especially the incredible tasseled canteens gracing the model's necks.
and this mannequin-styled Sartorialist photo here
I really like the fall of the lapel and wonder if this coat might be reversible?
This one is! Reversible Fendi fur coat via here
captured by Candice Lake
I like the similar way this lapel flips out.
Somehow, despite the fur and the fact it's Fendi, it manages to look more casual.
I love these brown toned brogues here and have a great boot version myself. I didn't bother bringing any winter clothes to Jakarta. They are all packed in boxes in Sydney where I have occasional flash backs to what is actually in there. Loved spotting those as much as these ones here.
beautiful antique agate locket here
just a room here
heavenly wooden clutch here
I really miss rugging up.
This was showcased in MOMA in 2007
These are stunning in every way. So impressive and leaves most statement jewelry in the dust! (via here)
I love the luxurious mix of leather and silver above. Will have to check with Mum, but
I'm sure she once bought Dad a hip flask not dissimilar to the one above. (via here)
Hickory clutch here
Beautiful organic and fluid lines.
An heiress, writer, traveler, political activist and muse, Cunard would not look out of place traveling the globe in Hermes today. One of the things I loved about the collection was it's strong nod to the1920's/30's yet, much like the image of Nancy above, was also very timeless and modern. I can't believe this photo was taken in 1928. She looks so fantastic - modern and completely current.
Below left is a Hermes coat from the same 2011 Fall collection and right is a fantastic image of Cunard in a jacket designed by Sonia Delaunay in 1925. There are definite similarities don't you think?
Sonia Delaunay, Coat made for Gloria Swanson, 1923-24. I also loved her here.
Ok, unobtainable & unaffordable (for me) Hermes Mother's Daydreaming Be Gone! I vanquish thee.