Fashion Editorial : Jennifer Lawrence

I couldn’t be more in love with J-Law but then her Vogue cover came out and the pictures were stunning and her interview was funny, light hearted, and deep all in one…(ya did it again, I love you more)!

All images from Vogue and photographed by Mikael Jansson


The Brat Pack : Vogue Editorial

Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Justin Bieber and Ansel Elgort are center focus in Vogue’s “New Brat Pack” photoshoot with Mario Testino.

All images from Vogue and photographed by Mario Testino

Vogue : Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss

Why wouldn’t these two be best friends? They both are very tall and look like models (one is professionally but still) and they both were on the Victoria Secret runway the past two years. Not to mention they are both gorgeous, so it’s no wonder that Vogue snatched these two for their March cover.

All images from Vogue and photographed by Mikael Jansson

Valentino : Pre Fall 2015

“Your eyes are the eyes of a woman in love” reads an inscription on one of the collection’s flame red gowns. Valentino, of course, makes us fall in love with all his 97 presented looks in the collection. This collection is a romantic modern look with a 70’s spirit. Our favorite looks are one for the stars, inspired by Botticelli’s La Primavera, there are celestial dark blue ensembles embroidered with stars, galaxies and constellations. Head to Vogue for more!

All images from Vogue

Home Away From Home


Back in March 2014, 21 year old model Karlie Kloss (WHAT, she’s only 21, excuse me while I have a mini heart attack), opened up her first home in New York City to Vogue Magazine. This has to be one of my favorite homes, much more my style, gold accented shelves and chairs with fur blankets and cushions in a white walled room.


Kloss had purchased her West Village town house just last year! Few other 21 year olds have the means to buy (let alone rent) such an impressive town house in one of Manhattan’s most-sought-after neighborhoods. “I’ve worked really hard to be in this position.” She travels the world for her job and now she felt it was time to plant some roots.

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When it came to the interior of the home it was unknown territory for Kloss, “I really had no experience at all decorating or being a homeowner, I knew I wanted to make it mine, but I wasn’t quite sure how to go about doing that.” Kloss was introduced to Nate Berkus (I know him as Oprah’s interior prodigy) through a mutual friend. The two set about creating a home that reflects Kloss’s personal style and age. Kloss and Berkus left room to grow in the multi level house. Kloss calls the guest bedroom “shove-everything-in-there-and-close-the-door room” but at some point she wants to convert it into an office.


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