the checklist

dive into tuesday with warby parker+more.

The Curator: Liza Darwin, Digital Editorial Director

The News: Get a First Look at Agyness Deyn's New Clothing Line!

I've personally been stalking the news of Agyness Deyn's new label Title A ever since I first got word that the model was working on a line of androgynous staples. If you know Aggy (or her Doc Martens collections), then you know that she's not one to play by the fashion rules--she likes to bend and break and push the status quo, which is precisely why she's so cool. Check out what the Londoner has to say about finding feminism in fashion, getting inspo from Annie Hall, and how to pull off her signature effortless beauty in this New York magazine interview above. 

The Look: Warby Parker Waterway Collection

Leave it to the Warby Parker kids to make me want to play hooky, run to the nearest pool/beach/body of water, and dive right in. All the while wearing the brand's Waterway collection of specs, duh. The company is re-introducing five of its most popular styles of glasses in a poolside-inspired color palette, and I'm completely obsessed. Anyone else want to join me...?

The Face: NYX Skin Elixir Balance

Whether you've spent all weekend hanging out in the sun or just wake up feeling less than stellar, this NYX primer will be your secret weapon. Formulated with tea tree oil, it's a multitasking product that soothes, softens, and preps your skin for makeup--all the while giving your face a refreshingly tingly wakeup call. While it's sold out online (sorry!) you can still snatch one up at your local CVS. 

The Inspiration: Instagram Outlaws 

Say hello to your newest Instagram obsession, a subgroup of NYC young adults who scale buildings and bridges, all in the name of the perfect shot. They're rad to follow on your feed, but a warning: DON'T try this at home. 

The Song: "Games for Girls" by Say Lou Lou

HAIM will be dropping their new video for "My Song" today (watch this space!), but while I wait? I'm tuning into another killer sister act, Say Lou Lou. The Australian-Swedish twins recruited Lindstrom for their new track "Games For Girls," and it's pure bubblegum electro-pop awesomeness. Listen here.