(ba&sh shirt, Iro Irwin skirt, Tom Ford sandals)
I’ve been addicted to these two pieces together this past week. Suede boots for day and mirrored foot corsets for night, one of the easier outfit transitions that’s gone down in my backseat. There’s a sentence that didn’t need to sound as dirty as it did. Anyway, a few of us went to go celebrate Bryan’s birthday a few days early in Malibu and the random weeknight reservation made for a perfectly quiet-except-for-us cabana experience. The Fords are fun and all but the real best accessory for airy type clothing has to be a pair of infernal heat lamps. Lincoln Center in February, please take note.
photos by Colin Sokol
(BCBG resort Yennie top and Ivey skirt, Chloé heels, Bijules and Vita Fede rings)
Something about this combination being as future civilization-appropriate as it is bohemian is making it my favorite right now. I wore this last night with a blazer to slightly de-crazy it for a pre-Oscar event at the Beverly Hills Hotel. A couple more days left in LA before leaving for Paris on Wednesday, wish me luck getting little white scraps of clothing out of my system before heading back into the snow..
The degree to which I was inspired by BCBG’s next level take on grunge at their show yesterday can be most accurately explained by my compulsion to put together my own version a few hours later. With pieces from their spring collection. CONTINUE READING
Exploring Joshua Tree for the first time, had to wear my best vaguely prehistoric dress for the occasion. CONTINUE READING