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Navaz Batliwalla’s Favorite White Jeans

I’m on the hunt for new white jeans and asked a few of my uber stylish friends to weigh in with their favorites. Second up, Navaz Batliwalla, editor of Disneyrollergirl and author of the best style guide, ever, “The New Garconne- How to be a Modern Gentlewoman.”

“I only have one pair – white Levi’s 501s from a couple of years ago. They’re still white though as they only come out in summer and we rarely get proper summers in London. (We’re having an amazing heatwave right now though…)

I had mine tailored to above the ankle so I wear them with my oxblood Bass Weejuns or battered tan Church’s lace-ups. (No socks; if I’m feeling pasty I use the amazing Nars Monoi Body Glow bronzing oil but keep it well away from the white denim.)

They look great with anything tan or blue. And very simple jewellery – I wear my dad’s rings on a chain.

White 501s aren’t that widely available any more but I also like the look of these cropped cigarette jeans from Madewell.” Navaz

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Amanda Ross’ Favorite White Jeans

I’m on the hunt for new white jeans and asked a few of my uber stylish friends to weigh in with their favorites. First up, the editor of ARossGirlAmanda Ross:

“I have lived in MIH Jeans Marrakesh and skinny Marakesh styles for 10 years. They are the best with platforms and have the right hippie vibe. Two years ago I was visiting my friends, the Fekkais, in Aix en Provence and found Seafarer. I am obsessed with Amo, at The Line, for the perfect, tight, everyday run-around pair.” Amanda

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Enchanted: Sofia Coppola’s Captivating World

Sofia Coppola graces the cover of the upcoming WSJ. Magazine (on newsstands June 3) and the accompanying interview is a must-read. The filmmaker and “elegant, low-key” style icon talks about her new film The Beguiled and the state of indie films today, motherhood, and her interest in fashion.

Photography by Steven Meisel   Styling by Paul Cavaco

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Katherine Ross Founder of Wear LACMA

Katherine Ross standing among Chris Burden’s Urban Light installation at LACMA

We will be in L.A. mid-June for our daughter’s graduation and, since we are out there often, I’m always looking for fun new things to do. Katherine Ross, founder of Wear LACMA and cousin of Amanda Ross, gave this fab list to Porter. 

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My dear friend and ex-office mate Amanda Ross Bacon is a layering pro—the La Double J dress over jeans is so good.

Hayward bag and Pologeorgis vest.

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agnès b.: Styliste

Fellow blogger Navaz Batliwalla, editor of the fab site Disneyrollergirl (and author of The New Garconne: How to be a Modern Gentlewoman, my favorite style guide, ever), did a fantastic post on Agnès b’s new book, Styliste.

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California Stripes

I have a bunch of Oriental rugs that I inherited from my mother and the one in the kitchen has seen better days. So, when my friend Mark D. Sikes offered me a rug from his new collection with Merida, I didn’t hesitate. A modern take on vintage dhurries, the California Stripes line is completely fab. I chose the one in red and natural and it instantly updated my kitchen–thanks, Mark!

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Suzanne Koller on ITG

Into The Gloss just posted an interview with Suzanne Koller, fashion director of M Le Monde. I love getting a peek into the super-stylist’s Paris apartment and to read about her beauty must-haves.

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Double Roses

I’m looking forward to Karen Elson’s new album Double Roses. She released her fantastic first album The Ghost Who Walks, which was produced by her then-husband Jack White, in 2010. I read in W that Double Roses is “inspired by sounds of 1970s Laurel Canyon.” Can’t wait.

Architectural Digest, now AD, photographed Karen in her English-inspired Nashville home, below.

Issue 46

Self Service

Famed lensman Paolo Roversi shot the cover of Self Service issue 46, which hits newsstands (in Europe) tomorrow. Matches Fashion sat down with the editor-in-chief Claire Thomson-Jonville to talk about the magazine’s 25-year history, the launch of a new branch of the Self Service brand, an agency called Content Matters, and the Scottish-born editor’s Parisian style.

Claire Thomson-Joinville

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