Just about everything from Maison Scotch's spring collection is begging to be packed up for a vacation overseas.
Argentinian designer Leandro Dominguez aims to represent a textile narrative in his collections. I can honestly live in every single one of these pieces from the warm, earth toned knitwear to the nature-inspired printed jackets and pants.
Inspired by her Creole heritage and her upbringing in Rome, Italian-Haitian designer Stella Jean merges both cultures with traditional wax prints and modern shapes.
I first discovered and fell in love with Hoss Intropia while living in Spain. Season after season, the collections have epitomized incredible romance and femininity. It's no wonder that the designer behind it all, Paloma Vá
I did not know it was possible to love a designer as much as I love Ulyana Sergeenko. After her debut collection, which had my jaw to the floor, she has produced another extraordinary collection for spring.
Charlotte Taylor's Fall 2012 lookbook is wonderfully dark, dreamy, and even a bit cooky. Her innate ability to flawlessly mix bold prints with equally strong colors is magical.
Can you imagine a steam engine train pulling onto a runway, inside Paris' Cour Carrée, with models deboarding in 19th century travel heritage inspired looks? And each with their own porter carrying luggage? Well, it happened -
Annie, get your gun - we're headed West! Only Isabel Marant can transform yoked cowboy shirts, leather gaucho pants, lace prairie blouses, and embroidered suede booties into an incredibly fresh, effortless, and all around covetable collection.