Aymeline’s adorable smirk backstage at P.S.
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An otherworldly haze backstage at Helmut Lang (via T Magazine: Photos of the Moment | Helmut Lang)
We do not recommend wearing your Miu Mius near a volcanic lava flow.
I love it when fashion meets geothermal activity.
Jason Wu’s fall 2012 mood board: Qing dynasty meets Dietrich meets haute couture.
Obsessed with T Magazine. Jason Wu is ON FIYAH.
The Novelty Knit
T Style Fall 2011
Charlotte Free with gorgeous hair, by Paul Maffi.
The unofficial mascot for Alexa Chung’s second Madewell collection has to be the palm tree print.
Madewell auto reblog.
- Kinga Rajzak (sociology & politics major), Jane Randall (history major) and Lily Cole (history of art M.A.) photographed on their respective campuses by Angelo Pennetta for T Magazine
Apologies in advance: I will foreseeably be a minor tumblr stranger henceforward, as I am resuming my studies (as a psychology major) tomorrow morning.
While I do attend university out of town, I stacked my fall semester courses so as to allocate sufficient intervals to return to my New York apartment whenever work beckons. In the meantime, I will cover the Spring 2012 shows a bit for Dossier, continue a’tweeting @bunnyBISOUS, and eagerly anticipate the early autumn release of various work projects undertaken this summer.
And to all you fellow students out there: I hope your Back to School week fares easy peasy lemon squeezy! On the authority of The New York Times, we’re in grand company!
“I would send you a bouquet of newly sharpened pencils if I knew your name and address. On the other hand, this not knowing has its charms.” — Joe Fox [Tom Hanks], You’ve Got Mail (1998)
I love these girls for being advocates for their education, and I love T Magazine and Julia Frakes and EVERYONE.
Summer heat calls for desperately easy wardrobe options. (Intricate fabrics and unnecessary layers: no, thank you.) We like the looks of these simple shirts and plain trousers on these chic women. What say you, Tumblrinas? From left, Eric Ryan/Getty Images; Francois Durand/Getty Images; Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images.
Things I love about this post:
- T Magazine
- Emmanuelle Alt
- Sheer collared shirts
- TUMBLRINAS OMG
- How wonderful tumblr is for a short, sweet string of image-based news… I mean, come on, this entry is perfect hello.
Stefano Pilati took the idea of cruise to heart with a saucy collection anchored by, well, anchors, ropes and other nautical motifs. His point of departure? A similarly shipshape collection by Yves Saint Laurent from the early ’80s.
I love T Magazine, I love YSL, and I love Hanne Gaby.
Sasha in a Brooklyn loft fit for a gypsy, decked out in Chanel. Photograph by Kava Gorna.
Girl after my own heart.
The French actress Léa Seydoux is about to raise her profile stateside when Woody Allen’s new romantic comedy, “Midnight in Paris,” opens in May. Here, Seydoux has us puckered up in a streamlined lemon and nude Max Mara bodysuit. Photograph by Jeff Henrikson. Fashion Editor: Sara Moonves.