Like every other beauty addict, I know I’m not alone when I say that there’s nothing more exciting than finding a new beauty brand with products that do the job. Even better is finding said product and discovering that it doesn’t contain any harsh chemicals and also happens to be a relief for your wallet. While it’s true that, sometimes, the pricetag doesn’t sway some of us from getting that highly priced foundation or mascara, it’s a nice refresh to find something that is good, cheap and efficient. That’s the case with LoveEveryone. The brand, launched on 2012, has since its beginnings taken over the aisles of big stores like Target and Bed Bath & Beyond without the huge buzz of other brands. Their products are cruelty free, organic certified and their bottles perfectly recyclable. Below I include a few of my favorites, and who knows? Maybe they will become your favorites too! Advertisements
With a timeless piece like the polo short, there’s low risk in looking passé. I remember how acquiring a polo shirt was the duty of every self-respecting fashion devotee teenager. However, when the opportunity came for me to choose my first polo shirt, there was no other brand the truly stood out like Lacoste. A classic cut, two-button polo shirt in a light shade of mauve was the very first on a long line of colors to follow. My very first polo made me feel cool and renewed; not because I was wearing any polo shirt, an item that comes in one and a million variations, but because I was wearing a Lacoste polo. The shield and gear of many admirable personalities throughout history. With time, and in-between one too many trends, my cult for the polo evanesced. Nevertheless, I think this classic piece might make a comeback in my wardrobe. Fast forward to a few days ago when I found Stéphanie Delpon and Paul Saint Bris, the french creative duo behind Pictoresq, original dab at capturing …
If there is one thing this Madrid born and bred interior decorator is known for, is her so-called lujo callado or quiet luxury. Her natural ability at bringing together unexpected elements, while creating a space that is as warm as it is eclectic, is only natural to this Doyenne. Like many others in the creative field, Isabel draws inspiration from her many travels. The colors, fabrics, textures and traditions of far away cultures is what keeps her spaces interesting and her style in constant evolution. Since opening her own studio at the young age of twenty, Isabel has been praised and awarded on her work by well-known magazines in the design and architecture world. Her refined style aesthetic has also become the point of reference to well-known celebrities and an international roster of clients looking bring some of Isabel’s lujo callado into their homes. Find out more about Isabel below Website | http://www.isabellopezquesada.com Instagram | @isabellopezquesada Facebook | Isabel López Quesada Images via Isabel Lopez Quesada official website -Veronica
With two floors complete with the works of contemporary artists, this massive gallery just outside of the Wynwood area offers a respite from the buzzing Miami lifestyle. With a free entry and various art and technology programs for kids of all ages, De La Cruz Collection is the prime example of an art institution that encourages the local community to take an active interest in the arts.
Nowadays, it is hard to keep up with the increasing number of new and talented designers in the fashion sphere. Even more so, when these designers happen to be from Latin America; a place that doesn’t get as much rep as it deserves. One designer that has captured my attention is Paula Raia. The Brazilian designer’s latest Spring/Summer 2016 collection features dresses inspired by nature and designed with Raia’s desire for interesting textures. Vaporous fabrics and an earthy color palette keep the focus on the intricate detailing and layering, something of which the designers has become know for.
Designer, mother and style icon. Margherita Missoni is part of the recognized Missoni clan, designers of the one-of-a-kind zig-zag prints and covetable soft knits. Despite having been born under the Missoni brand, Margherita is already looking to make a name of her own with her 1-year old kids apparel company Margherita Kids.
With the cool months just a few weeks away I wanted to do a small recap of a few of the best shows for the Fall/Winter 2016 season. Get ready, this will be one stylish winter.