This moto jacket is crafted in faux leather with an asymmetrical zippered front, a notched lapel, front zip pockets, and quilting at the top of each long sleeve and back yoke. It also comes in black and burgundy red. Shop it Now on www.Forever21.com.
Made in Italy from smooth black leather, Givenchy’s boots are perfectly in tune with this season’s grown-up rebel trend. They have a flattering almond toe and are punctuated with flawlessly applied silver studs. The designer-stamped buckled straps are fully functional, ensuring the perfect fit. Available to Order Now from www.Net-a-Porter.com.
Blogger and model Julia Restoin-Roitfeld attended the Calvin Klein show during New York Fashion Week with her mother Carine Roitfeld. For the event Julia wore a black leather jacket and matching flare leather-skirt paired with black patent Mary-Jane heels. Continue reading to view additional images of her look.
Inspired by both modern and vintage designs, Jane Mayle crafts sophisticated accessories from the finest materials, producing goods to last a lifetime. One example: this luxe suede and leather purse with decorative leather stitching. The bag features a detachable leather-and-chain shoulder strap with leather shoulder protector and asymmetrical snap-closure flap. Order it Now from www.ClubMonaco.com.
Treat your loved ones right and take them to new culinary heights on an alfresco adventure; this basket will inject picnics with banquet flair and impeccable order. Handcrafted in Somerset with locally grown willow by a fourth generation family of artisans, the traditional wicker body has an aged weather beaten gold finish, leather belt fastenings and whimsical Liberty Print detailing, giving everyone’s favourite summer pursuit a heritage makeover. Available to Order Now from www.Liberty.co.uk.
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Last weekend the New York TimesT magazine featured a tour of filmmaker James Ivory’s home in Upstate New York. The 19th-century mansion in Hudson Valley is filled with memories and ephemera from over 50 years of filmmaking with his late partner Ismail Merchant. Together, under the name Merchant Ivory, they produced films such as Remains of the Day, The Bostonians, and A Room with a View . . . amongst many other lovely features. Continue reading to view additional images and video.