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I was weaving my way through the mayhem after the Rodarte show and stumbled upon our very own Olivia Kim! Olivia is an inspiration, both in life and in fashion. I love her keen and creative eye and her willingness to experiment with fashion. Today’s look is a unique mix of casual menswear and formal femininity. I would never have imagined a pairing such as this, but I can’t stop thinking about it now. Thanks for the challenge, Olivia!

xo,
Crystal Nicodemus

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Shop similar styles:
White Crew-Neck Tees | Black Midi Skirts | Black Oxfords

Shop our Editors’ Picks to re-create this look:

Current/Elliott White Tee | Lanvin Long Slit Skirt | Valentino Patent Leather Oxford

Negin Mirsalehi totally nails New York’s upscale edgy vibe. Her high-concept blazer dress is the epitome of modern, menswear-inspired minimalism, and her heavy boots and relaxed zipper bag add some serious heft and attitude to the look. Mirrored sunnies and chokers are two of the year’s biggest accessory trends, and Negin’s picks are cool and contemporary.

This is a look I’m going to have to copy ASAP. Thanks for the inspo, Negin!

xo,
Crystal Nicodemus

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Shop similar styles:
Asymmetrical Black Dresses | Black Moto Boots | Black Mirrored Sunglasses

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Cameo ‘Run Alone’ Vest Dress | Via Spiga Black Moto Boot | Leith Mirrored Sunglasses

heroOur Director of Creative Projects and Pop-In Shop curator Olivia Kim offers up daily inspiration, favorite products and things she’s super in love with right now.

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Lanvin Slim Fit Poplin Dress Shirt

“Theres nothing better than a crisp white dress shirt. I love the classic simplicity of it and how well it pairs with jeans or an outrageous skirt!

“If you find one you love, buy three! One is never enough!”

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Topshop Sheer Panel Hem Shirt

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A.P.C. Cotton Shirt

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Valentino Ruffled Back Poplin Blouse

Our creative director Strath Shepard took these snapshots with a Holga camera on set at the Salmagundi Art Club in Greenwich Village, NYC. Check out the full video and lookbook online now.

1Nadja Bender in Saint Laurent

2Angelo Pennetta shooting 16mm film

3Nadja in Lanvin

4Nadja in Junya Watanabe

5Stylists extraordinaire

6Legendary fashion journalist Lynn Yaeger, neighbor of the Salmagundi

7Nadja lounging in Valentino (those boots!)

8The shoot took place during a semi-heatwave, but this shot somehow makes us look forward to fall.

Get a jump on the season with our Fall 2014 Designer Collections lookbook here.

Last Thursday, more than 550 fashion lovers from all over the country converged in a cavernous cruise-ship terminal on the outskirts of Seattle to join us in celebrating our 28th annual Designer Preview.

Nordstrom friends like Vogue Market Editor Cynthia Smith, Seattle Art Museum president Jaennae’ Dinius, rising musician Hollis and our Director of Creative Projects Olivia Kim—among countless other notables—mingled during an evening complete with a cocktail reception, an incredible runway show and shopping fall ’14 collections. Read more to see some of our favorite highlights from this stylish soiree.

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February 28, 2014

Runway Rundown: Lanvin

Lanvin Creative Director Alber Elbaz took texture to the extreme yesterday, displaying a glamorous fall collection brimming with fringe, fur, ruffles and pleats. He showed a few curve-hugging pieces, but overall, silhouettes were free-flowing and flounced in the sophisticated manner we’ve come to expect from the renowned French brand.

See all of our Fashion Week blog posts and check out our Fashion Week Hub.

Mary O’Regan
photos: Gorunway.com

Chiara (The Blonde Salad) is hands-down one of my fave street-style stars. She’s not only gorgeous as can be, but she’s also a total sweetheart and always makes sure we get our shot. Chiara started her Fashion Week with a girly, sporty look. Pink is the breakout color of the season, and it suits Chiara perfectly. I love the metallic print of her floral trousers, and nothing beats a cozy, fuzzy jumper!

xo,
Crystal

Shop similar styles:
Textured Sweaters  | Floral-Print Pants | Slip-On Sneakers

Shop our Editors’ Picks to re-create this look:

Topshop Textured Sweater | Erdem Floral Trousers | Lanvin Metallic Sneaker

“I just want to make people more beautiful and happy.”— Alber Elbaz

This holiday season, drape yourself in Lanvin and spread a little stylish cheer.

Qianna Smith

Punk chic is back! I had a prolonged punk rock phase as a young gun and I still love all things leather and plaid. Leslie’s sexy zip skirt is the perfect complement to her prim tartan top. Throw in a little leopard print and some bold cat’s-eye frames, and you have yourself a look!

xo,
Crystal

Shop similar styles:

Plaid Shirts | Leather Pencil Skirts | Leopard Print Clutches

Shop our Editors’ Picks to re-create this look:

Vince Camuto Plaid Blouse | Tildon Faux Leather Pencil Skirt | Lanvin Leopard Print Clutch

Lookbooks are one of the best parts of the resort season, which kicked off earlier this month. It’s fun to see the different models and settings the designers choose, like Joan Smalls on a rainy city street for Givenchy or Hanne Gaby Odiele against stark white walls for Theyskens’ Theory. We’ve culled a few of our favorite shots from the new collections below.

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Pleats and leather at Alexander Wang.

Head-to-toe zig-zags at Proenza Schouler.

Lustrous black leather at Helmut Lang.

Graphic prints and leather details at Opening Ceremony.

Slouchy trousers and sweeping hemlines at Theyskens’ Theory.

Sailor stripes and bra tops at Marc Jacobs.

Rich draping and oversized ruffles at Lanvin.

Tropical shadows and exposed midriffs at Jason Wu.

Dainty floral prints at Erdem.

Autumnal hues and Asian-style silhouettes at Marni.

Slivers of skin and black and white at A.L.C.

Busy prints and hints of goth at Givenchy.

Pinstripes and lace at Thakoon.

Sporty meets sheer at 3.1 Phillip Lim.

Sculptural shapes in black and white at Balenciaga.

—Mary O’Regan