As good as many shows are right now, it’s hard for them to take the spot of the ones we love the most. We grew up with them, laughed with them, learned from them, and we simply wish we could bring them back…
Hi friends! It’s Emily and Addison here. . . yes, we do still exist, we’re just halfway across the world living with spotty wifi and foreign families. Out of the (approximately) 50 countries in Europe, somehow we happened to end up in the same one on the same weekend and wanted to share our short experience with you. So if you’re feeling a bit Hungary (lol puns), here’s a taste of our weekend in Budapest!
In the last few months alone Alexa Chung has stolen our hearts with her obsession-worthy app Villoid and her collab with AG Jeans. For those of us long-time Alexa lovers, we remember busting it from middle school to Madewell when her collection with them dropped back in the day. Her adorable and utterly authentic first book, It, is on our bedside table right now; and we have all rocked high-waisted shorts, tights, and ballet flats at one point over the last six years thanks to her.
It took a while for me to develop an appreciation and take interest in menswear. How mundane its limits seemed, how repetitive the collections looked. Eventually I began to see the art in it, the stories, the image, the look, and especially in today’s age, it’s evolution. Over the past couple of weeks we have seen our favorite fashion houses define the style for F/W 16 menswear. We saw good, we saw bad , we saw wow, we saw “ehh”, but most importantly, we saw new.