I know, I know, you guys have already seen several images of Kelly and Aimee this week. But how can I not snap them?! These two blogger buds always look amazing.
Kelly’s New York chic and Aimee’s L.A. cool perfectly complement one another. Today’s outfits are all about layers and urban femininity (and Aimee’s amazing studded boots!). Thanks for the inspiration, lovelies!
The lovely Parisa is back on the blog once more! Parisa is a designer and loves the creative craziness of the fashion week tents. While her fave part of Fashion Week is meeting up with old friends, she said the shows have been inspiring.
Her crisp, white ensemble is simply chic, and her printed skinnies add trendy interest. Of course, you can’t go wrong with a bold, bright lip!
I’ve taken a few photos of Kristina in the past, and she is a master of the casual chic ensemble. I love her eye for details, especially her rose-gold toe caps and leather-detail top.
As the fashion editor of Oprah Magazine, it’s no surprise that she has an eye for style. Although it’s still not quite fall in NY, she says she has an arsenal of booties and sweaters she can’t wait to break out. As do I!
Iconic American designer Tory Burch cites a “stylish magpie who picks up special pieces while traveling the world” as the inspiration behind the preppy-meets-ethnic collection she showed at Lincoln Center this morning. Fringed knits, hand-dyed separates and vibrant embroidery all add up to the cultural mélange she describes, while precise tailoring and classic shapes maintain the cool sophistication that anchors her brand.
After three shows this morning, I’m hunkering down in my hotel room to hammer out some blog entries before I head out for the evening. Back with more soon!
Need a shot of sunshine? Watch models Dree Hemingway, Ruby Aldridge and Wolf Fleetwood Ross flit around a sunny garden in pieces from the spring/summer collection by Tory Burch. We could really go for a poolside hammock right about now—not to mention that cute white sundress.
These Tory Burch beauties are looking so delicious, they’re giving us a midday sugar rush.
Our Inspiration: The rich, buttery leather interwoven with golden brown fibers on this Tory Burch ‘Layce’ High Heel had us craving something sweet. Thankfully, Martha Stewart came to our rescue with a recipe for checkerboard cookies to stop our mouths from watering. Well, from watering over shoes anyway.
Diane Kendal, Lead Artist for M•A•C, was backstage creating the 70s-inspired, fresh-face look for the Tory Burch show. Diane used a M•A•C Pencil in ‘Taupe’ around the eyes with a little bronze eyeshadow. On the cheeks, she used a peachy color blush and pink gloss on the lips.
I noticed this season many of the artists backstage finish the lip with a little powder to give a more stained effect.
The hair was very simple. Messy ponytail with a little volume on the top.