Instagram pic @suzannekoller
Instagram pic @suzannekoller
Double-breasted wool jacket
Long-line twill blazer
Double-breasted twill blazer
LouLou suede mules
Gold-tone, crystal and horn earrings
Robbed cotton top
Oxidized silver enamel earrings
The rockstud leather point-toe flats
Lace-up cotton-blend corset belt
Hammock leather and raffia tote
Lace-up cotton-blend waist belt
Small textured-leather tote
I stumbled upon fashion stylist Joe McKenna’s documentary on Tunisian-born French designer Azzedine Alaia on Instagram–it’s a must-see. The New York Times spoke with Joe about what inspired him to make the film.
Nili Lotan has some of the best jeans and chinos– perfect weekend-wear.
To mark their 125th anniversary, Vogue commissioned a series of photographs of American women. The 15 portfolios that encompass American Women are diverse and captivating- a real tour de force. During NYFW I met one of the photographers included in the project, 18-year-old high school senior Bella Newman. Coincidentally, Bella is Jaime King’s niece- Jaime lived with me the summer she started modeling.
When Bella mentioned that she had done a story for Vogue on a Mennonite community near her home in Pennsylvania, I had no idea the spread would be this amazing– she’s certainly a talent to watch.
What do you wear when it’s 30° in the morning and 60° by afternoon? I pile on the layers and top off with a knit poncho or wrap. I have a number of cashmere ponchos that I’ve collected on my travels. They are perfect for traveling, too.
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.
I have a number of events this spring that range from a daytime graduation to cocktails, launches, book signings, etc. When I saw this flirty Giambattista Valli skirt I had an ‘aha’ moment–it could be styled so many ways (with items I already have) and it wouldn’t look like I’m wearing the same thing over and over again.
These ’40s and ’50s vintage-inspired dresses by Harley Viera-Newton are so pretty and feminine– throw-on-and-go.
I put up this post four years ago today! International Women’s Day is the perfect time to rerun it- clearly, things have changed dramatically in a such short period of time.
Last evening I went to hear Gloria Steinem speak. She was on a panel comprised of women who had participated in the documentary MAKERS: The Women Who Make America. Ms. Steinem was amazing, especially considering that she is just shy of 79.
Despite the fabulous Ms. Steinem, I found the talk uneven and the moderator a tad patronizing toward the feminist star and her generation. Regardless, I was struck by the question “what is feminism today?”. Am I a feminist? By definition, yes. Do I call myself a feminist? Yes and no. I feel that the term represents the women who came before me; the ones who fought for rights I now take for granted. But I think this is naive, and I am wondering why many women today refuse to apply the term to themselves.
These pictures are from an adorable story in the WSJ. Magazine. The couple, the clothes, the locations–young love never looked so good.
Photography by Dan Martensen Styling by Clare Richardson