Summer’s bare shoulders are the perfect canvas for sculptural earrings and bold neckwear.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOHN HONG FASHION STYLING BY ADRIEN RABAGO STYLING ASSISTANT JASMINE BETANCOURT MAKEUP BY ASHLEY FORD HAIR BY TIFFANY LEE MODEL CLODELLE LEMAY, HOLLYWOOD MODEL MGMT PHOTO ASSISTANTS ANDREW HEISER AND JOSEFHALEY SPECIAL THANKS JUSTIN OMEGA SET DESIGN BY MAISON JOLIE DESIGNS BY NATHALIE DAHAN LOCATION RESORT STYLE HOME IN CHEVIOT HILLS VIA AIRBNB
PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOHN HONG STYLING BY LISA MARTINEZ MAKEUP AND HAIR BY JUANITA LYON FOR CELESTINE AGENCY USING MAC COSMETICS AND ORIBE HAIR CARE. MODEL DANA STUCE, HOLLYWOOD MODEL MGMT
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Get an edge on the competition with a summer office look worthy of a #girlboss: a dash of pinstripes, chunky gold details, and slide-on shoes to make it all look so easy. Story by Anna M. Park Boss Hugo Boss DKNY Topshop Pinstripe Top, topshop.com DKNY Wrap Skirt, dkny.com J.W. Anderson Bracelet, j-wanderson.com Call It Spring Pancake Bag, $30, … Continue Reading
The Marciano brothers behind Guess — the must-have jeans of the ’80s — are back with their new women’s wear line GM Studio, where vintage inspiration meets contemporary, high-end details. STORY BY MIN A. LEE Since brothers Georges and Armand Marciano launched Guess in 1981, the clothing and accessories giant has seen its share … Continue Reading