From the September 2, 1966 issue of Life magazine “In Paris this season, classic French elegance was supposed to be the big thing — until youth and internationalism asserted itself.”
One of the most satisfying things to come from being a loyal fan of “Downton Abbey“ (besides hearing what notable quotable will spew forth from the Dowager) is watching how the fashions evolve with the times.
There are so many stories going on in the spring collection from Italian contemporary brand REDValentino, that it’s hard to choose favorites.
From the March 1970 issue of Seventeen magazine “Fancy your room with this fabulous furniture. It’s aglow with larky, living color!”
Let’s face it, skinny jeans are stubborn. They just don’t seem to be going anywhere, no matter how tightly we close our eyes and beg the universe to banish them. But while we grudgingly accept this, we also wish that there were more options available,
It might be an icy, frigid late-January day here on the east coast of the US of A but that doesn’t mean we can’t dream of lazy summer days on the beach, basking in the warm sun while listening to the waves splash up onto the sand. In fact, we highly recommend it;
From the May 9th, 1985 issue of Rolling Stone “With a hot new movie, a spate of hit singles and her first tour underway, Madonna’s the hardest-working girl in show business.
TLC “Ain’t 2 Proud 2 Beg” “Ain’t 2 Proud 2 Beg” was the very first single from TLC, one of the most commercially successful all-girl groups in the history of pop music.
In the fashion industry, the mythical 1970′s southern California rock scene has been a source of artistic inspiration for quite some time now.
From the March 15, 1971 issue of Vogue “Jane’s the kind of girl who likes to find an adventure waiting each morning when she wakes up.”
In theory, “The Carrie Diaries” should be a real stinker. The lead actress looks nothing like a young Sarah Jessica Parker. The fashion isn’t very period-accurate. Carrie’s family situation doesn’t jibe with the backstory set up in the beloved HBO series.
There’s just something really exceptional about custom-made shoes. Perhaps it’s because they seem like a luxury that is usually priced out of reach for most of us. Or maybe it’s just that the idea of hand-cobbled footwear seems so marvelously antiquated, a Dickensian fantasy, in our world of conveyor belt fashion shipped in from sweatshops.