Lulie Wallace is attracted to all things alien, where upon closer inspection, objects are distinguished by their uniqueness and character. Her ‘aliens’ take form in a lime green tabletop, a magenta shadow, or in vibrant teal greenery. Her color choices and bold backgrounds are so happy inducing!
Polka dots + triangles, gingham + plaid, floral + floral, animal print + tie dye, and stripes + zig zags. Go ahead, surprise yourself and mix it up this season! We dare you.
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