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In Conversation:
Kilo Kish

Just because we love staying au courant with the latest new summer hits, we caught up with the lovely and talented rapper Kilo Kish to get the deets on her new rustic, on-the-road music video “Begin Route”—a new DVF favorite. Check out the video and read along for Kish’s inspiration, her summer past-times and the prints she is loving now.

Tell us a little more about the inspiration behind “Begin Route”? 

It’s basically a redo of the cross-country drive me and my boyfriend did last summer. It’s the basis for the project. The “Across” EP is sequenced like a road trip, so our main focus in the intro video was setting the stage for that.

What made you go from being a city girl in “Navy” to a desert girl in “Begin Route”?  

Well, I was inspired by my move to Los Angeles and the trip we took. We picked the west because the majority of our drive was in the south west and everything kind of looked dry and dusty on the roads.

Can you talk a little bit about the fashion in your new video? What was the inspiration? 

I just kind of stuck as close to my personal style as possible, very preppy, and tried to mix in super American vibes.

What is your favorite summer print at the moment?  

I love gingham and plaids.

Any go-to summer restaurants? 

I like sushi in the summertime because it’s light. I love Murakami on Melrose in LA. I also love sitting outside at Goldie’s.

What’s your favorite NYC museum and why?

I like the Whitney because it always has interesting exhibits and isn’t too overwhelming to conquer.

How would you spend your ideal summer day? 

Making a good healthy lunch, having Pinkberry, playing mini golf and then swimming and reading by a pool.

And what are you reading? 

I’m reading and rereading “The Subterraneans” by Jack Kerouac.

What is in your everyday summer bag/purse? What can’t you leave the house without? 

I keep just the basics (wallet, keys, phone) and then maybe a NARS lip gloss. Some cat eye sunnies as well.

What is your summer must-have? 

I love a cheetah print backpack! It would be cute with cutoff shorts for the summer. And with cat eye sunglasses!

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After Dark:
The Jordan Dress

The Jordan dress may look familiar—it debuted at the CFDA Awards on our very own Style Editor, Jessica Joffe, and was featured is this week’s edition of Net-a-Porter’s The Edit. Now, this chic little number has finally arrived and we’re ready to wear it everywhere! From a black tie affair to a beach wedding to sipping cocktails on the deck of the luxurious Tiger Blue (as our friends at Net-a-Porter suggest), the Jordan’s Murano glass-inspired lines are a fine choice for any occasion. Just add silver sandals and a metallic minaudière—the perfect accents to put the natural elegance of the Jordan on display.

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Jessica’s Picks:
The Beauty Edit

It was only a few weeks ago that I admonished you to pack and live lightly. Well, dear readers, today I come with good tidings. There is one exception. BEAUTY PRODUCTS! All that extra room in your bags you didn’t know what to do with? Fill it with all your cosmetic sundries!

Here are the essentials I can’t live without this summer. And nor should you.

HAIR:

Jumping in and out of the pool or the ocean and constant exposure to the sun requires extra gentle care. Bumble and Bumble has just released their new line of Invisible Oil products. Sulphate-free, nourishing, and UV filtering, the shampoo and conditioner will clean your filthy locks without stripping them. Spray a little Ocean Mist from the wonderful Swedish line Sachajuan onto your hair while it’s still wet to get that effortless beach hair. Even if you haven’t seen the ocean yet this summer, you can fake it perfectly with this spray. Once a week, throw on the Sachajuan Hair After the Sun treatment to make sure you’re really in the clear.

BODY:

Don’t tell me you’re clean just because you spend all day in the water! Make sure to rinse off all that chlorine and sand at the end of the day with Jo Malone’s Nectarine and Honey Blossom Shower Gel. Even if you never actually leave the city, you can still smell like you did by dousing yourself in Bobbi Brown’s classic Beach Body Oil, which magically smells like sunsets, sunblock, sand and seawater. I like to layer light perfumes, and Jo Malone’s Earl Grey and Cucumber goes beautifully with Tom Ford’s Mandarino di Amalfi. I won’t penalize you for keeping it simple and choosing just one perfume. I accept that most of you do not want to smell like a walking pitcher of citrus iced tea.

FACE:

The first, second and third thing you need to know about summer beauty is: sunblock, sunblock, sunblock! And I’m not just yelling at you because I’m pale as a sheet and always in danger of burning myself to a crisp. Start your day by rinsing off the residual and pore clogging sunblock from the day before with Bobbi Brown’s Extra Bright Advanced Foaming Cleanser. Layer on La Mer’s Broad Spectrum SPF 50 UV Protecting Fluid first, add some coverage and MORE SPF with Estée Lauder’s DayWear BB Crème. Don’t forget your eyes. All that squinting in the sun, drying AC and salt water can really do a number on the skin around your peepers, so cover them liberally with Lancome’s Absolue Eye Serum morning and night. The gold bottle also looks really good casually taking up space on your vanity. Like the delicate skin around your eyes, don’t neglect your lips. Always have a jar of Aerin’s Rose Balm nearby. There are 350 rose-petals in each jar. Not literally, but each petal has been methodically divested of its essence. That’s a lot of rose petals. Smells delicious too.

AND MORE FACE:

Summer is a time for minimal makeup, but that doesn’t mean you can’t supplement your natural beauty just a touch. We know our own faces very well — we know what we’d prefer to hide, what we like to play up— so this life-saving Shade and Illuminate compact by Tom Ford should be in everyone’s arsenal if it isn’t already. Create shadows with the bronzer, reflect light with the highlighter, create contours where there were none, soften hard edges where there are too many: the possibilities are endless! You may not need anything else. Although… a little cheek colour, like the Estée Lauder Bronze Goddess crème blush will always give a happy flush. And, of course, I like to carry at least four different lip colours with me: Tawny Pink by Tom Ford is a useful, universally flattering sheer colour, and you can’t go wrong with multiple candy shades of Nars lip gloss. Add subtle shine to your eyelids with the neutral and appropriately named Blush Sweetness palette, plump up your eyelashes with the Lancôme Oscillation Powerbooster. A tiny little motor in the wand really goes to town on your lashes, which may be what I like most about it. Don’t forget a little translucent powder, like this pretty astrological Estée Lauder compact. No one is immune to shine, especially in the heat.

Just please, promise me to take everything off at the end of the day! Never sleep in your makeup. Cover yourself in Estée Lauder’s Advanced Night Repair instead and thank me later.

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Jessica’s Picks:
July

Yes, dear readers, it’s true what they say. Tomorrow is July 4th. And even though you’ve been stockpiling fireworks since July 5th, 2013 and you’ve finally figured out a way to put all that red and blue food dye to use, I would like us all to reflect on something a little more serious. Summer’s nearly over! We only have 8.5 weeks until Labor Day! Some of us (I’m talking to you, Harvard freshmen) have even fewer weeks. That leaves us with almost no time to do all the things we planned to do.

To recap:
- Watch the World Cup finals in Rio de Janeiro.
-Try not to fall into a food coma after a 29 course meal at Noma in Copenhagen.
-Take the boat to Croatia. Admire the unspoiled Croatian coastline from afar.
-Hitch a ride to see Carey Mulligan and Bill Nighy give performances of your lifetime in David Hare’s Skylight.
-Feed the turtles in Central Park.
-Finish Hilary Mantel’s “Bring Up the Bodies” on the Orient Express.
-Jump off the cliffs at Rishikesh into the healing Ganges.
-Learn to do a handstand on the beach in Amagansett.

Which means, we’re traveling light again, my dears. These six pieces will put you in good stead for the rest of this month at least.

Skip red, white and blue and go for the pink, yellow and leopard end of the spectrum instead.

The magenta silk collarless shirt will brighten up even the tamest wardrobe. Pair it with denim cut offs, a few friendship bracelets by Monica Vinader, and some winged Ancient Greek sandals and you’ll have the world at your feet. The colour is so exuberant that you are almost guaranteed to make four new friends and lovers before you even get to your lunch appointment.

Exchange the cut-offs for our optical black and white pencil skirt— the design optically removes any unwanted dimensions— and these versatile white heels, and head back to work. Kill your pitch meeting, and because you can, run to the plane right from the office and make it to London just in time for curtains up.

The black lace detail on the yellow shell works for a glamorous day look or a casual evening look. With a pair of black cigarette pants and a gold Croon flat, you’ll never be out of place if you get a last minute invitation to join your friends on Lake Como for cocktails. What friends indeed!

Leopard is never out of place anywhere, and this feather leopard print is one of my favourites: the palette is just muted enough and the print just graphic enough for it to work in a multitude of settings. Camouflage with a sun protecting hat from Satya Twena (they have the highest UPF factor available in clothing) and our pair of oversized sunglasses as you board the boat to Formentera. Throw it in your Sutra hobo while you swim, wrap up at sunset, add a rose gold 9-Drop Irene Neuwirth earring and there’s no need to waste any time changing from day to night.

If you have a few more inches of room in your petite valise, my favourite summer dress, and one I wore to the CFDAs, is the Jordan. With a pattern like melted murano glass and an elegantly roomy fit, it is in a class of its own. Day or night, it is the perfect summer dress… you may even be able to climb to the top of the cliff with it, though please take it off before diving in!

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In Conversation:
Kilo Kish

Just because we love staying au courant with the latest new summer hits, we caught up with the lovely and talented rapper Kilo Kish to get the deets on her new rustic, on-the-road music video “Begin Route”—a new DVF favorite. Check out the video and read along for Kish’s inspiration, her summer past-times and the prints she is loving now.

Tell us a little more about the inspiration behind “Begin Route”? 

It’s basically a redo of the cross-country drive me and my boyfriend did last summer. It’s the basis for the project. The “Across” EP is sequenced like a road trip, so our main focus in the intro video was setting the stage for that.

What made you go from being a city girl in “Navy” to a desert girl in “Begin Route”?  

Well, I was inspired by my move to Los Angeles and the trip we took. We picked the west because the majority of our drive was in the south west and everything kind of looked dry and dusty on the roads.

Can you talk a little bit about the fashion in your new video? What was the inspiration? 

I just kind of stuck as close to my personal style as possible, very preppy, and tried to mix in super American vibes.

What is your favorite summer print at the moment?  

I love gingham and plaids.

Any go-to summer restaurants? 

I like sushi in the summertime because it’s light. I love Murakami on Melrose in LA. I also love sitting outside at Goldie’s.

What’s your favorite NYC museum and why?

I like the Whitney because it always has interesting exhibits and isn’t too overwhelming to conquer.

How would you spend your ideal summer day? 

Making a good healthy lunch, having Pinkberry, playing mini golf and then swimming and reading by a pool.

And what are you reading? 

I’m reading and rereading “The Subterraneans” by Jack Kerouac.

What is in your everyday summer bag/purse? What can’t you leave the house without? 

I keep just the basics (wallet, keys, phone) and then maybe a NARS lip gloss. Some cat eye sunnies as well.

What is your summer must-have? 

I love a cheetah print backpack! It would be cute with cutoff shorts for the summer. And with cat eye sunglasses!

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News

Jessica’s Picks:
The Beauty Edit

It was only a few weeks ago that I admonished you to pack and live lightly. Well, dear readers, today I come with good tidings. There is one exception. BEAUTY PRODUCTS! All that extra room in your bags you didn’t know what to do with? Fill it with all your cosmetic sundries!

Here are the essentials I can’t live without this summer. And nor should you.

HAIR:

Jumping in and out of the pool or the ocean and constant exposure to the sun requires extra gentle care. Bumble and Bumble has just released their new line of Invisible Oil products. Sulphate-free, nourishing, and UV filtering, the shampoo and conditioner will clean your filthy locks without stripping them. Spray a little Ocean Mist from the wonderful Swedish line Sachajuan onto your hair while it’s still wet to get that effortless beach hair. Even if you haven’t seen the ocean yet this summer, you can fake it perfectly with this spray. Once a week, throw on the Sachajuan Hair After the Sun treatment to make sure you’re really in the clear.

BODY:

Don’t tell me you’re clean just because you spend all day in the water! Make sure to rinse off all that chlorine and sand at the end of the day with Jo Malone’s Nectarine and Honey Blossom Shower Gel. Even if you never actually leave the city, you can still smell like you did by dousing yourself in Bobbi Brown’s classic Beach Body Oil, which magically smells like sunsets, sunblock, sand and seawater. I like to layer light perfumes, and Jo Malone’s Earl Grey and Cucumber goes beautifully with Tom Ford’s Mandarino di Amalfi. I won’t penalize you for keeping it simple and choosing just one perfume. I accept that most of you do not want to smell like a walking pitcher of citrus iced tea.

FACE:

The first, second and third thing you need to know about summer beauty is: sunblock, sunblock, sunblock! And I’m not just yelling at you because I’m pale as a sheet and always in danger of burning myself to a crisp. Start your day by rinsing off the residual and pore clogging sunblock from the day before with Bobbi Brown’s Extra Bright Advanced Foaming Cleanser. Layer on La Mer’s Broad Spectrum SPF 50 UV Protecting Fluid first, add some coverage and MORE SPF with Estée Lauder’s DayWear BB Crème. Don’t forget your eyes. All that squinting in the sun, drying AC and salt water can really do a number on the skin around your peepers, so cover them liberally with Lancome’s Absolue Eye Serum morning and night. The gold bottle also looks really good casually taking up space on your vanity. Like the delicate skin around your eyes, don’t neglect your lips. Always have a jar of Aerin’s Rose Balm nearby. There are 350 rose-petals in each jar. Not literally, but each petal has been methodically divested of its essence. That’s a lot of rose petals. Smells delicious too.

AND MORE FACE:

Summer is a time for minimal makeup, but that doesn’t mean you can’t supplement your natural beauty just a touch. We know our own faces very well — we know what we’d prefer to hide, what we like to play up— so this life-saving Shade and Illuminate compact by Tom Ford should be in everyone’s arsenal if it isn’t already. Create shadows with the bronzer, reflect light with the highlighter, create contours where there were none, soften hard edges where there are too many: the possibilities are endless! You may not need anything else. Although… a little cheek colour, like the Estée Lauder Bronze Goddess crème blush will always give a happy flush. And, of course, I like to carry at least four different lip colours with me: Tawny Pink by Tom Ford is a useful, universally flattering sheer colour, and you can’t go wrong with multiple candy shades of Nars lip gloss. Add subtle shine to your eyelids with the neutral and appropriately named Blush Sweetness palette, plump up your eyelashes with the Lancôme Oscillation Powerbooster. A tiny little motor in the wand really goes to town on your lashes, which may be what I like most about it. Don’t forget a little translucent powder, like this pretty astrological Estée Lauder compact. No one is immune to shine, especially in the heat.

Just please, promise me to take everything off at the end of the day! Never sleep in your makeup. Cover yourself in Estée Lauder’s Advanced Night Repair instead and thank me later.

Share
News

After Dark:
The Jordan Dress

The Jordan dress may look familiar—it debuted at the CFDA Awards on our very own Style Editor, Jessica Joffe, and was featured is this week’s edition of Net-a-Porter’s The Edit. Now, this chic little number has finally arrived and we’re ready to wear it everywhere! From a black tie affair to a beach wedding to sipping cocktails on the deck of the luxurious Tiger Blue (as our friends at Net-a-Porter suggest), the Jordan’s Murano glass-inspired lines are a fine choice for any occasion. Just add silver sandals and a metallic minaudière—the perfect accents to put the natural elegance of the Jordan on display.

Share
Style

Jessica’s Picks:
July

Yes, dear readers, it’s true what they say. Tomorrow is July 4th. And even though you’ve been stockpiling fireworks since July 5th, 2013 and you’ve finally figured out a way to put all that red and blue food dye to use, I would like us all to reflect on something a little more serious. Summer’s nearly over! We only have 8.5 weeks until Labor Day! Some of us (I’m talking to you, Harvard freshmen) have even fewer weeks. That leaves us with almost no time to do all the things we planned to do.

To recap:
- Watch the World Cup finals in Rio de Janeiro.
-Try not to fall into a food coma after a 29 course meal at Noma in Copenhagen.
-Take the boat to Croatia. Admire the unspoiled Croatian coastline from afar.
-Hitch a ride to see Carey Mulligan and Bill Nighy give performances of your lifetime in David Hare’s Skylight.
-Feed the turtles in Central Park.
-Finish Hilary Mantel’s “Bring Up the Bodies” on the Orient Express.
-Jump off the cliffs at Rishikesh into the healing Ganges.
-Learn to do a handstand on the beach in Amagansett.

Which means, we’re traveling light again, my dears. These six pieces will put you in good stead for the rest of this month at least.

Skip red, white and blue and go for the pink, yellow and leopard end of the spectrum instead.

The magenta silk collarless shirt will brighten up even the tamest wardrobe. Pair it with denim cut offs, a few friendship bracelets by Monica Vinader, and some winged Ancient Greek sandals and you’ll have the world at your feet. The colour is so exuberant that you are almost guaranteed to make four new friends and lovers before you even get to your lunch appointment.

Exchange the cut-offs for our optical black and white pencil skirt— the design optically removes any unwanted dimensions— and these versatile white heels, and head back to work. Kill your pitch meeting, and because you can, run to the plane right from the office and make it to London just in time for curtains up.

The black lace detail on the yellow shell works for a glamorous day look or a casual evening look. With a pair of black cigarette pants and a gold Croon flat, you’ll never be out of place if you get a last minute invitation to join your friends on Lake Como for cocktails. What friends indeed!

Leopard is never out of place anywhere, and this feather leopard print is one of my favourites: the palette is just muted enough and the print just graphic enough for it to work in a multitude of settings. Camouflage with a sun protecting hat from Satya Twena (they have the highest UPF factor available in clothing) and our pair of oversized sunglasses as you board the boat to Formentera. Throw it in your Sutra hobo while you swim, wrap up at sunset, add a rose gold 9-Drop Irene Neuwirth earring and there’s no need to waste any time changing from day to night.

If you have a few more inches of room in your petite valise, my favourite summer dress, and one I wore to the CFDAs, is the Jordan. With a pattern like melted murano glass and an elegantly roomy fit, it is in a class of its own. Day or night, it is the perfect summer dress… you may even be able to climb to the top of the cliff with it, though please take it off before diving in!

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