Yes, it came and went so quickly … after all, L.A. Fashion Week is only one weekend. Shows started on Friday and ended last night. Design names such as Betsey Johnson, Lizzie Parker, and Romeo & Juliet all showed at the Sunset Gower Studios. I was fortunate enough to catch a few shows and steel a red carpet moment thanks to a close friend.

More L.A. Fashion Weekend coverage to come.

Chloe bootie


I have recently been turned on to these Susan studded ankle boots by Chloe. These leather and gold studded booties are perfect for every occasion but if you can’t bring yourself to splurge on these beauties then fortunately Zara  makes a few studded ankle boot options of their own.



Game on, the sporty trend is here to stay this spring/summer. Alexander Wang featured the athletic trend on his runway with neon polos layered underneath perforated bomber jackets, while  Isabel Marant send her models down the catwalk in numbered jersey’s paired with tie-dyed skinnies. The sporty trend goes a long way so no need to overdo it. By investing in a few key pieces you’ll be able to mix new items in with your existing wardrobe in a snap. I am currently on the hunt for a black leather perforated baseball cap to through on with a sweatshirt and heels to top my “athletic” look off ♥


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Images via My Vibe My Life 


The extra ordinary interior designer turned clothing designer, Kelly Wearstler, has some mighty fine Melrose real estate these days. The interior guru has recently opened her marble framed doors to the public with her first ever clothing boutique. The 2,800-square-foot store features Wearstler’s own ready-to-wear line, accessory line, and furniture.


Kelly Wearstler Boutique

8440 Melrose Avenue (at North Croft Avenue)

323. 895.7880



Images via FTAPE 

The tale of two men, Louis Vuitton and Marc Jacobs is now on display at the  Musée des Arts Décoratifs  in Paris. This exhibit, showing until September 16th, highlights the past and present of the Vuitton empire. Each display draws special attention to the technological advances, stylistic creations,  and artistic collaborations that the brand made since 1854.