Colorblocking is one of the hottest trends for Spring and what better way to update your look than with some bright baubles? From light pink to bright pink, watermelon, tangerine, turquoise and true blue. Mix and match to create a look all your own! Click on the images above to view our latest collection.
Back in December 2011 we joined forces with the amazing nonprofit organization Water For People. We feel so strongly about the work they do that we wanted to show continued support. In celebration of World Water Day on March 22, we are donating 15% of store sales (from our shop in Columbus Circle) and 5% of all web sales during the entire month of March to Water For People! Do good while you shop–simply make a purchase and 5% will automatically be donated!
Every human needs water to survive. Isn’t it crazy that every human does not have access to clean water? Water For People is going after Everyone in the regions where it works. And they are going after Forever. Water For People doesn’t just go into a community, install a well and then leave. They build strong relationships between the local municipality, civil society, and private enterprise to ensure people have lasting access to safe water. They are currently in 11 countries worldwide.
To learn more about Water For People or make a donation Click Here!
Be on the lookout for special happenings closer to March 22 for World Water Day!
Read our blog post from December.
Now that the weather has started warming up we can really begin focusing on our Spring wardrobes. Miriam shared her top 3 Spring trends straight from the runways of NY and Paris.
1. Orange Crush
3. Bright Florals
Miriam took to the streets of Paris during Fashion Week for Première Classe in the Jardin des Tuileries. This year, Miriam is keeping it simple in a black leather skirt from The Row, her favorite Maison Martin Margiela black booties, and an Alberta Ferretti navy full skirt coat. Flirty tops and lacy tights help switch up the look and accents of clear, navy and black jewelry make it feel fresh.