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
loulou leather over-the-knee boots
Suede Crooked-Heel ankle boot
Everyday tote small leather bag
Roll-neck argyle-sleeved sweater
Ridgewood corduroy trousers
Point-toe slingback kitten-heel pumps
Alice square-frame acetate sunglasses
The Valentino resort collection, shown in New York today, is fantastic. I’m a big fan of Pierpaolo Piccioli’s designs for the house—love the hip-hop and sport references in this collection.
Honestly, I’m surprised that my wish list items went on sale and were still available in my size, no less—I feel like I won the fashion lottery!
J.W. Anderson jacket, Bottega Veneta coat, Gianvito Rossi sandals, Bottega Veneta dress.
It’s all about earth tones in this story from the upcoming WSJ. Magazine. It’s so cold and rainy, I’d wear many of these pre-fall pieces now if I could.
Photography by Annemarieke van Drimmelen Styling by Melanie Ward
Bottega Veneta Cruise 2018
Tomas Maier’s Cruise collection for Bottega Veneta is packed with the kinds of pieces I’ll be itching to get my hands on next October. There are tons of great skirts, and I’ve always loved socks with pumps—these stripy ones look fresh for fall.
Images © Vogue
This fab Chloé sandal is not only still available in my size, it’s also on sale—woo hoo!
My dear friend and ex office-mate Amanda Ross, editor of ARossGirl, is the queen of cool collaborations and her collection with Aerin Lauder is no exception—it’s perfection. This floral dress, especially, is lovely.
Pop-Up shop May 20 – 24 10am – 6pm (closed Sunday) in Hayward House 131 East 70th Street 2nd Floor
To See at MoMA
This spring there’s been an abundance of must-see exhibitions in NYC. And yet, when the announcement for the opening this Sunday of Robert Rauschenberg: Among Friends at MoMA hit my inbox, I got very excited—this is right up my alley.
Rober Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns c. 1954
On My Mind
From sweaters to sundresses overnight — even though it’s mid May, the first really hot day always throws me. At least the sales are starting and I can get into the summer spirit without breaking the bank.
Image by Regan Cameron for the June/July issue of Harper’s Bazaar Germany
Chris Cornell, lead singer of 90s grunge band Soundgarden, died today and my heart is truly broken. I’ve been listening to the track “Nearly Forgot My Broken Heart” from his 2015 album Higher Truth—it’s just so beautiful.