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where have i been? or where has this shop been all my life? it carries lines from abigail lorick—who it turns out i’m obsessed with—to the lake & stars and even its own impeccably designed beauty line.
here’s what the website has to say about this upscale offshoot of h&m:
Today, a woman with a love for fashion creates her own style. She wears things that feel right to her and reflect her personality. & Other Stories is about bringing everything she can wear into one place, focusing on the whole look. We believe shoes, bags, jewellery, lingerie and beauty are key for styling and just as important as clothing.
plus, it’s all perfectly affordable. thanks, h&m. now… come to the u.s., please?
saturdays for me aren’t what they are for most people since mine are usually spent at work in sunday newspaper mode. still, i appreciate a good saturday—and especially on the rare occasion when i’m not working (those are the best).
kate spade’s new saturday line is set to officially debut next month, but for the next few days on fab.com, some of the new, wallet-friendly goods are available in a wee pop-up shop.
the line’s more laid-back and youthful than its polished, preppy big sister, kate spade new york—and for that, i’m grateful.
p.s. check out the team behind the line—they’re my kind of people.
p.p.s. not on fab yet? here’s an invite for you.
lela rose’s collection for fall has me wanting to revisit the brothers grimm fairy tales of my childhood—the pieces in the line were inspired by them. (also, i think polka dot socks with heels and mussed-up hair are in my immediate future.)
p.s. take a look at this interesting read on the grimm brothers of germany. did you see that movie on the brothers from a few years back? i didn’t see it, but now that i think about it… maybe it needs to be in my netflix queue? opinions?