I go back and forth with Chloe Sevigny. There are days when I think she's beyond fantastic, and days when I find her fashion choices way too out there for me. Her Proenza Schouler look at Derek Blasberg's "Classy" book party was somewhere in between. While I love the cuts, lengths and fit etc, the prints are not my cup of tea. I get it, I totally do, it's just not my thing. I've come to the sad realization that i'm just so boring these days, and I can't seem to step away from neutrals. Oops.
In any case I do think Chloe looks great, and yes I do have the ability to appreciate a certain style even if it's not mine. I'm still loving her cropped hair and well socks and open toed heels are always a hit in my book.
Not even the threat of a blizzard could keep the gliteratti from heading to many a party last night. after all, the headliners were the likes of Chanel, Hermes, Interview Magazine, Full Frontal Fashion etc etc... Let the NYFW madness begin...
Is there a better way to get back into your good graces than giving you the inside scoop on who wore what at the MOCA 30th Anniversary event this weekend? Seems that anyone who's anyone, including the holy couple themselves - Brangie, was present to celebrate the Museum of Contemporary Art's big 3-0 (look at that we are almost the same age!). And what better reason to put on your pre-holiday party dress?