Jak & Jil for Style.com Some of my favorite street style shots from some of my favorite street style bloggers – New York Fall 2011 fashion week. The Sartorialist / Hanneli Mr. Newton / Turned Out Tweet PrintShare
The latest lookbook from Friend of Mine almost makes me want to rip my grungiest jean shorts up to the panty line and wrap myself in an American flag…almost. And trust me, this is not a style you would usually catch me rockin. The images and clothes are just that good and fall right in front of the line that separates plain cool from plain trash.
From the label:
Say hello to a Friend of Mine – an Australian label designed by Teale Talbot and managed by Letitia McLean. Confident, sexy and just a little bit tough; Friend of Mine blends feminine edge with a relaxed look that a girl can make her own.
Friend of Mine’s designs have embraced unexpected subtleties and contradiction since debuting in 2009. The label rapidly established itself across Australia with a clean beach-meets-grunge attitude, and was quickly featured in some of the best Australian and International press.
A rockabilly aesthetic is referenced throughout and is seen in the label’s namesake, which is drawn from a cult Bob Dylan track. The look is one that is undeniably fashionable, yet in a simplistic thrown together style that is far from contrived. Friend of Mine’s effortlessly cool nature results in versatile pieces, basics-with-a-twist as well as standout shoes and accessories. Whilst Friend of Mine has already carved out it’s own signature aesthetic, each new collection brings a new palette of inspiration ranging from pop culture to music to childhood memories.
posted by: Tricia Rock
Can’t find out much about this mysterious woman. Images of her in the penguin sweater at Fall 2010 Paris fashion week popped up all over fashion blogs and yesterday Mr. Newton posted the photo on the left. As far as my research has taken me I believe her name is Ursina Gysi and she works ...Read More
While attending the 9th Annual West 18th Street Fashion Show (which was great by the way, recap on the event coming soon), I was able to get some great street style shots. Continue reading for more photos. Enjoy!
Downtown Lawrence, KS on a sunny Saturday afternoon makes for some great people watching. Check out these street style shots we snapped of some unsuspecting passersby.
posted by: Tricia Rock
photos by: Sara Rock