New York through the eyes of Olivia Graham.
Lately, I find myself checking The Coveteur almost everyday. As editors and various people at fashion magazines and houses as well as gals-about-town have become style icons in their own right, this site comes at exactly the right time. People are curious about the fashion elite. What are their favorite pieces? What does their closet look like? How do they store their shoes? I was especially drawn to Sylvana Ward Durrett below.
“Sylvana Ward Durrett has been a veteran at Vogue for nearly 8 years,
starting her career at the most iconic magazine of all time as the
Assistant to the Editor-in-Chief, Anna Wintour. Her determination and
spunkiness helped her climb the ranks at American Vogue, moving into
the fashion department as the Accessories Editor and eventually
landing feet first in the role of Director of Special Events, a title
she currently maintains. She’s one girl with a full plate: her
responsibilities include producing over 30 events a year, including
the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards Dinner and the annual Costume
Institute Benefit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Her style is the
epitome of effortless chic – mastering the art of putting together
envy-defying outfits on a daily basis.” via The Coveteur
Images via The Coveteur. Photos by Jake Rosenberg.
Taylor Tomasi Hill attends Fall 2011 New York Fashion Week via StreetFSN
NYC was wonderful. It was fabulous to be with friends and family and I felt very spoiled. I’m a bit exhausted today but so thrilled that I found the dress!
A few pictures from the trip…
With mom after we bought “the dress”!
Sara, Me, Shayna and Ryan
With my mom and Rosaria – our helper
The girls at lunch
With Robert’s mom, Laurie and my Aunt Stephie and Uncle Alan
The view from Brooklyn
Meeting Randy from Say yes to the dress!
Hello…I’m super-busy at work today and I’m leaving for NYC tomorrow for a dress trying on/reunion/party extravaganza. See you again on Monday!
I rhymed! I think I post about girls looking fabulous in winter garb at least once per day. Only because I think it’s a far greater feat to look fabulous while braving the elements. Most style-conscious women can look adorable/lovely/chic in the summer with the zip of a simple dress, a few baubles and a tan.
Images: Dress, Design, Decor
Winter seems to have arrived and while we haven’t gotten snow yet, everyone is bundled up. I love these two images from The Sartorialist of very chic girls in very chic coats.