Sarah Burton took inspiration from 40’s workwear and 60’s flower children for Alexander McQueen’s resort collection. Jackets nipped at the waist with military-style belts and exaggerated utility pockets and apron dresses were complimented by midriff baring tops, flared floral pants, and macramé halter gowns. Hippie dippy factory girl!
Inspired to promote local artisanship and to pursue environmentally sustainable practices, designers Georgia Tribuiani and Clarice Chin have added a new twist to the traditional net bag by adding soft leather handles and a vibrant dip dye job. They’re a pretty chic alternative to paper or plastic!
This eclectic Los Angeles bungalow belongs to John Eshaya, the founder of Jet clothing. Details, like the colorful textiles covering his outdoor living room, the steamer trunk as a bar, the surfboard in the bathroom and his tower of orange Hermès boxes, are awe-inspiring and pure eye candy.