Having braved the COLD snap weather Europe has seen over the last two months, our buyers have just returned from their Pre FALL buy with the trends forecast and their travelling highlights.
It’s always refreshing to see a wonderful pop of colour in our winter collections! As Australians, our seasonal differences to Europe can sometimes limit the fashion choices, however lighter fabrics and lighter colours bring joy back to our buyers’ lives! Stella was a hit in this category with wonderful crepe de chine and crepe sable fabrications giving a transeasonal spin to her winter collection.
Gucci followed on from this super sensual trend through their Pre Fall collection too in both the ready-to-wear and accessories.
If you are only now getting your head into the pajama look. Don’t fret! It is still well and truly on the fashion agenda. Never before has wearing your MOST comfortable home attire been more acceptable! Only now you can look incredibly stylish and equally as comfy.Gucci, Stella McCartney and even Chloé have designed your ultimate day-to-night-TO BED outfit. This is a fashion staple must. And we love! Channel your inner Lana Turner and get going.
Welcome to the family Yves Salomon furs! The deliciously soft and luxurious fur accessories will be joining us from June this year to brighten up our dark days of winter. Olivia Palermo is an avid fan. Fur collars and scarves as well as a gilet or two will have your heart racing.
The talent behind Monsieur Bleu is behind this super stylish restaurant. A deliciously simple and fresh menu inspired by the Italian and French riviera and some of the best people watching in Paris. Opened in 2016 in tandem with Les Arts Décoratifs marking its 30th anniversary this year. Overlooking the Tuileries along the path to the iconic Louvre museum, this is a must stop on your travels. Reservations are a must!
Not just another white shirt. We had the privilege of a private tour around the historic shirt salon Charvet Shirts. The original shirtmaker exclusively serviced princes and presidents. Since 1838 — decades before the emergence of London’s Savile Row — Charvet has been where men (and now women) have come to get their made-to-measure shirts and suits, at the same time fashioning, in no small part, their own identities. Yves Saint Laurent. Charles de Gaulle. Winston Churchill.
With no less than a choice of 100 different styles of collars and cuffs, and literally endless selection of fabrics it is a fashion-obsessive’s dreamland.