Giambattista Valli gown. Noir Kei Ninomiya jacket. Yves Saint Laurent pumps. Gucci watch and waist bag.
Couple Goals, Part IV
Matsour’i gown. Meraki gown. Oscar de la Renta earrings. Kenneth Jay Lane necklace. Frederick Goldman rings.
Make Me Wanna Die
“I had everything, opportunities for eternity, and I could belong to the night.” — The Pretty Reckless
Prabal Gurung cocktail dress. Vivetta skirt. Lariat necklace from The RealReal. Flower brooch and ring from Moda Operandi. Lydia Courteille lips ring. Judith Leiber minaudiere.
When I was in seventh grade, I started writing a fantasy saga about the world in the time of prehistoric humans, a place in which elves, fairies, giants, merfolk, sea serpents, and sorcerers reigned supreme. One land of the sorcerers, an island off the coast of modern-day France, was called Et Paix (which, unbeknownst to me at the time, means “And Peace”). It was a land inhabited entirely by witches who wore extravagant evening attire every day. Each year, a convention of all the witch princesses of the world was held. Below are looks inspired by my childhood dream.
Marchesa floral-embellished tulle gown; Marchesa feather-embellished tulle gown; Marchesa floral-appliqued tulle gown; Marchesa lace off-the-shoulder gown; Lydia Courteille “Scarlet Empress” ruby and garnet necklace; Lydia Courteille “Amber Room” opal and citrine necklace; Lydia Courteille “Topkapi” sapphire and tsavorite necklace