I know I've been exhibiting an obsession with bows recently, but a life-long love is not easy to cure!! Donna Karan seems to agree with me, as she designed this gorgeous perfect-for-the-office-presentation-but-also-for-the-party-after outfit. The Bow Tie Wrap Jacket alone makes me want to die smiling.
SS: “I never think about that. I’m interested in the idea of visual greed; I don’t care who a person is, what brands they’re wearing or whether I like their whole look. I’ll shoot just their particular collar and the way it works with their tie and pocket square. There’s a guy called Lino who has a store in Milan called Al Bazar, and he’s such a character, but I don’t want to be like him. I love the way he dresses, but in an abstract way.”
What's this? Fashion being wearable? Whoever heard of such nonsense? Apparently the New York Times has, and the Parisian deities like YSL and Chloe. I like to call it couture-meets-comfort. What a fabulous concept...
Eating a burnt-bacon cheeseburger and pecan pie at J. G. Melon.
My little dog, Bikini.
Depends upon my hair.
"I’ve never had a case of buyer’s remorse. The trick lies in really knowing your body, understanding what works, spending only what you can afford, and buying only what you love. A year ago, I saw a beautiful, sequined Abraham & Thakore coat and I had to have it. I am yet to wear it. But I know that the perfect time will come." — Priya Tanna, Indian Vogue
"I don’t always recognise [my style] because if you ask me what my style is, I’m really not that sure. Really. It wasn’t until I started to work for Gucci in the Nineties that it started to become clear to me. And that’s because Tom Ford was pushing me to do the dark eye make-up, to wear high heels and to keep things very simple and lean."
— French Vogue editor Carine Roitfeld on her signature style