Isn’t our customer Jodi so cute and stylish 😎 💖 in our Amandine reversible dress with her Mini Cooper and sunnies in the Hamptons! Loving how effortless she looks and how comfortable she is in the dress on both the blue and white side!! Jodi is a highly sought after swim coach in NYC and the Hamptons. She often needs comfortable and versatile pieces that she can easily put on and change between her coaching sessions and meetings with clients. On the left side photo, Jodi just finished a coaching session while on the right side, she was on her way to vineyard to meet a client. Our customers often tell us how they can pretty much do anything in our dresses… walk, dance, sit in for many long hours either driving or in the office…we are so glad our material choice and design have brought you comfort in style! 🙏
Afternoon cruising on yacht Juliette. Beautiful Liga in our reversible Adalina dress enjoying the ocean breeze while sipping champagne and dancing with friends...⚓️🛥🌊🌤💃🏻 How Will Liga wear Adalina on the reverse side? Stay tuned 🤔 Happy July 4th long weekend, it already started! ✨💥
Feeling really lucky to see Alicja Kwade’s work again few days ago, this time at Met museum’s rooftop. Outdoors on this beautiful day, I was quite taken by this juxtaposition of straight lines and circles, empty and filled up space, the soft dreamy clouds and the hard concrete structures. Some inspirations for my designs? You bet! 💫🤔😎✏️ Wearing Abbee reversible dress.
NYC skyline is becoming even more enchanting with the rise of several soaring skyscrapers to the south of Central Park. 💜 this view from Metropolitan Museum of Art rooftop.
Walking the line and almost got hit by the rock above me! Well, it is the illusion this piece of art titled MatterMotion creates. Loved Alicja Kwade’s exhibit at 303 Gallery. Thank you @zinzell for bringing me to meditate and interact with Alicja’s memorizing art that is full of surprises and unique perspectives. Wearing Aeris reversible cardigan over Adrianne reversible dress. My favourite piece of the exhibition, Trans-For-Men 11(Fibonacci) “deconstructs the essence of a stone, replicating it in eleven different versions, aligned and separated by mirrors. Each version acts as a ‘state’ of the stone, transforming into a perfect black marble sphere on one side and a shiny copper octahedron on the other. As the shapes shift and the materials contrast, the mirrors act both as thin separations of alternate realities and as visual connectors. Each mirrored reflection bridges to the next object, creating an incredible physical continuity between the different shapes.”
Last night the 🌔🌜was so bright; everything was illuminated. 💫
a really late #latergram, late both for the post itself and for the season. Well, was wearing past Sunday the same Anna 6-way reversible/convertible piece as a coat on the white side, when I went to the New World Stages to enjoy Day Drinking: The Brunch Musical. Was very slightly tipsy after a create-your-own virgin BloodMary, a Irish Coffee and a seasonable Bellini! and very happily so as you can see from the photo 😋 Big Thanks to @brunchwork for this great member perk and for @theimbible team for creating such an greatly entertaining and thoroughly enjoyable show for all senses. 👍💜⚡️✨ so glad I finally know what #umami is!
It’s getting really cold and rainy again in NYC, I need more coverage! Now wearing the Anna 6-way reversible/convertible jacket/coat as a coat on the camel brown side. Can you tell it is the same piece I was wearing in last post? ⚡️ the temperature fluctuates so much in a short few days, what should I wear ⁉️ 🤔 One thing I know for sure is that having an easily interchangeable 6-way piece definitely makes dressing up in this fickle weather a lot easier! 🙏
It seems no matter how many times I have been to the Central Park, there is always another new hidden spot that I haven’t been yet. ✨🌿🍀 Taking in the great view of The Lake (the most popular lake in NYC I would say? ) at these rocks next to the Leob Boathouse. Wearing Anna 6-way reversible/convertible jacket/coat as a jacket on the white side.
#latergram of last week’s visit of Classic Car Club and checking out Doom Tomb art exhibition by David Gwyther. If you love classic cars, this is the place to be! Love this beautiful spacious space right at river front with amazing view, an array of extraordinary cars, and a club just for members right in it. Love how David’s art incorporate inspiration from cars, pop art and fashion all into one! ✇ 🚙 Wearing Dagmar reversible jacket over Taylor reversible pullover
Dazed and Dazzled again (!) ✨💫by this building designed by the Swiss architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron, which describes the building as houses stacked in the sky. On a cloudy day when the top floors are literally in the cloud, the residents of those apartments must feel on top of the world…I am envious to say the least. ⛅️🌥☁️🌫 This building that initially appeared strange to me has now become one of my favorites in NYC. I especially love the non-uniformly sized patios along the facade of building, if I squint my eyes a little, they look like drops from the sky…(see the 2nd photo in this post). Last photo is the original photo, others are versions of the same shot with different effects
From French Rivera to NYC 🇫🇷➡🇺🇸, from sea side 🌊👡to work place🖌👠…today Liga wears Andonia reversible top on the turquoise side to work passing through city park. Can you tell it is the same top from our last post? 🤔 which side do you like better? white or turquoise? ⚪️ 💚 The pairing with Dorris convertible cardigan seems to form a colorway and textural contrast that goes perfectly well the surrounding spring blossom. 💕🌸. Thanks @samantha9taylor for the great shot!