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“London is filled with good restaurants and I love Japanese cuisine.” http://www.thecoveteur.com/lise-grendene/

Lise Grendene

Black Leather Mid-Ca Black Leather Mid-Calf Combat Boots

@FuckJerry (A.K.A Elliot Tebele)

@FuckJerry (A.K.A Elliot Tebele)

Jerry O'connell, Closets, Facts, Fitted Wardrobes, Wardrobes, Closet, Truths

"The oxfords are something I picked up in a Rag Tag in Tokyo—it’s such an awesome designer consignment store. I seem to gravitate towards one-off samples in shoes. Sample sales are my favorite haunt for shoes that never made it to the shop floor. My feet can be anything from a U.K. 4 to 7, depending on the sample."

Susie Lau

Once we got inside to the overflowing racks-on-racks of Mary Katrantzou and Dries Van Noten, with shelves bursting with Nicholas Kirkwood collab shoes, that we knew we were in for one hell of a treat.

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Lyndley's worked alongside some of the most influential names in the business, from Phoebe Philo, Katie Grand, Marc Jacobs, Giles Deacon to Drew Barrymore.

"For everyday makeup get the base right and assess your skin's needs. Maybe it needs a mattifying foundation, a light BB cream, or just a little concealer. Whichever you choose make sure you get the right color for your skin tone.  Curl your eyelashes—it makes such a huge difference. Practice with a good curler like Shu Uemura.  ...

Inside Lisa Eldridge’s Beauty Cabinet

"For everyday makeup get the base right and assess your skin's needs. Maybe it needs a mattifying foundation, a light BB cream, or just a little concealer. Whichever you choose make sure you get the right color for your skin tone. Curl your eyelashes—it makes such a huge difference. Practice with a good curler like Shu Uemura. ...

We got to raid Poppy's closet with Bloomingdale's. http://www.thecoveteur.com/bloomingdales-poppy-delevingne/

Poppy Delevingne

"My ultimate fashion icon is Jane Birkin for just being effortlessly chic.

from susie bubble's shoe closet

Helllllo dreeeeamy shoe closets of Rumi, Aimee, Leandra and Susie Bubbles! Any guesses on whose closet is whose? Answers after the jump! Leandra Susie Rumi Aimee Song Photos: The Coveteur

Kaelen Haworth

On top of her own designs, she was stocked in the way of jackets by Balenciaga, Givenchy and Jacquemus, heels by Miu Miu, Fendi and Stella McCartney and dresses by Chloé and Alexander McQueen.

Shirt, Equipment; Sunglasses, Illesteva; Skirt, The Kooples

Julia Restoin Roitfeld

When you have Carine Roitfeld as a mother, that only-the-French seductive style kind of comes with the territory.

This will be me #baddiewinkle

We travelled to Tennessee (don’t worry, it won’t be the last), because anyone who wear pink velour mini dresses and plastic chokers while nearing 90 deserves to be given the TC treatment.

“I gather inspiration from my city, my travels and other fashion. I love to look at outfits and think ‘what is missing from this to make it a great outfit?’ Or when I am traveling, I like to see if something that makes sense in California will translate somewhere else.”

Nikki Erwin

“I gather inspiration from my city, my travels and other fashion. I love to look at outfits and think ‘what is missing from this to make it a great outfit?’ Or when I am traveling, I like to see if something that makes sense in California will translate somewhere else.”

How to Get a Head Start on Next Spring Before You Accidentally Buy Another White Basic - Man Repeller

How to Get a Head Start on Next Spring Before You Accidentally Buy Another White Basic

The most memorable images from Kevin Tachman’s candid backstage perspective on the Milan Spring 2016 collections.

“Every morning, I just grab whatever is in my line of sight to wear, take a shower, have green tea and jump in the car probably because I’m running late as usual.”

Tess Yopp

“Every morning, I just grab whatever is in my line of sight to wear, take a shower, have green tea and jump in the car probably because I’m running late as usual.

These Tings Take Time

That would be Sara Ruffin Costello—former editor at Vogue, Creative Director at Domino, interior decorator.