There is no denying our new wardrobe stylist Josie Cabrera has amazing personal style. The second this New York transplant breezed into our studio last January, it was style love at first sight. This girl gets it let me tell you.
Amidst the confusion of moving studios and battling our scummy new landlord (we have to move again), I haven't had a chance to properly introduce Josie and sing her the praises she deserves. Be sure and check out her website here. She also shoots some pretty awesome analog photography and has a kickass personal Pinterest here.
We snapped a few photos outside the studio to show you how Josie wears some of our pieces. She is pretty much living in our Audre Lace Up Heels (named for my buddy Audre who owns Bolo Vintage) and these ripped up vintage jeans.
Here she has paired our Dragonfly Tee by Evil Twin with her fave jeans and shoes. The iridescent green sleeves on this top just kill me. I do have to mention that there are matching Dragonfly Shorts just in case you haven't seen them. The shoes are $48 here and the top is $65 here.
TOP // EVIL TWIN - DRAGONFLY
BACKPACK // VINTAGE - ON SALE SOON!
SHOES // AUDRE LACE UP HEELS
SUNGLASSES // STYLIST OWN
We know menswear inspired clothing has been around the block a few times, but we have to admit, we haven't quite seen it done in such a chic and effortless way before. The simplistic, oversized, yet still somewhat tailored silhouettes has the whole 'Who me? I just rolled out of bed looking this damn fabulous' ensemble nailed to a tee. So in other words, man up, ladies.
It's that time of year again, where all of fashion royalty is housed under one metropolitan roof. You guessed it, New York Fashion Week has arrived and is in full force. We've picked some of our favorite stand out designers who debuted their Fall 2014 collections that pretty much left us speechless and made us more than eager for next Fall to arrive.
Alexander Wang infused the elements of cold weather with bold colors and unique patterns. Wang took mother nature into so much consideration for his Fall 2014 collection that he was actually studying weather patterns as inspiration. He wanted to take the idea of extreme conditions (#Polarvortex - yes, that's really a trending topic on Twitter) and translate it into urban survival. Creating oversized silhouettes with large pockets for every fashionista to carry around her own survival kit.
Creatures of the Wind described their Fall 2014 Collection as 'easy and freaky.' They're taking reworked basics and mixing them with exciting fabrics that threw in a surprise factor for each piece that strolled down the runway. Shane Gabier and Christopher Peters the two designers behind the line, make their relaxed and easy collection look elegant and grown up. In a freaky way.
Just when we thought it wasn't possible for Tommy Hilfiger to outdo himself after his Spring 2014 collection, the man winds up making us week in the knees...again. Inspired by the idea of the 'American Explorer,' Hilfiger wanted to intertwine workwear, outdoor gear, and the whole western look all into one genius idea. Suddenly, being thrown into a snow storm doesn't seem so bad. Especially with that gorgeous plaid coat and fluffy fleece jacket.
( All images sourced from Vogue )