Extra large earrings were spotted all over the spring 2017 runways and we honestly can’t get enough of oversized hoops, hinged geometric earrings and single abstract shapes. Tuck that hair behind your ears, ladies. Statement earrings are bigger and badder than ever!
Marco De Vincenzo knows how to bring the fun and funk. After all, he’s got over 10 years designing accessories at Fendi under his belt and continues to split his time between his eponymous label and the Italian luxury fashion house that gave him his start after graduating from design school. Needless to say, Marco’s accessories, like faux fur mules, braided velvet sandals and handbags with a cartoonish paw shaped closure, are on point. And we just love the ruffled Lurex metallic knits, flared trousers and oversized coats in a perfectly rich, retro color palette.
If I’d ever have the guts to decorate my house, let alone a single room, with rich colors, excessively bold patterns and sumptuous textures, I’d imagine it would look something very similar to Hôtel Providence in Paris’ 10th arrondissement. With just 18 rooms and 3 suites, Pierre Moussié’s boutique hotel emanates old world charm and romance with its House of Hackney wallpaper, Madeleine Castaing carpets and original architectural details. I think it’s time for another little rendezvous to the City of Light, oui?
Vetements might have been responsible for the resurrection the good ol’ hooded sweatshirt as a fashion must-have but that doesn’t mean you have to drop next month’s rent to pull of that chic, casual ease. The same hoodies we wore in middle school have become our favorite winter layering staples. But if your mom happened to get rid all of your oversized, OG hoodies like ours did, have no worries – we’ve rounded up some of our favorite, mostly affordable, sweatshirts below. Layer up and stay cozy ladies, it’s chilly out there!
Incausa is a platform for indigenous social entrepreneurship and ultimately a study in progress, consciousness and sacred trade. Committed to the disenfranchised indigenous people of his home country of Brazil, Vinicius Vieira de Vieira created a non profit organization that uses all its profits to enable fair trade of indigenous artisanship and heritage. In 2012, Brooklyn based Incausa launched with aromatic Breu resin incense and purifying Palo Santo smudge sticks, from various Amazonian tree species. Today, the offerings have expanded into baskets crafted by the Xavantes and Mehinako tribes and woven purses created by the Krahô people, as well as items like hand-hammered singing bowls from Tibet. I’m looking forward to supporting this inspiring organization and helping them get one step closer to combating global poverty.