Designer, fashion, Runway, Tigerlily Hill, Trends / 05.06.2019

             Michael Kors Resort 2020 collection includes black. Groundbreaking:). Resort has never looked like this, but I love it. Besides that, this is a mult-layered collection which certainly could not be described as basic, the pieces clearly can be worn in nearly all seasons. These are ‘urbane’ clothes mixing embellishments, polka-dots, and ruffles. The stand out is that the tailoring is impeccable as usual and equally important is that this season (aside from the one piece swimsuit) is absolutely a beautiful mix of...

fashion / 01.06.2019

. Karl Lagerfeld is no longer with us and this Resort 2020 is the first Fendi collection designed without his lead. A magnanimous loss that can never be quantified yet I love what this season has produced! It is seamless owing to Silvia Venturini Fendi, a petite that has been by Lagerfeld side all her life. This season is all about a series of ladylike tailored suits with sharp-cut blazers paired with matching trapeze midi skirts that were deceitfully...

Designer, fashion, Fashion, Lifestyle, Runway, Tigerlily Hill, Trends / 27.05.2019

Robyn Rihanna Fenty moves to London?! We love it. Apparently for the last year she’s been working on this new line. As the CEO and artistic director, Rihanna will make history as the first black woman to head an LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy) brand. Her power and Instagram influence will probably be the key to her brand,  Fenty’s success. For those of us who follow her on social media we would’ve seen some of the clothes as she’s been wearing select pieces. The salmon pink suit with coordinating fanny pack is what we all want. The only way forward is for...

Designer, Fashion, Runway, Trends / 10.05.2019

  Nicolas Ghesquière recently posted on Instagram about the historic TWA Flight Center, he was impressed and so were we. LV!!! The terminal closed almost 20 years ago, but it still looms large in the public imagination. The producers of last year’s heist movie Ocean’s 8 staged a runway show in its sweeping lobby, and before that, it made an appearance in Steven Spielberg’s Catch Me If You Can. Next week, after a multiyear renovation, it will reopen as a hotel, complete with 500-plus rooms and an infinity pool. The...