A perfect case study on the indisputable allure of basic-osity is OWL, the apparel line that catapulted to fame three years ago when former Bachelorette Kaitlyn Bristowe posted a photo wearing her OWL tank—“Wine Bachelor & Yoga Pants.” Overnight, founders (and best friends) Nika and Mika received thousands of orders. A basic brand was born.
Jeanne Yang, one of Hollywood’s reigning stylists, (outfitting George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Robert Downey, Jr. and more) is a true fashion philosopher who is as thoughtful about style as she is meticulous about the clothes her clients wear. Fashion to Yang isn’t just what can be seen on the exterior or what can be captured by a photographer’s able lens; fashion is a feeling, a vibe, a transformative gateway made from edgy shapes and crisp silhouettes that is capable of producing a stronger, more confident you.
In which I talk to brilliant costume designer/fine artist Luke Reichle and in re-reading his answers to my questions while creating this post, sense his creative, electric energy with such fervent palpability, it practically buzzes off my computer screen and makes me feel all sorts of inspired …
When word got out that Anna filmed a video for Vogue with none other than the hilarious Amy Schumer (of 2016’s Trainwreck and Comedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer), I didn’t even have to click play to know I’d love every second of what was about to go down.