The end of summer means way fewer boozy picnics and tropical cocktails so to say goodbye to all that, Jenni from I Spy Diy grabbed Nicole, Camilla, Donna, Christina and me for one last Leblon laden harrah! We made Leblon Lemonade (literally the easiest and best summer drink…ever.) and cheersed to the end of summer 2012. Check out the video below to soak up the last rays of fun in the sun. Next stop - Fashion week(eek.)
I wanna fall(har) in love with this insane Dsquared dip-dye sweater. Combined with the beyond chilly weather in SF today, I’m getting a very strong urge to break out the knitting needles. Cozy caps for an upcoming Iceland trip maybe?
As a former market editor at the Los Angeles Times and WWD, Melissa Magsaysay knows a thing or two about fashion. But the question of how to define Los Angeles style is one that continues to confound amateurs and professionals alike. Magsaysay’s sartorial observations about her hometown have come together in “City of Style” (It Books, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers) which she says, “is not a serious coffee-table book.” The photo-filled tome is instead her take on West Coast style, and the book mirrors the natives in that “we don’t take ourselves too seriously, but it doesn’t mean there aren’t stories to tell.” The author and West Coast ambassador will make a New York appearance for the book at the Juicy Couture boutique on Madison Avenue on Wednesday. For more