It’s official: the new hot luxury color is mint green. Some are even saying it’s the new millennial pink. But let’s not get crazy. It may not displace pink, but it’s definitely showing up in lots of places. Some call it mint green, others have named it “neo mint.” Why is this a Thing now? And how do you wear such an unusual color? Dear reader, read on.
If you loved seeing the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle this spring (and seriously, who didn’t?), there’s a huge treat in store for you on the outskirts of London this fall. Meghan Markle’s wedding dress is now on display at Windsor Castle! You have until January 6, 2019 to see it for yourself.
Want to be a holiday hero? That cool cat who can sit back and watch their loved ones shout with glee as presents are opened, knowing that they’ve scored the hardest-to-get items that everyone wants. It’s not just little kids who get their hearts set on a particular gift only to have their parents tearing out their hair trying to find it at the last minute. Grown folks can get attached to the idea of one particular gift, too. Many movie and sitcom plots turn on this very dilemma, but in reality, it is SO not funny.
The Dandelion Chandelier Luxury Calendar for Fashion and Design highlights notable events in the world of auctions, antiques, art fairs, gallery shows, design shows, fashion and beauty around the globe in November 2018. For the rest of the Luxury Calendar, click here.
Make a statement on the street or on the ski slopes with a super-saturated bright neon puffer jacket this winter. There’s a gorgeous array of colors from which to choose right now, led by Prada, so grab a ski jacket in any color of the rainbow and light up your winter.