Part of “the shops at Target”, The Webster will hit stores and online May 6.
Posts Tagged ‘summer’
Homeland star Claire Danes covers the current ASOS magazine. Danes, who I will always think of as Juliet, looks radiant in the tropical themed shoot.
On My So-Called Life: “I was 13 when I did the pilot and I was inexperienced. I knew that the show was special though – it was so fresh, even kind of revolutionary. Devon Gummersall (Brian Krakow) and Devon Odessa (Sharon Cherski) are dear friends of mine. If I’m in LA, I still have Thanksgiving with Bess Armstrong who played my mother. We’re all really, very close. Those gigs don’t happen very often.”
On Romeo + Juliet: “That was a lot of fun. If you’re going to be an ingénue, that’s the one to be – the ultimate. I saw Leo the other day and in some ways, our dynamic is absolutely the same, but then it’s like, ‘Oh, but wait, we’re big fat grown-ups!’”
Read the rest of the interview here!
That’s all it will cost you for a super cute nautical influenced three-quarter sleeved dressed from Express. Everyone from Avatar star Zoe Saldana to a pregnant January Jones have been spotted in the simple dress up or down piece.
Visit the site here to see the two color options and to snag yours now before summer’s over.
Posted in Resort Wear, tagged alber elbaz, children's wear, colors, elizabeth taylor, islands, lanvin, lanvin resort 2012, madame gres, neiman marcus, Resort Wear, summer on June 13, 2011| Leave a Comment »
Refinery 29 featured a dress made with a Sharpie. Yep.
“Don’t get us wrong, we’re not complaining about the suddenly steamy temps. But the start of summer never fails to beg the question: what dress will we live in? You know, the one that covers up those battling tan lines, stays cool from the L to the G, and can—without a second thought—transition from McCarren to the biergarten. So imagine our delight at discovering this ultra-dreamy, handmade silk frock from Alle Vögel, the label of love from GQ deputy art director Chelsea Cardinal. Meticulously tailored, with vintage gold buttons, a too-cute sailor collar, and a starry “math print” (originally designed with a Sharpie), it’s definitely worth that hard-earned $420.”
Sounded interesting. $420? Child, please. It’s a Sharpie.
Dress Available at In God We Trust, 265 Lafayette Street (at Prince Street); 212-966-9010.