Moda Operandi‘s latest campaign captures the romance and femininity of spring’s key trends with Suno‘s retro printed cut-out dress, Meadham Kirchhoff‘s “yes” tee, Marc Jacobs‘ checkered gown, and Giles‘ leather gown (my all time favorite). Hallelujah, spring is here!!
For Rebecca Atwood, inspiration comes from her experiences growing up in Cape Cod as well as the places she’s traveled, the nature she’s seen, and the family heirlooms she’s collected. The Brooklyn based artist began her design career at Anthropologie and has now started her own eponymous collection of hand-dyed pillows and framed artwork, which launches today. Incorporating fiber reactive dyes and traditional techniques like Shibori for dyeing and printing, Rebecca works in small batches and will occasionally repeat the dying process for that beautiful depth of color. We so appreciate the rich quality of her work and cannot wait to get our hands on a set on indigo-dyed pillows!
We love shoes but Jenna Lyons loves shoes. I mean, loves. All of her 289 pairs to be exact. When the style icon talks about the inspiration behind and the making of J.Crew’s Italian shoe collection, which is designed in New York and then produced in a small workshop in Italy, we can’t help but “ooh” and “aah” over the collection’s traffic stopping color palette, sweet floral prints, and sparkly glitter accents. Killin’ it.
Kelly Wearstler is wooing us yet again with another opulent collection of jewels. We love the combination of bold industrial components like screws and bolts with natural elements like shells and stones – as if each bauble came out of a futuristic Cabinet of Natural Curiosities!
Inky florals jackets, bleached out printed denim, striped linen, stonewashed jeans, and embellished oxford shirts . . . leave it to J.Crew to get us in the indigo mood with their March style guide. Bring on the blues!
I’m loving these ombré squash blossom necklaces, spotted on Chiara from The Blonde Salad during fashion week. If you have a moment, check out the rest of Doloris Petunia’s collection of hand-dyed crystal necklaces.