Monday, December 31, 2012

The Art-Print Tee

I've always believed that fashion is art, but Carven offers a more literal interpretation of this belief in their A/W 2012 collection. Thanks to Guillame Henry's sartorial genius, Bosch's Garden of Earthly Delights has abandoned the Museo del Prado for a more stylish home. This silk tee is the ideal for art history majors and fashionistas alike. Paired with a skinny-pleated metallic skirt, a nautical themed blazer, and color-blocked platforms, this tee maintains the perfect combination of quirky and cool.   Currently I'm escaping the cold in Palm Beach which is why I am frolicking on the sand instead of shivering in the snow.
Silk Print Tee: Carven (Totokaelo)
Metallic Skirt: Prada (Saks)
Blazer: Thom Browne (Neiman Marcus for Target)
Shoes: Loeffler Randall (Barney's)
Sunglasses: Linda Farrow (4510)
Bag and necklace: Prada and Van Cleef & Arpels (My mother's closet)


  1. Saw Mary's Youtube video and decided to visit your blog. I adore the artsy look of your blog photos and I'm obsessed with your style!!


  2. Ditto from Mary's Youtube. I am so happy you have updated from last year. Such an inspiration and love the Silk Print Tee!