I met the lovely Michelle Fawbush while speaking on a panel about fashion and street style at Soho House, the first in a series called Fashion for Breakfast that was sponsered by Harpers Bazaar. Michelle, an editor at the magazine was in town to moderate and lead the conversation.
Ever since Pharell broke the intenet with his big ol' hat at the Grammies I've been noticing lot's of chapeus around town. Here are three examples of ladies who are making it work.
Go big like stylist Brandy Kraft with her babe Harvey Lars. Her wide brim hat looks increible with the long dress and I love the swaddling blanket she has draped over her adorable babe Harvey Lars.
Try a fedora like knockout Eva of Monika Dixon PR. She looks divine here in this fringey top and grey topper. Just remember, with a fedora size matters, anything too small and you run the risk of looking like you're stepping out in Wrigleyville. Eva's hat is just right.
Go for a throw back 90's look like the beautiful Aramide Esubi of the blog The Sassy Peach. I spotted her across from the iconic Chicago Theatre looking lovely in a smaller brimmed black hat, I love how it showcases her major bangs.
I had the pleasure of meeting Jacey Duprie the woman behind the beautiful & very cool blog Damsel in Dior. She was the keynote speaker at a blogger brunch co-hosted with Fashionaholic today at the Silversmith Hotel.
Look for more street style from the event right here on the blog throughout the week.
Was such a pleasure to meet the lovely Kristen Gipson, owner of for RSVP gallery, jewelery designer and all around style maven at Lollapalooza this weekend.
She's wearing a crazy cool "100" necklace from her soon to be launched line Kdia. She's also sporting a top by Azeeza.
It's actually raining pretty hard in these photos, but despite it all Kristen manages to look fresh as a dasiy. The only evidence of the downpour and surrounding muck are a few raindrops on her chanel and a bit of mud on her Celine kicks (see her instagram for what happens moments later :)
So thrilled to have my Lollapalooza style coverage featured on Elle.com again this year! Also who's a better cover girl than Yolanda Trejo of Salon Blue (AKA the amazing woman that cuts and colors my hair ) as the cover. We randomly ran into eachother at Lorde! Check out all the fly ladies here.
The sun has set on yet another Lollapalooza 2014. We were at the fest all three days and captured some pretty incredible style, so without further ado I give you the ladies of Lollapalooza 2014 part one. Look for part two tomorrow!!!
This pretty much sums up the whole weeekend. Music IS the answer.
Laura Gray looks fly in this Asos Jacket lounging on the prefered mode of VIP travel at a festival that spans more than a mile between the two main stages.
As always my girl Azeeza looks GORGEOUS in her own label. Also that Python PS1 aint bad either.
The style parade from this weekends Lollapalooza Music Festival continues on the blog with Part 2.
A homemade crown, eyeball and a pyrmaid in the background. Can you say illuminati?!
I was really sad to read the report that Devonte Hynes (aka Blood Orange) and his beautiful girlfriend Samantha Urbani (fly girl pictured above) were assaulted by Lollapalooza security on Friday at the fest. Britt Julious reports more on the situation here.
Goth princess Lorde played Lollapalooza this weekend (and insert a million superaltives here) she was freaking amazing. She wore Balenciaga and as these photos illustrate looked like an all around bad ass.
Scott Drasler, my amazingly talented husband took these photos, thanks boo!
I had the great fortune of being invited to a fabulous dinner party thrown by M·A·C Cosmetics at Fulton Market Kitchen along with a select group of people (including some AMAZING muscians like War Paint, Wild Belle and Francisca Valenzuela). The party was to celebrate three separate lines curated by the stylish DJ and It-Girl Mia Moretti that coincide with Lollapalooza, South by Southwest and Coachella and will include a variety of her all-time favorite M·A·C products perfect for each festival along with original shades and accessories timed with Coachella.
At the event, Cleo Wade, a mega-babe in Mia's entrourage, made individual poems for each guest using a pink typewriter and artist Blue Logan painted a scene of the party throughout the evening on a photo wall.