Every day our New York-based editorial team has a long and painful wait between our arrival to work at 9 am and the giddy noon-o’clock launch of our daily events. How’s an editor to cope? Surfing the web for the style habits everyone should adopt now, of course.
What we’re digging this week:Not-so-average nails.
The New York Times’ profile of two fashionable ladies unexpectedly taking the road less traveled: Amanda Brooks, former fashion director of Barneys and Kim France, former editor-in-chief of Lucky magazine.
How to drink scotch. Just seems like something a well-rounded person should know how to do properly, no?
You know that rock-climbing Citicard commercial with the cool song you couldn’t get out of your head? Well, Vogue did a profile on the singer of said song, LP, and she sounds pretty cool. (No pun intended.)
Getting re-inspired by some of 2012’s best commencement speeches. Hey, just because college is long over for us (weep), it doesn’t mean we can’t use a little reminder of our potential in life.
A look back at Cannes style. Summer wedding ensemble inspiration, anyone? (And that Diane Kruger. Nails it every time.)