Sunday, April 29, 2012

Little Black Dress of the Week: Gilda Midani

 I want to wear this dress every day, for the rest of my life...

The Dressology Little Black Dress of the Week from Gilda Midani.

Striped and Sensational.

Gilda Midani Colorblock Stripe Dress at Barneys NYC, $398



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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Vintage Designer Fashion Rant

Heritage Honeys. 
Vintage Vixens.
Call em' what you like. 
Everything looks better in black & white.



Balmain



YSL



Dior 


Balenciaga

Chanel




Givenchy

Pucci

Photo by Nina Leen 


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Friday, April 20, 2012

Dress of the Week: Joseph Altuzarra


Forget Dress of the Week... 
I'm nominating this baby for Dress of the Year.

Perforated white leather amazingly complemented by 
tropical print charmeuse center panels.
I love this dress more than I like most people—is that wrong?

The Dressology Dress of the Week is from Joseph Altuzarra.   

Joseph Altuzarra Leather Perforated Combo Dress at Bergdorf Goodman, $2665



Joseph Altuzarra Leather Perforated Combo Dress at Bergdorf Goodman, $2665

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Monday, April 16, 2012

Horizontal Heaven

There's something about stripes that make 
my heart skip a beat. 

I have to make a conscious effort to not wear them every day, buy them at every turn, and drape myself completely in ensembles made in horizontal heaven.

For the fellow-stripe-obsessed, here are some of my current faves.

Marc by Marc Jacobs Gauze Arrowhead Scarf, $198 at ShopBop

Easton Pearson Cotton & Lace Dress at Net-a-Porter, $855


Derek Lam 10 Crosby Multi Stripe Dress, $995

Thread Social Nautical Striped Dress at the Outnet.com, $195


Shoshanna Frannie Striped Strapless Dress at ShopBop
Denim & Supply Ralph Lauren Dress at Macys, $65

Jessica Simpson Halter Stripe Dress at Macys, $148


Equipment Cabana Stripe Blouse, $208

Heidi Merrick Tommy Shirt at ShopBop, $350

Theory Layered Silk Dress at Bergdorf Goodman, $231
MARC by Marc Jacobs Flavin Striped Dress at Bergdorf Goodman, $298


Calvin Klein Belted Maxi, $119

BCBGMaxAzria Strapless Striped Maxi, $198
Design Lab iPhone Cover at Nordstroms, $14

Jeffrey Campbell Foxy Shoe in Metallic Stripe at KarmaLoop, $85

Charles Philip Peruvian Smoking Loafers at Bloomingdales, $155



I bought these last Winter and LOVE them. They go with everything and are so comfortable I can wear them all day and night!
Vivanz Red Frame Red Stripe Mules at Zappos, $130

Do you share my love for all things striped?  
If so, is there a must-have for you
 in this post?
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Welcome Back, Mr. Ford.

Tom Ford Runway RTW Fall 2012

Cannot get enough of the sleek, chic edginess of this entire collection.

One of each please, Mr. Ford.



















All photos Courtesy of Tom Ford and Style.com
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Saturday, April 7, 2012

Designer Spotlight: Michael Kors

Michael Kors

Born and raised in Long Island by his single mother Jean (a former Revlon model), Michael Kors was driven to the bright lights of fame from an early age. 

At just 4-years old, Karl Anderson Junior not only designed his mother’s wedding dress, but he officially changed his name to Michael David Kors.
After two semesters at the Fashion Institute of Technology, Kors decided to embrace a less formal education and began working at NYC boutique Lothar's where celebrities like Diana Ross and Cher 
shopped for casual clothing. 

It was here that he cemented his fashion future 
as a designer, eventually leaving Lothar’s to start his own line.

In 1981 the Michael Kors label was established specializing in 
luxurious womens sportswear. His intriguing use of chic, minimalist silhouettes 
in luxury fabrics ensured the line’s successful debut 
at high-end retailers Saks Fifth Avenue and Bergdorf Goodman.




After overcoming financial challenges in the early 1990s, 
in 1997 Kors became Creative Director of French fashion house Celine. 
While growing Celine he simultaneously built his own label, leaving Celine in 2003 to focus solely on his brand.
Over the years Kors expanded his collection to include menswear, 
accessories and fragrance. Awarded the prestigious Designer of the Year Award from the Council of Fashion Designers of America in 2003, 
the decision that very likely made him a household name was accepting the role as judge on hit US TV series Project Runway in 2004. 

Continuing from strength to strength, the Michael Kors Fall 2012 Collection features his signature clean silhouettes in a pared-down color palette 
in striking fabrications.




















The 4-year old boy, the man he became and this latest collection share an innovative, creative style that places them directly in the bright lights of success.




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