Concerned with your spring looks? Confused with your wardrobe choices for the new season? Now you can stop worrying! Because the High Priestess of American fashion has got you covered, boo!
Read about the fourteen times Mary McFadden showed us how it is really done!
That time Mary McFadden embroidered a terrific cropped bolero-jacket and made us feel real rich
That time Mary McFadden showed us how to wear one single, oversized earring while looking altogether demure.
That time Mary McFadden was chilling in her apartment wearing THIS because Mary McFadden likes to keep things simple.
That time Mary McFadden smothered her models with gold foundation and had them looking like some obscure deities from an ancient past because it’s either that or bust.
That time Mary McFadden looked stately at the Metropolitan Museum and reminded us that there’s more to life than brunch and the other frivolities we concern ourselves with.
That time Mary McFadden said NO to normcore
That time Mary McFadden decided that there is really no point in wearing a necklace around your neck when you can actually wear it around your WHOLE torso.
That time Mary McFadden taught everyone that one does not need to gel-down one’s baby hair to look splendid. Mary McFadden was probably talking to you, FKA Twigs.
That time Mary McFadden was waiting for the pizza guy at home and then thought she should make herself comfortable for a cozy night in.
That time Mary McFadden suggested that collecting stamps and Pokemon cards is nice, but that’s not what Mary McFadden would do.
That time Mary McFadden went to visit her friend down the road and decided to put all the posers at all the fashion weeks in the world to shame.
That time Mary McFadden did this 35 years before Chanel SS2014
That time Mary McFadden was wow so surprised to be photographed at home by Horst, that Mary McFadden decided to go for a pared down look that makes our idea of chic look like a Heinz tinned soup.
That time Mary McFadden rolled up the sleeves of this quilted jacket because there’s pleasure and then there’s business.
By Matteo Sarti