the lonely heartsfall 2013 collection is making me want to turn the nirvana up real loud. what is most interesting about this particular launch is that lonely hearts is a label nearly exclusively known for its innerwear, rather than ready-to-wear; though i’m not against this expansion, i’m not particularly impressed by it. moving on…
does such a thing as “cold and flu chic” exist? if not, it should because steven alan's fall 2013 collection exemplifies the aesthetic and given that i have caught a case of sars, life would be so grand if i could open my closet doors and find these clothes.
tonight, samantha pleet will be playing host to a masquerade party and trunk show/pop-up. you should totes stop by if you’re in the lower manhattan area. if not, you’re missing out on mask making! arts and crafts never get old. the trunk show portion will prominently feature pleet’s fall 2013 collection, shown above.
did you know that the outnet has an in-house line? and iris & ink is actually pretty impressive, especially its fall 2013 collection. as you can see above, the pieces are fairly classic in style, sleek in shape, and extremely work-approp; as the outnet explains, “the mix-and-match possibilities are endless.”
it’s offish fall — you’re as psyched as i am, right? there is nothing that gets me more jazzed than layering, drinking hot coffee in cold weather, and wearing hats. because you can’t really put on headgear when your noggin is sweating. anyway, madewell released its fall 2013 lookbook starring model caroline de maigret; entitled “wildly simple,” the looks shown feature wardrobe staple after wardrobe staple.
in honor of the first day of fall, i thought i’d post one of my favorite seasonal lookbooks. this is among the first few years of kule's venture into womenswear and the mix of 'tomboyish' and 'work appropriateness' (because these are real words) is perfect. also, can we please talk about that holy-crap-so-good purple lipstick?
if we want to talk about facts, i haven’t taken a vacation in waaayyyy too long and looking at cuyana's fall lookbook is reminding me of that fact. like, i just want to take a week off and wander around some fields whilest wearing loose sweaters and wearing knee-high riding boots, is that too much to ask? i didn’t think so.
loeffler randall's fall collection (yes, fall, sorry for confusing you by interspersing these lookbooks with the recent spring shows) has been revealed and it sure is studly — literally, many of the shoes and bags are peppered with stud detailing, which gives the label’s typical feminine wares a welcome dash of toughness.
otte has revealed its fall 2013 collection and given that mother nature has decided to stop being a stifling bitch, it seems appropriate to reveal some of my favorite images from the lookbook. you like what you see? get 20% off sitewide by using “FALL20EA” at checkout (excluding pre-order and gift cards) or visit an otte boutique.
try not to get confused: the collection you are seeing, by lauren moffatt, is for fall 2013. while i am aware that we are midst fashion week for the spring 2014 season, i couldn’t let these clothes slip past your purview! what i particularly love about moffatt’s wares is that they are feminine, but not overly so; the perfect blend of girly and tomboy.