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August 23 2014

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3 posts tagged "Brittany Adams"

Editor Obsessions: Gabriela Artigas’ Infinite Hook Earring

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Every day, Style.com’s editors reveal their current obsessions—and where to buy them. Check out today’s pick, below.

Gabriela Artigas

Picking out my outfits in the mornings typically involves more deliberation than I’m willing to admit, but jewelry is the one thing I’ve got down to a science. That’s because I essentially wear the same pieces every day. I’ve always rocked two fistful of rings (all inherited from my grandmothers), which I never remove, and rarely leave home without screwing on my favorite Miansai cuff. But while I’ve got my hands and wrists covered, what I’m currently lacking is a pair of go-to earrings following the mysterious disappearance of one of my rose gold hoops. After searching high and low for the rogue ‘ring, I’ve finally found its worthy replacement: Gabriela Artigas’ Infinite Hook style, which threads delicately through the lobe and has a minimalist, slightly tribal appeal. In 14-karat rose gold, it will nicely complement my surviving hoop or make a modern statement worn solo.

Gabriela Artigas Infinite Hook Earring, $195. Buy it now.

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Editor Obsessions: Valentino’s Studded Leather Belt

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Every day, Style.com’s editors reveal their current obsessions—and where to buy them. Check out today’s pick, below.

Valentino

In my opinion, belts might just be the most underrated women’s accessory. This summer, I’ve discovered how they can transform and elevate a basic jeans-and-T-shirt combination. Taking pointers from stylish French fashion editors like Emmanuelle Alt and Géraldine Saglio, who regularly rock classic buckled bands with their skinnies, not to mention my favorite image of Grace Hartzel in Saint Laurent’s Pre-Fall ads, I’ve been satisfying my belt cravings by raiding my younger brothers’ closets for their old braided leather iterations. I’ve also been cruising the racks at Rainbow (my current shopping obsession) for cheap thrills. At this point, I’m finally ready to invest in a timeless belt. Enter: Valentino’s signature rock-stud style in orange, which is sure to up my cinching game just in time for the Spring ’15 shows.

Valentino studded leather belt, $545, Buy it now

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Editor Obsessions: A.L.C.’s Leo Bucket Bag

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Every day, Style.com’s editors reveal their current obsessions—and where to buy them. Check out today’s pick, below.

A.L.C. Bucket bag

Over the years, I’ve accumulated a collection of purses so vast, it could fill a bellman’s luggage trolley. But the one item I’m still sorely lacking in my arsenal is a classic bucket bag. For some time now, I’ve been jonesing to get my hands on one of Mansur Gavriel’s popular, well-priced styles. But after seeing so many other girls carrying their MGs in recent months, I’m now coveting something a bit more anonymous: A.L.C.’s new Leo bucket, which I first spied designer Andrea Lieberman toting at a recent Resort appointment. It’s roomy enough to stash all my daily essentials—plus my notebooks, press releases, and even a spare pair of shoes. The convertible Leo (named after Lieberman’s son) features smooth leather and unassuming hardware, but the best part is it can be worn as either a hobo or a cross-body. Simple, practical, and guaranteed to break in beautifully.

A.L.C. Leo convertible bucket bag, $895, now available for preorder on barneys.com.

Photo: Via Barneys.com