Nothing is more chic than gold lamé! Lanvin’s gold lamé brocade loafer from their éte 2014 runway collection adds an over-the-top yet simply fabulous impression to any outfit. "I think that freedom is luxury and luxury is freedom," Alber Elbaz.
Explore the entire éte 2014 runway collection at the Lanvin boutique located on the first floor of The Shops at Crystals.
An eternal symbol of Bulgari, the Serpenti collection is iconic to the brand’s history. The serpent has transcended centuries, traditions and cultures to become the ultimate emblem of beauty and strength. This gorgeous Serpenti bag features shiny karung skin and calf leather accented by snake handles and a finely colored serpent head jewel closure.
Discover the gorgeous Serpenti bag at the BVLGARI boutique on the first level of The Shops at Crystals.
Hedi Slimane, creative director of Saint Laurent, presented a powerful Spring/Summer 2014 ready-to-wear collection full of bold and popping prints, statement heels and obsessively chic accessories – and Eighties disco feel with a rock n’ roll twist.
Shop the entire Spring-Summer 2014 collection at the Saint Laurent boutique located on the second floor of The Shops at Crystals.
What more can you say about the Tom Ford Fall 2014-15 collection shown at London Fashion Week than… "WOW, Blown Away, Unbelievably Impressed, Ultra Luxury" and many more adjectives to define the 6 minute catwalk.
“The collection effortlessly pairs urban life in London with a sleek interpretation of iconic clothing items from the American West. From the sequin evening dress knocking off of the "knock off" TOM FORD football jersey Jay Z wears when performing his song "TOM FORD," to the spare wool and cashmere felt evening dresses that close the show, the mood of the collection is pared down, streamlined and ultra luxe.”
To view the entire Tom Ford Fall/Winter 2014-15 collection: http://bit.ly/1hbW8mB
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Paul Smith channeled Stevie Nicks as a cover of "Go Your Own Way" opened his women's collection at London Fashion Week. He cut and pasted prints into new patterns and gave his models the “skill” to pull off an effortless British lounge appeal featuring flowy silk pajamas with matching silk bottoms. It may have looked like it was time for bed however, these outfits were fixated to be worn out and about - the buzzword the designer kept saying backstage was "wearable".
As the show went forth, you began to see the transformation from “wearable” nightwear to jewel-toned patterns including stripes and paisleys as Paul Smith was inspired by wallpaper and tapestry prints. Smith gave the collection a seasonless fluidity that was balanced with color-blocked outerwear, long evening coats and many printed layers.
To view the entire Paul Smith Fall/Winter 2014-15 collection: http://bit.ly/1hbW8mB