It’s the kick off of summer music festival season this weekend with Coachella. Not sure what to wear when you hit a festival? Here are a couple outfit suggestions to get you pointed in the right direction. 1- L*Space “Audrey” Fringe top in Shell color 2- H&M Fringe Skirt in Black 3- Ray Ban Classic Aviators 4- Talula “Fawkner Blouse” Kimono in Black 5- Steve Madden “Nadiya” Open Back Booties in Brown 6- With Hearts in my Eyes Flared Lace Pants in Black 7- H&M “Coachella” Off the Shoulder Top in White 8- Tory Burch “Lucia” Lace Espadrilles
MUA: ANTHONIA BEJIDE
PHOTO:ANDREW CARTER Contouring is the new Photoshop and this trend is not leaving the beauty world anytime soon! Kim Kardashian’s beauty secret is the latest craze, and the most important part of this makeup technique is to know which contouring and highlighting products to use to ensure that you are enhancing your best features and not painting on a new face.
Fashion model Joan Smalls releases her first ever design collaboration with True Religion. The 16-piece collection available at True Religion and Nordstrom stores will feature raglan cropped sweatshirts, skinny high-rise jeans and various sporty urban athletic wear. The athletic wear is inspired by the staples in the models everyday rotation. Not bad for her first efforts, she will be releasing a more extensive line come fall 2015.
With your Wednesday already in full swing, here is your weekly dosage of new music to keep your feet moving. This week’s Wednesday Video Playlist starts off with “Perfect Ruin”, from rising nu soul star Kwabs, followed up by Wyles & Simpson, Satin Jackets, a long awaited video from Florence & The Machine, and more.
Let’ talk a little about the calender that makes 2015 look like a very good year ahead. Have you seen the 2015 Pirelli Calender that has been scorching the internet. Shot by the uber talented Steven Meisel and styled by the one and only Carine Roitfeld. Pirelli has also cast its first ever so-called ‘plus size’ model, Candice Huffine.
In recent years, all food trends have pointed to “going local.” But anyone who understands this concept understands that it’s more of that; it is about having a sense of place, a sense of identity, a connection to that which sustains us. Wine and food, are in so many ways the most basic and profound connective forces we have to a simple happiness.