Man’s Best Friend: Ozwald Boateng Revolutionizes Menswear

Image from Proverb Limited Style or substance? That’s often the choice that is put before us. But for Ozwald Boateng, the revolutionary designer of Bespoke menswear, they are one and the same. According to him, substance is a necessary component of good style because it is an outward expression of one’s creativity. Boateng is certainly creative. … Continue reading

Inside Look: My Apartment in Lonny Magazine

From the March-April 2012 issue of Lonny Mag I am very excited to reveal to you images of my Brooklyn apartment in the newest issue of Lonny Magazine. I am so honored and thrilled to have been part of their latest Spring edition and so impressed by their work putting this article together. I just … Continue reading

Art Show: The Surrealist Portraits of Alexander Straulino

Part indiginous part surrealist, a clear example of Straulino’s genious. Image from Studio Straulino Alexander Straulino’s photography has been a reoccurring appearance in the pages of Haper’s Bazaar, L’Officiel, and Vogue. But his work operates beyond the realm of editorial: in his images we see a perspective that seems almost painterly (and in some cases … Continue reading

Cutting Edge: The Exceptional Art Direction of VMAN

VMAN’s online Fall issue starts strong! When I worked as the Style Editor at Lonny Magazine we threw around many design-forward and ambitious ideas on how to present our exciting editorial content. If you remember the November/December issue, our whole team collaborated on our first ever in-house styled gift guide. The final product was, thankfully, a … Continue reading

Inspiring Interiors: Hotel Alma Sevilla

The Courtyard of the Hotel Alma Sevilla This morning I am feeling particularly patriotic and my mind has drifted off to Seville, Spain. Whether it’s the 27 degree weather or just a case of cabin fever, I have spent quite a bit of time exploring the vast array of design hotels located in balmy locations … Continue reading

Tips of the Trade: Citrus

Urban Outfitters March 2012 Catalogue It’s a fact: I’m not a person who loves color. Posts such as Jarlath Mellett’s serene and monochrome design show where I stand on the color vs. neutral debate. But it just so happens that today, I have sudden whim for citron. This morning, I received Urban Outfitters’ March 2012 catalogue in … Continue reading

Tips of the Trade: Michael Kors on Wearable Fashion

Video from NET-A-PORTER We have seen countless creative and surrealist designs coming down the runway season after season. Alexander McQueen’s exhibit of his most original and masteful pieces drew millions to the Met. Lady Gaga and Daphne Guinness have adopted larger-than-life designs into their wardrobe as an expression of their creativity. However for the rest of us non-performers and … Continue reading