Sarah Jessica Parker debuts her SJP Collection looking flawless, thanks to her trusted friend Serge Normant. For 15 years, the celebrated New York-based hairstylist has coiffed the style icon’s tresses.
As the pair embarks on the SJPxNordstrom cross-country shoe launch, Sarah Jessica puts the spotlight on Serge, camera-phone interview style, to candidly discuss their storied relationship, which started at the 2000 MTV Video Music Awards.
Until next time,
Keep up with Sarah Jessica’s fashionable footsteps on Pinterest while she guest-pins for Nordstrom, sharing her favorite places in New York, Seattle, L.A., Chicago, Miami and Dallas as she takes her new, exclusive shoe collection on tour.
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With his signature wit and flair for the dramatic, Brad created seven unforgettable looks for spring occasions, from casual brunches to marriage proposals (!) and everything in between. While he worked, he gave us pitch-perfect styling tips to help you create your own sexy, playful looks guaranteed to turn heads and make you feel like a million bucks.
Although he was crazy busy on the set, we managed to catch a few candid moments with the maestro, including a quick conversation between Brad and one of his closest companions:
For fall 2014, Tadashi Shoji found himself enchanted by the rich influence of Arabic culture in southern Spain. The Japanese-born designer takes us on a journey to Alhambra, where the gorgeous Moorish gardens and halls come to life in the form of exquisite textures: laser-cut micro suede, velvet-cut paillettes, and shimmering diamantés.
This collection is “an elegant balance between antiquity and modernity, and designed for our au courant woman,” according to Tadashi.
Motifs found in Moorish architecture were used to illuminate the backdrop of the catwalk, playing off the collection’s ornate detailing.
Check out the movement and elegance of the 23 looks of the collection.
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So, you’ve landed yourself a Vogue cover. Now what? Lena Dunham and Hamish Bowles come to the rescue with flair. Learn how to strike a pose with the best of them in this Vogue original short, “Cover Girl.”
Today marks the birthday of the late, great Italian-born fashion designer Maria Nina Ricci, who founded her namesake collection over 80 years ago. In celebration of her illustrious career and iconic house, watch creative director Peter Copping present his resort 2014 collection in New York City and take away the exquisite craftsmanship that is rooted in the brand’s DNA.
To ease the pain of an overcrowded schedule, we created a handful of short videos with clever tips to help you get in the spirit and breeze through the social season—whether you’re planning a festive celebration, jetting off to the in-laws or looking for the perfect hostess gift.
For decades, Seattle has been a crazy wellspring of musical talent: Quincy Jones, The Head and the Heart, Nirvana, Macklemore—all have roots in the 206. One great thing about this never-ending stream of awesome bands is that there’s always something new to check out, like our latest local favorites: Pacific Gold. The band (formerly known as Wayfarer) plays “repurposed hymns and spiritual songs” by taking old lyrical sets and rewriting them with new music and instrumentation.
If this sounds like something you’d be in to, swing by the Metro Level of our Downtown Seattle store at 5pm today—Friday, December 20th—for a live performance from the band. And while you’re there, pick up some last-minute stocking stuffers in our eclectic holiday shop, Pop-In: 4U Brite Lites_Gift City. Until then, take a listen to this pretty little pop ditty from the talented quintet.
After stops from Madrid to San Francisco, the highly talked-about Jean Paul Gaultier retrospective, The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk, has finally made its East Coast debut at the Brooklyn Museum. In honor of the occasion, WSJ magazine hosted a special evening for the Parisian designer, who was on hand to discuss his iconic career and avant-garde point of view.
Exhibit curator Thierry-Maxime Loriot (left) and Jean Paul Gaultier joined WSJ magazine editor-in-chief Kristina O’Neill for an intimate panel discussion about their inspiration for the exhibition.