When your mom's or dad's profession is focused on tour dates and album releases instead of office hours and conference calls, you have an obligation to look as cool as the rest of the entourage. Inspired by these little offspring of the rock and roll elite, we've found five ways that your own tot can achieve the same stage-worthy style . . . even if their parents' go-to attire is business casual.
Grab your Wayfarers and sunscreen, Coachella will be rockin' the desert next week. The outdoor music festival never fails to put me in the mood for the warmer seasons; something about the glistening sea of celebrities, hipsters, and musicians outfitted in denim, tie dye, American flags, flowy florals, and vintage baubles makes beach and barbecue days seem not far off. If you can't afford the Coachella Safari Tent, add a few of these rock fest-inspired home accoutrements. Instead of going for the tough leather and studs vibe, à la Diesel's new home line, I chose some pieces that embody the concert's laid-back, sweeter side.
Spotted: The City's Whitney Port supporting the lovely Rachel Roy at her show during New York Fall Fashion Week. Whitney talks to us about being a young designer and what she looks for in her own collection: wearable, glamorous pieces with a rock 'n roll vibe and a touch of sophistication that can take you from day to night.
If you've got a wild child who likes to get down, dress him up in some duds that showcase his musical style. Pint-sized concert tees featuring the best of the 80's touring bands are all the rage right now, with even the smallest sizes sporting logos from great arena bands. From Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band to Kiss and Run DMC, the shirts are more likely to reflect mama's rock and roll days than her wee ones. If your concert souvenirs have bitten the dust, check out some of our top replica picks.