Anna Kendrick looked lush and lovely in Oscar de la Renta’s burgundy dress at the photo call for Into the Woods in London on December 11th. Cara Delevingne went seductively minimal in her midnight-blue tuxedo jacket from Emilio Pucci’s Fall ’14 collection at a Vogue and J. Crew dinner just a couple months prior.
In this unexpected collaboration, LeSportsac dressed up its signature ripstop fabric with lacy ruffles and imitation pearls, courtesy of jewelry brand Erickson Beamon. Together, the companies have crafted totes, wallets, clutches, and duffels, all decked out with enough statement accessories to more than fill up your jewelry box!
The Chinese aren’t ones to skimp when it comes to celebrations. They ring in every new year with explosive firecrackers and countless sparklers. That’s why I’m encouraging you to close off the Year of the Horse with sparkle and shine!
When we think of holiday dressing, we think of tinsel-like metallics, the kitschiest of embellishments, and colors as warm as a crackling yule log. Today I’m making a case for something different, yet just as appropriate for the season – winter white and silver bells!
In a pre-show interview, the designing force behind the House of Valentino told me white is the color of Haute Couture. Pure, unadulterated, clean, and effortlessly distinctive, the shade’s power lies in its uncorrupted connotation and lack of pretense.
As Reece Hudson continues to expand their classic-meets-rebellious bag empire, they continue to update their already established favorites. Like their instant-trademark Rider style. Come the holiday season, metallics are nothing new, but this mash-up is as fresh as it gets.