I love Inhabit sweaters because they are classic and timeless. Subtle details like exposed seams, stretch and elongated sleeves make them special. Inhabit's sample sale begins today. Check it out here.
Designer Matthew Williamson will collaborate with H&M on a women's collection for April 23
delivery, followed by another range for women and men in mid-May. WWD reports the first shipment will hit about 200 stores, followed by a second delivery slated for all its 1700 stores. So maybe you/we can get our hands on some without camping out on city streets or going to eBay. Very nice. The news comes only weeks after shoppers picked
racks clean of the Swedish firm’s latest Comme des Garcons capsule collection. British Vogue.
As a mother of two little girls I am always on the lookout for little treats that motivate good behavior. Glitter is good. As in.... I'll coat your hair with glitter sweeties if you promise to be on your best behavior at the museum, restaurant, etc. It works, always, like a charm. Frederic Fekkai Spray On Hair Crystals delivers the goods - and I wear it too. It coats your hair with tiny little reflective crystals that are festive, not trashy, and perfect for holiday parties. In three shades: champagne (perfect for blonds), copper and bronze. At Sephora.
At the suggestion of my friend Diane, I took the family down to Scott Nichols Gallery in San Francisco to check out an exhibition of historic photographs by photojournalist Horace Bristol, the late father of Diane's friends Henri and Akiko. Bristol's life work makes for a remarkable story. His photographs cover a broad sweep of 20th Century and were published extensively by LIFE in the 1930's. His portraits of migrant farm workers in California's Central Valley, in collaboration with John Steinbeck, later inspired the novel the Grapes of Wrath. Following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Bristol went on to document key naval battles, including invasions in North Africa, Okinawa and Iwo Jima. In 1956, devasted by the suicide of his wife, Bristol abandoned photography, destroyed many of his negatives, and stored what remained into lockers before moving back to his native California. Thirty years later, Henri came home from high school with an assignment to read the Grapes of Wrath. Horace reopened the footlockers and the rest is history. Shown here - one of Bristol's most celebrated images that depicts a naked gunner manning his post after heorically rescuing a shot-down pilot. Until January 3rd, 2009 at Scott Nichols Gallery San Francisco.