Diane von Furstenberg and Manolo Blahnik's Designer Masks, Peter Som's New Anthropologie Collection, and More!


Diane von Furstenberg and Manolo Blahnik created bespoke masks for a Sotheby's auction benefiting The Elephant Family — an initiative that aims to protect Asian elephants and their habitat. [Vogue UK]

Peter Som is the latest designer to lend his talents to Anthropologie's Made in Kind initiative. His print-filled collection, which hits stores May 17th, is inspired by “social eccentrics, women of style that had a little something quirky or a little strange about them.” (Think: Edie Beale and Diana Vreeland) [Fashionista]


Men and women both have, on average, 88 articles of clothing each, according to a new study by Ikea. Of these wardrobes, 25% is typically unworn. [Ikea]

Kerry Washington on her personal style: "I don’t have one particular design house that I’m committed to or loyal to. I think because I came to this later in life, I really came to fashion through my career. I wasn’t one of these girls in high school that thought about it at all. I went to an all-girls school where you wear your pajamas during finals week." [Refinery29]

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Low-rise jeans are still a thing. The proof? True Religion just sold for $826 million. [Business of Fashion]

Girls star Jemima Kirke models looks from her mother Lorraine Kirke's store Geminola. [Daily Mail]

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