Lightweight, metallic fabrics in leotard-inspired cuts paired well with wispy, ethereal skirts: Barbara Casasola’s spring show defined utilitarian luxe® evening wear. See the complete collection at Style.com.
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Perfect kick-around-town looks in black and white (so much white at the spring shows!) from Nili Lotan. See the complete collection at Style.com.
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Regal, flowy looks from The Row for spring. Many of the looks would swallow me whole, but I do love a relaxed silhouette on other people. Best news for me? The two strap sandal trend (my beloved Arizonas) lives on for next summer — albeit with a bit more refinement. See the complete collection at Style.com.
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look 2 – black and white separates taken to the next level
An early favorite from New York Fashion Week has to be the Wes Gordon show. Not only are the shoes to die for (quirky strappy flats and I want a pair) but the clothes! Über luxe fabrics in restrained silhouettes make for the kind of collection you can build a wardrobe around. See the complete collection at Style.com, and start saving now.
look 4 – a tee shirt dress with pockets
look 8 – toss on a coat for elevated glam
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Perhaps it’s a sign that I’ve acclimated to England’s drinking culture (who wouldn’t?) but I am gaga for Australian designer Nick Barclay‘s minimalist, graphic take on ten classic cocktails. See the complete collection (and pick up a couple for your “lounge”) right here.
the complete series
images from nickbarclaydesigns.com // fellow londoners may appreciate his take on the london underground — which i raved about back in february.