From bold brows to statement earrings, stripes, tights, cropped hair, perfect lashes and everything in between, Edie Sedgwick was sporting style trends in the 1960s that still hold strong today, half a century later. Here are some of our favorite fashion moments from the Warhol superstar.
From September 10, 2014 to February 15, 2015, the Brooklyn Museum is host to an exhibition of fashion's most prominent accessory. Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe is a step-by-step look of the evolution of the high heel and the cultural conversations it has evoked along the way. Whether they're used as pedestals for feet or abstract works of art, each shoe has left its imprint in history.
Chanel Haute Couture, S/S 2010
Design houses like Manolo Blahnik and Christian Louboutin are featured alongside the delicate, architectural heels of seventeenth-century king Louis XIV of France.
United Nude for Lady Gaga's FAME perfume launch, 2012
Charlotte Olympia's rose gold Mae West sandals, 2013
The exhibition, curated by Lisa Small, is going on tour after it wraps up in February, arriving on the West Coast in early 2016 at the Palm Springs Art Museum. More tour dates and information are available on the Brooklyn Museum website: brooklynmuseum.org/exhibitions/heels.
We love a good manicure and our Assistant Designer Flora is rocking a sweet arrow print on her nails currently
It inspired us so much that we looked into some nail styles that are going to be popular for the fall. It looks like matte nail polish is a really amazing trend, it looks so soft and chic! We see alot of thin metalic stripes making an appearance as well, and who can resist a bit of glitter? We love how the glitter is done so minimally on that nail, making it the perfect amount. There is really something to be said about a nude nail as well, so elegant and not over done. Perfect for the season change!
Halloween is FINALLY here and what better way to get in the spirit than some pretty (unusual) nail art. I feel like my pinterest and instagram have both been bombarded by tons of pictures of this trend that is growing so quickly in popularity so I've decided to share some of my favorites with you:
Creepy yet awesome. I think I would just subconsciously feel my nails all day.