The Luar Ana bag has been having a high-profile moment since it debuted on the Bushwick runway less than two weeks ago. At the Met Gala, Troye Sivan opted for a black version of the Ana bag to go with his body-skimming black dress. So why is the bag already such a hit? The Ana bag is the best of both worlds. It boasts a compact, ladylike structure with two oval leather handles, but the O-ring hardware adds a sassy touch. Plus, as we’ve seen with Lipa and Sivan, it can easily translate from day to night. Polished and classic, with a kick of cool, this won’t be the last time the bag makes a cameo on a star.
In the name of the father, the son, and the house of Gucci, Good Morning Vogue is getting an exclusive look into the world of House of Gucci costume designer Janty Yates. Raven Smith met up with Yates in London to discuss costuming Lady Gaga, Adam Driver, Jared Leto, and more in the anticipated new film by Ridley Scott. Yates also gave Good Morning Vogue a preview of never-before-seen images and clips from the film. Inside London’s Gore Hotel, Yates describes the Gucci look of the film’s period, designed by the late Maurizio Gucci, as “round and brown.” “Tom Ford came and cut a swath through that!” she says. While Gaga does wear archival Gucci pieces in the film, Yates looked to vintage dealers and archive houses for many of the buzzed-about outfits and added heaps of accessories to Gaga’s looks. “She had 54 script days,” Yates says, “and she never repeated a look, not even an earring.”
Today I’m pulling out all the stops in head-to-toe Blumarine. I’m wearing a tiny, little knit cardigan with a fur trim around the collar and a pair of baggy, chino-type pants that are too long, but it’s OK because they have a bungee cord that scrunches at the ankle. It’s all Blumarine, courtesy of designer Nicola Brognano. I add a few of my own personal effects: another white tank top, a pair of black Havaianas, and the Louis Vuitton bag. I CitiBike to the Batsheva show uptown looking like a party on two wheels. With the fur trim and bare midriff, I resemble the happier version of The Sopranos’ Adriana La Cerva. Batsheva babes like actresses Heidi Gardner and Lauren Servideo like the cardigan. Score! After Batsheva, I kill some time in Little Italy like a true Blumarine hottie and then I take the L train to Eckhaus Latta. The look is once again a red-hot hit. I’m snapped by Oh and the lovely street style photographer Liisa Jokinen of @NYCLooks, who also runs the vintage search engine Gem. I feel like I should do a street style profile on her.Day 5
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