OUR WEEKLY OBSESSIONS
The Lulu List is where we share our favorite finds of the week. From interesting articles to viral videos to inspiring Instagram accounts, these are our latest obsessions.
From portraits of John Lennon to the Rolling Stones, Annie Leibovitz remembers the projects that helped shape her career. (Racked)
Anyone can be a #GIRLBOSS - Sophia Amoruso, founder of Nasty Gal, tells us how. (The Daily Beast)
She's not just a blogger; she's a media maven. Garance Doré isn't going away anytime soon. (New York Times)
Gallerist Nicola Vassell's new art exhibition, "Black Eye," celebrates the work of both aspiring and well-established artists - open in NYC at 57 Walker St. through May 24th. (The Cut)
If you haven't visited this Bill Cunningham exhibit yet, you should probably take a trip to the New-York Historical Society. (Time Out)
Okay, this won't be ready until 2016, but get ready to take a dip in the middle of the East River thanks to this floating pool. (Thrillist)
"The best thing a designer can do is stand by their merchandise in a store." - Michael Kors on #BoFLive. (BoF)
"I am by birth a man, but in the last 40 years I became a shoemaker which is...what I will be until I drop." - Manolo Blahnik on his career, interests and his real opinion about sneakers... (YouTube)
Lana Del Rey's new "West Coast" video is on fire - and so is she. (Nylon Magazine)
We've added new favorites to the Lulu List this week, including songs by Lily Allen and Chet Faker.
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This week we're continuing our Mother's Day Instagram Contest, asking our followers to upload stylish photos of mom using hashtag #MYMOMHASSTYLE and #LULUFROST for a chance to win a rose gold CODE ring for mother and daughter. See our favorites of the week below.
*Above left, submission by @bethbethdoodoo
*Above right, submission by @fripperyvintage