Julia Restoin-Roitfeld was recently named a Lancome face, and now her first ad — for the brand's Ultra Lavande Spring 2011 color collection — is out.She also has an upcoming campaign in Asia, for the Lancome Blanc Expert line, set to debut next year.
La robe de mariée portée par la styliste a d'ailleurs beaucoup fait parler d'elle sur Instagram.
Quand Giovanna Battaglia, styliste pour le Vogue Japan, se marie, elle voit les choses en grand.
In 2009, she won the Next Generation competition from the Camera Nazionale Moda Italiana--sort of like an Italian CFDA--which helped her show her collections in Milan, thanks to partnerships with companies like Swarovski Elements.
It's the kind of attention that should have launched Liberatore into the international eye--but she says it's difficult without the proper support.
Yes, the internet, social media, texting, online dating are all relatively new and we’re all trying the best we can to make up the rules as we go along.
But as anyone who has so much as glanced at their Twitter mentions or realized their best friend from high school unfollowed them on Instagram can tell you, people are monsters online. “Mastering the art of everyday conversation means remembering that it’s a two-way street, with thoughts and ideas shared in both directions,” they write.The antidote all of this is to “tear down your electronic brick wall” by spending time with others IRL.Online communication is not just easier, in many cases, but unavoidable. They advocate for the send delay/undo send function on email, remind us that all caps means yelling online, and to use caution when replying all.As it happens, Style Brigade member (and a fashion editor and stylist herself) Karla Martinez de Salas was in attendance.Here, she picks the best-dressed at Battaglia’s nuptials—no doubt a tough job, given the ultra-stylish crowd in attendance, but we think she nailed it!(I am tempted to use a less polite word than “monsters” here but I’m making an effort.) Luckily, the Posts have some ground rules for social etiquette in our online lives. Trouble comes when we come face-to-face with “the electronic brick wall” of online communication.