Boy, oh boy. Tailored blazers, boyfriend cardigans, cropped jackets, slouchy trousers, breezy skirts, soft pastels & blacks, mirrored sunnies and neon trimmed handbags?! I’m hungry for just about everything from Olivier Theyskens‘ third collection for Theory. Laid back cool with a touch of je ne sais quoi . . . it’s just too good.
Honestly, does it get any better than Suno? Max Osterweis and Erin Beatty, the duo behind one of our favorite lines, has done blown us away with their mix of beachy-tropical prints and patterns, as well as their use of the boldest and palest of colors. Add a handful of far out accessories, a brilliantly styled lookbook and we’re reassured that no, it doesn’t get any better. Check out a little behind the scenes action and the inspiration behind their Resort 2011 collection here.
Inspired by Tippi Hedren and Eva Marie Saint, starlets known for their roles in iconic Alfred Hitchcock films, Erdem Moralioglu dubbed his Resort 2012 collection Slightly Hitchcockian. I’m crushing on the watercolor floral prints, delicate lace, high contrast colors, and ladylike silhouettes . . . Classically Erdemian.
Loving the latest handsome essentials and neutral summer stylings from Madewell . . .
Can we discuss how pretty this Bettina Liano ruffled peach sorbet dress is? I’m also loving the floral pants, denim shorts and white tailored sheer shirt over the quilted corset dress. Each look is so wonderfully refreshing from this fabulous Australian line!
I’m still swooning over Zimmermann‘s latest collection, titled Halcyon Days, from Australian Fashion Week. Every detail, from the watercolor florals and the fresh tones to the geometric panelling and the handworked lace cutouts, is wow-inducing. I want to live in Zimmermann all summer long . . .
(images from here)