Do you ever look through the couture shows (or if you’re lucky enough, admire them from the front row) and think wow, I wish I could wear that. Well now you can (sort of). Because couture isn’t as unattainable as we might think…
There’s only one week left of fashion month and as things go in life, they save the best for last. Paris Fashion Week is now in full swing but there’s a lot more to Paris than their fabulous fashion. One word — croissant.
Today is all about Paris and to quote something you all probably have Pinned to at least one board on Pinterest, Paris is always a good idea…
In the words of Beyonce, “…surfboard, surfboard, surfboard” (pronounced surfbort, of course). Let’s talk about fashion surfboards, shall we?
What comes to mind when you think of fringe? Western movies? Gatsby-themed parties? Music festivals? That’s what usually comes to mind for me, personally (plus, it can overall just be tacky…and how many fringe bikinis is it going to take for us to move on to a new swimwear trend?). But then Chanel did this whole Paris meets Dallas thing for their Métiers d’Art show in December and I started to feel a little differently towards fringe…and it seems like other designers are starting to do the same.
I haven’t done a Throwback Thursday here in quite a while, and what better occasion to revive it than CANNES TIME? Yes, it’s that time of year again — where both American and foreign A-listers gather in the south of France to
celebrate film be photographed in expensive borrowed gowns for all of us to judge. But because the festival kicked off just yesterday, I wanted to wait a bit before we discussed this year’s red carpet so I thought I’d compromise and talk about the best of the Cannes red carpet from years past (as well as the not-so-great, the…interesting, and the Diane Kruger — a category of its own).