The other day I went to a store opening that was filled with very fashionable girls…all wearing some variation of tight black jeans, black heels and fur vests and all with super glossy shoulder length hair curled just enough to look ‘natural’. And I left after 5 minutes with no photos because frankly the scene bored me.
Cut to photo above: This girl. WTF is she wearing? How did she decide to put it together? Don’t know. Don’t care. LOVE.
This shot was taken at The Blonds show during NYFW in the fall (which c’mon peeps was only 3 months ago!) but was lost in the shuffle of runway pix. I recently found several style pix from that week that I’ll be posting now. I personally covet these shorts!!
I always LOVE to see what Markus Kelle is wearing –as it’s different everyday. Here Markus seems to be channeling Joan Collins circa Dynasty (a TV soap my grandmother was addicted to and that exemplified the fashion of the ’80s) with the peplum blazer, over sized earrings and blush slashed across the cheek.
Seriously, don’t they look like they could be Besties?
And if you want your OWN version of a Joan Collins jacket, a random Google will reveal that you can buy a McCall’s pattern for it on Etsy. Is this too perfect, or what?
Recently we were invited to The Westway to attend a party for the collaboration between Moschino–a favorite fashion house– and DISARONNO–the bestselling Italian liquer in the world.The DISARONNO and Moschino project will support the charity Fashion 4 Development (sponsored by the United Nations) through a donation of its profits to help the development of this unique initiative in Africa. The overall mission of Fashion 4 Development is to harness the power of the fashion and beauty industries in order to implement creative strategies for sustained economic growth and development in countries worldwide.
The Dolls: Caitlin Moe and Mia Moretti set the scene with their sounds and style.
The lovely Sophia Lamar tied one on with Niko Liakaris who is not only a contributor on this fine site but a manager at the Moschino boutique in the Meatpacking District.
And I had to add one more photo just because I love their style –especially how she pairs black liquid leggings with a prim button up top and white shaggy jacket.
The exclusive “MOSCHINO loves DISARONNO” limited edition will be available this November for $24.99 at stores nationwide or through www.1-877-spirits.com.
I never know what I think of jumpsuits…but she definitely gives them a glam appeal! Great with the clutch and minimal accessories.
Today was the first really cold day of this unusually mild fall. This photo was taken earlier in the season but I think she really works these shorts with suspenders –a fashion look that I would mostly consider a “don’t” but will make an exception for in this case! And with a fuzzy cashmere sweater and knee high boots would totally work into winter!
There’s something very ’80s to me about these two: not the fashion exactly but the kinda kooky factor. Like club kids in their day wear. We approve.
Overalls and crop tops: about every 7 years they rotate back on trend. Whether or not you can pull it off depends on your look en toto. Do these two pull off these trends? Yay or nay? Tweet us your opinion @StyleDefinedNYC
We’re always impressed with how some people can wear multiple prints and make them work. This is great styling of a simple summer dress into something for any season.
I have been mourning the loss of my pink rabbit fur sweater. Not that I actually lost it. I, in fact, never got it because it seems that after being part of a certain fall collection it wasn’t produced. …alas I am now obsessed with finding something comparable. In the meantime, I am taking note of any furlicious finds around!