Did you ever think that pom poms would be back in style? Well they are definitely a huge trend right now. My favorite pom poms were the aqua pair I adorned my roller skates with way back when! You can find them almost anywhere, from shoes and purses to even phone cases and keychains. This versatile accessory allows people of all ages to play around with color and texture and can be found in both fast fashion as well as luxury brands. Check out some of my favorites for Summer 2018 below!
Once again I had the honor of styling the beautiful Diana Taylor for this year's Met gala. The theme for the costume exhibition was 'Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination'.
When curating Diana’s ensemble, I turned to her personal archives and opted for a Chado Ralph Rucci gown. To tie into the theme of the evening, I drew inspiration from symbolic undertones and bold religious statements by adding embellishments and layered textiles to the existing shawl and gown.
As in the past, I partnered with my go-to New York City designer, Carli Beardsley to transform Diana’s gown. Together we sourced ribbons, skins and finally hardware to serve as a focal point. Carli lined the shawl with ivory raw silk to create sturdiness for the multiple layers of 1930’s Parisian military ribbons and vintage jeweled button embellishments.
Diana opted for Milano’s Isabella del Bono’s yellow sapphire sun drop earrings and pyramid emerald cabochon ring, designer Nayibe’s chunky Morano glass ring with gold accents and Stephen Russell’s shimmering antique gold bracelet. Both Diana and the gorgeous jewelry did not go unnoticed!
To tie in the gold undertones within Diana’s ensemble, hair guru, Kristian Kanika brought my vision of a regal, yet edgy, updo to life by adding asymmetrically placed gold hoops into Diana’s braided chignon.
To top everything off, New York City makeup artist, Azra Red opted for a fresh dewy face, with peach undertones for eyeshadow, and a natural nude lip to accent the colors within Diana’s garments.
Ermenegildo Zegna, Vince, and Giorgio Armani are some of my goto menswear brands that are always current, yet still classic. Whether you are into fashion or just want to look good, here are a few trends to keep an eye on: Plaids, vertical stripes, pastels, neutral tones, and technical jackets. Click below to be redirected to their site.
There were so many eye-catching trends during Milan Fashion Week. One of my favorites was the high waisted belt trend popping up on every runway. Fendi, Marni, and Versace are a few examples.
Sequins were trending during this London Fashion Week. Designers like Toga, Erdem, and Temperley were strutting this look. Anyone wearing these pieces is sure to turn heads.
Presenting their Fall 2019 collections this fashion week, designers have us all loving the pattern trend going on. Some collections to look out for: Tory Burch, Alice + Olivia, Claudia Li.
Alice + Olivia
After an all black theme at the Golden Globes the 24th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards brought color back to the red carpet. Decades old yet always familiar design elements reappeared as well, including pattern, deep necklines, exaggerated bows, cobalt blues, and shirtdress gowns.
The dresses worn on the red carpet at the Golden Globes made a loud statement. The men and women of Hollywood all wore black to show their support of the #MeToo movement. Here are some looks from past Golden Globes that resemble those worn this year.
Many celebrities have a very distinct style. Here we have taken looks from the New York Pre-Fall 2018 shows and paired them with the perfect celebrity.
The 1990's were known for trends such as denim on denim, slip dresses, and grunge. Here are some Spring/Summer 18 looks that definitely used inspiration from the 90's.
The 1980's were bold and bright. Fishnets, shoulder pads and vibrant patterns were some of the iconic trends of the decade. Here are some Spring/Summer 18 looks that give off an 80's vibe.
The 1970's were a time of rich textures and bright colors. Shift dresses, flared jeans and bell sleeves were the epitome of the hippie decade. Here are some Spring/Summer 2018 looks that reflect the boho-esque trends of the 70's.
The 60's were a time known for high waisted silhouettes, colorful prints, and breaking fashion traditions. Hemlines became shorter and women's clothing became less matronly. Here are some Spring/Summer 2018 looks that bring back the styles of the 60s.
These modern Spring/Summer 2018 looks show how designers have maintained their integrity throughout the years. In the past two decades, trends and styles have transformed, yet these collections show how they remain true to their aesthetic while adopting new design elements.