Images of Women II: 2005-2014 by Peter Lindbergh

30 March 2015

Peter Lindbergh Photography Book Images of Women II 2005-2014

Internationally-revered German fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh revolutionized his metier with iconic images of the 1980s supermodels. From his beginnings, he has sought to capture the personality, character, and identity of fashion models, not just the glitter and glamour. In 1997 he presented his seminal book Images of Women comprising his work of the 1980s and 1990s. As a sequel, Lindbergh now presents Images of Women II featuring the highlights of his work created between 2005 and 2014: fashion photographs, nudes, and portraits of today’s actresses and models such as Milla Jovovich, Isabella Rossellini, Monica Bellucci, Jamie King, Emmanuelle Seigner, Tilda Swinton, Kate Moss, Elisa Sednaoui, Jessica Chastain, Hye Jung Lee–and the occasional man, such as Hollywood grand seigneur Kirk Douglas. Available to Order Now from

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Christian Lacroix: Diary of a Collection Art Book

26 March 2015

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Christian Lacroix: Diary of a Collection by Patrick Mauries is one of Kelly’s favorite reference books. This incredible tome documents the creative process of how a collection is made from sketches to catwalk. Featuring a kaleidoscope of wonderful imagery, it is an inspiring addition to any library. Available to Order Now from

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Moodboard: Safari Chic

24 March 2015

Safari Chic - Frederica Rettore Horn Cuff Bracelet - Jimmy Choo Wedges - Valextra Tote Bag

One: Gucci Ivory Canvas Jacket . . . Click Here to Purchase

Two: J.Crew for David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Elephant Tee . . . Click Here to Purchase

Three: The Row Cordan Stretch-Cotton Poplin Tapered Pants . . . Click Here to Purchase

Four: George Smith Signature 29″ Cowhide Ottoman . . . Click Here to Purchase

Five: Federica Rettore Melange Black Zebu Horn Cuff Bracelet . . . Click Here to Purchase

Six: Valextra Marina Textured-Leather Tote . . . Click Here to Purchase

Seven: Jimmy Choo Kascade Calf Hair and Leather T-Bar Sandals . . . Click Here to Purchase

Eight: J.Crew Wide-Brimmed Straw Hat . . . Click Here to Purchase

Nine: Super Mona Cheetah Sunglasses . . . Click Here to Purchase

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Inspiration: The Cat Eye Sunglasses

23 March 2015


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Inspiration: Work/Lunch Outfit

21 March 2015

Yves Saint Laurent’s Studio: Mirror and Secrets by Jérômine Savignon

20 March 2015


The name of Yves Saint Laurent, one of the great fashion designers of the twentieth century, evokes the now-iconic looks he helped popularize as part of the modern woman’s wardrobe: the Le Smoking tuxedo jacket, the pea coat, the Mondrian dress, the jumpsuit. But seven years after Saint Laurent’s death, the man himself remains an enigma and a source of fascination (two Yves Saint Laurent biopics were released in 2014). In Yves Saint Laurent’s Studio: Mirror and Secrets, the first book to be published by the Fondation Pierre Bergé with Yves Saint Laurent, fashion historian Jérômine Savignon invites the reader into the designer’s studio, revealing Saint Laurent’s approach to fashion and design. Illustrated with more than 40 previously unpublished photographs, this volume offers a fresh, behind-the-scenes glimpse at the work of this iconic fashion designer.

A precocious talent, Yves Saint Laurent (1936-2008) started work at the venerable fashion house of Christian Dior at the age of 18. He started his own design house in 1961 with his partner Pierre Bergé. Saint Laurent was one of the first designers to hire nonwhite models, and the first to lend his name to a ready-to-wear line while maintaining his haute couture business. He became the first designer to be honored with a Costume Institute retrospective at The Metropolitan Museum of Art during his lifetime, with a 1983 show organized by Diana Vreeland, who called him the “Pied Piper of fashion,” because “whatever he does, women of all ages, from all over the world, follow.” Available to Order from

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Summer Beauty: Faded Lipstick + Natural Glow

19 March 2015


- Bobbi Brown Art Stick Lip Liner in Electric Pink . . . Click Here to Purchase

- Kjaer Weis Lip Tint in ‘Rapture’ Pink . . . Click Here to Purchase

- By Terry Baume De Rose Set . . . Click Here to Purchase

- Serge Lutens Beaute Oeil Pour Oeil Mascara . . . Click Here to Purchase

- Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick Compact in Rose . . . Click Here to Purchase

- Givenchy Beauty Noir Couture 4 Mascara . . . Click Here to Purchase

- NARS Blush & Highlighting Duo in Hungry Heart . . . Click Here to Purchase


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Street Style Inspiration

11 March 2015


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New York City Street Style: Khaki Trench x Chanel 2.55 Bag

08 March 2015



- Maison Michel Blanche Wide-Brim Fedora Hat . . . Click Here to Purchase

- Montana Wide-Brim Hat . . . Click Here to Purchase

- Carven Waist Tie Trench Coat . . . Click Here to Purchase

- Soft Waterfall Drape Trench Coat . . . Click Here to Purchase

- Chanel Vintage Classic 2.55 Bag . . . Click Here to Purchase

- Rag & Bone High-Rise Black Skinny Jeans . . . Click Here to Purchase

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Temple St. Clair Jewelry

03 March 2015

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Temple St. Clair is one of my favorite jewelry designers and a brand that you can always count on for elegant trinkets. In the era of mass market collaborations St. Clair went the other direction and recently released her first high jewelry collection. Her line is available to shop on and

About: Working in an airy studio above the streets of New York’s SoHo, Temple draws inspiration from varied and far-flung sources: a color in a Mannerist painting, an architectural element in a Venetian church or a Kyoto temple, the shifting shades of the sea. In her designs, as in her life, she blends a modern aesthetic with a deep love of art, history and storytelling.

After completing her academic studies in Italian Literature at Smith College and then, Middlebury College, Temple remained in Florence. Studying the details of the Renaissance, she was inspired to create her own work and to partner with the centuries-old Florentine jewelers guild.

She sold her first collection in 1986 and 20 years later her designs continue to draw on classical motifs. Temple’s signature triple granulation and “archer’s” granule on the shank of her rings nod affectionately to Etruscan and Hellenistic gold work. Another trademark is her brilliant eye for color. She travels the world to select the most uncommon and perfect gemstones and then sets them in innovative ways.

Temple creates distinctive jewelry for the modern woman by combining exquisite materials and old-world craftsmanship with an independent, spirited sense of design.

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