The upcoming Halloween holiday is definitely influencing what I'm loving right now. This is a warning that the blog will be bombarded with images of ghostly whites, velvety blacks and vibrant fall palettes for the next week or two.
Images: Moodboard Photography: Serge Leblon Stylist: Samira Nasr Magazine: Elle
I ordered this dress the morning it popped up online. I really love sleeve details and the lantern cuffs sucked me right in. It is also super warm, made from 100% merino wool. I'm still playing around with what necklace to wear, but it is inevitable that I'll take it off before I step out the door anyway.
I would actually prefer the skirt turned sideways, but the print is perfect, and how lovely is Keira's lace blouse? I'm also loving her new bob, especially as it seems to have grown out just a bit with some softness. But she has such a gorgeous face and sweet smile, not much she can do wrong.
What I liked most about the Louis Vuitton spring collection, more than the clothes or the makeup or the accessories, was the overall feeling of the show. I've blogged before about my love for 70's glam, and this collection to me spelled out F-U-N, in an electric, sexy, touch of exotic way.
*Coincidentally, this is the second time that a collection by Marc Jacobs reminded me of an editorial in Suede magazine.
I spotted a small watercolor of a girl in the new issue of Lonny and started digging around Etsy to find it. I found out that it is the work of british artist Catherine Parr, who is currently based in Los Angeles.
Fashion illustration is one of my favorite areas of art and I'm happy to add her to my need to have list. Can you spot any famous models in her work?
I fell in love with these coasters on my last visit to Anthropologie. I spotted them while in line and only had a few moments to play with them. I'm still kicking myself for not picking out the ones I wanted and bringing them home with me.
You can still buy them online, but they are sold in sets and if you are super anal like me you can't specify exactly how big of a crystal burst you want on each tile;)
Oddly, I'm really attracted to the burnt orange ones, which must be the 70's influence of the runway working its magic on me. Anthropologie, $32