An insider's look at shopping around the world and a clothing line for all humans.
By Anne Bratskeir and Joseph V. Amodio
Savvy shoppers will swoon for veteran Los Angeles fashion reporter Booth Moore’s delicious new tome, “Where the Stylists Shop: The Fashion Insider’s Ultimate Guide” ($25 at booksellers).
The wonderful compilation of global shopping haunts (from Milan to Marrakech, Tokyo to Tulum, and of course in fashion hubs such at New York, London, Paris and L.A.) is intel drawn directly from 175 people in the fashion industry including celebrity stylists, designers, bloggers, editors and street-style stars.
It’s a juicy reference book for fashion lusters and a great travel companion.
Everlane’s “100 percent Human” collection — made up of a range of tees and sweatshirts for men and women — bears a simple slogan perfect for these times. Prices range from $22–$55 at everlane.com, and $5 from every item sold benefits the American Civil Liberties Union.