Capsule Curated Picks: Stephanie of Bullett Media


In the last (but definitely not least) installment of our Capsule NY Womens Curated Picks, we invited Bullett Magazine's Fashion Market Editor, Stephanie Singer to come and find the best of the best in the racks on racks at Capsule. She put together a list of pieces and the curation began. Come check out the crazy ish she found and lust over the pieces you never knew you needed (sorry...!) Until next season...


To me, Capsule is all about the fun, funk and flavor. I had the best time scouring the rows/racks on racks at NYC Women’s Capsule–the brands there bring you pieces you never knew you needed in your life. Much like my market picks seen here.

This high wasted little number by Skotison can be part of the perfect look to accompany your wild summer night. Blame it on the full moon.

This gauzy top...tulle is a cool fabric to layer in unexpected ways. Ann-Sofie Back is one to watch with her leathers as well. Who knew 80s tulle could be so cool.

Base range makes the most amazing bodysuits-now they are getting into swim. This is the softest terry cloth and perfect pink bikini to get you right in with the cabana boys.

These Marais mules caught my attention with their color and easy heel. Perfect pop off a total white look.

Just when I thought I'd had enough of emoji inspired goods, this is a love song brought us one with sequins. I don’t need a song to be in love. Cue the vocals.

No explanation needed. Wake up and put on the roses curtesy of Portland Garment Factory.

Not just a choker-its pink and expandable too. Day Dream Nation you're killing me softly.

Chris Habana-this ring is a web I would like to get stuck in

Maid In Love: Area 51 or Pier 36? Alien invasion on my patterned pencil skirt.