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2014 March 12
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We've got some happy, happy, happy, happy, happy, news...Pharrell Williams is set to release a scent with Comme des Garçon hitting stores and your nose in September. The perfume, "GIRL", shares the same title as his new album released this week. This isn't his first foray into the world of design with Billionaire Boys Club and Ice Cream labels, an eyewear collab with Moncler, a capsule collection for Louis Vuitton, and a dabble in denim with G-Star Raw and Bionic Yarn on his CV. No word on whether an oversized Vivienne Westwood hat will be included with the purchase of a bottle, but one can hope.
2014 March 12
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Daily fave and model du moment, Sasha Luss fronts the Spring campaign for Dior Addict shot by Steven Meisel with hair by Guido Palau, and styled by Carine Roitfeld. NBD, right? The Russian mod follows in the Dior Addict footsteps of Karlie Kloss, Kate Moss, and Daphne Groeneveld. We don't really have to tell you how those careers are going... #teamluss
2014 March 12
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Finding the best of both worlds is no simple task, but David Helwani, founder of the casual line Twenty and the dressy LaPina label, has found the sweet spot. By combining luxurious fabrics with covetable designs and offering them all at an attainable price point, he’s offering up two collections to keep on your radar.
What’s the difference between Twenty and LaPina?
Twenty has been in business for five years and it has more everyday pieces; it has a casual chic vibe to it. It’s your everyday, day-to-night pieces. LaPina has been around for just under one year and the clothes are for special occasions. But you’ll get noticed in both collections.
What makes the lines stand out?
My family owns a mill in Montreal so we are able to use premium fabrics in both of the lines.
Tell us more about this mill!
The mill has been in the family for 35 years and we’ve produced for a bunch of top European and American designers for years. When I got out of school, I decided to start a line that would be our own. Based on the reputation of the mill and our use of the yarns, it really helped establish us in a different light.
Does your family background provide you with a different perspective than most designers?
I think I was better versed from a manufacturing perspective and it gave us a definite competitive advantage.
2014 March 11
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The ring that everybody's talking about was out and about last night on the hand of Mary-Kate Olsen, who is rumored to be engaged to beau Olivier Sarkozy. The two were spotted at a book party at DvF's downtown studio to celebrate Bob Colacello's Holy Terror: Andy Warhol Close Up, the reissue of the juicy biography on Warhol first published in 1990. Last week it was reported that the vintage Cartier ring from Sotheby's is worth a mere $81,250, aka the price of a t-shirt from The Row. We kid!
2014 March 11
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Could it be? Is that another model on the cover of a major mag? Harper's Bazaar continues our favorite trend of putting models on the cover of fashion magazines (imagine that) with Lara Stone taking the duty on for the month of April and getting the Derek Blasberg interview treatment. Inside the 30-year-old candidly talks about abusing alcohol and checking in to rehab in 2009. "I was going there to not drink for a month—and then I'd come back and start drinking again," she recalls. "I thought it'd be a holiday, and I'd sit on the beach and chill. But once I got there it was a bit different. I had to talk about my feelings and play the bongo." Now sober and married to comedian David Walliams she's focusing on lighter things these days. "I'm obsessed with the Daily Mail's website," she says. "David and I have been on it a few times, and I will read things about us that are completely bullshit. But I'm convinced that everything about everyone else is true!" Our kind of girl!
2014 March 11
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It's the most opportune time to begin preparing your closets for the warmer months ahead, right? For a touch of European comfort that fits in seamlessly on the streets and on the beach, a pair of espadrille flats from Soludos should do the trick. Founder Nick Brown fills in the blanks on this summertime savior.
Since it’s not quite summer yet, which types of espadrilles are best for cold weather?
Our sandshoe sneakers are perhaps best suited for the colder months; they’re vulcanized soled classic oxfords in beautiful seasonal colors and they’re perfect casual kicks.
Have you ever worn a pair of espadrilles to a formal event?
My Soludos do make my suit look sharper.
Will you ever make heels?
In Spring our first espadrille wedge launches. I don’t know how I've fended off requests for height for so long!
How many Soludos are in your closet at the moment?
One! I wear mine one at a time and wear each one to death.
Tell us about your first pair of espadrilles!
I was four years old in Spain, they were white for about an hour and grew darker and darker shades of beige and grey with each passing summer adventure.
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