Every year when fall rolls around, pony-hair is a seasonal must, no questions asked. Nothing will get you in the mode to enjoy the rest of October and ease right into winter like natural texture that’s lush yet subdued.
I may have left Paris a week ago, but the City of Light is still on my mind, especially after spotting Barneys’ latest French import – Moreau. The maison was founded in the mid-1900s, driven by the style and functionality of turn-of-the-century trunks (rail travel was the Snobby thing to do at the time).
On Monday night, an eye-opening, mind-blowing Roger Vivier exhibit came to life at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. Like many people, I assumed Vivier’s brand launched in the late ‘60s, with the buckled Pilgrim shoe Catherine Deneuve made famous in Belle de Jour. On the contrary…
When Giuseppe Zanotti gets a bag right, he really gets it right (and because I love this bag, I won’t talk about what happens when he doesn’t). This small leather number takes what I love about Zanotti’s fantastically glamorous shoes and sets it in bag form.
Miuccia isn’t one to go halfway with her ideas. In case the shag carpeting wasn’t an indication, the brilliant designer plunged into the swinging American sixties (with a splash of freewheeling ‘70s vibes) for her Spring 2014 collection – and came out far into the retro-mod future. In terms of pop-culture characters, think Marcia Brady meets the Jetsons.