the lulu list


The Lulu List is where we share our favorite finds of the week.  From inspiring articles to street style looks to recipes we're craving, these are our latest obsessions.

{this week we love...}



This week we eagerly stepped inside Brett Heyman's closet with The Coveteur.  After working at Elle Magazine, Giorgio Armani and Dolce & Gabbana, Heyman founded accessory brand Edie Parker in 2010.  Inspired by clutches worn by showgirls and socialites during the 1950s and 1960s, we've always loved the vintage aesthetic of her beautiful accessories.

To check out Heyman’s massive Warhol flowers and insane Chanel tweed collection, click here.



Christopher Kane’s Ready-to-Wear Fall 2014 collection was nothing short of perfection.  With a mix of chain-stitched organza to featherweight nylon paired with tawny mink, Kane’s most recent collection ushered a blizzard of ideas, historical references and applause.

To check out the full collection, click here.



Singer-songwriter Annie Clark, also known as St. Vincent, is nearing the release of her fourth album on February 25th.  In her own words, she sought to “...make a party record you could play at a funeral.”  We love her blend of digital funk glory with striking pop melodies and eccentric experimental sounds.

To hear the full live-streaming, click here.



W Magazine’s most recent editorial, Selfie Absorbed, speaks to our growing social media obsessed culture.  As "selfie" was named the 2013 word of the year, the editorial poses some interesting questions including, “If your #lookoftheday is not on Instagram, did anyone actually see it?”

To see the full spread, click here.



1990s fashion is undeniably back.  Opening Ceremony’s first floor has been infiltrated with spaghetti straps and crop tops, and London Fashion Week was no exception.  The most recent spotting?  Ashish Gupta’s LED light-up platform sneakers spotted on his Fall/Winter 2014 runway.  Lucky for us, Ashish has teamed up with Topshop for a unique collaboration.

To view the full collection, click here.

{more next week...}