The fashion community remembered the influence Amy Winehouse had on the style zeitgeist on the event of the self-destructive singer’s death (New York Times). The Metropolitan Museum of New York will extend its hours until midnight on August 6 and 7 in anticipation of the rush to see the glorious Alexander McQueen exhibit as it [...]
Archive: July, 2011
For fall 2011, Tory Burch looked to the English countryside for inspiration, hence a collection that is rich in tweedy textures, and plaid and Fair Isle motifs. Her lookbook says that she married American sportswear with English country dressing. There are shearling vests paired with tartan below the knee-length skirts, tweed smocks with contrast color [...]
Just as fashion has new wares for the fall season, the publishing world is releasing new design tomes as well. Starting September, expect to find these lush and glossy coffee table books like Million Dollar Decorators star Martyn Lawrence Bullard’s Live, Love & Decorate in bookstores everywhere. Decorators Celerie Kemble and Muriel Brandolini, who are [...]
If you still do not know what Orlebar Brown swim shorts are, Style Intel suggests you visit their website ASAP before summer ends. Adam Brown, the man behind the simple yet novel idea of tailored swimwear worthy of Savile Row has built a brand that’s become the favorite of men who like their Yves Saint Laurent jackets and their Tod’s driving loafers. Here, Adam shares his five essentials…
With summer sales drawing to a close and fall/winter merchandise trickling into the stores, what better way to escape this searing heat than to dream of lush autumn clothes. But instead of posting runway pictures, Style Intel mixes it up a bit with backstage photographs from the collections. First on this installment is Hermes.