Olivier Theyskens's capsule collection for Theory went somewhat against the grain — not at all a bad thing. While there were deliciously flared mustard corduroys, wide-leg palazzo pants, and the occasional supersexy maxidress, the majority of the collection focused on mini hemlines contrasted by must-have floor-length coats. The moody palette ranged from icy blues to stirring slate grays with dashes of deep wines and a pair of eye-catching red trouser pants. We have a feeling the cozy knits and impeccable outerwear pieces will fly off the racks come fall, but until then catch our entire coverage here!
I have yet to be disappointed by Intermix. Their buyers continue to fill their stores with all things fabulous, and now for the second time, their jet setters have compiled the Intermix BlackBook: Exclusive 2008 Jet Set Guide ($18).
Whether your next travel destination is NYC, the Hamptons, Las Vegas, DC, Miami, Boston, Austin, Dallas, Chicago, or LA, let this book be your guide to all things chic: hotels, restaurants, bars, and clubs. So what makes a fashion boutique an authority on travel? Why, fashion and jet setting go hand in hand!