Keeping it Club-Chic: Inside the Hermès Carre Club in LA

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The warehouse on Melrose was like a vortex into a cultured fashion girl’s paradise. But could any less be expected of Hermès’ pop-up shop, Hermès Carre Club? All around were live presentations of artists designing future Hermès heritage scarves–from the intricate paintings on the canvas to the luxurious silk squares that women would in a […]

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Ensembles and Exhibtions The Crown Costumes at the Paley Center

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The Crown is one of the most expensive shows ever made according to Business Insider (and costs even more than the actual Queen Elizabeth “costs the UK” according to the BBC, so granted, the costumes are going to be equally resplendent. Now, having the opportunity to see, in person costume designer Michelle Clapton’s (she also […]

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Ensembles and Exhibitions: Louis Vuitton’s Time Capsule Exhibition in LA

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A pod-like structure was plopped in the middle of the Westfield Century City Atrium from May 18 to June 10. Inside it nestled treasures from the last 164 years of the great fashion house Louis Vuitton. I stepped inside–itching to see some artifacts of history that were also archives of fashion. I kid you not […]

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Hermes Heritage Exhibition

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When I studied abroad in London, I was enrolled in an Equestrian class. I used to ride a chocolate-maned stallion named Sirius through Hyde Park as fall leaves crusted beneath his hooves and the wind kissed  my face as he broke out into a trot. I loved every minute of my horseback adventures. And I […]

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Why Off-the-Shoulder Tops are Here to Stay

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As you probably already know about me, I tend to draw my style from a wide range of resources and time periods. Sometimes I look to magazines, other bloggers and the runway, but other times my outfit ontology comes from dresses worn in historical portraits in museums, or period TV shows like PBS’ “Victoria.” From […]

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A Ballad to Belle Sleeves

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There’s a magic in city lights, especially in the city of angels where the stars hide away and the cityscape creates its own celestial illumination. The skyscrapers of Downtown Los Angeles or the lit up, eclectic lamps that LACMA is famous for when the sun goes down, become the perfect backdrop for a fun night […]

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Commes [des Garçons] with me to the MET’s Costume Institute

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Since the genesis of my fashion affinity, I’ve dreamed of attending the Met Gala–of paying tribute to the designer or theme of the night–turning into, quite frankly animated art. Fashion is an art form in and of itself, one whose wearer brings it to life. It becomes a part of the person and the person […]

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Girl in Gingham

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We may live in a minimalist age, but I’ve always been more drawn to the maximalist trends evident in brands like Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana. Embroidery, embellishments, and rich colors when done tastefully can bring back an air of monarchial grace of the Renaissance noblewomen. Thankfully, Zara a more affordable option, is filled with […]

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Guess & Americana

Guess what? Nothing says America like blue jeans. At FIDM Los Angeles, you can bask in the glory of one of the most notorious brands that capitalizes on these patriotic pants. For 35 years, Guess has revolutionized the casual staple, making denim extremely flattering, powerful, and simultaneously wearable. The Guess: 35 Years and Still Dreaming exhibition […]

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