Please upgrade your browser for the best Refinery29 experience. Read more.
Olivier Theyskens' spring '13 collection truly showcased the talent and beauty we have come to expect from the designer and his parent brand, Theory. Producing wearable pieces, Theyskens debuted a mostly monochrome collection, including beautifully tailored suiting in silky fabrics, which will undoubtedly have mass appeal. We were in awe of the sheer, skirt-and-blouse ensemble that looked beyond amazing coming down the runway; though, it would be hard to pull off on the streets (unless you're ready to receive a police citation for indecency).
Other than the cuts themselves, bold shoulders and sparkle-infused knits stole the show and added a bit of glamour to the masculine shapes — a Theyskens trademark we love.
Photographed by Gunnar Larson
Mirrors. They're like frenemies: impossible to avoid in life and sometimes just so spiteful. They can twist and stretch you in all the wrong spots. How do you really know if a mirror is a good one? This was actually a question one of our editors raised during a meeting. So, we asked interior designer and read
While Leonard Nimoy is best known for playing the original Spock on Star Trek and later establishing The
Nimoy Foundation, the recently deceased 83-year-old was also a gifted photographer.
has been exhibited around the world, and in 1997, he released a provocative
photography book called The Full Body read