Street Style: Art Basel
Hannah Motley works at Venus in Manhattan Gallery. With a dress by Reformation and shoes by French Sole, we now understand why she describes her style as “comfortable”.
(Photo: Melodie Jeng for TIS. Text: Jauretsi)
Wednesday afternoon, eBay & Tumblr gathered some creative friends and VIP’s to celebrate the premiere of Occupant, a performance by choreographer Jonah Bokaer in collaboration with the works of artist Daniel Arsham. Together both men create what Miami Herald calls “a startling fusion of physical and conceptual, human and object, movement and image.” See for yourself the upcoming shows this weekend during Art Basel.
(Photo- Left to Right: Tumblr’s Valentine Uhovski, Jonah Bokaer, Daniel Arhsam by Billy Farrell. Text: Jauretsi)
Check out these brilliant fish bone earrings by Zara. We found them in a collection entitled “Jaw Dropping Jewels” created by eBay curator, StyleGuruSophia. Take a peek at the rest of her collection including necklaces, bracelets and clutches.
(GIF: Jason Goodman. Text: Jauretsi)
Unless you’re in Miami for Art Basel, it likely isn’t bathing suit weather. And it goes without saying it’s not convertible weather, either. However, we recommend you invest in a convertible muscle car to keep in your garage until winter thaws. Because though it maybe be seasonal, a ride such as this one is always timeless. Click here to see how to add “vintage convertible” to your eBay alerts to be notified when such a beauty arrives on the marketplace.
(Photo courtesy of Wojciech Sobieski. Text by Jenny Bahn)
Today marks the six month anniversary of the passing of friend, muse, and stylist, Annabel Tollman. Annabel traveled far and wide espousing her philosophy that sexy women come in all sizes. Her old Hollywood aesthetic shaped glamourous looks for clients like Scarlett Johansson, Liv Tyler, and Shakira. We’ll miss her clever remarks as eBay’s spokeswoman, and so we leave you with one of her personal mottos: “Make a fairy tale and go and live in it.” Amen!
Here’s some of Annabel’s ethereal energy and incredible sense of style.
(1. The New Museum by Neil Rasmus/BFAnyc.com 2. Calvin Klein Inc by Billy Farrell/BFAnyc.com 3. Crosby Street Hotel by Neil Rasmus/BFAnyc.com 4. Cipriani Wall Street by Joe Schildhorn/BFAnyc.com 5. The Standard Hotel NYC by Joe Schildhorn/BFAnyc.com 6. Waverly Inn by Benjamin Lozovsky/BFAnyc.com 7. Waverly Inn by Benjamin Lozovsky/BFAnyc.com. Text: Jauretsi)
Yes, we can still call it Yves Saint Laurent since this coat was produced before Hedi Slimane took over the house and rebranded. Brought to our attention by eBay curator mimas-occ in their “Babe in the Wood" collection, this winter-worthy fur is in excellent condition (and currently listed for an excellent price). Click here to see it.
(Photo courtesy of eBay seller brand_jfa. Text by Jenny Bahn)