New fashion line LIKE offers ready-to-wear shmansy comfy clothes that you can personalize throughout the design process.
They live into eternity. I’m not sure they’ll be on the website forever but if someone orders something from me all of the patterns are changed to reflect how the person wants to wear a garment and how I can make it fit a little better. Once someone orders from me, their pattern is on file and they can order it forever.
Pricing for the made-to-order label starts at $250 and everything is cut depending on what you like. They make unique patterns and they’ll tweak things for you. The designer, Lucinda Trask , has designed for Zac Posen and Isaac Mizrahi. According to the site, “each collection takes a singular idea and expands into a series of interchangeable patterns, fabrics, and couture fabrication techniques. “We say it’s the closest you get to feeling like Marie Antoinette. (The Fader)
- Fashion has many obsessions: Birkenstocks, Cara Delevingne, and now, giant green leaves. When Antonio Lopez took a series of pictures of Grace Coddington he used a huge leaf that provided enough coverage for them not to qualify as full frontal nudes. (They’re featured in her new exhibition “No Clothes” now.) Hermès created the backdrop for their womenswear show and the Metamorphosis campaign using green leaves. From models peeking out from behind tropical fronds in Céline ads to the leaves on their totes, the leaves in AnOther magazine’s photo shoots to the leaves around you, leaves have been having a moment. We need to stop and smell them. In conclusion, we’ve come to the decision that the leaf mainstay is likely to never leave us. (AnOther)
- Forever 21 welcomes an even cheaper outpost in South Gate, California, called F21 Red. The store will sell tank tops priced as low as $1.80, which costs less than your Chapstick. (Business Insider)
- Marie Claire spotlights Jennifer Lawrence for their June issue’s cover. The editorial shoot features Lawrence in a number of outerwear options that will make you sweat just by looking at them because erm, it’s June. (MTV Style)
- The ugly shoe and “sandalcore” trend is still going to be a thing next year, according to Dior‘s Cruise 2015 show in Brooklyn. (Racked)
- Jessica Chastain has taken the plunge and joined Twitter. Follow her, Tweet her, RT her, Favorite her, etc.! (Twitter)
- Kendall Jenner might have been onto something. The nose ring that caused a stir during Coachella is now showing up in fashion spreads, too. Who wore it best? (Oyster)
- Pratt fashion design grad Julia Wollner won a $25,000 award from the Liz Claiborne Art Ortenberg Foundation for her collection inspired by her struggle with the nerve disorder Bell’s palsy. (PSFK)