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That’s A Lot Of Look: Nanette Lepore Wears All The Colors

Here’s designer Nanette Lepore at an NYC screening of “The Hunger Games” earlier this week (in theaters at midnight, you guys!), wearing an eye-catching combination of neons and pastels. I can only assume she took her fashion cues from the colorful residents of The Capitol, and if so, I must salute her for her commitment…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / March 22, 2012

Why Everyone In NYC Wants To Dress Like A Waitress Now

While the most recent workplace drama has been about American Apparel’s refusal to hire employees with “off-brand” style, there’s one place some might want to work just for the required uniform. At NYC’s swank Thompson Hotel, waitresses’ workwear consists of a sexy Nanette Lepore design. The body-hugging black cocktail dress features spaghetti straps and a…

By: Leonora Epstein / June 16, 2010

Two-Toned Lips At Nanette Lepore

The beauty at Nanette Lepore’s fall 2010 show was inspired by women in Renaissance paintings, but makeup artist Makky’s two-toned lips look anything but old-fashioned. He applied MAC Cosmetics’ MAC PRO lipstick in Charred Red, a dark burgundy, to the bottom lip. Then, he put Odyssey, a bright fuchsia, on the top. While Makky doesn’t…

By: Catherine Strawn / February 17, 2010

Nanette Lepore Tees Make Us Happy

Everyone loves a good T-shirt. And who doesn’t adore rocking a diffusion line? Now, thanks to Nanette Lepore, we have both. This spring, the designer will launch Oonagh, a line full of tees and tunics which will retail for $58 – $178. Sure, the name’s a bit hard to digest (it means “pure” in Scottish),…

By: Bianca Posterli / January 14, 2010

Hats On Or Hats Off

“Woman who love to play with fantasy are naturally disposed to a hat,” explains Alison Waters, a hat-wearer who lives in Melbourne, Australia. “A hat makes you feel marvelous and lifts your mood instantly. It’s an accessory that completes everything, not just the face.” In fact, Alison never leaves the house without one of her…

By: Catherine Strawn / March 21, 2008