Our 2017 collection has been one of our favorites. Today we’re taking a closer look at a few linens and some inspiration pairings with recent runway looks. Ready, set, go!
Inspiration Pairings with Runway Show-stoppers
Starting off with a bold look from the Delpozo Resort 2018 collection and the perfectly paired Cyndi Melon. A match made in neon heaven! Love the touch of navy blue with the head scarf… Kansas Navy napkins would look great with the Cyndi linen and add that pop of contrast.
A beautiful lace/crochet number from Reem Acra looks like it was make from our new Charolette linen. We’re always suckers for a good, classic black and white combo, and this might be a new favorite. Charolette White looks great draped over a wood table to show a little skin, so to speak, or over a classic Tuscany White or Nuovo White for a sleek look with a dash of texture.
Keeping the cut out theme going, Jean Paul Gaultier opts for chic, black leather and Gucci knocks it out of the park with sequins. For Gaultier, we go to cut out leather lace Toni. For Gucci, sequin petal lace Flora. Naughty or nice? Either way is fabulous.
Looking for something similar to this feather/flame Ziad Nakad gown? Look no further. Mariah is a sequin pattern overlay that evokes that same vibe of a phoenix rising from the flames. Not to be confused with our Phoenix linen which is less glam, more boho dream – different story but same name. Have we thoroughly confused you? Too bad! Onward!
Valentino brings you the ‘more is more’ look and it is so right. Got some room? Stick a flower on it! Blossom White is on the same wave length, giving volume and texture where you want it and hiding
your the table’s trouble spots. Got a bod table that you want to flaunt? Drape it over without an underlay and let it peek through those delicate petals.
This fuchsia duo from Givenchy gives you the old 1 and 2 punch, screaming at you to #livecolorfully! Holi Fuchsia here to cure your need for bright colors and flowing textures.
We’re feeling inspired and ready to get to work! Excuse us while we go wrap ourselves in some linens and practice our runway stomp. That counts as work, don’t worry.