nytimesfashion Lourdes Maria Ciccone Leon, whose mother is a musician, modeling Rio Uribe’s latest Gypsy Sport @gypsysport collection. #NYFW
OK We all know that Lourdes’ mother is Madonna.
I claimed that Lady Gaga was Madonna’s bastard daughter: they both share Italian and French Canadian ancestry and they’re both petite – but Lady Gaga is infinitely more talented than Madonna. I dismissed that claim but Lourdes resembles Lady Gaga more than her mother in this picture.
The styling was inspired by an & Other Stories ad. The bandana features hearts in its print: Sweetheart of the Rodeo (which was the title of an album by The Byrds). Be aware that these items are no longer available.
Respect would have meant wearing dresses by Indian designers: I have to agree with VOGUE India on this one. Moreover, it’s fashion diplomacy. Lady Gaga wore a Naeem Khan gown when she was India – and a wig dyed white, orange, and green: the colors of the India flag.
I’m sensitive about cultural appropriation when it comes to India. It’s shameful that people feel free to trash India and Hinduism while they appropriate yoga and ayurveda for themselves, with little to no credit to the Indian roots.
Ivanka could make wearing a burlap sack look good, but apparently, that’s not good enough.
Uh-oh. I expect that, with its designer fashion, models, and designers, fashionistas will be obsessed with the AbFab movie for years after … just like The Devil Wears Prada and Sex and the City (get over it – it ended its run in 2004!)
How the ‘Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie’ costume designer brought Patsy and Edina’s signature styles onto the big screen in 2016.
But expect the collection to sell out within minutes, with pieces being re-sold for exorbitant prices on eBay.
Previously, Marimekko had limited edition collections with Banana Republic (the collection even included nail polish!) and H+M. It even collaborated with Avon on a limited edition collection of makeup in 2008 (see pics here).
Marimekko for Target
Marimekko’s most popular print is its Unikko poppy print (not featured in its collection for Target). Dolce & Gabbana ripped it off and even tried to cancel registration of the Unikko print in the EU: to learn more, read D&G Dolce & Gabbana rips off Marimekko Unikko print. Be sure to read the comments too!
I read How Not to Look Old after reading Andrea Robinson’s Toss the Gloss. Charla Krupp’s book is more extensive, as it covers fashion in addition to make-up.
Charla Krupp begins this book by saying that looking old negatively impacts you both personally and financially. Not a very upbeat way to begin a book.
I disagree with Krupp’s aversion to nude pantyhose: I feel undressed without hosiery. Krupp also advocates shimmery pink gloss (see the back cover), something that Robinson opposes.
Krupp’s best chapter is on bra fitting. Did you know that the band should provide more support than the straps? For more tips about bra fitting, I recommend reading How to properly measure from my favorite lingerie store Trousseau.
Had I not read Kathy Shaidle’s humorous 50 is the New Crappy, I would not have known that Charla Krupp died in 2012 at age 58. She did not get to live to old age.
Connie Wang had a delightful article on One Editor’s Ode To Ugly Shoes on Refinery 29. I love summer footwear, and I’ve had my share of “ugly shoes”: Dr Scholls wooden exercise sandals and Earth shoes with the “negative heel.”
The NAOT Gallus sandal features NAOT’s signature leather- and microfiber-covered cork and natural latex footbed, a 2-3/4″ heel, and a 1-1/4″ platform. I plan to wear this with my crop pants.
The NAOT Gallus sandals costs $165, and online vendors may be found through Google Shopping. For those of you who live in the DC metro area, I recommend the JC Comfort Shoes store in Reston for its customer service.
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