Anita Ko has been dominating the red carpet jewelry game with so many of Hollywoods stars wearing her stunning pieces. She has gained an impressive celebrity following with her unique statement pieces that add the right amount of bling to any look. Anita tells us how creative, successful, women have always been an inspiration for her and that’s why she creates pieces that span from timeless classics to must-have fashion pieces, making something special for everyone.
As we prepare for our Anita Ko trunk show this weekend, October 24th-25th, we asked Anita to tell us about her incredibles jewelry. She explains to us about her favorite stones, new pieces, and how her impressive celebrity following inspires her.
TWO x TWO is right around the corner! We have everything you need for the gold themed event. From an Alberta Ferretti brocade gown, that looks like a piece of art itself, to statement gold accessories such as a gold Lanvin clutch, diamond and gold jewelry and Givenchy peep-toes with a gold stiletto heel.
Vika Gazinskaya is a young designer that is a part of a new breed of Muscovites, known for their expensive yet impeccable taste, and Vika is leading the charge. She has an aesthetic that is evolving from season to season, pushing the limits with her unique, exaggerated silhouettes and luxurious fabrics. Her Fall collection embodies strong elements, such as the almond-shaped shoulder cut-outs which felt very 1950′s, think “Roman Holiday” for the modern day. Moving from nostalgia to new with an oversized, ruffled gingham placket tunic dress and a bell-shaped shearling vest hand-painted in ombré surf green showcasing exactly why Vika is a Russian Revelation!
Josh Goot is known for his modern aesthetic, attention to cut over embellishment, and impeccably crafted garments finished with a refined execution. For his Fall 2014 collection, Goot adopted a new minimalistic approach. He created a visual motif of a rose corrupted by technology, which is represented throughout his collection in the printed jacquard pieces. Body conscious designs were carefully thought out in fabrications of wool, leather and knits creating silhouettes that are cleverly contoured away from the body. It’s no glitch that we are excited to have this new designer in for fall.
Fast fashion from the Moschino Fall 2014 collection has arrived and we are eating it up! Jeremy Scott, creative director of Moschino, embraces the culture of consumerism in a cheeky, brash, and ingenious way. He playfully mixes the luxury line with gold hardware, quilted leather and logo-lettered accessories that takes us back to the days of celebrated street wear.