I wore a 1970s Boheme influenced outfit inspired by Marc Jacobs' Spring 2011 line.
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM:
Hat- August for Macy's
Jacket - My Tribe
Shoes- Qupid at Lulu*s
If you're not already familiar with Lulu*s, you need to bash the rock your head is under with a Louboutin stiletto (kidding... never deface a sacred heel). Lulu*s presently my favorite online store for jackets, dresses, accessories, the whole nine yards. Every element of my style is covered by Lulu*s- goth, grunge, free-spirited, and vintage. Need new shoes? WELCOME. www.lulus.com
I was privileged to have been invited to view the Miss Me denim and couture lines yesterday. Miss Me jeans are famed for their extravagant stitch work, rhinestone embellishments, and pocket bling. If your butt wants to make a serious statement, treat it to a pair of Miss Me jeans or jeggings! If you're interested in something more sleek and understated, consider the couture line. I especially fell in love with the studded jackets and neutral capes.
One of the most prominent displays at WWD Magic is the Desigual booth. I feel ridiculous calling it a booth, considering the grandeur of its presentation. But the collection certainly deserves the attention its flashy environment attracts; the clothes themselves command an incredible presence. "Desigual" translates to "it's not the same" in Spanish, since the company is based in Barcelona. The title couldn't be more fitting- Desigual clothes and accessories are bold, brave, and completely individual. Influenced by Spanish culture, bohemian energies and springtime color schemes, the Desigual collection is hard, if not downright impossible, to miss. Even celebrated designer Christian LaCroix collaborated with the company to curate a series of pieces any fashion addict would demand right on the spot. It was hard enough for me to walk away without a one-of-a-kind patchwork jacket.
And while the designers lived up to my expectations, it was still the smaller companies that captivated me most. One of my all-time Magic favorites was an LA-based designer called "Brandy Melville". Brandy's tees and tanks are lightweight and incredibly youthful, with fabric so soft you could wear it to sleep, wake up, and wear it out on errands without taking it off once.
There's also jewelry with an earthy, Native American vibe:
Check out their lookbook at www.brandymelvillewholesale.com!
I also spied some other brands displaying some of spring's most popular trends.
A little bit of lace,
A little bit of floral,
And a LOT of vivid prints and solids!
Me + Audrey
Today I'm back in the action, completely immersed in the WWD Magic energy and surrounded by a group of wonderful fashion bloggers from all over the map. Some of our celebrity stylists include Crosby Noricks of PR Couture, Erica Domesek of P.S. I Made This, Jane Aldridge of Sea of Shoes, and Hilla Ohayon! Some day we'll all be "fashion famous"... shout outs to mah gurlz Nacole from Rich Skinny Pretty, Colby from Minnie Muse, and Renee + Rebecca from Styluste! You're all amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!
Everything is infinite,