Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Pono Jewelry

Sister team Joan Goodman and Barbara Barnett launched their Hawaiian-inspired, New York City influenced and Italian crafted jewelry brand PONO in 2003. Since, they have emerged as a creative force in the luxury industry. The diverse juxtapositions have led to the creation of only expressingly bold, yet timeless pieces.

To learn more, see more and to shop for PONO Jewelry, click here.
Big Thanks to PONO Designer, Joan, and Nancy of The Accessories Think Tank for making this feature possible!


Friday, January 27, 2017


Art by Victor Roman

GROUPE introduces a group of hand-picked, highly-curated emerging designers all under one roof. With a newly opened, art-filled NYC boutique, capsule collections from the chosen brands occupy the space of this "fashion petri dish." The collective serves as an incubator, giving each brand a chance of exposure and the physical space to test their immensely creative designs. Innovative, to say the least, GROUPE has true purpose as it acts as an umbrella, supporting new talent and catapulting each designer into fashion sets, the fashion world and beyond.

To learn more, see more and to shop at GROUPE, click here.
Big Thanks to GROUPE Founder, James, for taking the time to share GROUPE with us and for making this feature possible!


Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Sunday, January 22, 2017

Citizen Ciao Winter 2017

Whether you are amongst the waves or stuck in a concrete jungle this winter, you can still take advantage of a 30% discount on luxury, laid-back surf and skate brand, Citizen Ciao. With "athleisure" still in full throttle, be sure to use the code friends30 to nab some comfy-cool, urban street-to-beach gear.

To learn more, see more and to shop (at 30% off with code friends30) at Citizen Ciao, click here.
Big Thanks to Roby over at Citizen Ciao for making this feature and sale possible! 
To see more Citizen Ciao coverage on Belles&Rebelles click here, here and here.


Friday, January 20, 2017

Stripe Hype

Flashback Friday to Balmain and Spring/Summer 2015's version of stripes.


Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Red Light PR Press Preview

From iconic emojis to caricatures of iconic designers to the exciting launch of a fashion collection from an iconic brand (Sonic the Hedgehog!), Red Light PR previewed it all...And more.

Big Thanks to Jen, Matt and the entire team at Red Light PR for inviting us to this special preview and for making this feature possible!


Monday, January 16, 2017

Quirky Cages

Numero Magazine (169) Editorial, styled by Charles Varenne, Featuring Bird Cage Earrings via NY Vintage

Bird Caged Beauty.


Sunday, January 15, 2017

The Portrait of a 1920s Flapper

Women’s fashion in the 1920s was full of new colors and fabrics that showed the joy felt by a war-weary population following the end of hostilities. Her dress would be made from a beautifully smooth silk and rayon that would show off a delicate design. The 1920s inspired dress would wrap around to the end of her shoulders and had a shear draping that connected in the front of her chest. It was a soft cream with ivory color that was embezzled with sequins and beads. The design showed elegant swirls with draped lines through the whole dress giving it a timeless look.

During the day she would make sure her curls were pinned tight on the side of her head. She would put on her 1920s inspired dress along with pearl earrings and a matching necklace. Working as a singer for the towns’ most well- known club, her dress shimmered in the spotlight when she sang beautiful songs to entertain everyone far and wide. During her evening shows she would add a classic hair piece in her pinup curls with elegant silk shoes to match.

When the spotlight shone on her for her performance, she lit up the room. It brought a harmonious sound to the audience's ears and was always a time they never forgot. Her songs had unusual phrasing, which when she sang upbeat lyrics she would incorporate shouts, moans, and wails in the songs that gave a different feel to the songs. Her music was one that would be well-known in history and make her an epic icon.

At the end of the night she would go back to her apartment that was decorated beautifully with shear white curtains and bohemian styled furniture. She had a gorgeous queen bed that had white silk sheets with a white fur blanket and yellow pillows to accent. It had a matching white silk bed canopy that added extra class to her room. She would put her silk pump shoes back on her shoe rack in her closet and the 1920s inspired dress had a special place it laid. Every night she would put her night gown on and lay the dress on a padded body mannequin in the corner of her room. This timeless dress, defined who she was day and night, and while she was at home, she was able to look at that beautifully detailed frock whenever she wanted to remind herself of who she was. She knew she was a woman that radiated beauty, class, and showed others that any woman can be whatever they dream of.

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Susanne Bartsch x Hunger Games

Stylist by Susanne Bartsch, featuring hat c/o NY Vintage

Susanne Bartsch is a fashion-world-living-legend.


Saturday, January 7, 2017

New York Fashion Week Mens F/W 2017

Backstage at Yeroc by Corey Woods

Winter has more than arrived, and each of these men's collections (all available now), prove that New York Fashion Week Men's is on par with its female counterpart.