8/7/18

Star-Struck

Summer nights have always held a fascination for scientists and romantics alike.  Scientists search for clues to better understand the heavens, and romantics keep an eye out for signs to guide them toward heaven on earth.  Both are drawn to the mystery of natural phenomena, be it celestial or interpersonal.








As a casual stargazer, you only have to look up at the clear sky to appreciate the wonderment of the Milky Way spread across the sky like a band of white pearls and sparkling crystals.  At midnight, look overhead to see the enchanting Summer Triangle composed of three of the brightest stars in the sky:  Altair, Deneb, and Vega.  

We’re featuring a triad of stellar designers to help make your dreams come true.  Improve  your visibility in the Embellished Jumpsuit by Alice + Olivia.  No magnification is necessary to see the prism of colors splashed across the front of Cushnie et Ochs Expressionist Print dress.   And the Palm Bustier dress by Milly will surely leave him star-struck.  

While Astronomers rely on structured experiments for answers, Astrologists depend on  predictions to help you make sense of the vast galaxy.  So, whether you’re guided by probability or possibility, a telescope or a horoscope, a bit of mystery always makes style more interesting. 



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An airy veil of mesh decorated with lustrous floral appliqués imparts a sense of levity to the moody romance of this swingy A-line dress by Co.

















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Confident, iconic and effortlessly chic, the Pigalle is named for a Parisian neighborhood celebrated for its culture of racy art, theater and entertainment. Pigalle Pump. Christian Louboutin.















































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A ruffled panel at one hip adds feminine shape and subtle asymmetry to this breezy silk midi dress. Grey Jason Wu.





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Simple and slinky, this strappy cocktail dress is what you'll slip into when you have a party or event to attend. Grey Jason Wu.





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Jaunty bows march down the front of a lithe silk dress patterned with dainty sprigs of flowers. Red Valentino.





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Styled with an elegant, asymmetric silhouette, this flattering frock boasts a mesh-dot overlay, gathered waistline and layered ruffles dancing at the hem. Milly.





















A floral burnout fabric gives opulent texture and velvety shimmer to a romantic blouse with ties to hang loosely down the front or be wrapped into a soft bow. Alice + Olivia Arie Tie Neck Blouse.