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DON New York has recently dropped their lookbook for PJ Monte's new line DONTAUK. The brand is inspired by his roots in Montauk including everything from the historical Montaukett indians, to the modern day local skate and surf culture. The style has a mix of both urban and beachy elements. They also have a collaboration with LOLA New York for "local" hoodies.
While some of us may be in a style rut, others may be having separation anxiety about parting with some of our favorite summer trends. (Crop tops and I have developed a pretty serious relationship.) Here are a few pieces that can make the seasonal transition without looking completely out of place.
It's getting to be that time of the summer where we're all in style ruts, but the fashion industry has decided to start selling their fall lines and leave us with all the crappy summer sales. That's the part where accessories come in! Throw on a bib necklace or a statement headband and suddenly your look is brand new.
A couple Sundays ago, we stopped by Banzai Burger to find it not only was serving up burgers and sushi, but also selling really awesome vintage clothes. Upon further investigation, we learned that Banzai was hosting a pop-up shop for A Little Wicked, your new best kept secret in Manhattan. Bianca and Robyn Moreno are both business partners and sisters who run the boutique and are both vintage fashion enthusiasts. Essentially, they raid vintage stores all over the country, find the best pieces, make some adjustments to them, and then put them on the rack, ready to wear. So awesome. More»
We are always taking hints from our favorite celebrities about what is hot to wear. This summer season it is not so much the celebrities themselves but our favorite stars children making heads turn. See how you can mature your favorite celebs' offspring to turn up the heat with your own summer wardrobe this season. More»
Selby Drummond, Vogue's accessories editor, and Hannah Bronfman show off their summer looks at the Blue & Cream debut of House of Berardi. Selby's striped flowy dress is airy enough to survive those hot summer nights, yet stylish enough for a night on the town. And Hannah's gold sparkly shorts and bracelets are to die for! Very cute girls, bravo!
With Escape 2 New York rapidly approaching, it's time to start thinking about what you're going to wear. Festival dress codes are pretty much non-existant, so if you wanna dress like a big hipster, or hampster, or just a plain weirdo go right ahead, no one will judge you. Well, maybe a little. Anyway, if that's not the route you wanna take, here are some stylish suggestions to beat the heat and enjoy the music. You're welcome.
Beware jet setters, your oh so glamorous lifestyle is no longer in style, and you can blame the accessibility of your vacations spots for that. It is now far more acceptable, if not encouraged, to hop from one ridiculously hard to reach place to the next. There's one requirement, these unheard of paradises, deserts and beaches must be void of the corporate stamp that comes along with chain stores and massive resort hotels. Cue the creation of a term to describe this subculture that has evolved from the jet set lifestyle: gypset. That’s right, take that jet set mentality, mix in the carefree mindset of a gypsy and you are ready to explore the world. Gypsetters can be caught escaping to unknown and undiscovered towns such as San Pedro, Spain and Troncones, Mexico.
Julia Chaplin, the very gypsetter that is responsible for coining the term, has had the privilege and freedom to explore the farthest corners of the Earth through writing for publications such as the New York Times, Vogue and Elle. After reading Julia’s book, Gypset Style, I had to get some more information from her regarding the gypsetters, her travels, and this subculture that is quietly emerging under the radar. More»
Americans love burgers. What's more patriotic than an outdoor barbecue in the summer, chowing down on some burgers and beers with family and friends? Nothing. So when we found out that the chef who had been whipping up delicious classic burgers for us at the brand spanking new Banzai Burger was Argentinian, we had to meet him.
Let me tell you something. Making a polyvore is torture. I set out to make a polyvore for you fine people and what ends up happening is I find things that I didn't even realize I needed and then get really upset when I remember how much money I don't have to spend on clothes. But I still do it week after week. Why? For you fine people. So allow me to live vicariously through you and shop away! More»
Sunday, May 19
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.