Breakfast at Tiffany's: A Diary of Looks

On roughly what might be my 5th time renting Breakfast at Tiffany's, I decided to make a log... of outfits.

(Not so) occasionally I find myself looking for inspiration, and the polished lady-like chic of Hepburn usually does the dreamy trick. Queue me, marveling at the steady stream of original Givenchy couture looks made for Audrey Hepburn's character, Holly Golightly.

So I decided it was time, to make a reference anytime one feels themselves coming down with the mean reds, all one must do is scroll. 

Well, how do I look?
— Holly Golightly, Breakfast at Tiffany's

Maria Grazia Chiuri's Dior

Maria Grazia Chiuri takes a bow at Dior SS17.

Maria Grazia Chiuri's first collection debuted for Dior, and it's major.

Tulle and lace whimsy meets day-to-night tailoring - the stuff 9AM - 9PM dreams are made of.

Powerful themes were peppered through out the show, including a statement tee with the phrase "We should all be feminists." Chiuri made a point to cast women who are models and more - med students, yogis, and visual artists.

The resounding theme? Girl power.

Images courtesy of Vogue.com.

MANUS X MACHINA

Weekend news: The Met was sick.

Exhibition entrance, Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute

Exhibition entrance, Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute

The gang ventured north to the Met(ropolitan Museum of Art) to view the latest Costume Institute exhibition, Manus x Machina.

Dior till your heart's content! A remote-controlled dress! A top made of straws! 

Simply put, there is magic at every turn. Scroll through below for a highlights reel of looks from the exhibit.

 

 

 

Metropolitan Museum of Art, Manus x Machina now through August 14th.

Light installation, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Manus x Machina.

Light installation, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Manus x Machina.