I geeked it out over this inlaid wood floor at Stella McCartney. Wowsa.
The always stunning Liz Ladoux, at the tables, fresh in from France.
A quick chance to catch up with Jean, of Extra Petite. Dont'cha just love her leopard?
Last Thursday marked the end of an era at the Boston Saks and likewise, the ushering in of a new era (complete with pink ribbon cutting ceremony), with the grand unveiling of a decadently designed new designer floor.
Change is more often than not good, and this my friends, is very good.
The new designer shops are petite stores housed within the larger store. You can parade down the grand avenue that curls around the second floor and choose which designer shop you'd like to make a stop in. They are lavish spaces, each dedicated to a different designer, that reminded me of mini altars, sprinkled around this holy house of fashion.
Be sure to check out not only the cult worthy color blocked bags of Celine, but the beautiful slab of onyx that makes up the entire exterior wall. Likewise, I totally died over the inlaid pretty in pink wood floor of the Stella McCartney boutique. I am trying to figure out where to recreate this in my own house- perhaps an upgrade on baby Daphne's room?
I literally can not walk by the Alaia space without stopping to admire the flirty, flattering, timeless dresses he is so well known for. I am trying to talk husband into some incentive based post baby weight loss, with the end goal being my own Alaia dress. So, yeah, I'll let you know how that one goes, hah! I sense the negotiations around this purchase will be more intense than our foreign policy agenda with Iran- but I see a sliver of hope on both fronts.
A gorgeous final product, just begging me to exercise the credit cards a bit. I'll try to stick to some actual exercise first.....then splurge!
This post was sponsored by Saks Fifth Avenue. All opinions and future purchases are my own!