MAJ! Check out Who What Wear’s article featuring the Joni hobo from my collection. It’s the perfectly chic yet relaxed hobo to offset a structured suit look. Try it with one of these bold suiting options for a refined yet modern style statement. xoRZ
Rome is all about discovery - and spring is the perfect time to explore. I love to walk the streets lined with outdoor cafes and antique shops. Or wander through the countless open air markets - Campo Die Fiori is my favorite! The city is so full of energy and history - with everything from the Vatican to the Spanish Steps. Oh and the shopping is pure luxury - Italian craftsmanship is unmistakable. xoRZ
Here is an example of a designer using wax prints in their collection. Meet designer Stella Jean. Her collection was inspired by her Creole heritage, she is Italian-Haitian. Her collection is composed of traditional wax prints and modern cuts. The influence of travel is present in her collection.
Paul Fredrick gave us an early preview of their spring 2012 collection. Here are some of our favorites. There’s a ton more, and luckily, Paul Fredrick offers quality clothing in extended sizes. Learn more and see the rest here.
Converse and Marimekko-the Finnish design house that totally seems Japanese but isn’t-are getting together again to kick the doors off Spring with this bountiful collection. Featuring Marimekko’s eye catching textile patterns grafted onto well known Converse silhouettes: the Chuck Taylor All Star, the Jack Purcell Helen and the Chuck Taylor All Star PJ. Available at select Converse retail locations soon and, maybe, I happen to know, already available at Marimekko’s Flat Iron store in New York.