In honor of Target’s newest wave of collaborations Vogue hosted a small tea last Thursday with the three designers; milliner Albertus Swanepoel, jewelry designer Dana Kellin and women’s designer Josie Natori. The three collections hit Target stores on October 30th and will be available until late December… Assuming everything isn’t sold out by then!
Dana Kellin’s collection for Target consists of earrings and necklaces with stones in two different color ways; warm pinks and purples, and colder blues and greens. The pieces are all under $50 and perfect for layering, take a look…
Lastly, Josie Natori’s 30 piece collection is so colorful and incredibly lush. The sleepwear and lingerie will be available in two shipments, one on October 30th and the second before Valentines Day… So yummy!
Tags: Alexander McQueen, Art, Daphne Guinness, Designers, New York, Parties, Photography
I hope you have seen the Daphne Guinness exhibit at FIT already, but in the event you haven’t, I hope these photographs make you want to go. Even if you have already walked through, you’re in need of a re-visit. I have never been in the presence of so much couture before, there isn’t even this much shown in Paris in January and July. Ok, maybe that’s a bit of an overstatement, but it is not an exaggeration to say that Daphne’s clothing collection is truly extraordinary. I remember back to last August when I was interviewing her and she described the process she and Valerie Steele -Director of the Museum at FIT- went through to curate the exhibit. The roughly 100 looks were styled by Ms.Guinness in one sitting during a trip to her clothing archive. Once you get past being in utter disbelief that a single woman can own such exquisite garments, you see the garments for what they truly are, pieces of art. I was pleasantly surprised to discover the wearability of her collection. Yes, the practical pieces were offset by some Gareth Pugh madness, but it was refreshing to see a classic, black velvet Alaia gown or Chanel jacket amidst the craziness that is couture. The exhibit is on display at the Museum at FIT until January 7th – appropriately, my birthday. I think that is some sort of sign. I don’t quite know yet what it indicates, but it has to mean something… Please go see it and let me know what you think!