No, I’m not talking about hips, I’m talking about jeans. I’m sure most of you have a wardrobe, much like mine, that’s denim heavy. Skinny’s, trousers, boyfriend, distressed, high waisted, low waisted, colored, light blue,dark blue, blah, blah, blah. Finding that “perfect” pair can be as much fun as getting your bikini waxed. Sorry TMI.
We’ve finally had some of our “LA” weather back! As most of the country is covered in snow, we’re enjoying 70 degree temps. I’m not sure how long it’ll last, but it’s nice to see what’s coming for the spring.
Since the abrupt “resignation” of Carine Roitfeld from French Vogue, there’s been a lot of speculation of why she left and who would take over. It’s been said that Carine was asked to step down (or fired) because of unethical practices inside the magazine. I’m not exactly sure what the final straw was, but I know it had to do with a heavy hitting designer.
Emmanuelle Alt has an incredible style and has been the fashion director for French Vogue as long as Carine has been editor (10 years). I believe Carine is who hired Emmanuelle. Not everyone is too excited about Emmanuelle taking over as head chief. Many believe she doesn’t have enough experience and basically she’s Carine dressed in different clothing. I for one, am really excited about the transition. I think Emmanuelle will bring an edgier feel than Carine and I look forward to new inspiration. Hope you do too. xoxo
I’ve recently come across these photos of different parisian-esque apartments, but with the same chic esthetic. I love, love, love this type of decor. It’s a mix of old with new, black and white, and a variety of all the natural elements…wood, metal, leather, glass etc. My favorite part of this esthetic are the re-claimed wood floors. Not only is it eco-friendly, it gives the rooms a bit of an edge among the stark white walls.
Yes I know, it’s not for everyone. It’s not necessarily a “polished” vibe, but nonetheless it’s one of my faves. Hope you enjoy too! xoxo