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Trendspotting: Metallic Jacquard 
Super-luxe fabrics have been in demand the last two seasons in both high (Stella McCartney’s Pre-Fall 2012 collection) and low markets (Zara’s black jacquard pants). We adore these gorgeous gold trousers with the geometric stitching. Paired with a little fun faux fur? Divine. 
(Photo courtesy of The Sartorialist. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Trendspotting: Metallic Jacquard 

Super-luxe fabrics have been in demand the last two seasons in both high (Stella McCartney’s Pre-Fall 2012 collection) and low markets (Zara’s black jacquard pants). We adore these gorgeous gold trousers with the geometric stitching. Paired with a little fun faux fur? Divine. 

(Photo courtesy of The Sartorialist. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Trendspotting: Mad Hatters
You know there’s something in the air when two very different designers — Band of Outsiders and Donna Karan, in this instance — are sending their models down the runway wearing very similar types oversized hats. One part extra-large beanie and two parts off-duty wizard, these accessories add more than a dash of whimsy to any outfit. 
(Photo courtesy of The Sartorialist. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Trendspotting: Mad Hatters

You know there’s something in the air when two very different designers — Band of Outsiders and Donna Karan, in this instance — are sending their models down the runway wearing very similar types oversized hats. One part extra-large beanie and two parts off-duty wizard, these accessories add more than a dash of whimsy to any outfit. 

(Photo courtesy of The Sartorialist. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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What’s Up, Doc?
You’ve seen them once, and you’re seeing them again. Welcome the massive return of the ’90s staple shoe, Doc Martens. With their signature rubber sole and thick stitching, the boots are one of the most recognizable in the history of kicks. Ultimately, the design of new Docs hasn’t changed much, with the company opting to stay true to their wheelhouse while adding some contemporary selections to the board. If you’ve held onto your pair from high school, pull them back out. And if they’re not your style anymore, keep in mind there’s a market on eBay just chomping at the bit to buy them. 
(Photo courtesy of The Sartorialist. Text by Jenny Bahn)

What’s Up, Doc?

You’ve seen them once, and you’re seeing them again. Welcome the massive return of the ’90s staple shoe, Doc Martens. With their signature rubber sole and thick stitching, the boots are one of the most recognizable in the history of kicks. Ultimately, the design of new Docs hasn’t changed much, with the company opting to stay true to their wheelhouse while adding some contemporary selections to the board. If you’ve held onto your pair from high school, pull them back out. And if they’re not your style anymore, keep in mind there’s a market on eBay just chomping at the bit to buy them. 

(Photo courtesy of The Sartorialist. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Damien Doodles

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)