Tom Ford Spring/Summer 2015

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With his spring/summer 2015 collection during London Fashion Week, Tom Ford alluded to the sexy and revealing looks of his years at Gucci with high hemlines, revealing necklines, and lots of exposure.  The models were rockstar inspired with high platform heels, tousled hair, and smoky eye makeup. Metallic fabrics took center stage paired with touches of leopard, sheer fabric, fringe, and gemstones - yet, nothing was overtly glitzy. The jackets and blazers in this collection will seamlessly work into your wardrobe come spring.


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* images via Vogue: Gianni Pucci/

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Ralph Lauren Spring 2015

Ralph Lauren Spring 2015 is one of our new favorites and utility is the core of this collection with silk cargo pants and more.  With fuchsia and pops of yellow mixed with olive green, we love the fresh looks of utility suits and long full length skirts in a mix of fabrics. As Vogue wrote, get ready for the cocktail cargo.

Read more here.

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Trina Turk Spring 2015


It’s wonderful to get a bright look towards spring 2015 and the colors and trends to come from Trina Turk.  With vibrant colors and fresh prints, we’re already picking out our spring getaway wardrobe.  With fun florals and a mix and match of fabrics, you can’t go wrong when it comes to implementing new favorites into your wardrobe.  Find the full review on here.







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Tory Burch Spring 2015

For spring 2015, designer Tory Burch looked to the life and style of French painter Francoise Gilot, a former lover and muse of Pablo Picasso and the mother of his children, Claude Picasso and Paloma Picasso.  Burch told she referenced Gilot for inspiration “because she was a strong woman and a great artist.”  Influences were found in the Toile de Jouy pattern that depicted the cypress around their villa in Villauris. You can see the rustic refinement captured in the iconic photograph of Francoise Gilot and Pablo Picasso by Robert Capa on the beach at Golfe-Juan in 1948. “The rawness of the collection was its charm,” wrote Tim Blanks.  In truth, it’s hard to choose a favorite look. View the spring 2015 collection here.

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Tory Burch Spring/Summer 2015 - video credit: Highland Park Village

Pablo Picasso with Francoise Gilot at the Beach in Golfe-Juan, photograph by Robert Capa, 1948.

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Highland Park Village Magazine Fall 2014


We invite you to enjoy our Highland Park Village Magazine and the stunning fall fashions, interesting articles and Style & Social calendar. This season’s fashion editorial spread is perhaps the most dramatic we have had and features supermodel Anne Vyalitsyna in the vivid setting at Garden of the Gods. Anne and her male counterpart, Garrett Neff, showcase the season’s styles beautifully and were wonderful to work with.



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Contest dates: 9/6/14-10/14/14. Winner announced on the @HP_Village Instagram account on 10/15/14






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Lela Rose Spring/Summer 2015

Spring/Summer 2015 from Lela Rose has its spotlight on polka dots. From classic staples, to a flair for romanticism, and Japanese inspiration, the designer’s latest collection certainly does not disappoint.  Drawing from the theme of a vintage Kimono, Rose took some chances when it comes to the structure of her dresses while remaining true to the femininity of her designs. The timeless blue and white floral print was certainly a favorite.  We can’t wait for spring 2015 from Lela Rose.


Photographs: Vogue.UK

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Best Dressed Emmy’s 2014


Sarah Hyland wearing Christian Siriano

Who was on your best dressed list at last night’s Emmy Awards?  We loved the splash of color (corals, tangerines, and watermelon) on the red carpet that often complemented the summer glows of our favorite celebrities.  Bold lips and strong eyebrows were on trend when it came to beauty.  And, simple, polished styles were on point when it came to hair. Our favorite gowns offered little to no embellishment.  The statement was all about the silhouette, structure, and of course, the color.

* images: and e online

Sofia Vergara wearing Roberta Cavalli


Heidi Klum wearing Zac Posen


Hayden Panettiere wearing Lorena Sarbu


Kerry Washington wearing Prada


Julia Louis-Dreyfus wearing Carolina Herrera


January Jones wearing Prabal Gurung

Edie Falco wearing Escada


Halle Berry wearing Elie Saab


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Alexander McQueen Fall-Winter 2014 Ad Campaign


The fall/winter 2014  campaign from Alexander McQueen was photographed in London by Steven Klein.  The campaign features model Edie Campbell.  Wild and romantic, the photographs offer a dramatic fairytale-like quality to complement Sarah Burton‘s whimsical collection. For this collection, Burton was inspired by ” Beauty And The Beast, Forest undergrowth, flora and nocturnal fauna: roses, ivy, oak trees, moths, owls.”  Watch the show here.

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Tory Burch in Fast Company


This week, there’s an excellent article on fashion designer Tory Burch in Fast Company.  As the Business of Fashion writes, “This is what passes for Tory Burch’s happy dance. In 2014, her company will post more than $1 billion in revenue just 10 years after its public debut. Nobody in recent memory has built a fashion-and-lifestyle business as quickly as she has.”  Burch credits most of her success to telling her own story - that of her family and their travels and what she knows as a friend, mother, daughter, and excellent hostess. Read more here.


[Photo: by Erik Madigan Heck, Hair by: Jessica Gillin, Makeup by: Berta Camal]


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