Wow. Dries Van Noten has swept me away to a glamourous world where utilitarian cottons and linens are gilded with gold, accented with Bedouin-inspired textiles, and adorned with pleated ruffles. The collection brought on a feeling of exploration and had me daydreaming of jetsetting to exotic destinations . . . wearing nothing but Dries, of course.
We live for Diana Moss’ comparison series, combining fashion and art. Her visual brilliance has blown our minds again with this series combining looks from Delpozo‘s spring collection and works of art, including some from Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot – the artist who was designer Josep Font’s inspiration.
We recently collaborated with jewelry designer extraordinaire Lisa Salzer, of Lulu Frost, to design a limited edition charm bracelet and we’re so thrilled to finally be able share it with you! What makes this bracelet so special are the 10 unique number charms. Different Victorian lockets and vintage pendants from Lisa’s archive were used as inspiration for each silhouette and the original font from New York’s iconic Plaza Hotel inspired each single digit number. With the addition of a couple of pearls and a crystal leaf, this charm bracelet allows everyone to have their own meaningful jewelry statement. And with a pair of pliers and jump rings, you can add more mementos, making it an even more memorable keepsake. Head over to the Lulu Frost blog to find out more about why Lauren and I chose our favorite numbers, 7 and 5 respectively. So tell us, what’s your lucky number?
So many great artistic series have come from Instagram – Theron Humphrey’s Maddie the Coonhound, Murad Osmann’s Follow Me To, and Jeremy Veach’s Norm the Pug. Now there’s Andre Levy’s ongoing art project Tales You Lose. The Brazilian designer paints coins collected from his travels and turns them into tiny little treasures. Love this.