Rich colors, elaborate beadwork, intricate embroidery, exposed midriffs and draped fabric exposing a single shoulder . . . India was discernibly the inspiration for Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig this season. The 60s, Mod-ish spin to the glamourous gowns and otherworldly dresses had me appreciating the shorter hems and more simplified silhouettes. Thanks to Marchesa for momentarily transporting me to a country that sits at the very top of my travel wish list.
There wasn’t a single woman who wasn’t oohing and aahing over every piece from jewelry designer, and CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund finalist, Jennifer Fisher‘s spring presentation earlier this week. Models donned layers upon layers upon layers of honeycomb shaped necklaces, heavy geometric chains, bone shaped and spiked cuffs, delicate handpieces, and diamond encrusted rings. We were especially obsessed with wide collection of engravable charms, all of which could be combined to personalize a one-of-a-kind pendant necklace. Je need!
Simply blown away by all the African-inspired details in Tory Burch‘s spring collection. With fabrics from Guinea, jewelry from Ghana, slippers from Morocco, and elements from all over the world, the Tory girl is an American globetrotter. And the soft and messy pulled-apart fishtail braids? Right up our alley . . .
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.