1. Chanel Iman in Oscar de la Renta. 
There’s a great article on Oscar de la Renta over at NY Magazine’s The Cut blog.
I loved what he says here:

My role as a designer is to dress the comfortable woman, to make her feel her best. At times I remember back in the seventies when women’s lib, and women integrating herself in a so-called men’s world. A way to be part of that world is to dress in a pants suit in beige or gray. Today, a woman knows being a woman, feeling like a woman, putting on lipstick, feeling wonderful is very important. The power of her femininity is an important asset. I keep saying this is the century of the woman.

Pic via.

    Chanel Iman in Oscar de la Renta.

    There’s a great article on Oscar de la Renta over at NY Magazine’s The Cut blog.

    I loved what he says here:

    My role as a designer is to dress the comfortable woman, to make her feel her best. At times I remember back in the seventies when women’s lib, and women integrating herself in a so-called men’s world. A way to be part of that world is to dress in a pants suit in beige or gray. Today, a woman knows being a woman, feeling like a woman, putting on lipstick, feeling wonderful is very important. The power of her femininity is an important asset. I keep saying this is the century of the woman.

    Pic via.

     
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