Daily Fashion Alerts: 250 Examples of Political Fashion, Christian Lacroix Moves On and Simon Says Go to Goodwill
Berlin Fashion Week kicked off yesterday, and the collections have included 1970s-era Bianca Jagger–inspired looks and nods toward the natural world. [Miami Herald]
Speaking of Lacroix, is anyone else seeing shades of his early-90s work in these necklaces? Venessa Arizaga’s eye-catching jewelry channels elements of vintage Chanel and Gaultier, too. [Style File]
We wrote about the merits of Gary Graham’s fabulous convertible blouse early last month. Now the New York Times is highlighting this chic—and thrifty—trend. [NYTimes]
Thanks to Michelle and Carla, First Lady fashions have never been so carefully dissected. (Just look at today’s Story Behind the Style and Fashion Statement!) In his new book, Robb Young aims to prove that, for women, politics is still a visual game. [T Blog]
Contemporary inspiration from latter day “gentler arts”—aka knitting, knotting, crochet, etc.—continues. Just check out these rad cuffs. [The Senses Five]
They might not get recognized with an Oscar for Black Swan, but the Mulleavy sisters are doing their part for the awards campaign and enthusiastically chatting up the film. [Fashionista]
Credits: Photographs by Gary Graham and Alex Antich.