Costume designer Jenn Rogien
*Visit www.jennrogien.com to see samples of Jenn’s designs on “Girls,” “The Good Wife,” “Bored to Death,” and more. Also, check out this great slideshow from Time Style of Jenn’s Top 9 fashion moments from Season 2 of “Girls” (plastic dress included). Huffington Post helps you determine which “Girl” you are with a handy quiz, and College Fashion teaches you how to dress like your spirit girl. For slightly more sophisticated/authoritative reads on “Girls” fashion, try this insightful New York Times article, or this interview with Jenn from The Daily Beast, in which she talks specific shops for each of the characters. Naturally, Jenn’s talents extend beyond costume design – check out the recent collaboration she did with American Eagle for their line of intimates, called Aerie!
Headlines & tidbits from the past week…
*Diddy’s on Downto(w)n?
*Everlane has added some beautiful, muted new colors to their line of perfect t’s. (Seriously, perfect. I own four & am considering more…)
*Going to a summer wedding? Refinery29 gives you style tips!
*An interesting meditation at Gen Y’s future migration to the suburbs, courtesy of Apartment Therapy.
*T. Bone talks “Nashville” with Rolling Stone Mag.
*While I am, obviously, thrilled to be celebrating our one year anniversary upstate this weekend, I am missing out on some AMAZING SALES happening in the city this weekend! If you are lucky enough to be in town, go to Kaight Boutique on Saturday for 15% off new arrivals, or to the Feral Childe Studio Sale on Sunday. (If, like me, you can’t make it to these awesome events this weekend, you can still catch the fiercely fashionable ladies of Feral Childe hosting a trunk sale at Brooklyn’s Sword-Smith on Friday 5/31!)
*Are you tired of the punk-influenced evening wear vibe yet? No? Click here.
*No lie, I ran into this fashion icon at a movie last weekend in the ‘burg. She’s such a classy lassie.
Happy Anniversary, my love.
(Photo by Courtney Hergesheimer of Peach House Productions)
(Photo by Spencer Crooks)
Aug 3 – Jazzhus Dexter – Odense, Denmark
Aug 9 – Copenhagen Jazzhouse – Copenhagen, Denmark
(Photo by Brian Balamonte)
June 1 – Three Links – Dallas, TX
June 2 – The Parish – Austin, TX
June 4 – The Crescent Ballroom – Phoenix, AZ
June 5 – The Casbah – San Diego, CA
June 6 & 7 – The Echo – Los Angeles, CA
June 8 – Bottom of the Hill – San Francisco, CA
June 11 – Doug Fir Lounge – Portland, OR
June 12 – The Tractor Tavern – Seattle, WA
June 13 – Biltmore Cabaret – Vancouver, British Columbia
June 14 – Badlander – Missoula, MT
June 15 – Neurolux – Boise, ID
June 16 – Urban Lounge – Salt Lake City, UT
June 17 – Hi-Dive – Denver, CO
June 18 – The Record Bar – Kansas City, MO
June 20 – Fitzgerald’s – Houston, TX
June 21 – The Maison – New Orleans, LA
June 22 – Alabama Music Box – Mobile, AL
June 23 – New World Brewery – Tampa, FL
June 25 – Bardot – Miami, FL
June 26 – The Social – Orlando, FL
June 27 – Underbelly – Jacksonville, FL
June 28 – Vinyl Music Hall – Pensacola, FL
July 11 – Pier 84 – New York, NY
(Photo by Lindsey Byrnes)
June 7 – 9 – Rock im Park @ Zeppelinfeld – Nuremberg, Germany
June 13 – 16 – Isle of Wight Festival @ Seaclose Park – Newport, United Kingdom
June 26 – SummerFest @ US Cell Stage – Milwaukee, WI
June 27 – Marcus Amphitheater – Milwaukee, WI
June 28 & 29 – Kanrocksas @ Kansas Speedway – Kansas City, KS
July 4 – RBC Royal Bank Bluesfest @ LeBreton Flats – Ottawa, Ontario
July 6 – Downsview Park – Toronto, Ontario
July 9 – Jacobs Pavilion – Cleveland, OH
July 10 – Petrillo Music Shell @ Grant Park – Chicago, IL
July 12 – Bunbury Festival – Cincinnati, OH
July 13 – Constellation Brands Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center – Canandaigua, NY
July 14 – Lifestyle Communities Pavilion – Columbus, OH
July 16 – Meadow Brook Music Festival – Rochester Hills, MI
July 18 – Stage AE – Pittsburgh, PA
July 19 – Mann Music Center – Philadelphia, PA
July 20 – Merriweather Post Pavilion – Columbia, MD
July 22 & 23 – Hudson River Park @ Pier 26 – New York, NY
July 26 – 28 – Ansan Valley Rock Festival – Ansan, Republic of Korea
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