Diane von Furstenberg: Subtle yet vibrant, DVF’s Greek goddess inspired collection was spot on. I loved the solid pieces just as much as her signature bold patterns and I need to know when I can get my hands on that fanny pack.
Cynthia Steffe: Fun, colorful and casual, I love the effortlessness of Shaun Kearney’s collection and confident mixing of colors.
DKNY: Sweet ruffles and bold, classic colors—Donna Karen’s Spring collection is wearable, feminine and simply pretty.
Marchesa: Stunning, breathtaking and masterful works of art is an absolute understatement. All I can say is: WOW. BEYOND amazing.
Milly: The eternal Peggy Guggenheim was Michelle Smith’s muse for this collection of floral and geometric prints, turbans and cat eye sunglasses. And now, vivid tomato red could very well be new favorite color…
Leave it to Vivienne Tam to brilliantly incorporate colorful tribal tassels into her Spring 2011 collection. These similar tassels from Silk Road Tribal were salvaged from vintage Turkoman & Baluchi garments and thanks to Vivienne, I’ve been inspired to add them to a belt or bag. Obsessed!
Yes, these ikat wedges really do exist. And no, they won’t run you hundreds of dollars. Why? Because Julian Louie has collaborated with Aldo with a collection of to-die-for wedges as part of his Spring 2011 collection. Are you jumping for joy, yet?
We were instantly inspired by this gorgeous rainbow fishtail braid in Free People‘s September catalog and decided to recreate it, adding our own little twist: making the braid into a wearable hat accessory. Who said braids were limited to summer and hair?