Topic: Suits

Sink Or Swim: Victoria’s Secret Angel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley In A Plunging Pantsuit

Sink Or Swim: Victoria's Secret Angel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley In A Plunging Pantsuit

Every now and again, someone tries to do the suit-with-nothing-underneath look, but seldom does that person have the measurements of a Victoria’s Secret model: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley visited Macy’s earlier this week to promote that Burberry fragrance, BODY, of which she’s the campaign face and opted for a slim pantsuit with a plunging chain necklace in lieu of a shirt. Let’s discuss. More »

#1 Crush: Our Favorite Look At Reed Krakoff Was A Perfect White Suit

#1 Crush: Our Favorite Look At Reed Krakoff Was A Perfect White Suit

Reed Krakoff has only been showing for a few seasons now, but the Coach creative director is already refining his easy, effortless spin on wearable minimalism. Aside from some creative use of cellophane, his collection was all about neat lines, solids and a bit of bright colorblocking. However, this white suit is louche and effortless in all the right ways, which is to say it may be draped softly but it still cuts a clean line. One of those fantastic Boxer bags is the only embellishment it needs. More »

Suits Are Cool Now. Someone Tell Larry Summers.

Suits Are Cool Now. Someone Tell Larry Summers.

Larry Summers was recently describing his interaction with the Winklevoss twins and remarked:

“One of the things you learn as a college president is that if an undergraduate is wearing a tie and jacket on Thursday afternoon at three o’clock, there are two possibilities. One is that they’re looking for a job and have an interview; the other is that they are an a**hole. This was the latter case.”

Hah! It would be easy to say “it’s funny because Larry Summers is an idiot.” Or I guess it could be funny if you disliked the Winklevii. But either way, I think Larry Summers is a bit behind on sarotiral trends. I can understand being behind on things, because as a woman, I am always a little behind on science. So. Let’s talk about how suits became cool again. More »