GIO DIEV Sample Sale, October 29th & 30th NYC
220 East 52nd Street
We’re slow to acknowledge the Brits, unless of course they are of POSHGLAMorous caliber. Shall you blame us? Kat Graham rocked the Emmy scene, this past Sunday in a Gio Diev Sofia black patent leather pump with soft-gold bolt details and nuzzled up with a chap quite handsome. She happens to be wearing the same svelte hair coif that I wear myself, I actually started the trend (rich & skinny runs in the fam).
See below for the style and visit Gio Diev for more info.
David Yurman depicts in his most recent female muse, The Weeping Willow Collection. With ever-astonishing imagery typically pulling from on-trend moguldom i.e. Kate Moss, Joan Smalls, Gisele Bundchen & Kate Upton. This time imminent personification erupts from a signature piece of mother nature that statures beyond the known. Showcasing an intimate, behind the scenes look at the inspiration & design process behind his luxury jewel house. David’s whimsical development from ideation to tangible art, draws from both his imagination and god’s work. Crystallizing the energy and statement making essence of the baubles eventually coming to life in his hands at the workbench.
A very early evening walk through arching willow trees near Yurman’s country home further inspired David to design the intricately crafted Willow collection with Sybil, his wife.
The graceful designs interpret David Yurman’s iconic cable motif in a slender, feminine way and effortlessly layer with his existing collections.
Like fronds dancing on a light breeze, there is a kinetic energy in Willow. “There’s a bit of organic harmony,” says David. “Like everything in nature, it’s perfectly asymmetric.”
We’re not ones for keep up with the Jones’, we can barely keep up with ourselves. With the trying economic times, we all stretch to be smarter more savvy shoppers & conscientious buyers. Everyone likes nice things, but most of us know a great bargain when we see one as well. It’s important to be practical and still enjoy the lifestyle suiting our interests, evolving as better versions of our former selves.
Here’s to coming up in the world: One Kings Lane at a time. This site is a cool discovery of finely curated home & decor items to make sure your surroundings are just a fabuluxe as your closet. Thanks to the www, misers can enjoy just as much plush as the more vrai of the riche.
Check out gorge jewelry chest by Morelle & Co, listed above for: $129, great for fine & fashion jewelry connoisseurs. We’re also huge fans of the one-of-a-kind turquoise & rattan night stands seen below:
Guess the mid-range price tags don’t fit for shabby-chic shopping ;), but if you’re looking for cache in-house finds, this may be a great place to start before browsing top-dollar. Ultimately, if you begin here: you can enhance the cherry picked items with more substantial staples later. Giving your surroundings the ambiance of well-selected items, both high and low by off-setting the spontaneity with more stylish choices. After being taken-back by the broad range of selection and huge price cuts: we knew, you would probably sneak over and deep breath too. Enjoy, whew!
Stifle your inner wicca, no need to cast a spell. Though we’re sure you’ve been utterly enchanted by LVMH’s greedy vying for Hermès stock. Don’t stretch yourself beyond drastic measure. Be practical and think fast, call that obnoxious rich guy that’s been blowing your cell and exclaim with excitement “tomorrow’s my birthday.” Keep in mind, this only works once – wait, once a year.
By the time you drop-ship this doozy to your doorstep, you can own a pre-drama (more expensive) vintage version of your favorite Hermès bag for the price of a small yacht. With all the bickering over P/E ratios, looks like you’ll be holding on to this mint for inflationary long-standing value. Beyond family heirloom thrills and jealous aws, the mere fact that you were able to swindle it should bring you more luck than bragging rights. Now for that rich, guy: we’ll let you get out of this one the good ol’ fashion way…RUN! I’ll get you my pretty, and that little dog too.