3/31/2015

3 FROM 1. THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME.


Inspired by the Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Maiyet Fall/Winter 2015 collection  was fuss free and elegant, but also focused on modern design and traditional craftsmanship. For those who are not familiar with the label (famous for its strong sustainable production values) and the work of its founder and creative director, Kristy Caylor, this may sound like a unusual combination but it is one that actually works.
Maiyet is by now a brand with a voice of its own, an ethical one and on a stylish mission one might say.
Therefore, expect for the next season Peruvian knits, Scottish embroideries, satin dresses robe coats and gorgeous louche tuxedos.

3/30/2015

THE DREAM BUY



There was alway something desirable about the mules and the way it always spoke ease and sophistication.
It is an enduring shoe style that had its high and low moments but it seems that now is determined to 
gradually making his way back into fashion.
Endlessly flattering, the slipper mules that are about to hit the stores guarantee to be worn in heavy rotation.

THE STYLE DETAIL


 Echoing 70's glamour, Gucci's Lady Web shoulder bag is for sure this season blast from the past.

3/26/2015

BEAUTY CUES. ON THE FABULIST.


By bringing together Neroli Essence, Bitter Orange Petitgrain Essence and Calabrian Bergamot Essence,
Juliette Has a Gun has managed to encapsulate in a bottle one of the most interesting and seductive fragrance on the market right now: Gentlewoman. For the masculine take an all the above, we held responsible  Romano Ricci and Beautik Haute Parfumerie for bringing it exclusively in its stores. 
The countdown for the new season fragrange is on.

3/23/2015

THE SHOPPING BUZZ


Spring transition means light fabric and pieces in clean lines and structured shapes. Sticking to neutral, the shopping buzz includes the utterly chic items able to elevate any modern wardrobe.