LA Designer Creates PPE for an Airline, Doctors and Consumers!

Style takes to the skies and COVID-19 cannot stop it! On this week’s episode of Keeping it Krischic’s pandemic special, Quarantelling Stories (more explanation about it in this post), I chatted with LA Designer Puey Quiñones about his stylish line of PPE for AirAsia Doctors and eventually… consumers! The style savant who has been featured in Harper’s Baazar,Continue reading “LA Designer Creates PPE for an Airline, Doctors and Consumers!”

Talk Show S2Ep3: How Clothing Brand, LaMade Pivoted into Mask Making During the Pandemic

The CDC has recommended we all wear face masks. Ethical fashion brand, LAmade is making sure we stay safe in style. On this week’s episode of Keeping it Krischic’s pandemic special, Quarantelling Stories (more explanation about it in this post), LAmade’s CEO, Elbert Chang gave me all the details on why their factory decided toContinue reading “Talk Show S2Ep3: How Clothing Brand, LaMade Pivoted into Mask Making During the Pandemic”

Introducing: Keeping it Krischic’s Pandemic Special, Quarantelling Stories

Keeping it Krischic a  Talk Show for the ‘Chicest’ Creatives is back with a shift of focus during the Coronavirus pandemic! Chic by definition means “elegant” or “fashionable,” but by its origins the adjective also means “skillful.” Keeping it Krischic is a talk show for guests and audiences who are looking to embody those qualities.Continue reading “Introducing: Keeping it Krischic’s Pandemic Special, Quarantelling Stories”

SOLOW Owner, Daniella Clarke Chats Social Distancing Fashion and Community Outreach

If this quarantine has taught us anything, it’s that no matter who we are in the grand scheme of society, we all put our pants on one leg at a time. For designer Daniella Clarke, perhaps the only different is those bottoms may have a dipped waistline. After all, Clarke was one of the pioneersContinue reading “SOLOW Owner, Daniella Clarke Chats Social Distancing Fashion and Community Outreach”

Four 2019 Trends Here to Stay: Shirley Holmes is on the Clothing Case

They call me Shirley Holmes, fashion detective (actually they don’t, but I’m manifesting it). I’m always sleuthing to find what’s the latest in fashion so that it’s no mystery to my followers. In this installment of the Shirley Holmes: The Clothing Chronicles, my best friend, Mari Makatsaria joins the case, like a wardrobe-conscious Watson. WeContinue reading “Four 2019 Trends Here to Stay: Shirley Holmes is on the Clothing Case”

That was So Last Decade: My Style Evolution

It was a wintry afternoon in 2010 during cheer practice. I was bundled in a hot pink Victoria Secret Pink crew neck, black velour track pants and knitted black Uggs when my fellow cheerleader and friend turned to me and said: “Kristin, I love your outfit. You have the BEST style.” The last five wordsContinue reading “That was So Last Decade: My Style Evolution”

Velvet Trimmings for Christmas

Velvet? For Christmas? Groundbreaking. Steadfast Krischic readers will know that I devotedly deck in the luxe fabric during this time of year (2017, 2018 and 2018 again!), but only recently did I discover the silk thread’s seductive powers on me. The key is in the connotation: during the Renaissance period specifically, wearing velvet was anContinue reading “Velvet Trimmings for Christmas”

The Dressing Guide to Parties in LA: Keeping Up with Krischic

Entertainment news like all news never sleeps, so neither do I. It is true what they say: there is always something happening in LA. Every. Single. Night. Especially when your profession is entertainment, these events and parties become a part of your weekly schedule. I’m an adventurous spirit, so I find playing Tetris with myContinue reading “The Dressing Guide to Parties in LA: Keeping Up with Krischic”

JLo’s Resurrected Versace Dress Inspires Blue/Green Dresses for Spring 2020

This is Jennifer Lopez’s world, and we are just here Googling it. Back in 2000, JLo fans ‘Googled’ her blue and tropical safari Versace dress worn to the Grammys so many times, that Google Images was born because of it. Let such a fact cement the declaration that fashion breaks the internet. The vibrant VersaceContinue reading “JLo’s Resurrected Versace Dress Inspires Blue/Green Dresses for Spring 2020”

Krischic Attends Chanel ‘À La Plage’ in Palisades Village

The smell of my mother’s Chance Chanel perfume contains traces of my childhood. The notes of musky vanilla espoused with floral breaths of jasmine and iris take me back to her bathroom sink as she applied on makeup from compacts of interlocked ‘C’s. I wear that same scent as I ascend the staircase of theContinue reading “Krischic Attends Chanel ‘À La Plage’ in Palisades Village”