Memorial Day – a day to honor and remember those who gave their lives in service. It’s also the unofficial opening act of summer, yet today it’s raining and 56°. As I think back, it’s often dreary and cold on this holiday, the main reason I no longer pack up the gang and head to the Vineyard—I have not-so-fond memories of foul weather gear worn at the beach and huddling around the fireplace.
Regardless of the weather, an extra day with my family is a blessing and to celebrate we’re going to have a sandless clambake in our kitchen.
Emma ruffled leather slides
Peak-lapel tie-waist coat
Alissa mid-rise slim-leg boyfriend jeans
I-Dior leather point-toe bootie
Tangerine gold-plated necklace
Flor embroidered espadrille
Campbell ribbed-knit cardigan
The Army Nerd cropped stretch-twill skinny pants
D'Orsay canvas espadrilles
Cordelia floral-print silk crepe de chine midi dress
J'Adior leather slingback flat
Aerin Lauder’s Southampton shop is open for the season and this year it’s stocked with many of the fab items from her collaboration with Williams-Sonoma—anything from the straw-wrapped bar cart collection would be a super hostess gift. The glassware, too, is really good.
Since I am a Jane, I need this ByTatoufa monogrammed straw basket and the orange swimsuit, too.
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I am eternally on the hunt for simple cotton dresses like these two in the June-July issue of Vogue Paris—they are perfect beach cover-ups. The striped one above by Mango and the white Zadig and Voltaire below prove that cute summer dresses come in all price points.
Photography by Cédric Buchet Styling by Géraldine Saglio
Tiffany & Co.
I am completely besotted with the Tiffany & Co. Infinity collection—so simple, pretty, and stackable (always a must).
Vogue Paris hit the nail on the head with this khaki round-up in the June-July issue.
Sofia Coppola graces the cover of the upcoming WSJ. Magazine (on newsstands June 3) and the accompanying interview is a must-read. The filmmaker and “elegant, low-key” style icon talks about her new film The Beguiled and the state of indie films today, motherhood, and her interest in fashion.
Photography by Steven Meisel Styling by Paul Cavaco
The Valentino resort collection, shown in New York today, is fantastic. I’m a big fan of Pierpaolo Piccioli’s designs for the house—love the hip-hop and sport references in this collection.
Honestly, I’m surprised that my wish list items went on sale and were still available in my size, no less—I feel like I won the fashion lottery!
J.W. Anderson jacket, Bottega Veneta coat, Gianvito Rossi sandals, Bottega Veneta dress.
It’s all about earth tones in this story from the upcoming WSJ. Magazine. It’s so cold and rainy, I’d wear many of these pre-fall pieces now if I could.
Photography by Annemarieke van Drimmelen Styling by Melanie Ward
Bottega Veneta Cruise 2018
Tomas Maier’s Cruise collection for Bottega Veneta is packed with the kinds of pieces I’ll be itching to get my hands on next October. There are tons of great skirts, and I’ve always loved socks with pumps—these stripy ones look fresh for fall.
Images © Vogue