October 1st, 2014

‘Cold Comfort’

WSJ It’s been fun looking at all the spring shows, but the reality is, there are many cold days ahead. This story from WSJ. has all the pieces we’ll need to look good while staying warm come winter. The parka tops my list…

The magazine will be on newsstands October 11. WSJ.



Photography by Daniel Jackson   Styling by Alastair McKimm


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Iliana Harkness bucket hobo


Wool and cashmere cardigan


Lauren flat suede Mary Jane slide


Round-frame tortoiseshell sunglasses


Reversible leather and fur coat


Linda 45 leather pumps


Zip-detailed stretch-cotton bomber jacket


Fair Isle cashmere and wool-blend vest


Maisie ruffled crinkled silk-satin blouse


Wool-gabardine coat


Cassidy printed silk-satin midi shirt dress

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  • As the poem goes: Miles to go before we sleep! Winter is a notice worthy event between now and spring. In any event, the great coats and sweaters we get to wear offer some consolation. The top coat looks so wearable and I love the look of the fabric in the other two shown. I would miss winter if I didn’t have it, snow and all. I just want it to go away on March 1st!

    AprilOctober 1st, 2014  8:06 AM

  • I love that top fur trimmed parka.

    KathyOctober 1st, 2014  8:23 AM

  • I covet all the pieces in the second photo (and the parka). I’ll be picking up a copy of the WSJ to see more.

    LilahOctober 1st, 2014  10:15 AM

  • Love the parka too – I have seen it but can’t place where/who. Does anyone know the make?

    gpcOctober 1st, 2014  11:32 AM

  • Yikes – never mind – it is Saint Laurent and way out of my price point at $5990! Oh well, it is nice to look at…

    gpcOctober 1st, 2014  11:36 AM

  • I have a short and a knee length olive parka from Woolrich which are better priced and beautiful! Both have fur trims too.

    MMSOctober 1st, 2014  12:13 PM

  • Yes to the parka, but that sweater? I want that sweater. Although most likely with a white t-shirt underneath.

    EMHOctober 1st, 2014  6:01 PM

  • Many thanks to April for referencing Robert Frost–that particular poem is among my favorite and the most beautiful arrangement of words.
    Given the severity and harshness of the recent news, the words ‘Whose woods these are I think I know . . .’ brings tears to my eyes.

    PaulaOctober 1st, 2014  11:45 PM

  • April and Paula, I think you might possibly be my long-lost sisters. Soul sisters at the very least.

    AliOctober 2nd, 2014  8:50 AM


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