Cindy Sherman recently relocated from Sag Harbor to the Springs, an artsy East Hampton enclave where other masters of 20th century art, like Jackson Pollock, Lee Krasner, and Willem de Kooning, once lived. She purchased an old, 19th century farmhouse and, with the help of designer Billy Cotton, transformed it into a bohemian oasis. I love the bold, yet restrained, use of pattern, color and texture!
Modern romance is epitomized in Julia Kalmanovich‘s spring collection. The Russian designer, who grew up in Moscow, is inspired by her mother’s classical style as well as her love of the ballet and traditional theater. I’m obsessed with the cobalt tailored faille trousers paired with the tweed jacket and the black and white off the shoulder dress with bell sleeves. Want, need!
I spent the better part of yesterday drooling over Haleigh’s, of Making Magique, photographs from her recent family trip to Peru. Her journey to Cuzco, the Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu, and Lima has convinced my boyfriend and I to finally make the trip to this colorful and culture-rich country. How can you not want to share her experience?