Our founder, Nevena Borissova, styled a Spring 2013 editorial featuring the hottest graphics of the season against the art-covered walls of Miami’s Wynwood Arts District with photographer Leonardo Corredor. Little did she know then that Wynwood Rising would land in Vogue Brasil along with a feature on her and how she’s built CURVE! Our friends at Image Amplified were kind enough to feature the shoot on their website, and we couldn’t be prouder of Nevena! Enjoy some bonus behind-the-scenes pix of the incredible art after the jump! Big thanks goes to Leonardo, Brandon Fogel from CURVE Soleil, Virginia Le Fay, Karina @ Front Management, El Chan Guri, Jona Cerwinske, Sancrisabel, Brisky Gallery, Dorst Gallery, and a special muito obrigado to Vogue Brasil!
Confirming what all of us as CURVE has known all along (we’re employees and fans), Refinery29 selected Nevena as one of the chicest boutique owners in Los Angeles! In the article, she tells Brenna Egan how she got her start, what she’s learned along the way and what she’s obsessed with now!! (Hint: it comes from across the pond!)
Nevena has been COVETEUR’D! See the Coveteur girls Erin & Stephanie take a trip through Nevena’s beautiful modern home in West Hollywood, learn about how stylish her son Dorian is, and of course to see the main attraction: HER CLOSET!! Seriously a thing of envy, Nevena’s closet is the culmination of all of her travels, her keen eye for silhouettes and palettes, and her lifelong love of fashion. Plus her organization is beyond! Jake Rosenberg‘s photos are absolutely beautiful, and The Coveteur team did an awesome job!!!
Enjoy some behind the scenes images and the full article after the jump!
Last week, Nevena doled out more of her fashion expertise at another style clinic to Soho House members in New York last week. Following the success of the Style Clinic Nevena gave on menswear in women’s fashion last year, The Soho House expanded her how-to’s nationwide! The topic this time? Sizzling summer trends!
If last weekend’s weather at Coachella threw you off as much as it did us…you know how confusing your suit case looked when you got out to the desert! This weekend, packing will be much easier as the weather will be normal…a cool 110 degrees! follow our lead and you’ll be looking good and staying cool.
A football jersey never looked so good and whatever your color team is, we got it. We’re all loving the jersey tops over a matching mesh long sleeve and the Zilla black shredded jeans on bottom. We’re feeling the homage to the high school sporty kid gone rogue. Not to worry! we didn’t forget about you girlie girls…the lurex silver mini dresses are beyond sexy and in two different styles, some lucky ladies are about to look really freakin’ hot! You know how it is with Marant, so don’t miss out!
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Jean Paul Gaultier, fashion’s enfant terrible, made his debut as a designer in the 1970s by developing his own dress code that reflected his love for pop culture. Gaultier is famous for using his designs to bring gender issues to the forefront through androgynous designs, and always showcasing ethnic diversity in his shows. He garnered worldwide fame for his iconic work on Madonna’s Blonde Ambition tour in the early 90s, and he remains at the forefront of the fast moving fashion world of today.
The De Young museum in San Francisco celebrates Gaultier’s 35 years in fashion, showcasing 140 couture and prêt-à-porter designs created between the 70s and 2010, along with numerous sketches, archival documents, fashion photographs, and video clips that spotlight Gaultier’s collaborations throughout the years. We’re most excited about the animated mannequins who talk and sing! Stay tuned for images from the exhibit at the De Young museum!
The wait was unbearable, miserable even…but alas, it’s here. Helmut Lang continues to deliver their signature aesthetic with splashes of color and sporty flair for Spring. If you didn’t think it was possible to look like you and Kobe could duke it out one on one AND look shit hot, think again.
Here’s the latest model tendency Nevena’s spotted on models off the runway – colored denim:
I don’t know who’s more upset, the Marlboro cowboys all over the world, or the ghost of James Dean…but gone are the days of the good ole’ blue jean. It’s all about colored denim as of late, anything from Mother Denim’s hot pink hue or their butter cup yellow. We’re wearing them with chunky neutral sweaters or a putty peplum blazer for a more refined look. No matter what your style is, incorporating colored denim into your wardrobe is a must…my apologies, John Wayne!