Summer to Fall Style


Although it is summer, a black jumpsuit is always right. It’s the hero piece that should be in everyone’s wardrobe. This Opening Ceremony one can take you from day to night, summer to fall, and back again.

See? A true hero.


Give your monochrome ensemble an extra pop with bright accessories like these Stella McCartney flatforms (on sale!) and Christian Louboutin handbag. Shop more Pre-Fall arrivals from Opening Ceremony here.

Not Your Average Reds, Whites, and Blues

In preparation for the holiday weekend ahead, shop some of my favorite reds, whites, and blues currently in store (some even on sale!) below.

All available here, in store, or via a personal shopper. 

Labels You Should Know: Mugler

While we’re talking about grommets, Mugler’s Fall 15 collection has just arrived in store, and if you’re unfamiliar with the label, it’s time to get familiar.


New creative director David Koma has stayed true to the Parisian label’s sleek aesthetic, while adding his own touch in the form of sexy silhouettes and sharp tailoring. In an effort to keep the Mugler spirit alive “without doing retro,” Koma created pieces from an era you can’t really pinpoint. A bit futuristic, a bit 80s, and a whole lot of get in my closet. Shop the three looks above by contacting a personal shopper or in store now.


Trend to Try: Grommets

As evidenced by some of the top street-style starlets and a handful of designer collections, grommets are in. From Mugler and Balenciaga to Givenchy and Proenza Schouler – just to name a few – it appears as if the grommet has taken over as the new stud. Find some style inspiration below and ways you can get involved with this budding trend.


Resort 16 Continued

We’re wrapping up the end of our New York Resort 16 market season with The Row, Nili Lotan, and Alexander Wang.

Alexander Wang took off right where his collection left off. Hints from Fall are seen throughout in the form of grommets and chunky flatforms. I’m particularly obsessed with this one suede and leather skirt which is basically the first shirt seen above, except, you know, a skirt.

We’ve always been a huge fan of Nili Lotan for her amazing fitting pants, and although we did oh and ah over each one we saw this time around, her slinky slip-inspired maxi skirt and tuxedo jackets were really refreshing to see. Nili walked us through all of her favorite new pieces, which came into fruition as a result of a void she saw in her own closet. She laughed saying it was kind of a selfish collection for her, but by all means, be selfish Nili. We love it.

And last but certainly not least, The Row, who was just recognized by the CFDA as Womenswear Designer of the Years, was just as chic and clean as always. I’ve never wanted to wear a sophisticated three piece suit more.