman. A bit more hair, the best of both worlds. Emma Stone can carry the pixie look, for sure.

    AprilOctober 15th, 2016  11:19 AM

     

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