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Okay, Hawaiian shirts may get a bad rap thanks to the gaudy, oversized ones your dad might wear at family gatherings. While you may have thought you'd never be caught dead borrowing from pop, you haven't seen Reyn Spooner's Opening Ceremony collection. The brand has used their 50 years of experience to create a line of cute summer dresses and skirts, as well as men's short- and long-sleeved shirts (which you might just want to borrow from the boys) that are all made from traditional Hawaiian prints from Reyn Spooner's archives. Kirsten Dunst, Jenny Lewis, and her friends donned some of their favorite pieces while on tour in France to show off the collection's breezy, summer feel, which will certainly inspire you to add some bold florals back into your wardrobe (as if they left in the first place). Ready to go ahead? The pieces range in price from $130-$300 and are available now at Opening Ceremony.
New Yorkers are total pros when it comes to Halloween. Apparently, even back in the '70s, the city's kids knew how to pull together a costume that would photograph well.
Between 1974 and 1978, New York-based photographer Larry Racioppo documented children dressed in their Halloween finest across Bay Ridge, Queens, and read
Coco Rocha has been busy making some serious moves. One thousand, to be exact. Her new book, Study Of Pose, launched this week, and features 1,000 black and white photos of Rocha wearing a leotard in a series of unique positions. It's a stunning study on the human form. And, as funny timing would have it, she's also read