Remember Mamika, the superhero alter ego of photographer Sacha Goldberger‘s grandmother Frederika? Well, now she’s back but with a new sidekick and love interest: Mister Papika! They make a mighty fine duo if I must say myself.
Drawing inspiration from Bonjour Tristesse, a bittersweet tragedy set in the French Rivieria, and Wong Kar Wai’s In the Mood For Love, a dramatic love story set in Hong Kong, Erdem Moralioglu certainly set the mood this season with a collection of cool toned floral prints, sheer lace overlays, and classically elegant silhouettes. Add une chapeau and a pair of lace gloves and voila, the Erdem girl is ready for a season of weddings, showers, garden parties . . . and romance, of course.
A couple of weeks ago, we celebrated FNO by DIYing bow ties and neckties from scraps of denim at Madewell – because honestly, who isn’t borrowing a bit of inspiration from the boys this season? Today we’ll be showing you, who may have missed the event, how to DIY a bow tie with luxurious, Dolce & Gabbana-inspired velvet. Before you know it, you’ll be well suited and ready to channel your inner Marlene Dietrich!
- a 6″ x 3.5″ piece of velvet
- a 0.75″ x 2.5″ piece of velvet
- a 1″ pin back
- a glue gun
- a ruler
- a pen
Club Monaco has collaborated with Dazed & Confused on their newest lookbook and a spread for the magazine’s 20th anniversary issue. Shot in a private home in the English countryside, the lookbook epitomizes the urban bohemian flair of the 60s and 70s in London. Honestly, long faux fur and shearling vests, crushed velvet skirts, blazers with rolled sleeves, and silk blouses should never be paired without a hat this season. Is Club Monaco killing it or what?