Posts filed under “On the Street”

Mix Factor

Scene: A mix of style, a mix of weather. Comings and goings, uptown and down. Side swiped by the contrasting moods of Winter. Warm up, cool down. Pops of color and spontaneity, warm knits, hi-shine, faux and fur, puffed quilts, plaids, fringe and suede. Classics get a twist. Hints of spring.      


Scene & Heard: City lights, bright light. Shine. Lady Antebellum performs “Silver Bells” live from CMA Country Christmas. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!      

High Fidelity

Scene: New York Fashion Week Spring 2018. After a week of some of the biggest brands, designers, and productions all showing out for NYFW, it’s time to take a look back at some vibrate highlights. High fidelity style and unstyle. Real-to-real recording of personal style amplified going to the runways in hi-fi color. A bandwidth of patterns, and a frequency of texture. […]

Window Dressing

Scene: Windows all dressed up on Fifth and Madison Avenues, and in between. The allure of a vision in a window, reflected. Proenza Schouler at Saks Fifth Avenue, above. Notable window dressers: Simon Doonan of Barneys. David Hooey of Bergdorf Goodman. Gene Moore was a leading 20th century window dresser who joined Tiffany & Company in 1955. Danuta Ryder formerly of Henri Bendel. And […]

Spring Up

Scene: Spring’s chill, light layering, and swing temperatures. Trench coats, jackets, sweaters, and coats. Brights and neutrals. Platinum, charcoal, tones of goldenrod, a range of caramel tints, lime to forest green, yellow and purple. Pretty in pink, black and blue, black on black. Classic and not. Sheer white and black leather. Solids, prints, stripes, and breezy […]