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J.Crew’s Jenna Lyons on Oprah

22 April 2010, 16.30 | Posted in Media, Retail, celebrity | No comments »

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As part of a series on dream jobs, Oprah checked in with J.Crew’s Exectuive Creative Director, Jenna Lyons, to see what she gets up to in a day. I’m mad that I couldn’t imbed the video, but in the capture above Jenna explains her shoe collection. On the next page, there’s also an image capture of Jenna in her sparkle harem pants. On the Oprah video, her life does indeed seem pretty idylic (supportive husband + adorable 3-year old), but still, J.Crew is a public company so the non-stop feeling of a piano hanging over your head has to pretty much always be there. Pressure baby, not everyone can handle it.

Via PreppyPrincess.

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Ponystep talks to GENTLEWOMAN’s Penny Martin

21 April 2010, 14.21 | Posted in Design, Fashion, Magazines, Media | No comments »


If you’ve ever like yours truly gawked at an issue of Fantastic Man and wished there was a woman’s publication with the same sleek appeal your wishes have been made reality with release of the Gentle Woman last March. Ponystep talks to GW’s Head honcho Penny Martin . Read the interview here.

Martha Stewart X Proenza Schouler Tie Dye

09 April 2010, 23.10 | Posted in Designer Collaboration, Media, celebrity | No comments »

Proenza Schouler designers Jack McCullough and Lazaro Hernandez don’t even attempt to conceal their glee while learning all about simulation tie dye at the feet of home icon Martha Stewart. Listen for the segment’s funniest exhange when Martha says, “Well they went to Parson’s! I only spoke at Parson’s!”

Via TheLoveMagazine.

Grace Jones Vogue Video: “I’m Style Not Fashion”

26 March 2010, 16.25 | Posted in Magazines, Media, celebrity | 1 comment »

GJ1 Grace Jones Vogue Video: Im Style Not FashionItalian Vogue is featuring a fun video with Grace Jones, who explains how she is “style not fashion,” meaning she has a specific look she goes for and it doesn’t change with the runways. So however hot a trend may be if it’s not her style, she keeps it moving. (I just noticed this is from the February issue, but oh well, missed it then and maybe you did, too.)


25 March 2010, 16.14 | Posted in Fashion, Media | 2 comments »

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The ladies at  M.I.S.S.  took their love of  Chanel  and dedicated an entire  web mag to the interlocking  C’s filled with news, images,  and much more. Word of caution to the Chanel fiends your head might  spin. (lachanelphile.com)

Bill Cunningham Movie: Screening Wednesday!

24 March 2010, 01.26 | Posted in Art, Media, celebrity | 2 comments »

 Bill Cunningham Movie: Screening Wednesday!

The king of street photography who has inspired a kabillion copiers will be the one with the lens focused on him in “Bill Cunningham New York,” a film by Richard Press. In an excerpt from the film’s website:

“Bill has lived in the same small studio above Carnegie Hall for fifty years, never eats in restaurants and gets around on a worn-out bicycle– his sole means of transportation. The contradiction of his monk-like existence and the extravagance of his photographic subject matter is one aspect of his private life revealed in the movie.”

The one catch is that for now, it’s only available for those who are in New York either March 24th or 25th for the three screenings. Wouldn’t be surprised if they all sell out.

Via TheLuxeChronicles.

Lara Dutta In Vogue India March Issue

18 March 2010, 22.44 | Posted in Fashion, Media, Models | 3 comments »

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Indian actress and model Lara Dutta graces the cover of Vogue India wearing Joshipura, whose collection we featured a few weeks ago. When I think that Vogue is practically a global publication  I wonder why there is not more crossover of news and information. I don’t know about you but I am fascinated by fashion from other parts of the world… On the next page the feature on Namrata Joshipura.

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Styleite’s Fashion Biz Power Grid

16 March 2010, 13.42 | Posted in Media | No comments »

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There’s a flashy new fashion site called Styleite, and what better way to launch it with a list that’s sure to stir up controversy and hurt feelings. The “Power Grid” ranks 1,500 key players in the fashion industry and divides them into categories (three of which are featured in the image above). The rankings are based on 10 metrics,  four that are Google-based. Which could explain perhaps why Naomi is ranked over Kate in the model category–in that another beatdown controversy may not count as a modeling gig, but it sure gets a lot of miles in Google news coverage.

Giselle on Cover of Vogue ‘Shape’ Issue

15 March 2010, 19.57 | Posted in Magazines, Media, Models | 1 comment »


New mom Giselle will be on the April cover of Vogue magazine, as shot by Patrick Demarchelier It’s the “shape” issue, which, given Giselle’s status as a supermodel is naturally going to make people freak out. The idea is that Giselle was shot just six weeks after her little boo-boo, Benjamin Rein, was born. Still, given how little she is in this image, people are going to be ticked. The Brazillian babe says there’s a reason she bounced back so quick: “I did kung fu up until two weeks before Benjamin was born, and yoga three days a week. I think a lot of people get pregnant and decide they can turn into garbage disposals. I was mindful about what I ate, and I gained only 30 pounds.”

To see behind the images from the shoot and video, visit Vogue.

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Chloe Sevigny on Cover of April U.K. Elle

12 March 2010, 18.07 | Posted in Magazines, Media, celebrity | 1 comment »

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Good ole Chloe is on the cover of U.K. Elle’s April magazine. Have always loved this woman’s style. She’s had her share of fashion misses, but that’s only because she’s one of the few celebs willing to take a chance. Well, that and she has an eye for style. That matters because when a lot of celebs are left to their own devices they end up flopping because they simply don’t have a talent for putting an outfit together.

Via SetYourStyle via Atsuii, where you can see the entire editorial.