Maison Hermès Window Display by Tokujin Yoshioka. Beautiful video!
Blake Lively for Chanel Mademoiselle Handbag Line
Missoni Crochet-knit clogs
Beach Shirt by Rag & Bone is the perfect blend of dressy and casual in a crinkled woven fabric.
Sass & Bide Lost Innocence Chain Ring
A roundup of our stylish week here at NotCouture.
Amanda Wakeley's bandage-detailed dark-gray stretch-jersey strapless gown ~ stunning!
Designer Alexi Freeman has produced a film called 'Stardust' for Melbourne's Fashion Festival involving stop motion techniques and tonnes of glitter.
Cute Alexander Wang Adele Fold Trunk Clutch
Check out this editorial featuring "The Spring Summer 2011 collections" by GQ magazine.
Pretty Beyond Vintage Day Dress
Engagement Ring Brass Knuckles For The Belligerent Bride
Stunning green on this Antonia Berardi Origami-folded crepe dress
Urban Outfitters is now carrying high end brands like Candace Ang Jewelry! Love the styling!
Draught Dry Goods´s collections emphasize on traditional and sustainable production, … all made in Montana.
LA-based Monarchy recently started reinventing itself, moving away from graphic tees and loud denim and toward more subtle and sleek casual wear. These simple twill pants are part of its new collection.
Don't wear shades often, but who can resist this pair made out of leather? Clean flat tops by Retro Super Future.
Argentine brand Complot just presented their next autumn/ winter 2011 lookbook, … easy and functional fashion.
From bespoke goldsmiths Da Capo in Dublin; a printed titanium ring with decoration completely unbroken covering the entire inside of the ring...
Striking talon clip by NYC designer Dilan Walpola
The perfect shoe if there ever was one- the Camden Nusa from Eastland Made In Maine. Handsewn with Horween Chromexcel leather, genuine leather welts and American rawhide laces. Sigh.
Fred Perry / Amy Winehouse launched the 2nd part of the SS 11 collaboration. Includes the re-design of classical Fred Perry, incorporating Amy´s personal style.
MF Pepe eye mask seen at London, Milan and Paris Fashion Week for Autumn/Winter 2011
This Market Backpack From Brook Farm champions heritage but relevant for shoppers today
Short and sweet. Spring Bow Dress from Three Little Ducks.
LUXE City Guides LUXEtasy blog highlights Hong Kong Shopping with THE ARMOURY. Artisanal menswear at it's best.
Striped First Mate Bikini by Eberjey
Beautiful People is a Japanese brand established in the year of 2000. The spring summer 2011 collection is preppy but cool and fresh. Catered for men, women and children.
A round up of the season's best rain slickers, in a range of price points. I'm digging this one from Gant by Michael Basitan.
These Super sunglasses come with wicked blue lenses in an awesome "caramel" colorway. Couldn't you just eat these right up?
Oat Shoes have great tree graphics on their soles.
Smooth Co.'s chambray shirt jacket is perfect both as a shirt or outerwear. And brass buttons are a great detailing touch.
The 72 Hour Trunk by NyThan James is a luggage trunk that can be worn like a backpack.
These espadrille wedges by Dolce Vita scream summer! Loving the neutral color combination and cut-out design.
Alternative Apparel waxed cotton draped bag woven leather detail. yes. o. yes.
Did I Studder TOMTOM stacking rings.
Fred Perry is releasing a new line of plimsolls on their site next week, available in ecru and army green.
Founded by the Melbourne designer Laigh Cartwright, December Forever´s inspiration derivates from classic style shoes, … creating a fusion between past and present time.
Feel LIKE A BIRD. Look like one:) feathers made of satin in several shades of turquoise, garnet and black. Beautiful.
A nice lookbook featuring the collaborative bags between Eastpak and Kris Van Assche.
Super cute geometric pocket detail spotted by Giia on Street Tonic from Paris Fashion Week!
KushCush ~ Kerry Cushman's swimsuits have nice playful details ~ like the ruffles!
Norwegian Rain makes quality raincoats that are stylish, durable, and functional. The silhouettes have a unique design bordering the avant-garde but are definitely still casual for everyday use.
French brand Waiting For The Sun specializes in reinventing classic style glasses using innovative materials such as wood.