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    It’s not that often I get a girl crush, but when I recently discovered German blogger Maja Wyh, I was smitten. Not only is this lady stunningly gorgeous and fresh as a daisy, her skill in odd-ball layering is some of the most sophisticated and chic style I have seen in awhile. I’m obsessed with every single look she puts together and oogle at her ability to layer up to 7 different proportions of clothing on her body at once-this is a serious skillset.

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    Yesterday I went through all the new couture shows and also checked out some of Tommy Ton’s pics from his view on the streets. As beautiful as the couture collections were, some of the attendees really showed up in style! A few stylish gals sported chic wide-brim hats mixed with menswear inspired styling that caught […]

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    No surprise to anyone that has been following fashion, the color Camel was all over the Fall runways.  A classic from the 50′s and 70′s, Camel is this Fall’s new Black. The perfect accompaniment to any palette, Camel can be worn with everything from neutrals to brights and icy colors.  With the return to Minimalism […]

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    Last night I went to the Grand Re-Opening party of one of my favorite Vintage stores in LA that just re-located to Beverly street a few doors down from TenoverSix(one of my other favorite stores). The store, Revival Vintage, is owned by my friend Nikki Swasey who has an amazing eye for design.  Nikki and […]

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  5. LowLuv: Hitchhiker Style

    On Saturday I went and checked out Erin Wasson’s new jewelry line called LowLuv at the Ron Herman store on Melrose.  Erin was there for a personal appearance and to showcase all the pieces of the line. As Alexander Wang’s original muse and stylist, she first designed a line of body chains  for his Autumn/Winter […]

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  6. All the Cool Kids are Doing it

    As I traveled around to the shows I realized that there were almost more photographers outside the show than there were inside.  Most of the outside photographers seemed to be bloggers and street style snappers.  Sometimes I would see them on the inside, but most of the time they stayed outside spending their time capturing […]

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  7. SACAI’S mixed up version of Fall Classics

    Sacai is a Japanese collection designed by Chitose Abe who spent many of her earlier years at both Comme des Garsons and Junya Watanabe prior to starting her collection 12 years ago.  In keeping with her training, Abe has a mixed media approach to her designs incorporating softer elements for a quieter approach to this […]

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  8. A Horse of a Different Color

    Between London and Paris, I saw a few stylings that rejected the new minimal chic and opted for their own individual take on color schematics.  It is hard to find any color worn in Paris as the palette is almost always Black, Grey, Navy, Olive and Camel.  People who wore color really stuck out among […]

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  9. The City of Lights

    So I’ve  been in Paris for two days now….its been a busy couple of days!  Getting around has been very interesting as  (a) I do not speak French (b)  have never been here before and (c) have no idea where I am half the time.  I’ve been very adventurous and have been trying to take the […]

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