It doesn't say, but I'm REALLY hoping that outdoor rug is part of the Target collection. The sweater ($45) and skirt ($40) that Margherita is wearing will be.
Ceramic—not plastic, yes!—trays ($20-25) from the Target collaboration.
It doesn't say what these are made of, but the canisters ($20) look ceramic as well.
More Missoni for Target rugs ($30), and check out that bike ($400)!
Margherita Missoni in Vogue:
"Quality has always been one of the key aspects of Missoni, along with knitwear, pattern, and color," she explains. "It's this artisanal quality that was so important to my grandparents." After several trips to Milan for the Target team to trawl through the Missoni archives, and Margherita and her mother, Angela, braving a snowstorm in Minneapolis for the final fittings, they couldn't be happier with the results.
This designer collaboration with Target looks the most promising yet.
What do I love about this image from the August issue of Vogue magazine? Of course, there are the Miu Miu glitter booties, but also that snake print Chloe dress, the Dries Van Noten clutch, and best of all that Yves Klein blue background and chair. An altogether delicious mix of bright colors, sparkle, and patterns to post on my moodboard.
Here is my other favorite image from the story, which features gorgeous pops of color with plenty of snakeskin pieces to keep me happy. If anyone wants to buy me that Ralph Lauren coat, the Cartier Cuff, or the Fendi bag, go right ahead. Oh, and that sofa is pretty divine as well.
Digital images created by Moodboard from paper magazine/US Vogue August 2011/Photography: Raymond Meier
Lucky editor Brandon Holley has definitely brought a new energy to the magazine. I'm loving the creative fashion editorials, more in depth look at their cover stars, and the "real girl" features that bridge a gap between I'm-taking-a-picture-of-myself-in-the-mirror bloggers and high fashion glossies.
Though I want to say that Kim France, the founding editor of Lucky, broke new ground when the magazine first hit the newsstands. Combined with the internet, suddenly fashion was more accessible to everyone, and not just to those living in New York.
So anyway, how pretty is this editorial from their August issue? I've only posted my favorite looks, so go buy this issue because you'll want to read the whole thing.