Emily Barnes 2017-10-27 06:20:04
GET ON YOUR FEET - FASHION IS TAPPING TO A NEW BEAT! SLIP ON YOUR DANCING SHOES, THIS SEASON'S THEATRICAL DESIGNS ARE SPINNING STRAIGHT TO THE SILVER SCREEN. COMING ATTRACTIONS Chanel tunic and boots, Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue. Bracelet, Tapper’s Diamonds and Fine Jewelry. SWING TO THIS This page: Jacket, sweater, pant, and shoe, Salvatore Ferragamo. Opposite page: Stella McCartney blazer, Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue. Tight, Wolford. “YOU DANCE LOVE, AND YOU DANCE JOY, AND YOU DANCE DREAMS. AND I KNOW IF I CAN MAKE YOU SMILE BY JUMPING OVER A COUPLE OF COUCHES OR RUNNING THROUGH A RAINSTORM, THEN I'LL BE VERY GLAD TO BE A SONG AND DANCE MAN.” — GENE KELLY WELL CHOREOGRAPHED This page: Bomber and pant, St. John. Shoe, Stuart Weitzman. Watch, Shinola. Opposite page: Windbreaker, chino, and shoe, Gucci. “I HAVE TO BE A STAR LIKE ANOTHER MAN HAS TO BREATHE.” – SAMMY DAVIS JR. BLUE STREAK This page: Polo and pleated skirt, Lacoste. Ace sneaker, Gucci. Opposite page: Narvik sport coat, polo, and jean, Hugo Boss. Shoe, Del Toro. Morgenthal Frederics glasses, Optica. TECHNICOLOR DREAMS This page: Dress and shoe, Salvatore Ferragamo. Earring and rings, Tiffany & Co. Opposite page: Shirt and pant, 7 For All Mankind. Loafer, Gucci. Bracelet, David Yurman. DOUBLE TAKE This page: Jacket, flared pant, and ankle boot, Louis Vuitton. Opposite page: Jacket and T-shirt, Versace. Jean, 7 For All Mankind. Chukka, Del Toro. Bracelet, David Yurman. “DARLING, DON’T EVER BE TOO SHY TO DANCE YOUR HEART OUT.” —AUDREY HEPBURN STARS OF THE SHOW This page: Coach 1941 jacket, sweatshirt, trouser, and hightop, Coach. Opposite page: Coach 1941 dress, high-top, and cross-body handbag, Coach. Earring, Tiffany & Co. Tight, Wolford. SPOTLIGHT ON SHINE This page: On her, dress, Burberry. On him, trench, shirt, and trouser, Burberry. High-top, Bally. Opposite page: Coat and pant, Halston Heritage. Valentino Garavani pump, Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue. Necklace, Tapper’s Diamonds and Fine Jewelry. Bracelet, Tiffany & Co. “I BELIEVE IN DRESSING FOR THE OCCASION. THERE’S A TIME FOR SWEATER, SNEAKERS, AND LEVI’S AND A TIME FOR THE FULL-DRESS JAZZ.” — GINGER ROGERS BLUESCREEN This page: Jacket, sweater, and trouser, Giorgio Armani. Shoe, Bally. Breitling watch, Tapper’s Diamonds and Fine Jewelry. Opposite page: Top and skirt, Aritzia. Necklace, Tiffany & Co. STOP MOTION Opposite page: On him, sweater and jean, Vince. Shoe, Del Toro. On her, sweater, skirt, and shoe, Vince. This page: Coat, turtleneck, pant, and pump, Max Mara. Ring, David Yurman. CUE THE COLOR This page: Dress and coat, kate spade new york. Boot, Stuart Weitzman. Watch, Shinola. Opposite page: Jacket, pant, hat, and shoe, Giorgio Armani. Rings, David Yurman. DRAMATIC PAUSE This page: On her, jacket and skirt, Brooks Brothers. Boot, Stuart Weitzman. On him, sweater, trouser, shirt, and bow tie, Brooks Brothers. Buscemi hightop, Neiman Marcus. Opposite page: Jacket, chino, and polo, Lacoste. Sneaker boot, Louis Vuitton. Watch, Shinola. “FOR THE RECORD, THE IDEA THAT SINGING AND DANCING IS NOT MASCULINE IS ABOUT THE CRAZIEST THOUGHT I’VE EVER HEARD IN MY ENTIRE LIFE.” – HUGH JACKMAN DAILY RUSHES Opposite page: Swing coat, Anne Fontaine. This page: Coat, skirt, sweater, and shoe, Versace. Earring, Tapper’s Diamonds and Fine Jewelry. DOUBLE FEATURE This page: Blouse, skirt, and pump, Tory Burch. Opposite page: Jacket, sweater, jean, and boot, Louis Vuitton. Watch, Rolex by Tapper’s Diamonds and Fine Jewelry. “TALENT ALONE WON'T MAKE YOU A SUCCESS. NEITHER WILL BEING IN THE RIGHT PLACE AT THE RIGHT TIME, UNLESS YOU ARE READY. THE MOST IMPORTANT QUESTION IS, ‘ARE YOU READY?’ ” —JOHNNY CARSON THE TIFFANY & CO. PEARLS Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s ONE WOULD BE HARD-PRESSED TO CONJURE UP A MORE RECOGNIZABLE CINEMATIC STYLE MOMENT than Audrey Hepburn in her black dress and Tiffany pearls. 1961’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s is one of Hollywood’s most beloved works. The dress was its own character, appearing throughout much of the film as a way for Hepburn’s Holly Golightly to cheer herself up — embracing the power that clothes can have. Famed creative director Freddie Leiba has spoken about the outfit’s legacy, pointing out that a black dress can be the simplest, yet most classic piece one can wear, immediately transformed for any occasion by accessories. That’s just what Holly’s Tiffany & Co. Necklace did for her dress. In his book, Audrey Hepburn: An Elegant Spirit, her son Sean Hepburn Ferrer writes that his mother wasn’t a trendsetter. Instead, she embraced the fashion of the time and knew exactly what designs would work for her. She recruited close friend and regular wardrobedesign partner Hubert de Givenchy to create Holly’s dress; the film’s costumer, Edith Head, reworked the bottom when it showed too much leg. Draped strands of Tiffany pearls were added for the opening scene, and the rest is history — including Tiffany's enduring influence. Celebrating its 180th anniversary this year, the world-renowned jeweler continues to create designs that transcend trends — and time. “I’M JUST CRAZY ABOUT TIFFANY’S.” — HOLLY GOLIGHTLY (AUDREY HEPBURN) IN BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S
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