From the March 1967 issue of Seventeen ~ ‘Think about the best buys you ever made. The clothes that work hardest because they double up and go with lots of other things.
All that glitters is not always gold. Or even silver, because metallics come in all shades of the spectrum.
If you’re in hibernation mode right now, dreaming of escaping the dreary winter doldrums, then these vintage travel posters are just your ticket to ride.
For SS15, French designer Vanessa Bruno went easy, breezy, lemon-squeezy.
From the February 15, 1970 issue of Vogue ~ ‘Your skirt can be short, long, or in-between — there are no no-no’s
Tired of boring highlights and beachy waves? Then get inspired by 80s pop idols and go for a two-toned look.
Artist Katy Lipscomb’s intense use of color is going to blow your mind.
For Stephanie Danan and Justin Kern, the designers behind LA brand Co, fashion and film will forever be entwined.
From the January 1976 issue of Better Homes & Gardens
A staple of 1970s-80s everyday dress, the preppy canvas bag is back in a big way.
With Amélie, Jean-Pierre Jeunet created a coloring book-style Paris that continues to inspire.
Dubbed the “Bodyworks” collection, Dutch duo Viktor&Rolf take the office-to-gym route with their men’s spring ’15 offering.