Hollywood is remaking “The Great Gatsby” and Carey Mulligan is set to play Daisy Buchanan, the attractive and shallow young woman who is the object of Jay Gatsby’s obsession. We’re truly excited for the 2012 version of “The Great Gatsby” because of its all-star cast, which includes Leonardo DiCaprio in the lead role, and the 1920s-style fashions the film will bring back. But since we like to be ahead of the trends, here’s how you can get Daisy’s style right now. Keep reading »
Refinery 29 put me on to Street Etiquette, a men’s street fashion blog run by two gentlemen from the Bronx, Joshua Kissi and Travis Gumbs. These guys and the other stylish men they feature on their site have mastered the art of making retro-inspired clothing look current. And their accessories game is on point, too. I love a man who’s not afraid to wear jewelry–and I like the way they wear multiple rings, bangles/bracelets, and necklaces.
Sometimes it’s great to borrow from the men’s department, and I instantly fell in love with this look from photographer Kadeem Johnson, a friend of Street Etiquette. I knew I had to recreate it for the ladies. Only problem, though? It’s very difficult to find a maroon and blue stripe button-down shirt right now (his is vintage). So check out a similar look after the jump. Keep reading »
OK, so Chloe Moretz is only 13, but that doesn’t mean we can’t worship her style, which is quite mature for her age. Her look of a brown-and-black striped top and thick black shorts would be appropriate for a casual office, dinner with friends, or trip to the theater. So we just had to figure out how to duplicate the look. Get the deets after the jump. Keep reading »
A paparazzo snapped pop singer Kat DeLuna while she was taking a call in an NYC park. We’re loving how she translated the nautical look for autumn. Ground-grazing, wide-leg pants are so chic right now, and you know we love stripes and blazers. Plus, her huge hobo is perfect for a day of running errands, and holds everything you might pickup. Find out how you can get Kat’s smart look after the jump. Keep reading »
The woman behind “Leave It to Beaver”‘s matriarch June Cleaver, Barbara Billingsley, died this weekend at the age of 94. There’s not much of June Cleaver’s life that I’d envy. She had to clean up after three males, fix all the household meals, and didn’t even have Facebook or Twitter to turn to when she needed a laugh or felt lonely. The one thing I wouldn’t mind having of June’s would be her wardrobe — it would be so vintage and classic now. Since I’m not that lucky, check out the June Cleaver-inspired pieces (with a little flair) I found. Keep reading »