Show us your RM! We’re scouring Instagram for our favorite fan photos.
This week’s pick comes from @whiskeyandproper, who perfectly channeled our Friday mindset (woohoo!) while wearing the Love Crossbody in black. She went full monochrome, pairing the bag with a black dress, leather moto jacket and booties.
This week’s Monday Muse is the lovely face of #RMSPRING, model Mae Lapres.
We talked to the Paris-based beauty about style, body image, her pet parrot and Fall Out Boy (in that order).
Check out what she shared with us below!
How would you describe your personal style?
I’m really open-minded, as long as the clothes are not vulgar. I would say classy, but edgy. I love traditional clothing (kimonos, ethnic accessories), but it has to be comfortable. I never know where I’m going to be, so it has to be something I’m not ashamed to be wearing anywhere. Also, I always need to be prepared for traveling (I once found myself washing my underwear at a hotel because I had to travel at a moment’s notice and didn’t have any
We recently wrapped our first Ben Minkoff editorial shoot, and we couldn’t be more excited about the expanding direction of our men’s label.
The Fall 2015 collection (featuring our debut BM shoe line) was inspired by legendary actor and racecar enthusiast Steve McQueen and is set to launch in late summer.
Ahead, we talk to the stylist behind the editorial, NYC-based Benjamin Sturgill, about fashion, art and the one trend he can’t stand.
How did you get into styling?
I moved to New York after art school in the mid ‘90s to be an artist. I quickly fell into the art scene and through that world met fashion people. I started living and working with the conceptual art/fashion group Bernadette Corporation. I was a bit more
To complement the palette of our Fall 2015 collection, Michelle Saunders of Essie created a chevron French tip using a rich berry color and deep navy shade.
Rebecca, who was just named Essie’s first Global Color Designer, deciding on the shades by having models carry bags from the collection and seeing how the colors stood out against the accessories.
Follow the simple steps below to get the look for yourself!
The Essie colors:
-Good to Go Top Coat
-Apply one coat of Mademoiselle
-Using Berry Naughty, direct the brush in an upward V-shape on the upper middle part of the nail
-Create the same upward V-shape on the top of the nail using Midnight Cami
-Finish off with the