Goodbye Milan Fashion Week. You were good to us. Giovanna Battaglia struts her stuff for the final bloggers. Hello Paris!
NYC-based jewelry designer Eddie Borgo has long been the go-to for ladies with a high fashion meets rock’n’roll sensibility. When it comes to picking campaign muses, Borgo always hits the right note, enlisting the help of women like Alison Mosshart of The Kills and Giovanna Battaglia (seen here). Click here to check out the selection of Eddie Borgo jewelry currently available on eBay.
(Photo courtesy of Paul Maffi. Text by Jenny Bahn)
From editor Giovanna Battaglia to model Xiao Wen Ju, everyone this winter was sporting oversized fur coats (both faux and the real deal). With a month left of chilly weather, now’s the time to check out the selection of similar coats on eBay, like this long-haired faux coat or this slim faux fur vest.
(Photo: Courtesy of nymag. Text by Jenny Bahn)
Iridescent mirrored shades started popping up a year ago on the runways but they really came into the spotlight when they were recently embraced by editors like Giovanna Battaglia and, subsequently, snapped by all the street style photographers. Polyvore is a great source for seeing what’s on the market right now (check out the options here). Sneaky shoppers that we are, we suggest scoping out your faves and then checking to see if they’re available on eBay. When it comes to an eBay search item like sunglasses, it’s best to be extremely specific in your query, otherwise you’ll end up with thousands of options that might not be right for you. Get the designer, the style name, and know the cost ahead of time. It’s a sure-fire way of getting exactly what you want… hopefully for a bargain.
(Photo: Courtesy of closetfullofclothesandnothingtowear. Text by Jenny Bahn)
By Jenny Bahn
No one captures the playful vibrancy of the fashion industry quite like illustrator Damien Florebert Cuypers. Using soft, chunky lines and impressionistic tendencies, Damien is able to convey the likenesses of fashion mainstays such as Alexa Chung, Giovanna Battaglia, and Scott Schuman of The Sartorialist without coming off as predictable or obvious. His unique talents have been commissioned by everyone from T Magazine to the online website of all things gorgeous, Nowness.com. He’s also illustrated a beautiful French children’s book by author Arthur Rimbaud, Le Bateau Ivre.
(Images courtesy of Damien Florebert Cuypers)