Style Points is a new weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. Several years ago, a stranger came up to Jill Kargman at a party to say, “Oh my God, I’m a fan.” She assumed they were talking about her Bravo series Odd Mom Out, which drew on Kargman’s experiences as an
When Latosha Stone first attempted the sport that would later become her lifeblood, it did not go as planned. She was in sixth grade and using a “crappy” Penny board; she fell off the skateboard as soon as she started, hurt her arm, and shelved the hobby. Then, in high school, she took it up
Buying a used designer handbag is a trust fall. You risk it all for the potential of finding your dream investment bag at a discount, while anxieties of authenticity, quality, and value retention lurk in the back of your mind. Am I going to destroy my vintage Birkin bag if I clean it with water?
From Lorenzo Bernini’s Fountain of the Four Rivers in the Piazza Navona to Francesco Borromini’s church of Sant’Agnese in Agone, the Eternal City is teeming with Baroque landmarks. The highly decorative flourishes and sense of movement so indicative of the period are not unlike the design signatures of another Roman icon, Bulgari, so it seems
Courtesy of Dior by Teresa Cioca While the rest of the fashion industry hit pause on IRL shows in favor of digital presentations, Dior stuck to the runway. Kind of. When it comes to resort season, designers typically produce its vacation-ready runways in historic cities like colorful Marrakesh, Cuba, (or, well, Calabasas), and Dior continued