Summer’s been a bit unpredictable so far (no surprise there) but it’s OK, I have my Chanel espadrilles. No not those kind of espadrilles, it’s a Chanel nail polish colour, dummy. The sunniest, fizziest orange – and really, what could be more cheering than a Chanel nail colour called ‘Espadrilles’? (more…)
I finally saw Nick Waplington’s latest gem of a book, The Isaac Mizrahi Pictures, which gives us a glimpse of nineties New York fabulosity. As with Alexander McQueen: Working Process, Waplington juxtaposes two different habitats, the design studio of one of the 90s’ most celebrated designers and the raucous dancefloor of NYC nightlife.
But of course, the funnest part is looking at the models, the clothes, the details and nuances of 90s style that in some ways (i.e. in my head) don’t seem that long ago, but in others, feel like a lifetime away. Scroll below to see what I mean… (more…)
Joseph is one of those brands that doesn’t get a lot of shouty media attention but lots of people rely on. It’s just added an excellent shoe component to the line-up that’s a mix of boyish favourites and walkable glove shoes.
I especially like the vegetable tanned, crepe-heeled boots in classic colours from maroon, to tan, to black. (more…)
“Money’s the cheapest thing. Liberty and freedom is the most expensive.”
There are lots of tributes to Bill Cunningham flying around right now, including this one in the New York Times*. If you’ve never seen the film, now would be a good time to do so.
WORDS: Disneyrollergirl/Navaz Batliwalla
IMAGE: New York Times
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