Photo by Victoria Stern.
For this week’s installment of Conversations of Style, we met up with Bob Myaing, manager and buyer for Old City boutique Art in the Age.
The effortlessly cool guy let us in on why he doesn’t take fashion too seriously, what his most recent purchase was, the men’s trend he hates most, and where his disposable income really goes. Plus, we got the scoop on his favorite summer drink. (Hint: It’s a spin on a classic.)
Psst: View the slideshow in full-screen mode for a much better look at Myaing’s style.
More all-American style ahead!
Photography by Sean Murray.
For this week’s installment of Conversations of Style, Shoppist met with Lacquer Lounge owner Lisa McElhone at her wonderfully girly, recently opened Rittenhouse location. We picked the beauty’s brains about her biggest splurge (Ed. note: We can vouch that it was totally worth it), who she’s inspired by and the ever-important: nail art or basic mani? (It’s the “boxers or briefs?” equivalent for nail mavens.)
For this week’s installment of Conversations of Style, we invited CEO and co-founder of EnA Jewelry Karen Moustafellos to Shoppist HQ. We got the scoop on her favorite piece of jewelry (an impressive feat for a jewelry designer), her inspiration and what she can’t leave the house without. Plus, find out the secret behind her fab closet.
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For this week’s installment of Conversations of Style, Shoppist met with Knit Wit owner Ann Gitter to chat about her most recent purchase, who she’s inspired by (hint: it’s not who you might suspect), and the current state of her closet. Plus, find out the secret to her impeccably chic uniform.
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For this week’s installment of Conversations of Style, Shoppist sat down with style blogger and Philly’s sweetest fashionisto to talk about fashion pet peeves, where he shops, what he’s buying, and his biggest fashion splurge to date. See more at Boy Gone Blog. Bring on the pocket squares!
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This morning, UNIQLO officially opened its KOP doors in fabulous global fashion. Traditional Japanese taiko drummers took the stage at 5pm—lining up in front of the store and playing every hour until closing time (they’ll be there all weekend, too, starting at noon!). The brand’s U.S. CEO, Larry Meyer, came to town for the opening—and to check on the progress of the Chestnut Street store (more on that next week).
Shoppist spoke with him about the state of malls in general (“There is something to be said about community and socializing, even if you can buy things online. People still go to the movies even though you can watch everyone on TV. I’m not worried about it at this point”), where he gets his shoes (“I like the Italians”), and what sets UNIQLO apart from other inexpensive “fast-fashion” retailers (“constant innovation”).
But then we got down to the basics: What makes this major fashion executive tick? What inspires him and—most importantly—is his closet also organized like a UNIQLO store? It’s our first installment of Conversations of Style, in which we pose six questions to the most stylish people we know.
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