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Rundholz Black Label: Martinique and Curaçao

Recalibrating our busy lives often leads us to dream of relaxing on hazy sun-soaked islands. We search for freedom, comfort and the joys of simple living. Carsten and Lenka Rundholz found exactly this in Martinique and Curaçao, the island inspirations for their Spring Summer 2020 collection.

 

Etro: The Vibrant Colors of Morocco

This second delivery of Etro resort features elegant flowing pieces alive with the vibrant colors of Morocco, from spice markets to lush garden oases and desert skies. Brilliant florals with intricate details and airy cotton and silk fabrics give the feeling of wandering the lively streets of Marrakech.

 
JAN PREISLER painting

SANTA FE OPERA SEASON 2019: JENUFA

All eyes are on Jenůfa as she is the village beauty. Her fiancé sees only a trophy wife. Her rejected suitor sees a chance to avenge the most cutting wrongs in his past. Her righteous stepmother, Kostelnička, sees her own life’s tragedy about to replay for her child.

 

Santa Fe Opera Season 2019: The Pearl Fishers

Transported to tropical shores on waves of dreamy melody, this opera is set on the ancient shores of Ceylon where Zurga, the ruler of the pearl fishers, is reunited with his long-lost comrade Nadir. They recount a mutual passion for the heavenly Leïla, who both renounced to save their friendship. Her unexpected return traps them in the snares of love and now they must make a choice.

 

Santa Fe Opera Season 2019: La Bohème

Young, poor and consumed with love, six Bohemians lead charming and terrible lives in 19th-century Paris. Living in Latin Quarter garrets, they mingle with famous writers and artists at Café Momus, and find their places in a rapidly changing society. As time flows, these Bohemians learn sometimes it is better to have loved and lost.

 

Sacai: Asymmetry and Abstract Florals

 

Avant Toi Resort 2019: Endless Possibilities

 

New Mieko Mintz: A Reflection of Pantone Colors for 2019

For Spring 2019, Pantone said their choices were driven by the need to be “vibrant without being overpowering–they highlighted shades that illustrate our desire for authenticity and our continued need for creativity and relatable, accessible design.”

 

Rundholz Coats: Futuristic & Architectural Expression

 

The Mystique of Scarves Volume Two

 

The Mystique of Scarves Volume One

 

Cire Trudon: Lighting Paris & The World Since 1643

Claude Trudon opened his candle making boutique in 1643, lighting the neighborhoods of Paris. This humble beginning was only the start to Trudon’s success, as cathedrals and French royals took notice of his high-quality candles. Extensively renowned for their expertise, his company made candling a respected art, which is a legacy that has survived to the modern day.

 

Kaval: The Best in Japanese Craftsmanship & Vintage Textiles

Kaval’s collections are an intimate showcase of true artisanal handcraft that honors the textile traditions of Japan while bringing modern people peace, ease, and comfort through dressing. Thoughtful and beautiful design meant for everyday wear is mixed with the time-honored craft creating one of a kind pieces like nothing else.

 

Pero Mixes with Avant Toi

 

Explore Uma Wang’s Fall Collection: Clothing With A Patina from the Past

 

Etro Inspired by Egyptian Relics

 

Settling into Summer

 

Santa Fe Opera Season 2018 – Ariadne Auf Naxos

 

Santa Fe Opera Season 2018 – Candide

 

Santa Fe Opera 2018 Season – Madame Butterfly

 

Santa Fe Opera Season 2018 – Dr. Atomic

 

Santa Fe Opera Season 2018 – The Italian Girl in Algiers