If you’ve ever walked along the Highline in New York City, you might have noticed a faceted glass structure sitting atop the DVF flagship store and design studio. You may have even heard people speculate that it is Diane von Furstenberg‘s penthouse apartment to which she retreats to, on occasion, after a long day’s work – and we can only imagine how hard this woman works. Well, it’s true and it’s magnificent. Check out the rest of her fashionable Manhattan penthouse, in all it’s bohemian, eccentric, DVF-like glory, here!
Not afraid of mixing and matching bold colors with sweet prints and quirky layers, Chris Benz is truly our very own “Prints Charming.” Floral prints and afghan shawls with paillettes were vintage inspired, sweaters tied at the waist had a 90’s grunge feel to them, and the incorporation of lurex and denim felt fresh and new. Everything was personalized to Chris’ liking, from Chris Benz x The Cambridge Satchel Company bags to the jewelry by The Woods and from the headwear by Triviál New York to the backdrop from Anthropologie. It was perfection.
Thank you to everyone who came downtown last Thursday for Fashion’s Night Out at Vince Camuto. Creativity and enthusiasm flooded the New York City flagship store with DIYers embellishing their own custom shoe-printed tote bags with fabric pens, rhinestones, and studs – all while sipping champagne, snacking on sweet treats, dancing to some hot beats and trying on shoes from a selection of our favorite fall picks! And to top it all off, Mr. Camuto himself even signed a handful of shoes for his loyal fans. It was definitely an evening to remember . . . we hope to see you all again next year!
It was all about a crisp pallet of black and white, with hints of pink, baby blue, and yellow, for Tibi this season. Amy Smilovic wonderfully incorporated washed denim, sheer mesh, leather, linen, and a single, trippy kaleidoscope print into a collection of mid-length dresses, cropped tops, blouses, skirts and slouchy suits. So chic, stylish and incredible wearable!