Day: April 18, 2020

Here’s to Brad Pitt, Unlikely Ski Style Icon

Right about now is when ski season would typically end. But there’s nothing typical about right now—along with just about everything else, the slopes have been shuttered since March. So we figured that we’d take the Big Fit of the Day out for a nice powder session, and check in with the celebrities who turned ski style into a genuine statement.

Getty Images

Brad Pitt

What more is there to say? Shouts out to a young king skiing in jeans. Bonus points for the graphic tee, the stud in the left ear, and just an insane head of hair. this kid’s going places!

Getty Images

JB Smoove

Our photo research shows the Curb Your Enthusiasm star to be an, uh, enthusiastic attendee of an annual celebrity ski bash in Deer Valley, Utah—and he’s got the kind of snow plow technique you only learn at the finest of ski schools.

Read More

21 Spring Fashion Trends to Buy in 2020

You’re probably familiar with the slip dress and bustier tops, but this season, lingerie is taking center stage in the ready-to-wear world as opposed to its usual seat underneath it all. The title for this trend theme couldn’t be any clearer: Lingerie dressing is going way beyond the confines of the bedroom as traditional lingerie detailing such as hook and eye clasps, boning, garters, sheer paneling, tons of silks, lace, corsetry, and much more have worked their way into some of the most prominent spring collections.

From Olivier Theyskens showing us that much less is much more to Dion Lee’s exciting take on all things boned and bound, the three trends ahead are our suggestion of where to start when it comes to tackling lingerie dressing this season.

Source link Read More

3 Style Tips Southern Women All Use

New Orleans is every bit as vibrant, colorful, and loud as you’d imagine. That’s what I learned when I finally made a pilgrimage to the Big Easy earlier this month. Houses were painted neon colors, jazz bands roamed the streets, and—no surprise—the fashion was exactly the right amount of over-the-top. Having spent most of my life in Oakland and Berkeley, I’m a bit of a granola-girl stereotype. Yes, I prefer Birkenstocks to heels; no, I don’t own anything ruffled or ball gown–esque. But finally visiting the South has changed my perspective on polished dressing.

“When I moved to New Orleans, I was fascinated by the number of women who really stick to the idea of Southern polish,” says Coeli Hilferty, co-owner of NOLA boutique Pilot and Powell. “There is an exuberance and excitement to dressing down here, whether it is costuming for a parade, head-to-toe dressing for lunches, or

Read More