fall 2014

How To Embrace The Crop Top Trend This Fall

    Dana-Maxx top and skirt (c/o) // Rag & Bone boots // Toms sunglasses // Nissa Jewelry rings (c/o) // Colette Malouf earrings // Sorial backpack (c/o) // Primp & Polish nail art (c/o) via The Creeds Collective Pop-Up Shop Perhaps it’s because of this news from last week, but I’ve had a bit of nostalgia for 90’s fashion recently. Don’t get me wrong, there’s a lot of that era I do NOT want to revisit and
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March Comes In Like A Lion and Out Like A Lion

I thought the saying went “March goes in like a lion and out like a lamb,” but as my friend Jess wrote this week on Facebook, it’s totally going out like a lion too here in NYC. Fortunately, my photo shoots this week are indoors, but this cold is taking a toll on not just me, but everyone around me. I may have caught yet another flu and it hurts even more to spend my days looking at
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What I Wore + My Plea To Street Style Photographers

photo by Max Kopanygin for Kenton Magazine top and pant: c/o Dana-Maxx // coat: Chaiken // hat: Albertus Swanepoel // shoes: Lela Rose for Payless // bag: c/o Cambridge Satchel Company // ring: Giles & Brother I recently wrote about how fashion week had changed quite a bit since my first shows years ago. It’s beyond the prevalence of selfies—though Cara Delvigne even broke news that she took the first selfie video while walking down the runway at at
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Sleep No More + Fashion = Possibly The Coolest Fashion Show Ever

Alice & Olivia has been known to present a whimsical presentation at New York Fashion Week, filled with celebrities and showgoers looking to see the romantic mood designer Stacey Bendet created for her collection that season. For fall/winter 2014, “Enchanted: A Midwinter Night’s Dream” was the theme and what more of a perfect setting than at the McKittrick Hotel, an old warehouse converted to a 1930’s style hotel for the Hitchcock-meets-Shakespeare interactive play, Sleep No More. While the
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