In fashion on June 11, 2012 at 10:37 am
i have a deep fascination with beautiful, modern baubles like this. it’s the juxtaposition between candy bright plastics and edgy chain not to mention the non-traditional shapes and draping that has me woozy in the knees for this. the $850 price tag however does tend to diminish the excitement a bit until…
rotary dial necklace
…i found this little number at anthropologie of all places! admittedly, it’s not quite as far out as the fenton but it has that mix of materials; plastic, wood, moonstone and crystal and the unusual almost braid-like linkage that makes it so fresh and at $48, it won’t break the bank!
In fashion on August 23, 2011 at 4:36 pm
…color blocking for adults!
i love these shoes so much and i know they are going to go to a good home. but alas, at $488, it won’t be mine! think about how many screens i could burn with that money!
In art & design, fashion on November 4, 2010 at 4:43 pm
In fashion on October 28, 2010 at 1:23 pm
…for fall’s decorative lux trend. anthropologies “karelia” coat reflects the best of eastern european needlework. the amount of detail on this jacket is breathtaking from the faux fur collar to the braid and embroidery found on the paneled trim and waist. the balance between the pattern mixing is spot on. the large cabbage rose print strikes a perfect harmony with the red ground ditsy on the lower half. the added kiss of the paneled trim seals the deal. from the look, it appears to be a printed cotton so hopefully the toggle buttons along with the aforementioned trimmings will work to give this coat added dimension which it lacks not being true tapestry. thankfully there is a hidden zipper beneath the toggles ensuring that this coat functions as more than just a pretty layer. to be worn with my vintage lace top, clean dark denim and tall shaft motorcycle boots by ash italia whose ruggedness would pair perfectly with this sweet coat!