David Lerner is made in New York City, everything from the man to the clothing. And the designer is as stunning as the clothing itself. His philosophy is to make women feel confident and sexy whether she’s at work or working out, pregnant or on the prowl. He’s got the New York color palette and boho vibes, and fuses a 1920s inspiration to his work, as that is the time when women became so empowered in the modern world. We picked his brain about design and his company.
On a mild, overcast day in the sunny hills of Los Angeles, One Grey Day was born. Bradley Davidowitz’s gray scale philosophy behind his own wardrobe has become the concept for his young brand. Lookbooks chatted with Bradley about what it feels like to see his dress by surprise on the red carpet, and what it takes to create a day so grey.
Mena Suvari and AnnaLynne McCord both recently wore this olive green, draped dress from Alice + Olivia by Stacey Bendet. Who do you think pulled it off best?
I’m going to go with Mena. I like her accessories better & it goes better with her hair color and skin tone. The color makes AnnaLynne look extremely old and I hate that shawl.
AnnaLynne is the star of the Feb issue of GQ Mag, but honestly, I’m sick of seeing her. Yes, she’s hot, and sexy, blah blah, but she only has one look…
Not that wearing Christian Audgier doesn’t already classify you as a Fashion F*ck Up, but when you are dressing like a pirate hooker for Christian Audgier, you deserve to be sterile. AnnaLynne McCord of 90210 fame displayed her true lack of fashion knowledge by getting all dolled up in an ugly space pirate for Christian Audgier The Nightclub at Treasure Island in Las Vegas. Now I understand this is a one time this, but this is one time too many. So please Christian Audigier, stop ruining fashion and the people who are oh so close to it.
Thanks Just Jared for this train wreck.