Hello-Hello and happy Wednesday, this seems to have been a rather intense several days, we’re wondering how it could only be Wednesday?!
We begin with a look at a brand some readers may not be familiar with, Kitsuné.
Originally started as a music label, the Parisian firm’s design aesthetic is one we appreciate.
Most are simple pieces that can meet a myriad of needs.
The lines are classic, with little or no frou-frou.
This fall’s collection is called Ivy League; below a few samples via the always-on-top-of-things folks at High Snobette.
Here are two styles from the fall group we find rather fabulous.
A list of brick and mortar stores carrying the line is available here; the selection of shops where one might shop online is much broader.
And two very quick looks for your MOTH (Man of the House).
In today’s Bits & Bytes:
- There is news that Jaeger is launching an offshoot of the brand aimed at a younger demo:
Targeted at a younger demo, Boutique by Jaeger launches this July and according to British Vogue, the new group will retail for 30% less than Jaeger’s standard collection. Below, two looks from the new collection.
We share a couple of cute finds in our Mad for Madras category, we simply couldn’t resist the Madras Toddler shoes, despite their distressed (we think that is the proper use of the term) design, they are too cute.
Readers may also appreciate the Sperry Madras tennis shoes for Boy seen below left. (These are designed to be sans laces – gasp.)
Above right we show the Polo Ralph Lauren Madras Sandals, also for Boys.
When it comes to madras for Mom, we were surprised to discover a brand with a logo larger than Mr. Lauren’s. Silly Princess.
We close with what must be an adorable ensembles for the four-legged family members at your palace:
By Puppia, the bright eyes at Plaid and Hound discovered the nautically inclined bed, and we simply had to share.
With that we say g’bye until next time!