Philipp Plein has had an interesting start.  While studying law in Germany, he began to design furniture, and soon caught the attention of interior designers.  In 1998, his company was founded, of which he focused on interiors, and in 2004, the fashion brand was born, consisting of clothing and accessories.

These heels, uniquely called “Feed Me“, flaunt the namesake’s signature aesthetic: Bold, sexy, and very rock’n’roll.  Style them with faded black skinny jeans, a t-shirt and blazer for a refined punk-rocker look, à la Kate Moss or Angelina Jolie‎.

 Philipp Plein 'Feed Me' pumps, $1,371.63

Philipp Plein ‘Feed Me’ pumps, $1,371.63

PHILIPP PLEIN 'Feed Me' pumps

PHILIPP PLEIN 'Feed Me' pumps


What are your thoughts on these heels?  Would you wear them?


Punk’s Not Dead: Designer’s Exclusive Punk Collections

lambskin & macrame dress

Anthony Vaccarello Lambskin and Macrame Dress, $7,405


If you were one of the lucky few to have attended the Met Gala this year, well, I probably want your autograph.  But if you’ve been one of the lucky ones to have visited the Punk Exhibition at the Met, you probably know how amazing and intricate every one of the specially curated outfits are.  If you’ve got a couple grand to spare, you can get your hands on some of the exclusive collections created by Givenchy, Prabal Gurung, Thom Browne, Balmain, and (of course) Vivienne Westwood, among others.  And, if not, at least feel free to feast your eyes upon the amazing collections available at Moda Operandi.  

Here are some of my favorites below:

pandora clutch

Charlotte Olympia x Tom Binns, $1,495

doc martens

Dr Martens Graffiti’d by Klughaus, $445

vintage watch

Foundwell Customized Vintage Cartier Watch, $11,900

anarchist sweatshirt

Ashish sweatshirt, $625

Check out the other amazing looks here.  Have a lovely day, and if you’re in the area, I strongly suggest you check out the exhibit!