Designers Carol Lim and Humberto Leon’s passion for travel, art and fashion led the duo to the creation of wholesale showroom and clothing line Opening Ceremony. Their desire to push boundaries led to a partnership with Design Disrupted, a platform created by Lexus to improve the world in unexpected yet surprising ways.
We caught up with stylist Courtney Mays, whose clients include NBA All-Stars Chris Paul and Blake Griffin, to find out what how she got started, what it takes to style an athlete that lives in the spotlight, and some accessories everyone should have in their closet.
Lexus and Black Enterprise presented its second event celebrating “The Good Life.” Women of Power TV personality Dariany Santana hosted the private affair, as the who’s who in entertainment, media, fashion and business came together to highlight what it means to live life to its fullest.
Believe it or not, running around from show to show can be super tiring—especially if you’re hoofing it in a pair of heels or brand new Chelsea boots. Granted, New York Fashion Week’s most stylish individuals wouldn’t be caught dead catching their breath inside a chain coffee shop or corner bodega, which is why the Lexus Lounge at Milk Studios during Made Fashion Week is the ideal place to chill between shows.
Lexus teamed up with Shantell Martin to take her Sharpie scrawl-inspired art style all over the luxurious Lexus RC F car. Lexus is no stranger to fashionable collaborations, as part of its ongoing participation in New York Fashion Week, Lexus regularly teams up with designers making waves in the industry
Fashion trends often repeat over time and designer eyewear is no exception. The frames for 2013 are more stylish than ever before. From thick to nerdy, almost everything is in play as frames have gone from helping people see to helping people frame how people see them.
There are so many outlets for women’s fashion these days, with organizations set up specifically to ensure that women are well-dressed. However, there aren’t that many set up to make sure men are looking their best. That’s where style maven BEN WILLS comes in, with her website, thewelldressedman.net.