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Filtering by Tag: Vogue

Day to Night

Lindsey Calla

Top/Skirt: Zara, Pants: Zara, Shoes: Christian Louboutin, Bag: Rebecca Minkoff
The day was a bit rainy and cloudy until the evening so I wasn't able to snap a quick picture until sundown. The sequin top is actually a skirt that I wore as a top! I realized that everything that I paired with these pants looked very casual so I had to improvise. Sequins add an unexpected twist to classic khakis and can easily take them from day to night.
I also just found out that I will be heading to Melbourne earlier than expected to cover the Governor's Ball with all of the emerging designers up for the Woolmark award, Vogue Australia, and some stellar Aussie PR vixens. Can't wait to show you coverage!



Lindsey Calla


I've been having so much fun getting behind the camera and learning the ins and outs of photography. I've always appreciated great photography, but I never thought I'd want to take pictures myself until I started blogging. That is what's so great about running your own website and I think sometimes people fail to understand that bloggers are very well-rounded. Most of us write, photograph, edit, crop, copy html, and publish everything ourselves.
Anyway, I took this picture of my favorite L (for Lindsey) tea cup and then put a fresco treatment on it. I would love to do more photography and Vogue just recommended an amazing camera in their March blogger story. It's like $2500 and I can't imagine what a camera that expensive can do.... Magic? Saving pennies starting now.

Christian Cota Fall '10

Lindsey Calla

"Looking at my work in a new way, through the prism of structure, brought me back to basics. You could say that this collection is classic Christian Cota, deconstructed."

The theme for Christian Cota's Fall '10 line was Look Again, but honestly, he didn't have to remind anyone to keep looking at his work. You could see from the turnout that everyone is eyeing what he is doing next and maybe most importantly, he seems to have won Vogue's blessing. Ex Vogue-ette Lauren Santo Domingo styled the show and I literally almost bumped into Anna Wintour coming in as I was exiting.

What I love about Christian Cota is that his clothes are like wearable modern art. I feel like I want to take his pieces and hang them on my wall. That is not surprising considering the designer started out studying painting and Fine Art prior to launching his line.
His collection is how a forward thinking modern woman really wants to dress without looking overly futuristic. This Fall, he took inspiration from the Cubist way of thinking and re-thought his own work by changing fluid draping to hard geometric juts.

Can't wait to see what he does next and watch his career grow!