We love great stylists with great stories, which is why we sat down with legend June Ambrose to discuss dressing nineties icons (and everyone in between) from Missy Elliot and Jay Z to R. It’s hard not to swoon in the presence of an icon like Ambrose, and like most of our favorite fashion greats, she’s of course a foodie at heart.
Martens combat boots “are going to be the fall shoe,” predicts Ambrose. Martens Junior Delaney patent, , drmartens.com) A cotton or silk varsity jacket adds individuality to basic separates, says Ambrose, who encourages mixing prints.(Zara floral bomber jacket, .90, Zara.com) Adorning a ponytail with a quirky headband evokes a “supercool Gwen Stefani” vibe, Ambrose tells Us. See the person you want to become; aspire to be your alter ego. Advice to women getting up, looking in the mirror and getting dressed in the morning… 3 words to describe the style decade we’re in right now… His Carnegie Hall performance was pretty magical and the cover of was an iconic triumph. When I made a light-up suit powered by a car battery for The Fugees.
In the same vein as ‘what is the new black,’ what is ‘the new potato’ right now? Here are picks that will please even the fussiest teen.The Effortless Style author says this “easy, breezy” denim button-down pick allows girls “freedom to move but still look put together.” (Ralph Lauren cotton Blue Chambray Pintuck Shirt Dress, 4, alexaandalexa.com) The NYC-based stylist notes that a whimsical charm bracelet injects “flavor.” (Kitsch Tassel Charm Bracelet, , nordstrom.com) Dr."The average woman doesn't have a Kim Kardashian body so I wanted the DNA of it to have a solution and this is the solution for that.That's what I spent time working on with the technical design team." When it came to the inspiration behind the new venture June says it was an even mix between glamour and grunge.Back-to-school shopping can be stressful — which is why Us Weekly enlisted celeb stylist June Ambrose to assemble first-day outfits!