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It's that time of year again. Wedding season is upon us and in keeping with past years - virtually anything goes. Traditional white is great, but we're still experimenting with length and pattern. Off the shoulder to off white - buds to blush - color, cut and pattern remain modern and flexible.
See what we have in store to be worn down the aisle.
Is yours a Dad-of-All-Trades? He can kick back and relax with the best of them, but can get gussied up in a pinch. Boboli has something for the traveller, astronaut and split personality (see reversible pieces by Missoni and Loro Piana).
Dad wears many hats. If he's less fedora and more cap we've got him covered. No pun intended.
Anything Dad or any fella for that matter, would be happy to receive. Check out more gift ideas to be posted this week on the Journal and Instagram.
In store and off the runway - so many beautiful pieces from Roland Mouret
The Cannes Film Festival: arguably one of the favorite fashion events of the year. From photocalls to red-carpets, attendees get to flex their style muscle. At this years 70th anniversary the crowd did not disappoint.
From bottom left to right:
Recipient of the Palme d'Or Joaquin Phoenix in custom Stella McCartney, Ashley Benson in Erdem, Stacy Martin in No 21, Eva Green in Stella McCartney, Kendall Jenner in Giambattista Valli, Naomi Campbell in Maison Margiela, Fan Bing Bing and Alba Rohrwacher both in Valentino.
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If you're a fan of romance then you'll love Vilshenko's SS17 collection. With flowing skirts, delicate toile and just the right amount of boho - you'll want nothing more than to run through a field of wildflowers.
Happy Mother's Day to all our friends, family and followers!
A classic combination if there ever was one. Delicate yet graphic - linear blue and white graced many a runway. The simple stripe often incorporated traditional shirting and more often, incorporated it with a twist. Linen, poplin or seersucker - ruched, deconstructed or patched - as suitable today as it was way back when.
In store and in bloom - Etro for him.
Simplicity at its best. Italian made Fabiana Filippe's versatile pieces are back for spring SS17. All of your favorite neutrals in luxurious silks, cottons and cashmere.
It’s the first Monday in May - and we all know what that means. Not only is there a spectacular philanthropic-focused celebration - choc-a-block with fashion’s elite but once all the bubbles have run out and the heels have come off, there will be an equally spectacular exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art showcasing 2017’s theme.
Every few years the Costume Institute shines a spotlight on the achievement of a single designer. Yves Saint Laurent, Gianni Versace and Alexander McQueen have been honoured in the past. This year the honour goes to Rei Kawakubo & Comme des Garçons - Art and the In-Between.
The line between fashion and art has always been debated. Tonight it disappeared as equal parts avant-garde and classic posed on the red carpet. Amongst the diversity the common thread is the fun the invitees have had interpreting their looks for the occasion.
We were thrilled to see so many of our favorite designers represented.
Just two of the great mens indigo pieces we have in store from Blue Blue Japan. New for spring!
The unofficial color of the mens ss17.
Whether you call it oxblood, burgundy or maroon - this arguably autumnal shade is dabbling in the warmer seasons. In all its iterations, the rich hue strode down some of our favorite runways. Maison Margiela saw it accenting sleeves and collars while Etro and Pal Zileri featured monochromatic looks. We're seeing structured suiting, bermuda shorts, soft leather bombers and everything in between. No matter how you adopt this color - you'll be on trend for spring/summer.
Check out the oxblood we have in store!
Not just for the garage or studio. What's not to love about jumpsuits?
There's an ease not to mention an element of fun in these hugely popular one-pieces. No worries about what matches what. All in one dressing is where it's at. Besides, if you do want to layer, its totally allowed. Add a tank or blouse and turn your all-in one into two - or throw on a knit to add some extra warmth for those spring-time evenings. Put away the monkey wrench and put on a great pair of heels.
All jumpsuits pictured below are available in store!