French model Clementine Desseaux shows us how to effortlessly transition in to spring during the (hopefully few!) remaining chilly days we have left before it starts to get warm. She styled the Collared Shift Dress from Lucie Lu with her signature French flair. “I love this dress! With these super thick tights, I can stay warm while still showing a little leg for a casting or a cute night in the city.” We’re dying to emulate her enviable French model off-duty look!
On the set of our photo shoots model Clementine Desseaux has a developed a reputation for offering up great style tips—she’s an expert at effortlessly blending trends and she always knows how to complete the look. “My personal style is a mix of my boyfriend’s pieces and sexy, quirky, feminine, touches. I love great fabrics and cuts more than anything!” she says. Clem shared her style secrets over lattes and croissants at Maman, one of her favorite French bakeries, where Clem showed us how she’d put her signature twist on some of her favorite Gwynnie Bee pieces, including our Three Dots Brushed Sweater with Silk Collar.
With February 14th just around the corner, we turned to model muse and all around cool girl Clementine Desseaux for a little Valentine’s Day style inspiration. Clem introduces tomboy charm and biker babe attitude to a holiday that’s traditionally dominated by flirty femme fashion for two trendy, sexy outfits that are sure to turn heads.
Gwynnie Bee and PEOPLE StyleWatch Magazine teamed up to style select looks from our Photo-Ready Collection, an amazing selection of pieces curated by Gwynnie Bee member and PEOPLE StyleWatch Magazine Photo Director Rosaliz Jimenez. Gwynnie Bee stylist Caitlin Scofield and PEOPLE StyleWatch stylist Joiee Thorpe joined Rosaliz in styling 4 pieces that we’re currently obsessing over. Rosaliz tells us how each look came together.
Today Gwynnie Bee attended the Fashion Forward Conference in NYC where the worlds of women’s fashion, social media, and motherhood intersected, sparking new dialogues about how to foster creative and collaborative communities.
By Sarah Chiwaya
While attending the Chromat show at MADE Fashion Week, I realized one of the models on the runway looked very familiar. Then it hit me – it was Kailee O’Sullivan, a face I see modeling Gwynnie Bee garments all the time. Since she was now modeling for two of my favorite companies, I wanted to take the opportunity to chat with her about the experience of walking in a NYFW show, something usually reserved for straight size models.
GB Member Sarah Chiyawa caught our attention with her new hashtag #plussizeplease created to encourage stores to carry a wider ranges of sizes. Here, Sarah tells us about how she came up with the idea and how it’s beginning to effect some real change within the industry.
As a plus size woman, it can take a lot of imagination to look at a magazine and picture how you would look in the clothes. Some companies are stepping up big time by working to celebrate curves not traditionally seen, and Swimsuits For All is the most recent company to make me stand up and applaud.
Eden Miller of Cabiria welcomes us into her Queens apartment for a look into her multi-purpose design/living space.
We were so psyched to see the ASOS Curve Spot Print in Coral on the hilarious Aidy Bryant of SNL. She joined actor Seth Rogan in a set of side splitting promos for an upcoming episode.