NOW SHOWING THE Latest SCENTSATION HERITAGE IN A BOTTLE There is magic in fragrance. It has the ability to trigger memories and ignite emotion. Such power fueled Al Pacino’s Oscar-winning performance in Scent of a Woman. This season, as Tiffany & Co. Celebrates its 180th anniversary, the iconic New York jeweler is drawing on that same energy with the release of its signature Eau de Parfum. Created by renowned master perfumer Daniela Andrier of Givaudan, the scent pays homage to the archives by featuring notes of vert de mandarine and iris. (In 1900, Tiffany won the grand prize at the Paris Exposition with an iris brooch set.) The glass bottle also nods to the brand’s past with its intricate lines alluding to their most iconic diamond cuts. And, of course, it comes wrapped in a signature Tiffany Blue Box®. Eau de Parfum, 1.7 oz., $100, Tiffany & Co. NOTES TO REMEMBER... Coach for Men, $48, Coach. My Burberry, $125, Burberry. Gabrielle Chanel, $135, Neiman Marcus. THE SHOW Stopper GET READY TO ROAR WITH STRIKING JEWELRY DESIGNS Behold a priceless work of art. Handcrafted by Tiffany & Co. Artisans, this intricate necklace features 350 uniquely shaped 18-karat yellow gold fronds and pavé diamond stitches. They connect the fronds to a collar that contains more than 200 baguette diamonds and weighs approximately 60 carats. A stunning piece worthy of its own red carpet, this dramatic design looks Oscar-bound. Ever since Harry Winston lent best actress nominee Jennifer Jones diamonds to wear for the Academy Awards in 1944, members of the A-list have chosen to borrow — and promote — exotic creations like this one from our legendary houses. One-of-a-kind necklace in platinum and 18-karat yellow gold with baguette and round brilliant diamonds, Tiffany & Co. SPOTLIGHT READY Gucci’s signature whimsy plays out in these playful pendants. One earring features a sweet pineapple and the other a monkey — both meticulously designed to fall discreetly behind the ear. Cherry pendant drop earring, $1,100, Gucci. The picture of ethereal beauty, this 18-karat rose gold butterfly ring dazzles with brilliant pavé diamonds. This graceful design also features moveable wings that delicately flutter up and down. Ring,$12,295, Tapper’s Diamonds and Fine Jewelry. Crafted in 14-karat gold and bezel set with a striking Malachite, this bold Shinola piece pairs well with others in the Detroit brand’s jewelry collections. No matter what you wear it with, you are sure to stand out. Signet ring, $2,200, Shinola. THE STUNT MAN DANGEROUSLY COOL — AND ALWAYS ON TIME Get ready to drive! Omega's Speedmaster Racing Master Chronometer nods to the brand's motor racing heritage with sporty-yet-refined details including a minute-track on the matte black dial, bevelled 18-karat white gold arrowhead indexes filled with Super-LumiNova, expanded subdials, and sapphire crystal that was reworked to give the watch a thinner feel. In the spirit of its racing past, this updated model also features a black leather strap with micro-perforations that reveal a cool orange rubber interior. Speedmaster racing master chronometer, $8,450, Omega. ACTION PACKED Updated with a rice grain pattern that nods to the house’s signature Damier Graphite. Tambour Moon GMT 41.5, $4,850, Louis Vuitton. Celebrating its 50th anniversary, this Sea Dweller was updated with a 43mm case and calibre 3235. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Sea Dweller, $11,350, Rolex by Tapper’s Diamonds and Fine Jewelry. A smartwatch, a chronograph, waterproof, and with GPS, this one is revolutionary. TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45, $2,300, Tapper’s Diamonds and Fine Jewelry. THE Red CARPET THIS SEASON’S AWARD -WINNING HUE Beyond the velvet ropes, all the way to the streets, sets, studios, and stages of Hollywood, one color reigns supreme — red. A dramatic hue that always makes a statement, red’s star power is its innate allure. Like Audrey Hepburn said, “There is a shade of red for every woman.” Whether you choose to try it in a simple accent or embrace it from head to toe as seen on the runways of Max Mara and Versace, this powerful pigment will turn heads no matter how you wear it. So take a tip from legendary designer Bill Blass: “When in doubt, wear red.” Power sleeve knit sweater, $650, Versace. ROSY GLOW Men’s baseball hat with headband, $440, Gucci. Sexy Ruby Eau de Parfum, 3. 4 oz., $112, Michael Kors. MICHAEL Michael Kors Cabo sunglasses, $139, Michael Kors. Micro backpack, $275, Aritzia. Slingback, $575, Max Mara. THE Best DRESSED TOP PING OUR LIST: BOLD BAGS “More is more and less is a bore.” That’s how fashion icon Iris Apfel summed up her philosophy, which aligns with the patterns, prints, and colors that ruled the runway this season. Among our favorites — this top-handle Sylvie bag from the geniuses at Gucci. With a mini frame, oversized gold chain, and a shimmering iridescent brocade, this charming Gucci bag proves that size doesn’t matter. Sylvie brocade mini bag, $2,250, Gucci. VOTE DRAMA Louis Vuitton's Nicolas Ghesquière enlisted legendary Japanese designer Kansai Yamamoto to create a dramatic wonder like this redefined Speedy. Speedy 30 Kabuki Stick bag, price upon request, Louis Vuitton. Splatter this! This mini tophandle bag from Burberry’s holiday collection looks straight out of a Jackson Pollock gallery exhibition with its pop-bright color palette and paint-inspired streaks. The DK88 top-handle bag, $2,495, Burberry. Crafted in a luxurious matelassé chevron velvet, Gucci’s beloved GG Marmont bag gets a whimsical update with a romantic appliqué and floral embroidery. GG Marmont embroidered velvet bag, $2,700, Gucci. THE A-LIST SHINE FROM THE PREMIERE TO THE AFTER PARTY IN LOOKS THAT SPARKLE The verdict is in: Sparkle in all its glorious and glamorous forms is here to stay. From the sequins that dripped and dressed Alessandro Michele’s spellbinding styles at Gucci to the shimmer that covered the footwear at Stuart Weitzman, an element of Studio 54 took hold on runways this season — with sensational effect. As you get ready to rock the red carpet, slip on these stunning boots for instant VIP status. If they ask who you’re wearing, tell them, “Stuart Weitzman, of course!” Smashing silver noir boot, $775, Stuart Weitzman. Elizabeth Taylor once said, “I adore wearing gems. But not because they are mine. You can’t possess radiance, you can only admire it.” These dramatic high-sparkle designs are sure to turn a head or two. Pavé Access Sofie watch, $495, Michael Kors, Supernova climber earrings with diamonds in 18-karat white gold, $7,800, David Yurman. Above: Angelic square necklace, $199, Swarovski. THE it COUPLE YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE FAMOUS TO DRESS LIKE YOU ARE From Chrissy Teigen and John Legend to Sting and Trudie Styler, when it comes to dressing as a power couple, the No. 1 rule is to keep it cool. As you hit the after-party circuit, take a tip from ’90s supermodels Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell and choose a slinky slip dress for the night. For an instant update — or a quick change between events — switch between fur flats and biker boots. Your guy will want to channel John Cusack in his 1989 film, Say Anything, and don a well-tailored overcoat for the evening — a must for any modern man. MODERN PAIR For her: Talula leather jacket, $498, Aritzia. Dress, $295, Halston Heritage, Les Petits Joueurs bunny bag, $790, Neiman Marcus. Mule, $1,000, Louis Vuitton. For him: Car coat, $695, and corduroy pant, $225, Vince. Cashmere sweater, $298, Club Monaco. Runwell backpack, $995, Shinola. Leather sneaker, $398, Brooks Brothers. THE OSCAR Goes to... TEXTURES AND MODERN DESIGN HAVE REDEFINED THIS YEAR’S CLASSIC BOOT Just like the solid bronze statuettes given out at the annual Academy Awards, these Salvatore Ferragamo boots are what dreams are made of. Crafted of sleek Italian leather, they feature a sculpted block heel — all in a golden hue that will give every look an Oscar-worthy finish. This season, these gilded Salvatore Ferragamo boots weren’t the only scene stealers. Ankle boots everywhere got the Hollywood treatment with lush velvets, royal brocades, patent leathers, and cool embellishments. Here, we’ve chosen a few of our favorite statement styles because as the iconic Bette Midler said, “...with the right footwear one can rule the world.” Wave heel bootie, $860, Salvatore Ferragamo. PEOPLE’S CHOICE Jourdan boot, $495, L. K. Bennett. Christian Louboutin boot, $1,095, Neiman Marcus. Vigor patent boot, $535, Stuart Weitzman. Shelby brocade boot, $428, Tory Burch. Calf hair boot, $198, Madewell. THE After-PARTY NO COAT CHECK REQUIRED — YOU'LL WANT TO WEAR THE SEALL NIGHT From sleek leather motos to satin starlets, this season’s crop of jackets and coats is all about being seen. With their brilliant color palettes, perfectly placed prints, and slick cuts, these breakout stars have redefined what it means to cover up. Going beyond the functional definition of coat, they’re the signature piece of your entire look. That’s why our favorite social media starlets can be seen wearing similar styles both on the street and to VIP events. One we are sure to start seeing on our social feeds is this oversized puffer coat from Coach — in all of its glorious detail. As you make your way through this season’s party scene, remember that like a first impression, your coat can make a lasting impression, too. Take a tip from Pharrell Williams, who says that “fashion has to reflect who you are, what you feel at the moment, and where you’re going.” Coach 1941 oversized eagle souvenir puffer coat, $1,400, Coach. MAKE AN APPEARANCE Sequin embroidered acetate bomber, $5,800, Gucci. Leather moto jacket, $1,295, Intermix. Maroon biker jacket, $149, ZARA. Bomber, $898, kate spade new york.
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