Bag by Louis Vuitton, Slippers by Purplow
There is a quiet satisfaction when people take notice of a great statement piece. I am floored when I see couture on the red carpet, but it is really impressive when people can work show stoppers into their daily wardrobe. My favorite details in a good outfit come from circumstantial visibility, which is pretty much a better way of saying that I like stuff you can only see sometimes. For instance, it can be moving to discover the low back on a gown when a model turns on the runway; and on the street, it is spotting the perfect complementing pattern peeking out from under a sleeve or hem. Tommy Ton is really good at capturing these things on JAK & JIL. The irregular placement of a unique design element can often lead to the most memorable moment.
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