Embroidered tunics, soft linens, drawstring pants, slit maxi skirts, and cozy layers . . . how does Ulla Johnson know exactly what I want to wear everyday?
Putting a rebellious and outdoorsy twist on east coast prep, Bellerose is simply killing it with their spring lookbook.
Haitian-Italian designer Stella Jean just kills it collection after collection. The styling is always spot on as it really doesn't get better than impeccably tailored wax printed cottons paired with vintage-
It's no surprise that Argentinian designer Maia Bergman's final collection, before graduating from Central St. Martin's School of Design, put her in the running for the 2013 H&M Design Award.
Doesn't the styling in Mango's summer catalog make you want to immediately pack your bags and jetset to the most faraway destination?!
Rarely do we ever share the same collection twice but Ulyana Sergeenko's spring couture lookbook is just too damn good not to swoon over it a second time. The hats, the gowns, the embroidered sunglasses, the cinched waists . . . the DRAMA!
Mixing traditional Americana with modern nostalgia, designer Kelsy Carleen Parkhouse has our hearts aflutter with her impressive debut collection. The Pratt graduate and recent recipient of the
Micaela Greg, a San Francisco based knitwear company, was founded by sisters Marie and Karen Potesta who produce all their pieces with the softest Egyptian cotton and cashmere imported from Italy. The simple silhouettes and muted palettes