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Style Stars: Yoyo Cao

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Yoyo Cao launched her stylish blog YOYOKULA.COM in May 2016 and since then has become one of the world’s premiere social media fashion personalities. She has a bold and unique aesthetic, combining street style with chic couture looks. Yoyo has worked with top brands such as Chaumet, Bulgari, Mont Bl...

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Style Stars: Evangelie Smyrniotaki

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Evangelie Smyrniotaki runs one of our favorite fashion blogs Styleheroine.com. Style Heroine is focused on high-end fashion, luxury travel and beauty photography - displayed as an online magazine. Evangelie has worked with some of the top designers around the world such as Malene Birger, Jimmy Choo,...

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Style Stars: Natasa Blair

Willow Trees

Fashion blogger, Natasa Blair, writes about her own personal style, fashion trends that she likes, beauty, and everything that inspires her. Based between Milan and London, she travels around the world as much as possible taking inspiration from everywhere she goes. Natasa has her own touch of style...

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Style Star: Danielle Bernstein - We Wore What

Willow Trees

Danielle Bernstein is a New York-based blogger. She started her site, We Wore What, as a FIT undergrad eager to capture the style of her fellow students. It soon transformed into a personal style forum visited by millions. Danielle now has collaborations with TopShop and other large clothing compani...

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FOR THE ARCHIVES: Focus

Jessica Hundley

What goes on behind the photographer’s camera? You may have your own stories. Author Michael Gross has a century of them. His latest book, Focus: The secret, sexy, sometimes sordid world of fashion photography, chronicles the evolution and changing world of the celebrity photographer. A real page-t...

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StyleStar: Camille Charriere

Willow Trees

StyleStar Camille Charriere was born in Paris and originally moved to London to pursue a career in law and finance. Her love and passion for the creative world later led her into the fashion industry. Camille’s blog “Camille Over the Rainbow” started in 2010 and since then she has become an internat...

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ORIGIN OF THE SPECIES - Jane Burden Morris: Defining the Look of Counterculture

Lisa Santandrea

They called her “The Queen of the Stunners,” but by the mainstream standards of her day, Jane Burden was no beauty. “Janey” was tall, lithe, and angular, with thick wavy hair, a strong jaw and a quiet intensity. In the mid-19th century, her dynamic look was in striking contrast to the doll-like be...

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Marie Antoinette’s Head: The Royal Hairdresser, the Queen, and the Revolution

Lisa Santandrea

“Greedy for gold and fame,” he wrote, “I may very well decide the destiny of my whole life with one single stroke of my comb!” And so begins the tale of Léonard Alexis Autié, soon to go by a more glamorous title, Léonard, hairdresser to Marie Antoinette. In Marie Antoinette’s Head: The Royal Hairdre...

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LOGO LOVE : How Great Graphic Design Gets Under Our Skin

Jessica Hundley

There was a moment, at the bedraggled end of the 1970s, and on into the sleek and early days of the new 1980s, when logos were king. From patches and pins to bumper stickers and cotton Ts - slogans were flaunted with uninhibited verve. ...

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Style Stars: Claire Lindsay

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Photographer and director Claire Lindsay takes simple, elegant images of women, architecture and clothing. Her Instagram feed is carefully curated; a sweet and soothing flow of incredible style, lovely interiors and powerful females. ...

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Style Archives: Ralph Lauren

Jessica Hundley

“People ask how can a Jewish kid from the Bronx do preppy clothes? Does it have to do with class and money? It has to do with dreams.” –Ralph Lauren ...

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Style Stars: Amanda Shadforth

Willow Trees

In only five years, Amanda Shadforth’s OracleFox has become a top destination for all things fashion. Amanda is acknowledged globally as one of the fashion industry's most influential leaders. With almost a million instagram followers, Amanda’s photography, styling, and unique creative direction hav...

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Origins of the Species: Audrey Hepburn - Gamine

Lisa Santandrea

The first known use of the word, “gamine,” according to Merriam Webster, was in 1925. “A small playfully mischievous girl,” reads the definition--easily a word that to be used to describe the dance-all-night lanky frame of a 1920s flapper. It makes perfect intellectual sense but emotionally somethin...

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Style Stars: Hillary Justin

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We love Hillary Justin’s incredible vintage offerings, her lux chain stitch clothing line and her sassy t-shirt collection—but we also adore her BAM blog, which covers exactly the kind of music, art and interiors reflected in her line’s unique aesthetic. A go-to for great suggestions on tunes, tra...

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TOMAHAWKS AND KING CAKES: NEW ORLEANS’ MARDI GRAS INDIAN KREWES

Jessica Hundley

Day-glo, neon feathered headdresses, sequined and bedazzled moccasins, slick dance moves, and a musical legacy that marries funk with flash - the Mardi Gras Indian Krewes are fashion as grand event. ...

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FROM THE ARCHIVE: STYLE BOOKS - Hans Silvester

lisa Santandrea

Nature “provides an infinite wardrobe,” says photographer Hans Silvester, it’s “the most amazing accessory shop you imagine.” And the children of Africa’s Surma and Mursi tribes visit this shop daily, painting and decorating themselves (and others) down by the river. Stunningly beautiful, these imag...

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Style Stars: Natalie Joos

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This, fun quirky style and travel blog from Belgium-born, born writer/photographer/stylist Natalie Joos is one of our longtime favorites. Recently making the move to Los Angeles after a long stint in New York, Joos offers a fresh, whimsical approach, covering everything from vintage finds to dating ...

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Good Old Charles Hollis: The Wild and True Tale of Mr. Chuck Taylor

Jessica Hundley

It was 1901; just the first crack of dawn, daybreak on the 20th Century, when Charles Hollis "Chuck" Taylor was born. America was between Wars and high on the joyful forward momentum of the Industrial Revolution. Things were peaceful, productive and good. ...

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FROM THE ARCHIVE: STYLE BOOKS

Lisa Santandrea

From the turn of the century through 1939, photographers Jules, Louis and Henri Séeberger traveled to the playgrounds of Europe chronicling socialites at play. Only the most stylish made it to the pages of glossies such as Vu, Vogue and Harper’s Baazar. Think of the Séeberger brothers as the “Sartor...

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ORIGIN OF THE SPECIES: Androgyny Marlene Dietrich and the Tuxedo

Lisa Santandrea

When it came to personal style, Marlene Dietrich wasn’t all shock and wonder. Let’s not forgot, Dietrich also wore Dior. She could go both ways. After all, that’s the point of androgyny: It doesn’t obliterate male or female gender identity. It joins them. So even in a tuxedo--the most formal, restri...

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Chain Stitching and the Art of Individuality

Jessica Hundley

What do ancient Celtic tribes, 19th century needle pointers and hell-raising biker gangs have in common? All use the ubiquitous “chain stitch” for embroidered ornamentation—a unique sewing technique that allows an image or "drawing" to be transferred onto fabric. The chain stitch is one of the few ...

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