Category Archives for "Women"
In 1999, while getting her masters in Philosophy at the Royal College of Art, Diana Irani launched her line of cutting edge, intricately handcrafted accessories and apparel. To allow her line to speak for itself, she named it Blank – and this boldy patterned midi makes quite the statement. Complete with an embellished neckline, its elastic waist is figure-flattering and forgiving at once.
Long charmed by the exotic allure of India and all points east, Parsons graduate and Detroit native Tracy Reese skillfully melds the details, textures and colors of faraway lands into wearable works of art. Her pieces have a celebratory, almost festive feel – no surprise, then, that one feels simply joyful while wearing them.
Professional recognition, industry ambassadorships and prolificacy aside, what really impresses us about designer Collette Dinnigan’s collections is her faithfulness to her aesthetic: undeniably femme, a touch sweet, ever forward. From lingerie to bridal to date-night dresses, she wows us every time.
Drawing upon vintage references, and with a healthy pinch of Anglophilia, Elevenses evokes a mood of modern elegance. Featuring finely tailored classics that play with color, shape and detailing, this label is exclusive to Anthropologie. This fall, when we need something that is rich, feminine and endlessly comforting on cold days, we’re reaching for this peacoat. It layers well over dresses and jeans alike.
he name “Maeve” references a purple flower, a Greek goddess and a famously beautiful Irish warrior queen. In light of these inspirations, it’s no surprise that the Maeve brand is both feminine and playful, a representation beauty and strength at once. We can’t say no to a flattering and feminine pencil dress. We’re reaching for this quilted rose-print version because it’s so romantic.
Long charmed by the exotic allure of India and all points east, Tracy Reese skillfully melds the details, textures and colors of faraway lands into wearable works of art. Case in point: this slim, painterly sheath.
Born into a family of artists, designer Yoana Baraschi was formally trained as a sculptor in her hometown of Bucharest. Her delicate, feminine designs – like this lace-print, stretch-infused shift – reflect her fine art heritage.
A San Francisco native who earned insta-praise and was lauded as Women’s Wear Daily’s Rookie of the Year for his first collection, Byron Lars specializes in expertly structured, sensuously cut silhouettes.