Gypset Style

June 22nd, 2014

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Gypsetters are a group of people that represent a wanderlust society who live and work around the globe. Its a community that usually consists of explorers, artists, designers, surfers and bon vivants who travel the globe. Gypset style is bohemian, the style is loose fitting clothing, plentiful jewelry with wooden beads, bright stones, multiple bangles and pendants. The style represents their carefree, creative and optimistic lifestyle of people who blend fashion and art and lead a carefree laid back approach to life. We love Julia Chaplin’s stylish book, Gypset Style.

  1. Maxi Print Dress, 230.00
  2. Clutch by JadeTribe, 114.00
  3. San Joy Bolero, 42.00
  4. Lead wood bracelet set, 115.00
  5. RayBan sunglasses, 160.00
  6. Pyramid necklace, 70.00
  7. Missoni bikini, 500.00
  8. Tunic, 125.00
  9. Earrings by Miguel Ases, 275.00

Coco Chanel with her Models

March 10th, 2012


Check out these amazing images of Coco Chanel with her models from a show she did. There was no date or info but I thought they were great and wanted to share. I’m always in awe of Chanel and how iconic the brand
is. Throughout the years the clothes have remained classic and true to the brand but have also managed to be modern and trendy. You can credit Karl Lagerfeld for that but Coco for having the vision to create a line of pieces so iconic that many years later people still want to wear them.

The Best of Tom Ford

December 5th, 2011


I don’t think there are any words to express the admiration I have for designer Tom Ford. Everything he does is perfection in my mind. I really fell in love with the designer the moment I spotted the long white one shoulder gown from his 2004 collection at the Gucci flagship store on Madison Avenue, and I have continued to be amazed by his vision and beautiful work. It was the fashion equivalent to love at first sight.

Tom Ford began his career in fashion as a design assistant for Cathy Hardwick. In 1988 he took a position at Perry Ellis and worked under designer Marc Jacobs. After moving to Europe in 1990 he went to work at Gucci and was promoted to Creative Director in 1994 when Gucci was acquired by Investcorp. While in this position, he arguably became the most influential designer of the decade by putting the glamour back into fashion. In 2004 Ford parted ways with Gucci over issues with creative control. I mourned him leaving Gucci but knew great things were still to come from him. I rejoiced when he opened his own store (also on the Upper East Side of New York) that catered to men’s fashion. I wondered how he could possibly top his glamorous collections for Gucci but upon entering the store, I was stunned by the way he could create the same breathtaking fashion for men. It was the first time men’s fashion seemed more fun than women’s and although gorgeous, the looks were also masculine and refined.

When his film, A Single Man, hit theatres in 2010 I was there and once again in love with this man! He took all the beauty of his fashion and managed to put it to motion in a film. Of making a film he has said, “You don’t just get to design what people wear, but you design the whole world and whether characters get to live or die. There is a permanence to film that fashion lacks.” Most recently he launched his own cosmetic line available at Neimans or Bergdorff’s which includes the most stunning shades including my favorite shade of lip color Wild Ginger, nail polish in Pink Crush and fragrances Santal Blush and Neroli Portofino. To top it all off he recently launched his own women’s collection (on Kate below) and it is everything you could expect from such a fashion icon. Perfection.

The Timeless, Classic Camel Coat

November 1st, 2011


While camel coats and trenches are BIG this season you can’t exactly call them a trend. A great classic trench or camel colored coat is one of the most essential wardrobe staples. Check out some my favorites, as well as styling tips that show a myriad of ways this item can be worn.

1. Soia & Kyo Vivi Zip Coat in Camel $395

2. Marc by Marc Jacobs Jackie Cashmere Coat $698

3. BB Dakota Dedrick Long Overcoat $145

4. L.A.M.B. Mid Calf Belted Coat $770

TREND: Bold, Bright Outerwear

October 26th, 2011


One of the best trends this season is outerwear in bright shades of red, pink, orange, yellow and green. During the Fall 2011 shows designers like Proenza Schouler, Victoria Beckham, Burberry Prorsum, Les Copains, Bill Blass, Celine and Blumarine featured bright outerwear in their shows. Bright jackets and coats look rich and bold and really make a statement. The color can make a simple black outfit pop or can be worn with prints for a more fashion forward look. It can also dress up jeans and a T shirt. I think there is a big misconception that a jacket like this is impractical because it “won’t go” with anything. To those who think that, I say throw caution to the wind and embrace this fall trend.

TREND: Ladylike

October 16th, 2011


One of the biggest trends on the Fall Runways was ladylike dressing. Think Mad Men style. (If you haven’t seen Mad Men, netflix it or buy season one; it really is THAT good). While this trend may intimidate some, it really is quite easy to pull off. The most essential pieces are a nice structured bag and a pair of pumps. Black or Nude are the most versatile. Then just think a feminine dress that might look vintage inspired like the Zac Posen above or a pencil skirt with a blouse or a blouse topped with a cardigan. As for accessories, a nice strand of pearls, simple studs, waist cinching belt and a pretty scarf are all good options to achieve this look. Pretty simple. While some of the pieces I included in this post come with a BIG price tag, these looks are everywhere now and can be had at a variety of price points. I love the Gap, H&M and Zara for finding runway worthy pieces for a fraction of the price.

Fall Runway Nail Color

October 4th, 2011


High shine nail color was a consistent theme at the Fall Shows. The models walked the runway in the Chanel show wearing polish also by Chanel in Peridot, a unique shimmery moss green shade. Narciso Rodriguez models wore Deborah Lippmann’s Stormy Weather which would be a great alternative if you love dark shades and are still stuck on OPI’s Lincoln Park After Dark. At 3.1 Phillip Lim the models wore CND’s shade, Desert Suede, which would be great for that girl who loves neutral polish and is still wearing Essie’s Ballet Slipper or Limousine. At Jason Wu’s show models wore CND’s Gold Chrome, a shimmery shade of gold perfect for the Holidays. I’m crazy about all of these shades and think they are perfect for Fall/Winter.






September 18th, 2011


I just love shopping for a cause. With only 300 pairs of the Exclusive Nike Mag left, if you hope to snag a pair you better start bidding. Only 1500 pairs were made and once they are gone, they are gone. The best part of getting your hands on a pair of these futuristic sneaks is that the proceeds benefit the Michael J. Fox foundation for Parkinson’s research. Happy Bidding!

Men’s Fall Wardrobe Guide

September 14th, 2011






I saw this on and emailed it to a friend headed to college who wanted some advice on updating his look. I loved this because the pieces are so classic and versatile, and the seven looks would be great on just about anyone. For any of you guys looking to add pieces to your Fall wardrobe or even looking to overhaul your entire wardrobe, I think this is a really great guide.

Kristen Stewart’s W Magazine Shoot

August 18th, 2011






Kristen Stewart gets 60′s glam for the September cover of W magazine shot by photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. I am LOVING this look on her. Who did her makeup?? Stunning!