Wish you could get your hands on the Alexander Wang Alexis boot? Now you can via the great people of Forever 21, for only $35. WTF. Go. Now.
Wednesday, February 25, 2009
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I stumbled on this new site called Looklet.com where you can put together outfits on an actual model. Yeah yeah, I know you're thinking "oh another one of those sites with nothing that is actually in style". No worries, I felt the same way, until I received an invitation code and browsed around. Marching band jackets, hipster glasses, leather, mesh, chains, and Forever 21 (clearly biased)?! I'm sooooo sold. Go to their website and ask for a code, then start your own styling business!
MKO: For me, it really started by looking at people. There are just some really beautiful people in the world. When you're walking down the street, or you're at a restaurant, someone catches your eye because they have their own look. It goes way beyond what they're wearing-into their mannerisms, the way they smile, or just the way they hold themselves.
CB: So you're more inspired by the street than you are by Hollywood.
MKO: Some people are natural beauties, some have great style, but sometimes it comes from talent. Take Kate Winslet: I was listening to her speech at the Golden Globes. That woman has so much intensity. She's amazing to watch and to listen to. With some people, it can even be their voice that makes them attractive.
CB: Do you remember the point in your life when you first got interested in fashion? Were you 16 and suddenly tearing through Vogues?
MKO: I didn't look at magazines until a couple of years ago, to be honest. I never really knew anything about fashion. When I was young, clothes were really just about what fit, because Ashley and I were so tiny. So I understood fit before I understood style.
Read more at Interview
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
As I was browsing Urban Outfitters newest arrivals at 8am this morning, I got so excited to see Kim Gordon as the newest collaboration. Being the only chick in Sonic Youth has earned her some serious street (and fashion) cred. However, after saving multiple pictures to my desktop to post, I came upon one serious issue: her "snap front skirt" is an exact replica of a silk Alexander Wang skirt that I had to practically rip from a girls hand at his sample sale. Why I'm so upset about it, who knows. I have no problem buying Forever21 knockoffs daily, but this, for some reason, has taken it to the next level. Perhaps it's the fact that it's not just another flowy tee or a similar concept, but the exact design. I hope someone else will pick up on this so I don't sound like a crackhead.
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These "drapey tees" from Victoria's Secret are pretty amazing, though I'm not digging their color styling choices so much. Most are offered in white...the ones that aren't give you the option of "oyster heather". Prices are between $25 and $50, close to shopbop but still within reach. PS: check out Ms. Wasson scattered around with bottom options
Source: Victoria's Secret