“I like to disappear into a dream world, it definitely makes it easier for me to stay sane.”
I’m not a big believer in idolatry, especially when it comes to the sphere of fashion. Many people are raised on platforms that have epic connotations–as if the ability to pair the right shirt with the right pant is a holy faculty given to the mere few.
We just couldn’t help ourselves.
Fashion has become much less about fun and whimsy, and more about the perfect façade.
Lulu Chang is not your average fashion blogger. If you’re looking for a Nasty Gal-bedecked trend follower with a second-grade-level arsenal of vocabulary, look elsewhere. After a few stints in fashion PR […]
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The Value of Having Close Relationships in Fashion: A Brief Chat with Laura Brown and Leandra Medine
Current career-boosting guidance maintains that networking is the be-all and end-all of setting yourself up for success. In an increasingly fast-paced and crowded job-search environment, such logic makes sense—it is often who […]
On this humble little day in 1883, Coco Chanel was delivered to the world in all her groundbreaking glory. In honor of her singlehanded transformation of the feminine style MO, it’s pertinent […]
The other night over dinner (a colossal plate of latkes), I asked my younger sister about a girl she used to spend lots of time with, but whom I haven’t seen in […]