Despite omitting color from his usually polychromatic, floral printed collections, Erdem Moralioglu managed to make a black and white palette sweet and romantic . . . the Erdem way. Sheer, floor length gowns, adorned with feathers and lace appliqués, were absolutely ethereal and the occasional biker jacket and sporty sweater added edge. Unexpected in the best possible way.
I’ve been itching to go on a road trip before the weather completely turns on us. Wouldn’t it be nice to pack up the family and hit the road in any of these charming vintage trailers or campers for a few days?
Imagine Lauren Hutton living in Andrew Wyeth’s Christina’s World and you’ve entered Michael Kor‘s tailored but romantic depiction of spring. Billowy trousers, fluffy mohair cardigans, pinup-girl bikinis, 40s floral frocks, linen pencil skirts – all belted at the waist – were pieces I could see myself wearing now and decades later.
From the rice fields of Bali to the streets of Istanbul, Russian photographer Murad Osmann documents his globetrotting travels with his girlfriend leading the way. With each photo, posted to Instagram, we see the photographer’s point of view with his extended hand holding onto his partner’s. So romantic, no?