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  • As a kid I used to borrow my grandfather's hats and wear them to school. I always felt a bit more confident wearing one of his wonderful, worn in bowlers. After meeting Milliner, Carlos Lewis, I decided it's time to get something a bit snazzier. Check out Carlos' incredible designs HERE.

    Carlos Lewis

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com February 18 2014, 3:39pm

  • "I wear a hat everyday. It's not only a great way to look elegant, but it's much more affordable than going to the hair salon every week."

    White Plains, NY

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com February 17 2014, 4:43pm

  • How We Met: A Story for Valentine's Dayby Carol Markel http://femmeetfleur.blogspot.com/The year was 1962. I was 18 and a freshman at Elmira College. Richard was 29 and a new instructor of art at Elmira. The college held a convocation to introduce the faculty to the students -- an auditorium full of women. This was a college for women only. The faculty was arrayed on the stage, resplendent in their academic robes and mortar boards. The president of Elmira, a one J. Ralph Murray, introduced each teacher starting with full professors and continuing to instructors seated in the back row. Each would stand upon hearing his name. J. Ralph came to Richard. He stood. Tall, reed-thin, handsome, sandy, blond hair -- a skinny Gregory Peck. The women applauded. A collective swoon swept the theater. Carol and Richard on their wedding dayCupid, hovering above me, shot an arrow which sailed right through my heart. When the convocation was over, I ran down the aisle to where the Dean of Students was sitting. Breathlessly, I inquired, "Is it too late to sign up for an art class?" I had planned to major in English. 52 years later. Richard and I are celebrating Valentine's Day in Naples, Florida, We are sharing a creative life -- the only kind we can live. Cupid was right. There is still a lot of love and laughter in our lives.

    How We Met: A Story for Valentine's Day by Carol Markel

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com February 14 2014, 4:59pm

  • I love everything about this woman's look from her shocking pink hair and turban, to her wonderful coat and boots.

    Shocking Pink

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com February 13 2014, 5:02pm

  • I asked one of my favorite bloggers, The Style Crone, to share  some of her winter style secrets with  us. If you haven't already checked out her blog, it's a must read. For more from The Style Crone CLICK HERE and enjoy her cold weather tips below: I was deeply honored when Ari Seth Cohen asked that I submit a guest editorial on the topic of style and dressing for the cold winter months.  After all, it was Advanced Style that was a major inspiration for the launching of my blog stylecrone.comover three and one half years ago.  I have been blogging since then about aging, cancer caregiving, the death of my beloved husband, grieving and transformation through the art form of style and outfits, always wearing a hat.During this time, I have come to believe that expressing and accepting one’s self fully, be it understated or outrageous and everything in-between, improves well being, decreases fear and changes lives for the better. Thank you Ari, for all that you do to transform and positively impact how our culture views aging. My approach to style and the bitter cold began in my home state of Minnesota, known for its intense winters. I currently live in Denver, which offers a much more gentle climate. Though winter makes an appearance,  spring-like days interrupt the season.  However, my love for winter coats and jackets remains fully alive, and over the years I have acquired a mostly vintage collection of both.  I look forward to the self expression that they provide. Choosing a coat or jacket, and accessorizing from head to toe to match the temperature is a strategy that keeps me warm and satisfies my love for composing outfits, no matter the season. Heat escapes from the head, so wearing a hat daily not only improves my mood, but serves the function of providing warmth.  My collection of vintage gloves brightens an outfit with color and detail.  And of course the scarf!  That grand and versatile accessory that adds flair along with comfort.Maxi skirts, faux fur and turtlenecks provide insulation and I look forward every year to wearing boots.  Layers, layers, layers!  With each piece making its own statement. There are unlimited opportunities to approach the cold with creativity, accessorized with the warmth of humor!

    Winter Style Tips From The Style Crone

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com February 12 2014, 4:13pm

  • I photographed milliner, Wanda J. Chambers, outside Arts Weschester where her hats are on display alongside the work of 40 other chapeau designers. Wanda is a natural in front of the camera, but she revealed to me that she only started to feel good about taking pictures, when she started gaining confidence in herself a couple of years ago. To see more of Wanda's wonderful work, check out her website HERE.

    Once Upon a Hat

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com February 11 2014, 3:44pm

  • Hat by Carlos HatsThis past weekend I attended a wonderful hat exhibit at Arts Weschester in White Plains, NY. There are over 150 hats, designed by 40 contemporary milliners (including our very own Debra Rapoport) on display through the 12th of April. I'll be posting photos from the opening all week and for some more hat inspiration check out the trailer to my favorite movie below:

    HATtitude

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com February 10 2014, 2:56pm

  • I always love running into this stunning woman when I am photo hunting near Madison Avenue. Every time I've stopped her she has been wearing her signature black hat, a wonderful scarf, coat, and pair of earrings. The other day I finally asked her to describe her style to me and she responded, "I always wear black, it's easy. Then I add some accessories." She definitely has a look all her own, and an elegant one at that.

    Style Consistency

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com February 7 2014, 3:20pm

  •  This gorgeous couple has extraordinary taste in eye-wear. I have had a lot of inquiries about the circle+square glasses below after posting a photo of them on Instagram.  I didn't get a chance to find out where they were from, but I was able to track down a similar pair HERE.

    Double Vision

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com February 6 2014, 2:45pm

  • I love how this woman pairs her mud cloth jacket with Ray-Bans and an ear full of piercings to make a winter look all her own.

    Details

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com February 5 2014, 4:10pm

  • I love how this lady coordinated her winter accessories.

    Coordinated In The Cold

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com February 4 2014, 12:53pm

  • When I complimented this gorgeous couple on how wonderful they looked the gentleman responded, "We are trying to lift New York out of the dark." They posed for a quick photo and were swiftly on their way.

    Uptown Elegance

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com February 3 2014, 4:17pm

  • Tziporah Salamon moved to Los Angeles for the winter and she has been having a ball. I snapped a quick photo of her on her last day in NYC. To keep up an all her exciting activities and lectures on vintage clothing CLICK HERE.

    Tziporah is Off to Hollywood

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 31 2014, 3:35pm

  •  Debra Rapoport took me step by step through her process of winter layering. Most of what she is wearing was either thrifted, gifted, or re-purposed, like the hat she made out of a recycled wool sweater. Check out the photos above to see Debra in action and if you have any questions for her feel free to reach out at debrathenutritionista@gmail.com .

    Winter Layers

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 30 2014, 2:37pm

  • I met Brenda Henriques at Koi Boutique in South Pasadena. Not only did she make her wonderful top, but she also makes a collection of jewelry, sold at Koi, made from a mix of vintage pieces and semi precious stones. To see more of Brenda's incredible work CLICK HERE.

    Brenda Henriques

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 29 2014, 3:57pm

  • We have had a pretty cold start to winter in New York City and it's been a bit to difficult to find style inspiration in a sea of black and brown puffy coats. My friend Maureen braved the cold, puffy coat aside, to come visit me and show me her brand new pink do. After I snapped a quick portrait of her she got back into her coat and headed for the nearest cafe. Maureen's gorgeous scarf and statement glasses are the perfect accessories to add some color and fun to her sensible winter coat. What are your winter style secrets?

    What Are Your Winter Style Secrets?

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 28 2014, 4:33pm

  • Joyce Carpati and Alice Carey have a wonderful look for every season.

    Joyce and Alice

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 27 2014, 3:37pm

  • A Winter Turban

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 24 2014, 2:05pm

  • All Eyewear by l.a. EyeworksWhen I'm out on the street looking for people to photograph I am often drawn to men and women who have a signature look. Most of the ladies and gentleman who appear on this blog eschew the latest trends in favor of their own distinct personal style. Gai Gherardi, co-founder and designer of l.a Eyeworks, is a perfect example of someone dresses in a style all her own. She chooses the fabrics  for all of her stunning pant suits and always looks wonderfully creative and unique. Have you found your signature look yet? Join the conversation and add your own photos our Facebook page HERE.

    A Signature Look

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 23 2014, 5:50pm

  • A Streak of White

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 22 2014, 2:56pm

  • Maryann is one of the most creative dressers I know. I love the way she mixes different textures and fabrics, and adds her own handmade embellishments to create a style that is both on trend and truly unique. Maryann describes the act of dressing up as, "A creative process that brings me closer to my “Self”. It doesn’t really occur to me that people would have a hard time with this; it’s a natural part of my day. My husband asked me recently “What would you call that look?”, and I answered, “It’s just me!”   Here are some of my favorite of Maryann's looks. Which do you like the best?!!!

    Maryann

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 21 2014, 4:15pm

  • I love a pop of color on a grey day!

    Winter Blues

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 20 2014, 5:11pm

  •  I ran into Liz Friedman while photo hunting on the Upper East Side. Last time I photographed her, she was jumping in the air. Check out the photo HERE. When I asked if Liz had any fashion advice to share she replied, " Fashion is trendy, style is forever."

    "Fashion is Trendy, Style is Forever"

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 17 2014, 3:22pm

  • This woman looks perfectly cool for a freezing winter day in NYC.

    Cool Winter

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 17 2014, 3:30am

  • I know you've all been waiting to see what everyone wore to last night's hat party. From vintage and veiled, to homemade and hand embellished, our guests definitely didn't disappoint with their stunning chapeaus. Thanks again to the staff at Off Broadway Boutique for being such great hosts. If you celebrated National Hat Day feel free to add your own hat photos to our Facebook page HERE.

    The Advanced Style Party

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 16 2014, 3:27pm

  • This woman looks perfectly cool for a freezing winter day in NYC.

    Cool Winter

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 15 2014, 2:00pm

  • "One can buy anything but good character, decency, and sensitivity. Those are not for sale."

    Susan

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 14 2014, 3:38pm

  • Illustration by Joana AvillezThis Wednesday is National Hat Day and we are having a party to celebrate. Don your favorite chapeau and please join us for an Advanced Style Hat Day Party. Wednesday, January 15, 2014 Wine and Snacks will be served from 5:00pm-8:00pm Off Broadway Boutique 139 W 72nd Street (between Columbus and Broadway) 212-724-6713 Hosted by: Ari Seth Cohen, "The Countess of Glamour", Joana Avillez Dress Code: Hats Required Price of Admission: Wear a Hat RSVP: advancedstyleinfo@gmail.com

    National Hat Day

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 13 2014, 2:09pm

  • Clothes by Suzi Click Here are the final shots from my visit with Suzi Click. Check out more of her incredible designs HERE.

    More Suzi Click

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 10 2014, 3:30pm

  • Here is the last photo from my trip to New Orleans of vintage dealer Princess Parchuke. Now I'm off to hit the cold streets of NYC!

    Last Night in New Orleans

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 9 2014, 4:05pm

  • Cree McCree is known throughout New Orleans for her incredible costumes and her lively spirit. Not only does she design costumes for many of the annual festivals held in New Orleans, but she also organizes vintage sales throughout the city. After our shoot, Cree wanted to make sure and show me the original label from a vintage hat that she reworked into her own Cree-ation.

    Cree McCree

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 9 2014, 12:30am

  • All Images Courtesy of The Row and Vogue.comWhen I started my blog back in 2008, I noticed how there was a set of younger women who were referencing the style of fashionable older women. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, designers of The Row, are probably the most notable among these chic young ladies who effortlessly mix vintage fashions with their own brand of eccentricity, and personal style. Bravo to the Olsen's for taking one step further in the celebration of older women by casting 64-year-old Linda Rodin in their latest Look Book campaign. Check out an interview with Linda Rodin on Elle.com for more on the shoot HERE.

    Linda Rodin Stars The Row's Latest Look Book

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 8 2014, 8:16pm

  • Cree McCree is known throughout New Orleans for her incredible costumes and her lively spirit. Not only does she design costumes for many of the annual festivals held in New Orleans, but she also organizes vintage sales throughout the city. After our shoot, Cree wanted to make sure and show me the original label from a vintage hat that she reworked into her own Cree-ation.

    Cree McCree

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 8 2014, 4:23pm

  • As soon as I heard that a blizzard was headed East, I packed my bags and boarded a plane to New Orleans for the weekend. I always love traveling and seeing how differently people dress and express themselves in other cities. I'll be posting shots from trip over the next few days. The women I met all seemed to wholeheartedly embrace the creative culture of New Orleans. Many of them either made their own clothes or shopped from local designers. Michele, above, told me that she was wearing a skirt by Olivier Manhatten, a local designer who is on a mission to bring bustle skirts back!

    New Orleans

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 7 2014, 5:13pm

  • I hope everyone has had a great start to 2014. I photographed this woman in California. When I asked about her style she responded, " I just love colors, they brighten up my mood everyday." I thought this would be the perfect photo to post on a rainy day in New York City.

    "Colors Brighten My Mood"

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 6 2014, 5:14pm

  • Linda Davis is the owner of Koi, a wonderful boutique in South Pasadena. Doesn't she have the most incredible hair?!!!

    Silver Age

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com January 2 2014, 1:43pm

  • 2013 has been such an incredible year. I never dreamed that a little blog which I started five years ago would allow me the opportunity to travel the world and meet so many amazing and inspiring people. I am truly thankful for everyone who visits  and comments regularly. Your encouragement and support are the driving force behind a growing movement and shift in how we view the aging process. Here are some of my favorite photos from 2013. Thanks so much for all of your continued support and have a happy, healthy, and safe New Year!!!!!

    Happy New Year: Best of 2013

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com December 31 2013, 4:41pm

  • A trip to Pasadena is never complete without stopping into to see Bliss. She brought along her friend Sox and we had a great lunch at Julienne. I highly recommend the green omelet. Check out her amazing collection of Heavenly Handbags HERE.

    Bliss is Back

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com December 30 2013, 6:06pm

  • Linda Davis is the owner of Koi, a wonderful boutique in South Pasadena. Doesn't she have the most incredible hair?!!!

    Silver Age

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com December 30 2013, 1:43pm

  • Vest by Suzi ClickLast weekend I visited artist and designer Suzi Click at the historic Crossroads of The World Shopping Mall in Los Angeles. She was having a sale of her work at The Graus Haus, an incredible shop full of wearable art and accessories. I picked up a great jacket for my mom and got some new shots of Suzi. Check out more of her fantastic work HERE  .

    Suzi Click at The Grau Haus

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com December 26 2013, 4:25pm


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