Wednesday, July 16, 2014


TCW MAGAZINE, Trend Report
Photographer: Kristyna Archer
Stylist: Jessica Moazami
Hair & make-up: Andrea C. Samuels
Model: Jasmine at Factor Women

Big THANK YOU to Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdale’s, Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Goorin Bros for lending me all these beautiful clothes.

Monday, July 14, 2014


With it being the Beckham’s 15th wedding anniversary this past July 4th Fashion Junkie takes a look of some their stylish (and not so stylish) outfits over the years.

The Engagement
The Wedding
It’s the wedding dress that started the strapless crazy for the next 15 years.
The Reception
The Early Years
The Tacky Years
And Finally The Stylish Years

Thursday, July 10, 2014


MOSCHINO CHEAP AND CHIC sale starts today at The Outnet. Love this dress with its monochrome zebra print paired with a colorful beaded trim, perfect for the summer! Originally $665 now down to $239.40, it's definitely a STEAL!

Monday, July 07, 2014


Photographer: Kristyna Archer
Stylist: Jessica Moazami
Hair & make-up: Andrea Samuel at Factor Artists
Model: Jasmine Shogren at Factor Women

A big THANK YOU to Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdale’s, Saks Fifth Ave, ikram, Nordstrom and Goorin Bros for lending me some fabulous items for the shoot.

Monday, June 30, 2014


FESTIVAL FASHION GIVEAWAY with Oasis and Pitchfork.
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Festival Fashion giveaway with Oasis, Pitchfork and Fashion Junkie
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Photos by Craig Arend

Monday, June 23, 2014


Last Thursday I was invited to the Ritz-Carlton Residences for an exclusive press preview of Donna Karan New York Pre-Fall 2014 Collection.
Known for her modern urban sportswear, this collection was titled “The Seduction of a Shirt”. Karan went back to the basics starting with the classic white shirt. Despite it being Pre-Fall, all the clothes were refreshingly seasonless with a ‘buy now wear now’ attitude. With minimal prints and color palette (chalk, teal, black and putty) the interest came from pairing and layering different textures of fabrics to create incredibly chic yet deceptively simple collection.
Donna Karan New York Pre-Fall 2014 preview at the Ritz-Carlton Residences
Donna Karan’s pre-fall collection is now available at Saks Fifth Ave.

Wednesday, June 18, 2014


It’s a fashion movement were its participants aim isn’t to stand out from a crowd but to actually blend in. It’s like enough already with the peacocks desperate for attention! It’s turned fashion week into a circus with all street style photographers snapping at anything that shines like a magpie. Aren’t we so over everyone trying to out do each other with the most over the top outfits.

But I digress back to this new trend known as “Normcore”. The term was coined in a trend forecasting report by the NY agency, K Hole -where it states “Normcore moves away from a coolness that relies on difference to a post-authenticity coolness that opts in to sameness.” It goes on to say “The most different thing to do is to reject being different all together.”

I love the philosophy behind the movement however don’t necessarily love ALL the looks. Having Jerry Seinfeld, with his ill-fitting jeans and uncool sneakers, as a style icon, for me, is pushing it. Some of the mall clothes and suburban looks are just too 'hardcore' for me.
Jerry Seinfeld is a Style Icon
I’m personally drawn to the retro sportswear aspect of the trend with Adidas Stan Smiths, Nike Air Max sneakers. Also love the no logo sweatshirts and boyfriend jeans, it’s all about the comfy cas vibe and not looking like you’re trying too hard. The 90’s, which is now starting to look retro, is a big influence and I even think there’s a hint of the 80s British subculture, casuals, with this look.

Everyone’s been talking about it including the NY Times, Vogue, Elle, Lucky, GQ and it’s even made it’s way across the pond with London’s Evening Standard and UK Guardian. However despite all the press I don’t think this trend will last long with the fashion crowd, as most of us want to look stylish or chic not 'normal' so enjoy it while it lasts!

My fav Normcore looks, which some might argue isn't hardcore enough to be true Normcore!
Fav Normcore fashion styles
Love the Normcore sneaker look
A key Normcore is the showerslides