vintage Nanette Lepore designs, awesome antique photography
Monday night inspiration: Photographer Eliot Lee Hazel imagines phantasmagoric portraits that feel antique and prophetic all at once. Mostly working with musicians like Yeasayer, Thom Yorke, Mars Volta, and Cat Power, Eliot encapsulates our shared desire for something dangerously romantic.
Check out more of his work. click here
Take notes ladies. Kim from Eat Sleep Wear gives a tutorial in how to rock a white blazer in NOLA
It takes a whole lot of confidence to pull off bold prints and a bouncy bobble bag, to take floral to the office and overalls out on dates. But you’ve got this. Style? It’s just like everything else you do. You own it.
Are you tough enough?
We’re taking a break.
Of course, we all know how to behave. We do it every day. But sometimes it’s fun to stir up a little mischief — to entertain our Dionysian desires and dance on the dark side. So go ahead, get in trouble. The only risk is not taking a chance.
exclusive Alternative Lookbook images released throughout the weekend on Tumblr
because we love trends and we love you, we wanted to make it easier for you see where our head’s at this spring. So, we made a brand new bright and fresh trend page on our website that brings all the the ideas bouncing around our wacky brains into 1 spot. Click here to love it or leave it.
Before Nanette started “Nanette Lepore”, she had a small shop in the East Village and a collection called “Robespierre.” They sold a lot of pirate-inspired men’s shirts and edgy frocks for the girls. Recently we rediscovered the first and only “Robespierre” fashion film.
Nicole Styles Nanette’s Archive Sale
"Ohhhh, the velvet Nanette dress. I think my heart skipped a beat when I first saw this dress. This is dress I associate Nanette with the most. The first Nanette runway show I ever saw had this dress in it. To wear the actual piece from the runway was amazing. And I think the fact that it’s being sold is even more incredible!"
opens to the public Tuesday, 12th from 9-7. 225 w. 35 St. 9th floor.