Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Rich Earth Tones


Rich earth tones create an airy and effortless mood as Oscar de la Renta, Brooks Brothers, Johanna Ortiz, and Alice and Olivia combine shades of cream and beige with statement florals. Elements of sea green, moss and emerald green to add a refreshing approach to foliage prints.

 
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Monday, November 20, 2017

Florals and Colorful Contrast

Today we're looking at color inspiration for the spring!

Soft pastels mixed with eccentric colors provide a fun and fresh approach to making bold statements through color. MSGM and Peter Pilotto both show how the same color palette can be transformed through color blocking and florals.


Tory Burch, Zimmerman and Rag and Bone add warmth to their prints with pops of yellow. They  continue with color blocking and florals while mixing unexpected touches of green, orange, magenta and blues.

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Friday, November 17, 2017

Featured in WWD!

We have been featured in today's WWD! Check it out!

The article is about our president Joe Castaldo and his experience in the fashion world and vision for the future!

Check out the full article on today's (11/17/17) issue of WWD.

Monday, November 6, 2017

Prints on the Page


Today, we're looking back at WWD's street style edit from this past week and are sharing our take using a combination of our original prints! We can't help but obsess over these florals and dream of warmer days!



Friday, October 20, 2017

Romantic Spring Florals

Today on the blog, we are continuing our Spring RTW recap with Ulla Johnson, Rebecca Taylor, and Cinq a Sept, focusing on flirty and feminine florals. These designers use small scale floral arrangements and tiered ruffles to create an ethereal look.

Soft pastels and larger flowers also continue to make a graceful entrance on the runway. Luisa Beccaria and Emilia Wickstead add flair to flowing silhouettes with a mix of roses and daisies. These bold florals placed on light backgrounds create subtle and beautiful statement garments.

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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Spring Street Safari

Earth tones and rich shades of green were prominent throughout this season.  Taking inspiration from wildlife and city life create a new look for a familiar trend.


Hugo's dress with abstract foliage ,Versace's layering of gold baroque details on leopard print and AF Vandevorst's monochrome ombre leopard jacket are just a few of the many standout looks of the season. 


Nicholas K's abstract brush strokes with zebra stripes enhance the prints visual movement. From Pam and Gela's floral bomber jacket to Nicole Miller's safari inspired trompe l'oeil prints, designers are finding ways to add edge and take influence from nature infused with city life.

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Monday, October 16, 2017

Spring Retro Florals

We're taking a trip back in time for today's Spring 2018 RTW recap and sharing our favorite retro floral looks!

Pulling inspiration from past archives, Anna Sui and Jill Stuart combine rich hues and floral prints with nostalgic motifs. Orla Keily, Jill Stuart, and Thom Browne continue to add a modern twist by adding unexpected splashes of of color. Ranging from statement prints to delicate floral details, these retro florals give us a vintage feel. 



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