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August 28 2014

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3 posts tagged "Organic by John Patrick"

Editor Obsessions: Organic by John Patrick’s Pegged Skirt

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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.

Organic by John Patrick

I have a deep, deep love of uniforms, and while skinny pants and blousy tees are my current go-tos, I’m considering adding skirts into the mix. This Organic by John Patrick number seems like the right first step. The elongated silhouette and dark hue lend it an air of sophistication, but the elastic waist and scuba material make it laid-back enough to wear every day. I might just have to take the plunge.

Organic by John Patrick pegged skirt, $655, Buy it now

Photo: Courtesy Photo 

Cat Eyes

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With this indecisive fall weather, sunglasses can easily become a forgotten mishap. That is, unless you’re sporting a pair from Bulgari’s new Le Gemme line. The jewelry company threw a fête at the Soho branch of Ilori to celebrate the haute joaillerie sunglasses, and considering the price tags—styles reached upward to $44,000 with rose gold, colored gems, and diamonds—the collection wasn’t the kind to be carelessly misplaced.

“I’ve worn one of the black sunglasses with the little flowers on the side out in Cannes,” Kirsten Dunst said. The Melancholia actress pulled off the retro fifties- and sixties-inspired cat-eye shape with aplomb, encased for the evening in polished glass cases with walls of real foliage and climbing roses as backdrop. She had more trouble on the Pasadena, California, shoot for the fragrance Bulgari Jasmin Noir. “It was a stuffed lion, so not the easiest co-star,” Dunst said. “There was a real lion, but he was kept separate. It was the same lion as the Narnia film The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.” Notable felines seemed to be a theme for the night. Hannah Bronfman, Jessica Joffe, and Ten lingerie’s Daphne Javitch were among the admirers of the blinged accessories. Bronfman, though, had clothing in mind. “I’ve just been working on the upcoming collection,” she said of her collaboration with Organic by John Patrick, due out next spring.

Photo: David X. Prutting / BFAnyc.com

Will You Wear “The Housemaid Look”? And More…

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Jewelers, it’s your lucky day. Tiffany & Co. has announced a new, $1 million gift to the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund, which will include a $250,000 grant to be awarded to one of the past jewelry winners of the Fashion Fund grant. [CFDA]

Vogue Italia investigates a trend we’re not sure will catch on: “the housemaid look” (left). [Vogue.it]

Before his move to W, Edward Enninful had been fashion director at i-D for two decades, since taking the job in 1991 at the tender age of 18. His successor has just been announced: Charlotte Stockdale, the English stylist who’s long worked with the magazine, as well as contributing to Numéro, V, and Visionaire. [Fashionologie]

Organic’s John Patrick is a man of many talents. Case in point: The watercolor paintings (with organic paint, no less!) he’s contributing to a new group show. [T]

And pour a little out, it’s the end of an era: The final episode of Oprah airs today at 4 p.m. EST. [Oprah]

Photo: vogue.it