S is for Sandra Senn
A German artist who blurs the real and surreal, as seen in this fictional photo from Kelly Klein’s new Pools: Reflections book.
Untitled, 2005, by Sandra Senn
T is for Transformation
Seen through photographer Penny Ashford’s lens, a simple shot underwater becomes beautifully unexpected.
P is for Pink
A power color and, since 1990, is worn in support of Breast Cancer Awareness.
Untitled (Roses), 2008 by by Cy Twombly
R is for Reva
Tory’s mother and perennial muse.
T is for Tamu McPherson
Every day, Tamu — a.k.a. All the Pretty Birds — dares to pair. Just see how she styled our plaid Christina skirt with pattern.
V is for Van Neistat
The filmmaker and artist, whose upcoming show at New York’s Museum involves Swiss Army knives, 18k gold leaf and…you.
W is for Warhol
The man who predicted everyone’s 15 minutes of fame. Pop culture genius.
Screen Test: Nico, 1966 by Andy Warhol ©2012 The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA, a museum of Carnegie Institute. All rights reserved.
P is for Percival
The new men’s wear line, co-founded by Christopher Gove, that’s making waves in London.
A is for Abbey Drucker
Fashion photographer who’s as good in front of the lens as she is behind it.
S is for Sexy Beast
The Daily Beast’s irreverent take on the runway’s goings on.
B is for Braid
Hair stylist Eugene Souleiman created soft fishtail braids to echo one of our favorite prints…wheat.
T is for Tie-Dye
The bohemian batik puts a new spin on a classic polo.
S is for Spring 2013
“American prep remix. We were thinking about a stylish magpie who picks up special pieces while traveling around the world and always mixes them with classic sportswear.” — Tory
P is for Pompom
Combine with neon colors, mirror accents and intricate beadwork and you have the makings of a Spring 2013 embellishment.
S is for Sarah Rutson
The impeccably chic Fashion Director of Lane Crawford, who can pull off a pleated tent dress and leopard sandals like no one.
Photo by Marcy Swingle