campaigns: protagonist fall/winter 2015 by matthew sprout.

it’s been a while since i talked about ad campaigns on the blog; i think it’s because deep down, not that many have been truly inspiring to me. either it’s the same season after season (hello céline and michael kors) or it’s too wack-a-doodle of a concept. enter this campaign for protagonist, that seems almost plucked from the nineties, a…
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just one look.

do you ever see an image in a magazine or on pinterest, and think ‘this one look wraps up everything about how i want to dress (at least today)?’ well this is that look for me. the minimal silhouettes, the neutral palette, and the mix of expensive and budget pieces make it a winner. in this case, take white culottes…
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editorial focus: three colors story.

so on the heels on monday’s debate about fashion and fashion shows being too commercial comes this editorial from the fall mango catalog entitled “three colors story.” technically there are more than 3 colors here (camel, grey, red, white, light blue), but you get the idea. i’ve been adding looks to my style pinterest board, thinking about my fall shopping…
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throwback: lazy day dressing.

the late nineties were the golden age for fashion magazines, especially harper’s bazaar. the late liz tilberis created issues that were instant collectibles, and creative director fabien baron made typography glamorous again, as it was when alexey brodovitch was at the creative helm. i was going through the vintage magazine threads on the fashion spot (if you’re a magazine lover,…
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editorial focus: encanto natural.

usually when i’m at my favorite magazine store (either juicy news or smoke signals), i gravitate towards the same international editions: those from the uk, france, or australia. but while browsing the fashion spot over the weekend, i came across this editorial from vogue spain that i instantly fell in love with. it felt modern and retro all at the…
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