(’04 W Magazine via FGR)
(Shot by Ellen Von Unwerth for Vogue Dec. 1990 vis TFS) Not quite sure why they didn’t just shoot Cher for this editorial (no offense Linda), but it’s pretty rad nonetheless. xx
(Harper’s Bazaar Sept. ’97 via Supermodelsofthe70s-80s.org)
(Vogue UK Jan. ’90 via TFS)
(Shot by Juergen Teller for self service #33 via Fashionising) Apologies for the Kate overload, but we just couldn’t help ourselves once we came across this shoot. Doesn’t it look like it was pulled from her Calvin Klein days? Amaze. xo
With 4 days to go before Halloween, if you don’t have a costume together at this point, you’re probably starting to panic. Luckily, you can always channel that nervous energy to be a slasher flick victim for Halloween! Just toss on 80s babysitter attire or a hospital gown, make some fake gashes on your arm,…
Toss on your shearling aviator jacket with a crewneck sweater or button-down and high-waist trousers, tie a silk scarf around your neck and BAM! You’re Amelia Earhart. If you want to go the extra mile, track down a vintage aviator cap and goggles.
Feeling witchy? Round up your BFFs along with plaid skirts, combat boots, heavy eyeliner and spiked collars and go as our favorite gothic schoolgirls from The Craft. We highly recommend watching the movie first to get into character…and well, because it’s still pretty awesome.
Whether you opt for a skin-tight “dress” that your dad wouldn’t approve of or 90s-inspired schoolgirl plaid, you’re sure to make all your friends a little envious they didn’t think of it sooner (ourselves included). Bonus points for bubblegum, shopping bags and/or a feather pen. Okay, especially for a feather pen. xx
Channeling Stevie’s signature gypsy-cool style is a breeze for Halloween with a flowy, layered dress, chunky platform boots and, of course, a tambourine. P.S. More amazing vintage-inspired Halloween costume ideas to come! xx
(Vogue Italia Sept. ’04 via Fashion Gone Rogue)