Wednesday, March 17, 2010

The Wearing of the Green

Luca Luca dress. Linea Pelle belt. Bow headband. Barbie necklace. Costume jeweled garland bracelet. Moss agate ring (a souvenir from my trip to St Thomas). Hue leopard tights. Chanel ruffled ballerinas.
The artist-collector Hunt Slonem embodies my eccentric aesthetic; his NYC home was recently featured in New York & POP Magazines as well as on Kelly’s effervescent Glamourai blog. Mr. Slonem's apartment is an Aladdin's cave of luscious wallpaper/textiles, inspiring me to adopt this golden frock; florals are deeply etched across the fabric & shimmering straps swoop from my shoulders. It was originally a tube-dress, but a little tulle renders Luca Orlandi’s design more practical.
My Barbie necklace wears enough green (coat, dress & pair of heels) for both of us in honor of St Patrick's Day. She hails from a key-chain - the great untapped resource for necklace charms (their inexpensive darling doodads easily detach from the ring). I perched Barbie in my belt & away we go to the holiday parade!


  1. Beautiful dress! And I adore that necklace. I secretly still really love Barbies.

  2. Even though you are wearing such loud pieces it all just come together so great.


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