So, this sweater again! I threatened to layer it over a Mara Hoffman dress, but I got inspired to pull it over this vintage nightshirt-type vintage dress. Loose clothing is all I can tolerate lately, and I’m getting excited for spring and loving light, neutral colors. Also there’s something about black tights with a white […]
There’s nothing like getting dressed after a day in the sun on a warm weather vacation. That post pool/beach break when you shower off the salt, sand and/or chlorine, you’re a little bronzed and hopefully have time for a little nap so you feel rested and ready for food, drink and fun. That was my […]
Photos by Kourosh Karimkhany I made my way to H&M pretty late on Thursday after the Marni collaboration launched, and I expected to get nothing. There was still a giant line wrapped around the upstairs, which was good because it meant there was stuff left, but bad because it meant waiting.
I almost forgot this whole Marni at H&M thing was happening! So it was a really nice surprise to see these first peeps of two of the looks at Glamour.com today.
Photo by Robyn Ross I still have not managed to post all my favorite shots from my trip to Miami for Art Basel. Every year it’s such a quick trip crammed with so much amazing art and super fun times that it takes me weeks to process it all. I have just one more installment […]
Art Basel look #2 by kphilipk featuring short sleeve shirts H M short sleeve shirt, £7.99Raveur long tulle skirt, $41Chunky high heels, $150Kenneth jay lane jewelry, €132Antik Batik blue belt, €40 When dressing for Art Basel in Miami Beach, you want to get creative. It’s a giant art fair, after all, surrounded by amazing parties. […]
I always get super excited about high-low collaborations at Target, H&M, or wherever, and the items are always tres covetable in the photos online. However, the fabric often mades me sad, typically because it’s polyester. I have a Target + Erin Fetherston short version of the hippie wedding dress hanging in my closet unworn mainly […]
SAN FRANCISCO — After the one-year-old’s birthday party last Saturday, I had tickets to Peter Nachtrieb‘s play Litter at the Zeum theater (yes near the carousel at Yerba Buena, I didn’t know there was a theater there either!). I felt like being a bit grown up sartorially since I’d dressed for a small child earlier […]
The awesome thing for me about getting older is the confidence that comes with it. When I was younger, I was insecure and wanted to blend in. In my mind I had style but I was afraid to wear it. The problem in my youth was that I didn’t know if a double-take meant the […]
Photo by Kourosh Karimkhany I realize I look a bit somber here. I was trying to reflect Frida’s mood. She’s such an inspiration to me style-wise. Like the honey badger, she didn’t give a you-know-what. She had her own style of dress, art, and life. I’m typically more smiley than Ms. Kahlo, so the serious […]