As we've discussed many times before, breaking into fashion can be quite the difficult task to accomplish. It's a close-knit world, and it can be a tough community to penetrate when you're young or are embarking on a new career journey.
It goes without saying that the internet is a hotbed for entrepreneurs and their start-ups. Over the years, technology has made businesses much more manageable, enabling faster growth and the ability to easily reach customers halfway across the world, all at a lesser cost.
Stephanie Mark of The Coveteur. The Coveteur is widely-recognized as the go-to source for behind-the-scenes, unparalleled access to the world’s most influential celebrities, tastemakers, events and prestigious brands.
We're more than familiar with the merits of a Saturday spent shoe shopping, but there's something about one spent with Sarah Jessica Parker, Gayle King and O Magazine's Adam Glassman that really takes the whole thing to the next level.
The styles are the perfect sartorial mashup of ladylike silhouettes and bold, shiny colors. They're exactly the kind of sexy, sophisticated heels (and flats!) that could make a girl swoon. Hard. Feast your eyes on the pages ahead.
If you've ever watched Girls, you've probably found yourself excitedly pointing at the television, screaming, "HEY, I HAVE THAT TOP! I THINK." And then you undoubtedly rewind, pause, and run to your closet to confirm. "OMG. I DO have that top." *turns to friend, significant other and/or entirety of viewing party* "Told you so.
To announce today’s relaunch of everyone’s preferred place to ogle fashion people’s clothes and domiciles, The Coveteur enlisted a handful of child actors to play the likes of Karl Lagerfeld Kimye, Grace Coddington, and Anna Dello Russo.
Little Lagerfeld and mini Man Repeller? Oh yes. As a celebration of The Coveteur ‘s new 2.0 version rollout today, the website created a short film featuring some of fashion’s biggest personalities (and some of the site’s past subjects), including Anna Dello Russo, Lagerfeld, Susie Bubble, Bryan Boy, and Style.com’s Tommy Ton.