In my shoes

A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous.
— Mademoiselle Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel



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In my shoes
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Love walking past this installation every morning featuring some of the best quotes from my fav movies. #thegaleriesxthewriting Can you pick them out? #AmericanHustle #Inception #PulpFiction #Casablanca #Clueless  (at The Galeries)
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everlane:

The Swing Trench on Caroline Ventura. 
Caroline is also the creator behind “Brvtvs”, a New York based jewelry collection. Inspired by her love for menswear tailoring, Brvtvs mixes masculine and feminine touches to create pieces that are restrained and delicate. 
Get your Swing Trench here.
everlane:

The Swing Trench on Caroline Ventura. 
Caroline is also the creator behind “Brvtvs”, a New York based jewelry collection. Inspired by her love for menswear tailoring, Brvtvs mixes masculine and feminine touches to create pieces that are restrained and delicate. 
Get your Swing Trench here.
everlane:

The Swing Trench on Caroline Ventura. 
Caroline is also the creator behind “Brvtvs”, a New York based jewelry collection. Inspired by her love for menswear tailoring, Brvtvs mixes masculine and feminine touches to create pieces that are restrained and delicate. 
Get your Swing Trench here.
everlane:

The Swing Trench on Caroline Ventura. 
Caroline is also the creator behind “Brvtvs”, a New York based jewelry collection. Inspired by her love for menswear tailoring, Brvtvs mixes masculine and feminine touches to create pieces that are restrained and delicate. 
Get your Swing Trench here.
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thechicvampyre:

Intricate textiles coming down the @lela_rose #NYFW #MBFW #SS15…
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shawnbrackbill:

Jason Wu SS15 | Interview Magazine
© Shawn Brackbill
http://www.interviewmagazine.com/fashion/jason-wu-ss-2015
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hellocute:

#cute #panda #blippy
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pretaportre:

Jenny Packham NYFW SS15’
Jenny Packham’s show epitomized one of the biggest problems afflicting New York Fashion Week: the lack of editing in the collections showcased on the catwalk. The British designer offered an overabundance of evening numbers, which touched too many tones. These ranged from supersweet, like an organza ballgown embroidered all over with flowers in sorbet hues, to sexy, such as body-conscious nude silk styles decorated with sequins stitched in graphic patterns. | via WWD
pretaportre:

Jenny Packham NYFW SS15’
Jenny Packham’s show epitomized one of the biggest problems afflicting New York Fashion Week: the lack of editing in the collections showcased on the catwalk. The British designer offered an overabundance of evening numbers, which touched too many tones. These ranged from supersweet, like an organza ballgown embroidered all over with flowers in sorbet hues, to sexy, such as body-conscious nude silk styles decorated with sequins stitched in graphic patterns. | via WWD
pretaportre:

Jenny Packham NYFW SS15’
Jenny Packham’s show epitomized one of the biggest problems afflicting New York Fashion Week: the lack of editing in the collections showcased on the catwalk. The British designer offered an overabundance of evening numbers, which touched too many tones. These ranged from supersweet, like an organza ballgown embroidered all over with flowers in sorbet hues, to sexy, such as body-conscious nude silk styles decorated with sequins stitched in graphic patterns. | via WWD
pretaportre:

Jenny Packham NYFW SS15’
Jenny Packham’s show epitomized one of the biggest problems afflicting New York Fashion Week: the lack of editing in the collections showcased on the catwalk. The British designer offered an overabundance of evening numbers, which touched too many tones. These ranged from supersweet, like an organza ballgown embroidered all over with flowers in sorbet hues, to sexy, such as body-conscious nude silk styles decorated with sequins stitched in graphic patterns. | via WWD
pretaportre:

Jenny Packham NYFW SS15’
Jenny Packham’s show epitomized one of the biggest problems afflicting New York Fashion Week: the lack of editing in the collections showcased on the catwalk. The British designer offered an overabundance of evening numbers, which touched too many tones. These ranged from supersweet, like an organza ballgown embroidered all over with flowers in sorbet hues, to sexy, such as body-conscious nude silk styles decorated with sequins stitched in graphic patterns. | via WWD
pretaportre:

Jenny Packham NYFW SS15’
Jenny Packham’s show epitomized one of the biggest problems afflicting New York Fashion Week: the lack of editing in the collections showcased on the catwalk. The British designer offered an overabundance of evening numbers, which touched too many tones. These ranged from supersweet, like an organza ballgown embroidered all over with flowers in sorbet hues, to sexy, such as body-conscious nude silk styles decorated with sequins stitched in graphic patterns. | via WWD
pretaportre:

Jenny Packham NYFW SS15’
Jenny Packham’s show epitomized one of the biggest problems afflicting New York Fashion Week: the lack of editing in the collections showcased on the catwalk. The British designer offered an overabundance of evening numbers, which touched too many tones. These ranged from supersweet, like an organza ballgown embroidered all over with flowers in sorbet hues, to sexy, such as body-conscious nude silk styles decorated with sequins stitched in graphic patterns. | via WWD
pretaportre:

Jenny Packham NYFW SS15’
Jenny Packham’s show epitomized one of the biggest problems afflicting New York Fashion Week: the lack of editing in the collections showcased on the catwalk. The British designer offered an overabundance of evening numbers, which touched too many tones. These ranged from supersweet, like an organza ballgown embroidered all over with flowers in sorbet hues, to sexy, such as body-conscious nude silk styles decorated with sequins stitched in graphic patterns. | via WWD
pretaportre:

Jenny Packham NYFW SS15’
Jenny Packham’s show epitomized one of the biggest problems afflicting New York Fashion Week: the lack of editing in the collections showcased on the catwalk. The British designer offered an overabundance of evening numbers, which touched too many tones. These ranged from supersweet, like an organza ballgown embroidered all over with flowers in sorbet hues, to sexy, such as body-conscious nude silk styles decorated with sequins stitched in graphic patterns. | via WWD
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brendenswan:

Marc by Marc Jacobs Spring 2015 RTW
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theeleganceofrunway:

haute—cature:

ELIE SAAB 
Fall/Winter 2014-15 Couture
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netaporter:

Read The Edit
Kirsten Dunst talks to The Edit about why she’ll never play the fame game, plus discover the season’s fantasy folk looks. 
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oh-palermo:

luckydayblog:

dressedwithgrace:

i never ever ever reblog gifs but this is just toooo stinkin cute

OP is the best

OP
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