The capsule collection by Adam Lippes for Net-a-Porter is positively swoon-worthy. Each garment (I’ll post more tomorrow) is effortless, clean, shamelessly feminine and eminently wearable. A lot of adjectives, I know, but it’s pretty perfect.
I’m starting with two related, but very different looks. I love the dimensionality and implied movement in the pale pink dancing dress. It’s firmly rooted in the present, with a respectful nod to the flapper era. The black dress is beautifully tailored, and an irresistible combination of modesty and sexuality. Put another way - it’s a Jackie from the front and a Marilyn from the back.