All you need is love! But what do you wear for a little romance with style on Saint Valentine’s Day? A romantic dinner deserves a dash of divine intervention, or aptly a match made in heaven with this decadent mix of velvet, leopard print, embellishments, bows, lovebirds, and ruffles.
An artful collection of fashion ignites a vibrant narrative at Dallas Contemporary, as Mary Katrantzou opened her first museum exhibition this past weekend, Mary, Queen of Prints.
Curated in a schematic kaleidoscope of colours and prints, the maze of yellow, red, blue, green and pink silhouettes is mesmerizing—tantalizing the eyes one mannequin at a time. With 180-items in the exhibition, the sheer magnitude of the eye-popping body of work with trompe l’oeil prints, heavily embellished sequined and embroidered gowns with butterflies, koi carp, and pencils is breathtaking.
A tempting gift guide for girlfriends, or really, a post to share with your significant other to assist with a purchase for the perfect gift you want Santa to sneak into your stocking this Christmas Eve.
Pretty in Pink
I’m too predictable; I love to focus on pink, shades of pink, pink with neutrals, pink with print, patterns and texture. A hint of pink always makes me smile, and this selection of gifts does just that.
It’s officially sweater weather, with chilly breezes blustering away beckoning the need for the cosy comfort of sweaters. No excuse to wear a basic knit this winter; sweaters are styled in an array of exaggerated design, from flared sleeves to oversized, asymmetrical styles with perhaps your favourite animal emblazoned on the front.
A red carpet stretched towards the Art Deco façade of Texas’ historic Hall of State at Fair Park for the star-studded arrival of Fashion Group International of Dallas’ annual Night of Stars honorees and guests.
Every year this event sparkles with talent and the 2017 rendition early November at the Hall of State continued to dazzle. Thanks to FGI Dallas board members and co-chairs Heidi Dillon and Britt Harless, with the ever-dapper honorary chair Chuck Steelman, and FGI Dallas regional director Ken Weber.
As the adage quips, one man’s rubbish may be another man’s treasure, for Burberry and Elvis & Kresse, this statement rings true as they embark on a five-year partnership recycling leather waste from Burberry factories.
Fashion and sustainability are a neoteric duo, embracing fast fashion and luxury brands as an ethically minded consciousness that questions our wardrobe selection. In these conscientious times, wearing fur is indeed outdated and it’s finally possible to banish the need for real fur styles. As the Business of Fashion story shared last month, Gucci Bans fur: ‘It’s Not Modern’ creative director of Gucci, Alessandro Michele is now my spirit #furfree animal in more ways than one.