If you’ve been following us the last few months, you’re familiar with our “Closet Close-Ups” series, highlighting
some of your favorite stylistas and their covetable closets. Each closet has been a mecca of lust-worthy style filled with fabulous cotton finds as unique as the ladies who wear them.
Our final closet tour features none other than television personality and designer ofWhitney Eve, Whitney Port. Whitney is no stranger to the best dressed list, and so it’s no surprise her closet is a walk-in wonderland that’s as captivating as her style.
Not only does today’s closet tour showcase one “uh-mazing” closet, but also, as an added bonus Whitney gives you a brief tutorial on how to get her signature sweetheart style. She just might have won Best Dressed in our 60 second Cotton Challenge, but we’ll let you guys be the judge.
It’s not every day that we get invited to tour the closet of one of New York’s favorite designers. Erin Fetherston’s archive closet featured everything from vintage Chanel to some of her favorite pieces from her eponymous label. See the samples that Erin gets to keep all for herself, and more!
Who else deserves a designer spotlight but this moment’s “it girl” Trish Summerville? Throughout her career, this talented costume designer has put her creative stamp on everything from music videos to feature films, so when it was announced that she would be creating all of the looks for the highly anticipated film The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, we couldn’t have been more delighted.
What makes this announcement even more exciting is the H&M women’s collection Summerville designed, inspired by Lisbeth Salander, the film’s anti-heroine. Those who follow Stieg Larsson’s The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo trilogy know that Salander’s look is all about individuality, strength, and survival.
“Salander’s look is very real and very lived in, with pieces that her character has worn for a long time, like her jackets that act as her armour to shield her from the world,” says Trish Summerville, Costume Designer for The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. “I wanted the collection to have the essence and strength of Salander, with a fashion edge, and I’m pleased with the result! My goal is for women to find pieces in it that they love and then mix them with their own wardrobe to create their own personal style.”
This dark and edgy 30-piece collection comes complete with battered jeans, zip-up hoodies, moto boots and leather jackets. The line will make its debut at Colette in Paris on November 28th and will be sold in over 180 H&M stores worldwide beginning December 14th.
Style blogger Leandra Medine, better known to the world as “The Man Repeller,” has an admiration for fashion-forward styles that may actually deter the opposite sex. The stylista has built a following among fellow fashionistas, who adore “Man Repelling” trends like harem pants, boyfriend jeans, overalls, and shoulder pads.
While Leandra’s style may not always be a big hit with the boys, one thing is for sure: her closet is full of high fashion finds that are definitely a hit amongst the ladies. But don’t take our word for it; take a peek inside our grand tour of Leandra, “The Man Repeller’s” closet.
For the next few weeks we’re inviting you into the closets of some of our favorite trendsetters. A few weeks ago we launched our “Closet Close-Ups” series with one half of Vena Cava’s talented duo, Sophie Buhai.
This week we’re stepping into the closet of one of the most talented buyers in the fashion industry, Opening Ceremony’s Kate Foley. Kate is known for her love of natural, light-weight fabrics, so it came as no surprise that some of her favorite wardrobe staples are made of none other than one of her favorite fabrics, cotton!
Click on the video above to see what covetable cotton items we found in Kate’s wardrobe.
First we invited you to explore Kate Bosworth’s “Cotton Closet” and see what all you fashionistas had to say about her unique style. Now we’re teaming up with Refinery29.com to bring you the “Closet Close-Ups” video series, where you’ll get to peek into some of the most coveted closets in fashion.
We’re launching our series with the talented Sophie Buhai, co-designer of feminine, chic line Vena Cava. Sophie’s closet is everything we envisioned it to be: an eclectic, tasteful collection of vintage pieces, of-the-moment designers, graphic prints, and girlish dresses. But don’t take my word for it. Click on the video above and check it out for yourself.
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Each year the Cotton. From Blue to Green.® program puts out a call-to-action to colleges, consumers and retailers to donate denim and give “new life” to their jeans by converting them into UltraTouch™ Denim Insulation. The insulation is then provided to communities in need to assist with building efforts.
Thanks to the generous contributions submitted to the Cotton. From Blue to Green.® program, our Cotton Team is in the still-distressed Ninth Ward of New Orleans insulating homes along side Habitat for Humanity volunteers.
Visit Cottonfrombluetogreen.org to learn more about the recycling program and to find out how you can contribute to communities in need, one pair of jeans at a time.
Did you know that the average bride spends more than 8 hours wearing her wedding dress on her wedding day? In this video, Michelle decides to “test-drive” a brand new bridal gown from Chris Kole’s The Cotton Bride collection to see just how comfortable she is as she goes about her daily routine.
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