Ponytails have been aplenty at New York Fashion Week – some more streamlined with just an elastic tied at the nape. Some were dressed with a few twists, velvet wraps and ribbon ties. Either way, these simple and effortless pulled back looks are easy to replicate at home!
Designer Luis Galliussi’s house in Ibiza is a dream. I love how the natural, rustic elements contrast against the white washed walls and how the colorful textiles provide the perfect pops of color in the somewhat minimalist rooms. And pom poms hanging from wicker sconces!? Yes.
With New York Fashion Week underway in record breaking freezing temperatures, I couldn’t be happier seeing experimental layering, new knitwear silhouettes and luxurious outerwear on the runway. These are our favorite collections thus far:
Sies Marjan : Dries Van Noten’s former creative director Sander Lak debuted his first collection yesterday and had everyone abuzz with his feminine and youthful ease. Pretty pastels and abstract floral prints were offset by sophisticated neutrals and 90s inspired silk cargo pants and skirts are sure to be on many wish lists come fall. Can’t wait to see more from Sander!
A Détacher: Mona Kowalska combined elements of “cowboy, biker and oversize” into a collection that left us all aspiring to layer the A Détacher way. We’re loving the pops of bubble gum pink under sweater skirts and tailored blazers worn over long tunics and trousers. And the knit head wraps worn under beanies? Copying, stat.
I’m never not in the market for a new, old rug. So you can see how after stumbling upon interior designer Veronica Hamlet‘s collection of vintage Moroccan rugs, pillows and baskets, I know I’m in trouble. The vibrant colors and distinctive patterns . . . be still my heart and be kind to my wallet.