Channeling Georgia O'Keeffe
Georgia O'Keeffe has always been one of my idols. Her unique style had the perfect balance between understated and sophisticated. I love how she was able to mix masculine tailoring with a Japanese kimono or a feminine blouse with workwear. Here are some of our favorite styles from our new lookbook, fit for a modern-day Georgia.
Liwan dresses some of our favorite stylish women. We love the ease of the shapes with beautiful details made in luxurious fabrics. The Iwan Silk Shirt is one of my personal favorites. Here we've paired it with the exquisite Remmen coat and Amine Skirt. The Sofie D'Hoore Fond Sandals and my very own hat from Santa Fe make it perfectly Georgia.
How much do I love this dress? Enough to have it in 3 different fabrics from past seasons. Georgia O'Keeffe would have loved Arts & Science whose designer Sonya Park believes that fashion is a "tool" in daily life rather than a "tool" for vanity. The clothes are inspired by men's, vintage, work and ethnic wear. Just like Georgia's. The V Neck Big Dress in black is everything we want to wear, year after year.
Bergfabel's impeccable tailoring is inspired by its designer Klaus Plank's Tyrolian origins. He has transformed the traditional shapes into modern styles with exquisite fabrics and hand finished details. The jackets and coats have a timeless beauty Georgia would have loved. Jamilla is channeling her style in the Bell Coat and Skirt with body in beautiful indigo and black linen.