The beauty looked radiant in none other than a Delpozo dress, complete with (we’ll dare to say it) 70’s sleek middle-parted hair swept back into a low pony. It’s sure to be a controversial look because it’s unique, but that’s what makes us love it all the more. (And the mere fact that Delpozo can just do. no. wrong.)
The definition of “a name to watch,” this up-and-coming Dominican beauty has walked in just about every big name show this season (think Jason Wu, Derek Lam, Givenchy, Alexander Wang, Oscar de la Renta, DVF, and more!). Follow her on instagram to get behind the scenes looks and her gorgeous catwalk snapshots.
With a little bit of persistence and a lot of luck, I had tickets to both rounds of Fashion Weeks while I lived in Paris last year. You could almost say the Palais de Tokyo was like my home away from home… ok, I only went twice.
But beyond being two of the most memorable experiences of my time in Paris, it was really, seriously cool to see the goings-on of a show, from the obvious celebs (Olivia Palermo and Solange Knowles were my two favorites) to the chill-vibed bloggers to the gorgeous, intricate clothes finally sweeping down the runway. Knowing this season’s debut is only weeks away in Paris gives me some serious wanderlust, but maybe I’ll get lucky in New York one season soon too.
An homage to arguably the classiest department store in history, Scatter My Ashes At Bergdorf’s was a palatable way to spend my Tuesday evening (made even more palatable accompanied by exactly one leftover Insomnia Cookie). The documentary serves to bring the behind-the-scenes madness to the masses; an insider look at the making of their yearly Christmas windows rings a particularly nostalgic bell. The only thing better than seeing fashion royalty (a certain Hilfiger’s daughter) be flat-out rejected from their buying team was personal shopper Betty Halbreich’s hysterically witty commentary. I’d pay for a Netflix upgrade if it meant a Betty-based reality show (or stand-up act; let’s be real, she’s hilarious).