How the superbly soulful (and super-sexy) lead singer of Grace Potter and the Nocturnals stays bluesy-chic and performance-ready while on tour.
Stylish yet comfortable, these flowing styles impart both elegance and bohemian cool.
Everybody needs at least one great all-purpose pair. We shopped for every body type so you get the maximum flattering fit.
These days, she's hitting the summer tour circuit with her latest band, Jenny and Johnny which like the name suggests, is Jenny and her longtime creative companion (and now boyfriend), Jonathan Rice. As a veteran of the road, Jenny knows exactly what to pack and has some pretty good beauty tips for those of us who frequent hot-water-less motels. Much like her song lyrics, Jenny's personal style reflects all that is so right (and sometimes a little wrong) with her beloved L.A. Watch the video for their single "Big Wave" from the album I'm Having Fun Now and click through to see what's inside Jenny's suitcase.
With warm weather (hopefully) comes an exotic escape. Pack your bags with sweet sundresses, earthy accessories and, of course, a killer swimsuit that's as flattering as it is eye-catching.
It's the season of three-day-long getaways, and we've streamlined everything you need for a seaside adventure, making packing a fuss-free, five-minute no-brainer.
Singer Alejandra Deheza and multi-instrumentalist Benjamin Curtis, the duo behind dreampop band School of Seven Bells, first met when their previous bands both scored opening slots for Interpol in 2004. Now, with two albums under their belt, including the recent Disconnect from Desire, and a devoted following, they're hitting the road yet again—performing this month in Dallas and at Bonnaroo in June. We checked in with the pixie-like lyrical genius—whose style is as ethereal and cool as her voice—to see what she's packing. From beautifully odd necklaces shaped like ribcages to the latest downtown-tinged threads from Seneca Rising, her suitcase is full of offbeat gems. Watch the group’s video for, "I L U" here, and click through to check out Deheza's travel-musts.
It's tough to say which is more infectious: Best Coast's deliciously hazy, '60s-influenced surf pop, or band member (and veritable indie It Girl) Bethany Cosentino's personal style—a heavenly fusion of urban hipster and retro California dreamer.
When French electropop artist Julie Budet of Yelle hits the road, she does not pack light. From glittery dresses fit only for a performer to her much-loved Levi's cutoffs, she’s got a whimsical style solution for wherever her itinerary takes her.
From her blunt raven bangs to her white leather Keds, Alexis Krauss—one half of the Brooklyn-based noise-pop duo Sleigh Bells—has the cool girl thing down pat.