InStyle has put together their list of the most Outrageous Accessories of 2009. Obviously, Rihanna came in at Numero Uno.
A lovely interview with the colorful Isaac Mizrahi who wants to be remembered for an idea.
A quick piece on the most fashionable flicks for the winter.
“The ‘star,’ on more than one occasion, quit the movie, which was rather inconvenient, as tens of thousands of dollars (of my own money, at that point) were being spent on every shoot. Even in the final cut, you can twice see Valentino furiously declaring his departure from the project. For a brief time, I thought I would have to make the movie a là Marlene, without a lot of screen time with Valentino. I even spoke to animators about creating a cartoon Valentino. Mercifully, whenever he quit, Valentino re-hired himself the next morning.” – Matt Tyrnauer, Director of Valentino: The Last Emperor.
It’s that time of year.. all the ‘Best Of’ lists are surfacing and this one is a killer: Memorable Fashion Statements of the Obama Era. Oh yes.
Keep chic and carry on with bookworm and British Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman.
New York Magazine has put together their list of The Short-Lived Trends of the Decade.
Jane Aldridge of Sea of Shoes went inside Coco Chanel’s apartment last week, while she was in Paris for her haute couture fitting at Chanel, which was in preparation for her outing at the Crillon Ball. Jealous, much?
There are 7 types of people that shop at thrift stores. Black Book has listed them.