New-to-me designers I love:
I am always on the lookout for new designers and labels to add to my closet. This Stine Goya dress and Lele Sadoughi headband are two new additions that have me totally smitten. Below, I decided to round up some of my current favorite new-to-me designers and what I am eyeing and buying from each.
Lele Sadoughi // Lisa and I actually worked together at Tory Burch and she has an impressive and extensive background in jewelry design. When I saw her namesake line, particularly these drop earrings, I fell head over heels. Recently she launched these chic headbands that make for the perfect summer accessory.
Stine Goya // Feminine, yet colorful and quirky, this line is right up my alley. The Copenhagen based designer always serves up an amazing mixture of colors, prints, and voluminous silhouettes. This dress is my personal favorite from SS18, but I can’t wait to get my hands on this pink peplum top from Fall 18!
LHD // Laure is the mastermind behind one of my favorite stores, The Webster, and also runs an impressively chic clothing line, LHD. The silhouettes are all timeless, but interesting, and her use of prints is #goals. I love this shirtdress silhouette, as well as this fruit print bodysuit! Keep an eye out as I will be wearing one her designs very soon here on Atlantic-Pacific.
1901 // I tend to gravitate towards statement pieces, so I have to remind myself each season to make sure I am picking up a few more versatile, basic pieces to ground my closet. 1901, Nordstrom’s newest private label brand, has recently been a favorite of mine for simple sweaters, easy summer shirt-dresses, and ruffle tops (to wear back to denim on the weekends). You can see a few of my favorites here, here and here.
PARAVEL // Made in durable canvas that can be easily folded and packed away, this accessories brand makes truly great luggage, as well as handbags. Lately, I have been buying less designer handbags and opting for more interesting and differentiated brands at better price points. Staud, Cult Gaia, and Simon Miller are just a few that come to mind, and I am now adding Paravel to that list!