IT'S A DENIM SALE
It's Fourth of July and our first ever denim sale is happening now. Select items up to 50% off. Amanda is wearing our INES DRESS in Blue Denim with a sneak peak at our soon to be released Hello Face Masks. See selected sale items below and get them while they are in the shop!
AS SEEN IN VOGUE
Foolproof, Vintage Inspired Summer Outfit Ideas
Brands We Love
As we planned this week's "We Love", we wanted to shine the light on some black owned businesses we have loved & shopped for years. Some are close friends while others we look forward to meeting in person one day soon.
ARossGirl x Kenyan Maasai Warrior Beaded Pendant in Brown Leather
At ARossGirl we’ve always believed in a foundation of classics that mix with artisanal accessories. I fell in love with Maasai beaded jewelry and chokers while I was traveling in Kenya a few years ago. It inspired me to create some chokers with a tribe I met in Lamu. Since you can’t get gold and silver beads in Lamu, I ended up collaborating with the women at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy through my friend Margie Springer. It’s perfect to wear with a tee-shirt or one of our tops.
A CONSTRUCTIVE CONVERSATION WITH FASHION CONSULTANT BONNIE MORRISON & THE FLAIR INDEX
Bonnie Morrison has been in the fashion industry for a long time and has worked for everyone from the esteemed communications company KCD to Proenza Schouler to Chris Benz. She is also one of the few black women in it. Following George Floyd’s death, The Flair Index had a poignant and constructive discussion with Bonnie about how to talk about racism, black culture, and all the nuances of the current situation including books to read, playlists to listen to and the only person she will follow on Twitter, who is not at all who you might imagine. Read the full article here
5 Questions With Amanda Ross
Designer, stylist and former Harper's Bazaar editor Amanda Ross stumbled upon Alex Al-Bader's charming Soler atelier in London and fell in love with its craftsmanship and bohemian spirit. Under the name ARossGirl❤️Soler, their collaborative line of silk dresses is a dreamed-up wardrobe that marries Ross' Upper East Side lifestyle with the vintage sensibility of Portobello Market.