Khaite Pre-Fall 2018

About once a year, I manage to muster up enough courage to purge my closet. The most recent catalyst was the desire to simplify, simplify, simplify. An entire weekend and four trash bags later, I…

Rodarte Fall 2018

Rodarte‘s Kate and Laura Mulleavy opted for a lookbook in lieu of a show this season and I must say, I prefer to enjoy a collection this way. The photos exude a compelling feeling that…

Attico Spring 2018

I’m loving this tribute to Grey Gardens by Attico designers Giorgia Tordini and Gilda Ambrosio. Each of the polychromatic robe dresses, ankle cut skirts and sequined mini dresses are punctuated with unique touches such as ombré…

Johanna Ortiz Spring 2018

Leave it to Johanna Ortiz, who took the fashion world by storm with her statement, shoulder skimming shirting, to likely ignite yet another soon-to-be-imitated trend: robe dressing. I can speak for myself when I say…

Rebecca de Ravenel Spring 2018

Jewelry designer, and creator of the ubiquitous Les Bonbons earrings, Rebecca de Ravenel has officially entered the world of ready to wear. Her playful and chic island aesthetic has been translated into a collection of simple, yet luxurious,…

Christine Alcalay Spring 2018

Becoming a designer was never a choice for Christine Alcalay – it’s who she always was. After immigrating to New York City from Vietnam, at the age of three, she was introduced to a needle…

Horror Vacuis Spring 2018

Horror Vacui, the namesake of Anna Heinrichs’ label, is the Latin derived term for “fear of emptiness.” The old design theory essentially explains the urge to fill any empty space with all kinds of details.…

Sea Resort 2018

It was Sea‘s urban, boho vibe that hooked us several seasons ago. Since then, the New York based label has evolved – just as we have, with a more polished, feminine sensibility. Monica Paolini and Sean Monahan’s…