Subtle details, ranging from a loopy fringe scarf to “LOVE” emblazoned on a shift dress, make for a stylish tweak to classic silhouettes at Osman. See the complete pre-fall collection at Style.com.
look 5: loving the color combo (L)
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If you’ve ever wondered why I have an enduring love for all things The Row, look no further than the 2014 pre-fall collection. What a brilliant decision to use “mature” models (including the always-fabulous Linda Rodin), and to great effect: no mutton-dressed-as-lamb here. Instead, proof of The Row’s ageless utilitarian luxe appeal. I can’t wait to augment my wardrobe with a few pieces from pre-fall. See the complete presentation at Style.com.
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lake michigan, chicago
Glorious minimalist travel photography from Kaitlin Rebesco has me dreaming about places to visit this year, and reminiscing about favorite spots. Prints are available in a range of sizes at La Paperie & Print Shop.
aerial view, NYC
the louvre, paris
port vell, barcelona
images courtesy of kaitlin rebesco
Lanvin does luxe details so well. Even the simplest looks scream sophistication (as if sophistication would ever scream). See the complete pre-fall collection at Style.com.
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I’m so taken with the first three looks in Christopher Kane’s pre-fall collection. The banding detail, inspired by a boa constrictor, proved versatile as the effect ranged from severe (look 1) to almost demure (look 3). Clever. See the complete collection at Style.com.
image credits: photos courtesy of christopher kane for style.com