The passing of Ottavio Missoni is the end of a love story: the love of heritage, the love for design, and most profound the end of a deep partnership that produced a budding, creative brood. In honor of his colorful life, we present a handful of brand classics, including our all time favorite vintage Missoni piece
If, as the saying goes, behind every great man lies an even greater lady, then the panorama of eminent twentieth century designers seems to hint that such a synergetic relationship begins in the womb. In honor of this year’s mother’s day, we look back at five designers whose relationship with their own mothers heavily influenced their careers.
As a rare triple-up effect where a subculture’s defiant aesthetic permeated the salons and runways of high fashion, Punk offers a unique and opportune occasion to inspect the multifaceted development of fashion. This week, we celebrate the Costume Institute's newest show with a few of our favorite punk images.
While Palm Springs gears up for Coachella round 2, we peek back at the original inspiration for the latest street style spinoff: festival fashion. Relive the glory of Woodstock through love beads, tie-dye and Joe Cocker.
Lilly Pulitzer, Palm Beach’s Princess of Prints, died this week at the age of 81. This week’s Nostalgia celebrates the vibrant shifts that brought the buzzing energy of the 1960s to the international jet set.
Happy Easter! Today we celebrate the festival of pastels with a collection of our favorite bunnies…
In honor of SXSW, we take a look back at Texas' most formidable style icon: the cowgirl. If Texas is a state of mind, then Texas style is of a mind of statement dress.
Celebrate the birth of the 20th century's most hypnotic muse: Marchesa Luisa Casati.
After a long decade of clean-cut nudes, the long, dramatic nail is back. And really, is there any better role for fingernails than a vivid expression of creative individualism? This week, a slideshow to inspire your most ingenious nail art.
Parading one's fashionable garb on the ample, shaded avenues of Paris has been a staple of the city’s character since the 19th century. Today we honor that tradition with a quick look back at its history.
MTV's original host of House of Style turned 47 this week. A look back at her most gorgeous shots.
It's Valentine's Day! Celebrate with a little shimmer and shine.
Which American designer would we love to see resurrected? Today, a little downtown cool from Stephen Sprouse.
Dream in pink... a little history on the birth of the bra.
Pop the Bubbly! Champagne delight has always been a staple of the grandest celebrations. Get inspired for the New Year with this week's nostalgia.
In honor of Pantone’s Color of 2013, we gathered a few of our favorite emerald images.
Grace Coddington’s lovely and candid memoir launched last week. Today, we take a look at her early years as a model and love of feline companions.
A beautiful countess is sent into mourning by the end of Balenciaga.
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, our thoughts and prayers go out to all those affected.
We were very sad to hear that one of the most colorful fashion icons, Anna Piaggi, passed away.
A look back at Sophia Loren, Grace Kelly, Catherine Deneuve at the Cannes Film Festival
In anticipation of Baz Luhrmann's Great Gatsby, the movie’s leading lady graces this month’s cover of Vogue. The captivating image inspired us to gather a handful of Vogue covers from the golden age illustration, along with our favorite flapper terminology. Puttin’ on the Ritz, indeed!
On Friday morning, the Museum of the City of New York opens the first major retrospective on of the 1970's brightest stars; "When Fashion Danced" celebrates the vibrant styles of Stephen Burrows.
Did Chanel’s latest Metiers d’Art Show set off the latest fashion craze? This week we look back at one of Fall 2013’s emerging trend: plaid, a seemingly formulaic design that allows for endless interpretations.
Ed Koch's New York City in today's nostalgia! Never was the convergence of American progress and theatricality more apt than in the bold aesthetics of the 1980s.
When done right, gender-bending dress presents a paired down elegance that paradoxically highlights suggestive femininity. Today, we covet transformative tailoring in leathers, wools, tweeds and crisp cottons.
Out with the old, and in the new...
From all of us at PinkClouds, here’s the very best to you and yours; may you get everything you have wished for this holiday season, wrapped up in lovely pink bow.
Nostalgia this week is for all the snowbirds flocking down to Miami for Art Basel.
Happy Thanksgiving to our PinkClouds girl. Shake Ya Tailfeather!
Here are some of our favorite Brad Elterman images—featuring some of our favorite people.
Colleen Atwood is one of the most prolific costume designers of our time. The three-time Oscar winner has worked in bringing the clothing of some of the biggest films of the past decade to life.