Category Archives: Womenswear
With the insanity surrounding a certain wedding last month & then the “Justify-able” frenzy around a certain three races here on these shores, it’s no surprise that the annual Equine Event in England, known as the Royal Ascot is getting … Continue reading
Volume & proportion were the stories for Guy Laroche as creative director Richard René debuted his latest effort for Winter 2018 at the legendary Parisian Design House.
Canadian Bridal & Evening designer Rita Vinieris never fails to stun her audience. Her effort for Spring 2019 continued her awe inspiring streak when she debuted her RIVINI and ALYNE Collections during NY Bridal Week
As Mercury exits retrograde & the sun settles into Taurus, the stars are aligning for new & prosperous endeavors… or perhaps the sun is setting & the moon is rising & that’s all there is to it. Whether you feel … Continue reading
The shirt worn by Oscar winner James Ivory at the recent 90th Academy Awards, featuring a Matisse-like sketch of “Timothée Chalamet” has created a bit of a fashion frenzy.
What can be found at the end of a rainbow? Some say a pot of gold. But what can be found over a rainbow? In the case of Gola‘s new Rainbow Sneakers, the answer is: YOU!
In the dark & vibey setting at the Crosby Hotel, designer Morgan Hoffman presented her second collection under her “Girlboy” label, this time adding “Weekend”, a contemporary collection designed to sit along side the Ready to Wear collection.
The Watters bridal show was truly one to see. Broken up into Willowby (The Folklore collection), w•too (At First Sight Collection), and Watters (Ame Soeur Collection), the gowns were a combination of elegance, youthfulness & modern-day fairytale.
Laure de Sagazan did “it” again this season with her SS18 collection. The gowns shown this season were a fresh cleanse to the palette for a young carefree bride looking just to enjoy the simplest, all be they important, moments.
Perhaps a line from the Flag & Anthem “Our Story” statement on their website says it best: ”You’re comfortable being you.”