Keep it light, move in unison… two things that photographer Alexandra Valenti had in mind for our recent shoot, Double Take. Read More
America is a place full of geographical contradictions…over here, buildings scrape the sky, their tops getting lost in the clouds; over there, the rugged cliffs of the Pacific Northwest drop off into turbulent blue waters; Read More
This week’s lookbook, “After Hours,” has a different feel than others we’ve done recently. Shot in New York City by Guy Aroch, the lookbook features model Ashley Smith in a hotel room overlooking the city lights at night. Rich textures like velvet, fringe, beading, and a subtle shine make for a dark, moody look and a girl who is ready to take on the night. The images bring to mind brisk evenings, throwing on a jacket over a short, flirty skirt with tights and heels, and dancing down twinkling streets to the warmth of wherever that night is taking you… Read More
We don’t always post lookbooks on the blog, but our latest, Rambling Rose, is one of the most beautiful ones I’ve seen and I had to share the images here on the blog! Featuring the beautiful model Eniko Mihalik, the lookbook was shot by our frequent catalog photographer Guy Aroch, adding to its editorial feel. It was shot in upstate New York, the perfect setting to add to the bohemian feel of the styling. Read More
The team behind our Vintage Loves line is so inspiring. Every month our vintage buyer puts together amazing collections of hand-picked vintage pieces around a certain theme. For the launch of each collection, she and our creative director and vintage photographer scout out locations to shoot the pieces – either as a vignette or, as we’ve been doing more of lately, a lookbook. Read More
Working in a fashion company, we are always looking ahead. Read More
Our trend for the week is titled Lady of the Canyon and features model Sheila Marquez, who blazes a trail through a barren landscape like a windswept warrior princess. Read More
Our February lookbook is so full of light and soft colors, it’s hard to believe it was shot on a chilly day in New York City in an abandoned building… our team shot at 5 Beekman St (more on this location to come) with photographer Anna Palma, who you may remember from this amazing video. Here’s a peek behind the scenes!
Photos by Thomas Northcut.
View the February Lookbook!