As part of the ELLE Modern Designers Boutique at Rue La La (featuring Whitney Port and Brian Reyes this week), you will also have the opportunity to chat LIVE with ELLE Creative Director and The City Regular, Joe Zee, on Rue La LA’s Facebook fan page , May 12th at 2PM EST. Fans can discuss latest trends and get Joe Zee’s visionary take on fashion including top picks from the upcoming ELLE Modern Designer’s Boutique. To chat with Mr. Zee, make sure you fan Rue La La’s Facebook page first! Not part of Rue La La yet? Use this special invitation code to join.
May 11, 2010
February 22, 2010
[Image via Style.com]
Perfect for a day of sight-seeing at the Louvre and shopping on the Champs Élysée, Michelle Smith’s latest collection combines the classic style of 1960s France with a modern and youthful twist. The feminine pieces included berets embellished with zippers, printed skirts paired with tights in neon hues, and in true Milly fashion, plenty of bows and frills.
With a soulful rendition of “This Land is Your Land” as the soundtrack to the collection, Brian Reyes took us on a journey deep into the forest where we saw birch tree bark in the form of draped dresses and jackets, and foxes in the form of luxurious coats, our favorite being a cobalt blue trench. The collection, inspired by visits to arboretums, also highlighted nature’s most dramatic pigments such as jade, amber, and violet.
March 5, 2009
[Images via Style.com & Elle.com]
There’s been a major time lapse since my last one-liner show review, so I thought it was time I put up the final installment of the extremely brief New York Fashion week reviews! Here’s the remaining four from the last Thursday of fashion week – enjoy!
Rebecca Taylor: Girly comfort dressing that one can wear over and over and over again via cozy knits, feminine ruffles, and a tiny bit of leopard print