Ader Error Fall 2017

Let me introduce you to Ader Error, my latest obsession. Who is Ader WHO, you ask? Let’s just say, if you married the androgynous aesthetic of Vetements (but at a much more realistic price range), the 60s…

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…

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…

Rejina Pyo Fall 2017

Not one for one-off occasion dressing or fleeting trends, London based Rejina Pyo has emerged onto the in-the-know fashion scene her simple yet eye catching clothes. I’m enamored with the dramatic and voluminous details within…

Christian Wijnants Resort 2017

Inspired mainly by the floral motifs of Iznik pottery and Oliver Hartung’s architectural and street photographs of Iran, designer Christian Wijnants created his own mythical and magical version of Persia for his resort collection. The Antwerp-based designer,…

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.…

Baum und Pferdgarten

Let me introduce you to Baum und Pferdgarten, a Denmark based label that I’m currently obsessed with. The brand was founded in 1999 by designers Rikke Baumgarten and Helle Hestehave and over the years, has become…

Ulla Johnson Resort 2018

“If I had to say what the vision of our brand is, it’s that our clothes make women feel free.” Yes, Ulla Johnson. Yes, you do. Macramé one shoulder tops, fleece corset dresses, batik quilted jackets, Swiss…