From Hippie to Hipster, Tie-Dye Is Back

There was a time when tie-dyed garments were geared toward the hippie, not the hipster, but how times have changed. As of late, tie-dyed garments have made their way into the closet of many a fashionista. With labels like: Raquel Allegra, Red Valentino, TopShop, Current Elliot and Elizabeth & James, just to name a few, introducing chic collections featuring this retro pattern, it is certainly no surprise. Summertime and tie-dye go hand in hand, so what are you waiting for? Hit up your local resale shop or start fresh with a piece or two from the many designers offering up this reworked trend.

Photos: Courtesy of Style.com (runway), Ford Models (portfolio/editorial), Net-a-Porter.com (shorts), LaGarconne.com (cardigan), UrbanOutfitters.com (shoes)

Just Another Day At Work On The Lovely Catalina Island

Just Another Day At Work On The Lovely Catalina Island

I’ve been quite the inconsistent blogger over the course of the last week, work is the reason, so I thought it’s be fun to take you along. Catalina Island was the destination for the most recent shoot, and despite the … Continue reading

Celebrating 20 Years Of Issey Miyake’s Pleats Please Label

Dazed and Confused June 2012 takes a look back at two decades of Japanese designer, Issey Miyake’s, Pleats Please label launched in 1993.  The garments included in the Pleats Please label are made of high-quality polyester fabric, and what makes these pieces so unique, are the intricate accordion pleats which are pliable on the body.  In August, Taschen is set to publish a 512 page volume titled Pleats Please~Issey Miyake, in celebration of 20 years of the label.

Model: Karolina Waz/ Photography: Alex Sainsbury/ Styling: Robbie Spencer

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Deeply Grateful For Your Support

Deeply Grateful For Your Support

I am so very grateful for all the support, love and encouragement I’ve received since launching this blog just a little over one month ago. I decided I’d do a giveaway once I reached 50 followers, however, I was pleasantly … Continue reading