It’s officially sweater weather! Yay! If you’re one of those people who waits for this time all year, it’s your moment. Here’s our run-down on some of the best fall-winter 2018-19 designer knits. They’ll take you from the office to the apple orchard to apres ski to a lazy Sunday brunch in the city in relaxed – and cozy – luxury style.
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 July 2018. For the rest of the Luxury Calendar, click here. And don’t forget to check out our list of the best luxury items to shop for in the month of July.
You want to dress like a boss, but you’re operating on a non-boss income level. How do you determine where to invest so that your wardrobe presents your best you, while not going into debt or having a closet full of “stuff” that you don’t really need?
Who looked angelic? Who raised an unholy row? And whose wardrobe needs a divine intervention? We know, the puns available for a fashion event with the theme “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination” are endless and in questionable taste. So from here on in, we’ll just focus on the attire for this year’s Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala.
Yo, spring! Are you coming this year, or what? We just spoke with our cousins in the Midwest, and they had 17 inches of snow on the ground last week. That’s just messed up. Despite our most fervent hopes, we still don’t have the right to bare arms just yet. Until that happy day arrives, we went in search of spring jackets and coats that will get us outdoors and on the street in style, no matter the weather. From a lightweight trench to an Italian A-line crêpe, we found several chic spring coats in 9 on-trend categories that will keep all of us just warm enough – and looking way-cool enough – during these transitional weeks of spring.