“A distinctive brand, Seea is dedicated to the pioneering women who first braved the waves, and to every woman who has ever searched for a suit that is feminine, comfortable, and fun. An elegant mix of retro-modern shapes and contemporary colors and prints, Seea strikes the perfect balance between surf function and style.”
Beautiful, right? Seea transports me to a sandy dream state.
One of my favorite style athletes, Rickie Fowler, scored his first PGA tour victory over the weekend while sporting his trademark OSU-honoring orange. To celebrate, have a look at few of Fowler’s recent outfits on the green.
With the exception of marital status, I’m always slightly amused at the presence of athletes at high fashion events. The new Met exhibit, “Impossible Conversations,” seems to be an appropriate title not just for Prada and Schiaparelli, but between these two colliding worlds, as well. Look on!
Fresh version of a varsity jacket. It’s like 95% percent of the way there for me; there’s a 5% that I really want to tweak.
Source: Mr. Porter via Aquire
Heidi Merrick gets a free pass on here because of her last name and seriously cool family. How lovely is her Spring ’12 collection?
Speaking of the Merricks, Heidi’s niece, Daisy, is in treatment for her third round of cancer in as many years. Say a prayer for the family and learn more here.
Found a couple of surf-inspired pieces by Sage Vaughn in at the TRANSMISSION LA exhibit today. Great show curated by Mike D. Hope everyone’s having a lovely weekend!
Bob Smith, founder of Smith Optics and pioneer of modern snow goggles, recently passed away. The season’s over here in CA, but here are a few of my picks from Smith’s current offering to celebrate Bob’s legacy.