Rounding out the final of Pleats Please Spring-Summer 2013 collection are the monthly colors of May. Staying true to the theme of this season's Carnival, May features the jewel tone colors inspired by the festivals and celebrations in India. Flowing styles and draping silhouettes make the perfect transition into summer.
Saturday, April 20, 2013
April's monthly colors introduce earthy tones of greens and browns to compliment the bold and energetic prints of the African Anima. Along side that there are the flowing and romantic silhouettes of the Ethnic Tulle, which combines soft tulle layer over pleated fabric. And to balance out the muted colors of Pleats Please's April, we have the vibrant candied colors from this month's Cauliflower.
Friday, March 15, 2013
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Friday, March 1, 2013
To celebrate the ever expanding popularity of the Bao Bao Issey Miyake hand bag line, a special display was recently featured at our SoHo boutique. Along with it was the release of a limited, special edition designed especially for the New York store. The bag is tri-color consisting of black, silver, and white falling in a diagonal gradation. Also perched on multiple levels of balance bars along our windows were the Spring-Summer 2013 release of other Bao Baos in various sizes, shapes, and colors.
Friday, February 1, 2013
We leave the festivities of Brazil to follow up with the celebrations of Mexico. This month features the Shining Town print which was inspired by the Day of the Dead festival. Skeletons, symbol of death and rebirth, are cheerfully dancing in the lively colors of the a Mexican town. One color represents night time, while the other represents day time.
Also shown in the display windows is another one of February's highlight, Stipple Shadow. It is a foil transfer print in a pattern of an aggregation of small points that creates a shimmering effect.
Our Cauliflower section is also enjoying a festive month with its cheerful and fresh Spring time colors!
Friday, January 11, 2013
January features the Rhythmic Parade print that combines pop textile patterns and dynamically cut silhouettes. Its powerful and energetic vibe is perfect to mix and match with the Monthly Colors of January, which was inspired by the Rio's Carnival in Brazil.