I’d have to get creative to figure out where I would actually wear these socks, but that’s no matter. The Sock Drawer’s fun line of art socks includes the work of artists like Da Vinci, Botticelli, Van Gogh and Frida Kahlo. Can wearing paintings on your ankles make you more creative via osmosis? [Miss Moss via Vogue] [Image via David Kitz for Vogue]
Imagine this: you and your boo are cruisin’ down the highway with the windows down, summer heat warms your face while Lana del Ray’s “West Coast” blasts from the stereo. You reach down for your sunglasses and retrieve a pair of cheap, scratched shades from the dollar store that leave you squinting and embarrassed. That’s not how the story should go, so we’re going to fix that last part…
We’re giving pin-thusiasts a chance to win not one, but TWO pairs of customizable John Ruvin & Co. high-quality sunglasses from the Core Collection— a pair for him and a pair for her. You can choose your lens tint, matte or gloss finish, and Rx (if needed). John Ruvin prides itself on crafting edgy, vintage-inspired Rx eyewear for those of you who need prescription lenses and still crave that hipster, Southern California style. They’re just what the doctor ordered. Here’s how to win… Keep reading »
I recently bought a slouchy chambray jumpsuit and I have been living in it ever since. Its lightweight fabric makes it perfect for summer and I’m convinced it’s not just for lazy days — it can be dressed up for a hot date and styled to be appropriate for work. To show just how versatile this piece can be — and why you should add one to your wardrobe — here are three ways to a chambray jumpsuit.
When photographer Joel Meyerowitz delved into his work in the ’60s and ’70s, he aimed to capture everyday life in New York City, but he also just happened to record some amazing street style that has my little vintage-loving heart doing backflips. The New Yorkers in his images wear trends that have since gone out of style and come all the way back around to cool again, and they look totally chic while doing so. You can check out the full gallery here for a little summer inspiration! Keep reading »
For Amelia, it was Ryan Gosling, and for me, it was Lena Dunham. Either way, when both of us discovered Clashist—the too-hip-to-quit clothing line that mixes teenage nostalgia with pop-culture iconography—it was love at first sight. Their current line includes viral-print T-shirts, leggings and swimsuits, but that’s only the beginning. Patterns include snapshots of Zach Galifinakis, Seth Rogen and James Franco, who’s a huge Clashist fan and often features pics of various people wearing his face on his Instagram.
In order to know more about our new favorite cotton clothier, we decided to contact Heather Lipner, Clashist’s founder and creative director. No stranger to the fashion industry, Heather also oversees Uncovet, a subscriber-based online marketplace for indie designers. Read on to learn more about Clashist’s aesthetic, plans for the future and how Heather handles both budding businesses without losing her marbles. (Hint: She’s not a robot. We asked.) Keep reading »
Pink alone is alright, but pink with orange? Now that makes me think of summer! I know what you’re thinking. Uh, don’t orange and pink clash? Yes! But in a good way! How else could a scoop of rainbow sherbet ice cream look so insanely delicious? (Especially right now — I’m going to Baskin-Robbins at lunch.) In this week’s fashion math, I’ll show you nine orange and pink outfits combos that are perfect for summer. Just keep your accessories basic and neutral — not counting the ice cream cone in your hand, of course.