Fashion Alerts: Hit the Road with Alexa Chung, Soccer is Officially Stylish and Another Reminder that French Women are Flawless
Good morning and happy Monday! I hope you had a chance to relax over the holiday weekend, between pie eating, holiday decorating and, oh yeah, Black Friday. A big huzzah to those of you who braved the crowds and landed memorable, major scores.
Speaking of hot deals, Friday brought talk of a new designer + chain-store collaboration. This time it’s Tom Ford for H&M, and whether or not the rumor is true, I know the ads will be as provocative as the clothes. [Fashionista]
This is why I freaking love PBS. In its upcoming series, Thrift America,” British “It” chick Alexa Chung demonstrates her savvy ability to sift through thrift shop duds for diamonds and thus cobble together her inimitable style. [NYT]
Sure, soccer—er, football—players are babes, but would you call the sport stylish? The Green seems to think so, a new “elegant magazine about the world’s most popular sport,” according to Nowness, who has exclusive pics from the inaugural issue. [Nowness]
I just discovered Into the Gloss, a beauty blog that interviews fashion insiders on how they stay beautiful and healthy. Each day reveals loads of insider secrets—love that. Today, meet Marie-Amélie Sauvé, a French stylist who wears no make-up and looks flawless. Hate that. [Into the Gloss]
Garance wants her fleece-lined jean jacket, which is great because I’m calling dibs on the gal’s ring. And can we appreciate for a moment how perfectly thought out this “I just threw it on” outfit is? I mean, look how her side pony is subtly balanced by her belt! [Garance Doré]
Jane admits to “HAVING NOTHING TO WEAR” syndrome, but I don’t believe her. Especially when the statement follows a previous post about her closet. [Sea of Shoes]