For the first time in a long time, I have a considerable spring shopping list. Over the past few seasons I’ve picked up an item here and there, but for SS17, I already know the pieces that I want, especially from PFW.
Clockwise: I have a grey Miu Miu coat from a few years ago that is so good I’d grab it in a fire—this one in camel looks equally as good. I fully intend to become a Dior woman and have circled this look. This Isabel Marant grey, belted tunic will be a seasonless forever piece in my wardrobe. And the Louis Vuitton show was sensational, I will start with these boots and go from there.
Earl Shearling-trimmed suede jacket
Fona boucle-knit over-the-knee sock boots
Cassidy printed silk-satin midi shirt dress
Shearling-lined cotton-canvas parka
Genie wool-blend flannel straight-leg pants
The Cardigan balloon-sleeved wool cardigan
Milou roll-neck wool-blend sweater
Suede over-the-knee boots
Contrast-trim shearling jacket
Perry patent leather pumps
I don’t mind that it’s raining, I’ve been dying to crack these books.
Commonwealth and Today Will Be Different
Spotted on a number of runways in Paris (Valentino- the show was sublime, Céline, and Hermès)—the micro-mini bag looks to be a SS17 trend.
This story, from the upcoming WSJ. Magazine, goes off the beaten path with some chic rugged styles. Prada hiking boots and argyle tights—bring ’em on.
Photography by Dan Martensen Styling by Ondine Azoulay
These Moncler boots (here and here) get my vote—love the Alpine feel and they remind me of the Italian Fabiano boots we wore as kids (sadly, no longer in business).
A fashionable hiking boot is a must for NYC winters. I was eyeing a Prada pair in Barneys, yesterday. TBC
Page from October W.
I’m a big fan of Charlotte Tilbury’s products and want to try her lipsticks. This trio of minis would be an easy way to take them on a test drive.
Vogue Paris fashion director Suzanne Koller looks very smart at PFW.
Image © Phil Oh for Vogue.
Maria Grazia Chiuri’s debut collection for Dior is sensational. The Wall Street Journal fashion columnist Christina Binkley’s thoughts on the collection are spot-on.
First two images @vogueparis, third @christinabinkley
These stunning portraits of girl of the moment Gigi Hadid are from the upcoming WSJ. Magazine.
Photography by Inez & Vinoodh Styling by George Cortina