The roots on the trees in NOLA are like couture dress trains. Lush.
A would-be fashion shoot set found on a college campus in NOLA. I can picture a model in a broken doll pose collapsed in the chair wearing a McQueen gown.
Walk of Easter hats at the Germaine Wells Mardi Gras Museum.
At the famous Arnaud’s bar in NOLA. Just found out there us a small museum, Germaine Wells Mardi Gras, museum upstairs. These dresses were worn by the daughter of Count Arnaud to the Easter Sunday parades over the years. The dress is called, Queen of Sparta, 1954.
One of the sickest tees I’ve ever seen. As usual, @mimiplange has outdone herself with her craftswomanship. #springfashion
A #regram must: a wet red glove in the rain by @tedmorrisonphoto.
Shed the layers and bring on the florals. Read more on nytimes.com/fashion. - Photo by Chris Craymer for The New York Times.
It’s not #tbt but I had to repost this dope shot of my bestie, @kyndalmariestyle. Swag can’t be learned folks, I’m sorry.
Spring has sprung, sorta. Two of my favorite colleagues sporting their J. Crew-inspired #officestyle. #latergram