H&M Opening Party!

Remember when H&M had their opening party Friday?

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Remember how I posted about The Dolls for this week’s #wcw?

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REMEMBER WHEN THEY PLAYED AT THE OPENING PARTY?

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Y’all, am I psychic or what?

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Remember when we bought the entire store?

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You don’t? Well, don’t you worry. I’m going to fill you in.

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Of course we partied with our girl Emma. She looked stunning in a piece from the Isabel Marant collection. Christina and Em are hammin’ it up as usual.

PS what do you think about Christina’s new hair? She can rock any color, it’s crazy.

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Me (left), Emma, and the ever fabulous Lindsey Hartman (right).

Blake Lively paid a little visit, but rushed out after taking photographs to be interviewed.

H&M provided masks for guests, which I didn’t take off until Saturday morning. It’s gold and sparkly, how could I?

Great music, great people, great party.

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We took some obligatory red carpet photos and, of course, we got those Polaroids.

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Krysal Frame (left), 1/4 of the debut designer collection, M.A.R.K, at NOLA fashion week this year; me; and Lindsey Hartman (right).

Badass bitches.

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Christina Flannery (left), Hannah Alford (middle), and Ashley Talbot (right).

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Things got exceedingly sillier once the champagne started flowing.

Becca Morris (left), Robert Epps (middle), Christina Flannery (right).

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Hannah being adorable and rockin’ that first purchase! She looks amazing in purple.

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Like I said, exceedingly sillier.

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And then I got up on stage and danced with Mia Moretti.

You know, watevr.

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Probably the best moment of the whole party.

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Catch’a on the flip side.

Somewhere in Twin Peaks: Audrey Horne

Audrey Horne
H&M cable knit sweater, $20 / Etro black pencil skirt / Frye shoes / Cherry jewelry / Peugeot jewelry / Karen Walker Eyewear cat eye sunglasses / Giorgio Armani lip stick

 

This is Katherine, gingersnap here, and I wanted to talk about one of my favorite style inspirations…the girls from Twin Peaks! For your consideration, I present Audrey Horne, vixen extraordinaire.

 

This show was so great, and so weird! I loved the American Gothic in the woods element, the kitschy music, and crazy locals. But most of all, I loved the female characters in it. They are all strong, complicated, and intelligent women! Audrey Horne, especially.  One of the things I liked about Audrey was that, in the first season, she dressed deliberately on the verge of womanly and innocently. She would wear her little Oxford flats and then switch into red pumps when she got to school and that change would take her from sweet innocent Audrey, to a vixen in a plaid skirt.

 

Another amazing thing about twin peaks fashion, is how they fuse together the best aspects of late 50’s and late 80’s Fashion. The hair styles, makeup, and outfit silhouettes are all very Marilyn Monroe and classic, but the outfit are  pure 80s crazy-brain colors and patterns.

 

 

Want to look like Audrey Horne? We got 50’s pumps, plaid skirts, and retro blouses to complete that look at the Store! Come on and get your vixen on!