(May lookbook via Zara)
Earlier this spring I went on a roadtrip along Highway 1, halfway to San Francisco from LA, to Cambria. I loved driving through vineyards, rolling green hills covered in wildflowers, farms, untouched beaches filled with elephant seals, and of course, exploring the legendary Hearst Castle. With its spectacular and picturesque views, Highway 1 is something everyone should see for themselves.
Can we discuss how pretty this Bettina Liano ruffled peach sorbet dress is? I’m also loving the floral pants, denim shorts and white tailored sheer shirt over the quilted corset dress. Each look is so wonderfully refreshing from this fabulous Australian line!
Each year the French Ministry of Culture and Communication invites a leading artist to create a work that responds to the exceptional architectural space of the Grand Palais in Paris. For Monumenta 2011 Indian-born artist Anish Kapoor has created Leviathan, a 75,000 cubic-meter balloon made of PVC vinyl. While the exterior may appear to be opaque and aubergine in color, the inside, which visitors are welcome to enter, is a translucent cherry red. If you know me well, you’ll know that I have an unexplainable fear of balloons. But if I were in Paris, this would just be too damn good to pass up experiencing in person. Honestly, incroyable!
Oh, the “flatform” . . . dislike the name almost as much as the word “jeggings” but love that they give the balls of my feet a break while still adding several inches of height. Here are some of my favorite reasonably leveled platforms for those long summer strolls ahead.
(Clockwise from top left: Vena Cava Suzanne $388 Delman Carrie $250, Jeffrey Campbell Douma $179, Cooperative Janis $59, Michael Kors Triple Buckle $750, Modern Vintage Wedge $250, Ecote Macrame Platform $59, Jeffrey Campbell Suebee $140; bottom image via Vogue.com)