I can not get over how much I love Loraine’s look. Her rocker-chic style is right up my alley. She was wearing a sharp cut, off white biker jacket from Zara over a faux leather oversize Rag & Bone sweater paired with some J-Brand jeans and Kurt Geiger chelsea boots. One of the many highlights of Loraine’s outfit was her Alexander Wang handbag made of perforated leather – simple but edgy. To round off her look Loraine accessorized with a pair of Oliver Peoples retro sunglasses. All together a sexy-chic combination of black and white.
The two designers behind the Proenza Schouler brand – Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez showed a lot of colors in their latest Spring / Summer 2013 collection. How do you like this particular dress below – No or Go?
The men’s tuxedo, aka tailcoat was invented by Henry Poole of namesake Tailor Company Henry Poole & Co. in London in 1860. Located on London’s famous Savile Row, Poole created a less formal version of the tailcoat, a short smoking jacket for the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII of the United Kingdom) to wear it to informal dinner parties. Due to the Prince’s recommendation to tailor a dinner dress only at Henry Poole & Co Company, the tuxedo became quickly famous in 1886, when New York’s millionaire James Potter brought the dinner suit home with him to the Tuxedo Park Club, a newly established residential country club for New York’s elite. Read the rest of this entry »
Mana made heads turn, walking down the streets of Soho wearing a cute spring outfit and a very unique handbag. The business and marketing student from Tokyo, Japan was wearing a faux-fur and leather vest by Zadig & Voltaire over a Brunello Cucinelli sweater with a white collar peeking out. Some acid washed jeans from Topshop a pair of knee high Stuart Weitzman boots complete the look. Accessorized with some Rag & Bone retro style sunglasses Mana created a cute spring look. But what would that look be without her showstopper Bao Bao handbag by Issey Miyake? Inspired by Japanese origami, this bag is truly something special.