Pookie and Louisa Burch’s spring collection for Trademark translated 1950s India – evocative colors like marigold, hot pink and rust came in the form of traditional kurtas, pajama style trousers, heavy knits, and retro souvenir sweatshirts. The accessories and details, like bangles worn up the arm, smart loafers, and rainbow colored buttons, add the distinguishable qualities that make everything at Trademark so covetable.
Located just above Fenton & Fenton, Lucy Fenton’s home looks like an extension of her own boutique. Between the framed tribal necklaces and the vintage bread tin vase and life sized inspiration board and the two french chairs reupholstered in Suzani fabric, Lucy’s home is exactly as you’d expect it to be. Eclectic, bright and full of personality.
All it took was a night in Paris for the creative light bulb to go off in the heads of jewelry designer Jacquie Aiche and Mother Denim co-founder and designer Lela Tillem-Becker. The longtime friends decided to join forces on what might be the coolest collaboration this year: a capsule collection of distressed, button-down denim shirts patched with Jacquie’s signature motifs. Each shirt is made to order and customizable with a sweet leaf, eye or pyramid. I mean, obsessed is an understatement.
Just as fall has officially descended upon us, summer is just beyond South Africa’s horizon. South African designer Karin Rae Matthee‘s latest collection, of gold and silver jewelry dotted with gemstones and palm frond motifs, was “inspired by sensations of Summer; the bright sun, cool leafy shade and the feeling of fruity juice running down your chin.” Summer, fall or winter – who cares? Let’s get Tropsi!
Denim hems are on the rise . . . literally. We’re loving the look of a raw and frayed edge, exposing the perfect amount of ankle. Do as we do – take an old pair of straight leg jeans, cut off a few inches and let your washing machine do the rest of the work!