If you’re a fashionphile then it’s certain you’ve heard the news that has been appointed Vice President, General Manager of Saks Fifth Avenue. And, it’s likely that you’ve heard this dynamic woman has more than 25 years in the world of retail with an impressive résumé of qualifications. But, we wanted to know more about the woman behind the store….get to know Terri with us here!//CLICK HERE for more @SarasotaMagazine.com
If you feel the same as Zooey Deschanel, you’ll love knowing that there’s a new way to make your nails happy–PAINT Nail Bar on First Street in downtown Sarasota. The loft-like space speaks to the modern girl who loves industrialized glamour. It’s designed to feel like a home, with rustic elements of reclaimed wood married perfectly with glittering chandeliers, not to mention the lux pedicure seating that feels more like you’re in a chic girlfriend’s living room. // Click Here for More @SarasotaMagazine.com
Paige Novick has an enviable street cred résumé that any designer would kill for: She’s a native New Yorker who cemented her Francophile status while studying at the Sorbonne in Paris. And while there she landed a coveted internship with Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel…seriously.
Since her eponymous label launch in 2008, Novick’s name has become notable in the luxe jewelry market, and her pieces are a go-to for fashionable femmes like Solange Knowles, Anne Hathaway, Cameron Diaz, Allison Williams and Anna Kendrick.
Novick’s most recent venture is a spinoff collection called PHYNE by Paige Novick–a range of fine jewelry that you can check out right here in Sarasota on Saturday, January 24, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at June Simmons Jewelry @ The Met, 35 South Boulevard of the Presidents, St. Armands Circle.
And click here for a fun Q&A @SarasotaMagazine.com with Novick herself in which you’ll get to know more about her background and her design aesthetic.
Robert Graham is a brand that has found enormous success with fashion rule-breakers by believing that the devil is in the details….of a print, that is. And by not taking style all too seriously, either.
So it was cool to get to know Robert Graham co-founder Robert Stock,who gave me an insightful interview on everything from what you’d find on his nightstand to the coveted Robert Graham Collector’s Club.
And by the way, you can pop by The Met on Friday, January 9 to shake the hand of the Stock, who commoditized the colorful mixed print; he’ll be there for a shirt signing from 5-7 p.m. Plus, there’s a sneak peek at the spring collection Saturday, January 10 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m., and there’s a swank gift with purchase for the first clients there.//Click Here for the Q&A @SarasotaMagazine.com
It’s the annual holiday dilemma — what to bring along for the stylish hostess and/or host? Well, this year skip the fruitcake, hop in your one horse sleigh and steer toward downtown Sarasota’s Main Street, where I found a few fashionable gifts they’re sure to love….and not re-gift!
Kicking things off are these highly clever hardcover books by Brooks Brothers, which are bound in navy leather with gold-tone edged leaves. They hold a fine selection of gentlemanly knowledge for those ages 18 to 80. Brooks Brothers, $32.//See more @SarasotaMagazine.com
Monica Botkier’s handbags are often those you fall for in the street-style pix you see all over Instagram and Pinterest. Her designs are savvy, sharp and smart, and pair well with nearly everything. Her creative eye has launched her namesake label, Botkier, in a big way ever since her first collection.
If you’re a fan–or want to become one–and want to know where to find Botkier’s designs locally, check out her latest collection at Fresh.Salon.Spa.Style. right on Main Street in downtown Sarasota. In the meantime, here’s a fun Q&A with the designer herself.//Click Here for More @SarasotaMagazine.com
Get to know how New Yorkers are accessorizing straight from Florida-girl-turned-NYC-luxury-handbag designer Lauren Cecchi, founder and designer behind her eponymous label. Manufactured right in Manhattan, her handbags are not only elegant and useful, they are stylishly colorful as well. Think on-trend sorbet hues like cantaloupe, watermelon, honeydew and pineapple–a cool twist for your winter wardrobe that easily translates into spring. (Of course, if you’re like Coco and Karl, there’s no shame in going for a structured, classic black to keep it edgy and iconic.)
Lauren will be returning to her roots on Saturday, December 13 for a fab trunk show – pop by to try a bag or two and meet the cool girl behind the brand at T.Georgiano’s from 1-6 p.m.//Click Here for More @SarasotaMagazine.com
Get to know her here before the show…