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Moonrise Kingdom Inspires Retro Fashion: Walt Bishop’s Style June 7, 2012

Filed under: fashion — Deb Johns @ 7:23 am
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Filmmaker Wes Anderson is back this summer after a successful debut at Cannes of his new film Moonrise Kingdom. While the plots of his various films tend to include affecting yet charming stories, it is the style of the characters and sets that leaves us most mesmerized… and, rest assured, Moonrise Kingdom will deliver when we get to sit down for it in theatres after its wide release (the film is in limited release currently, in NYC and LA). Get a sneak peak at the style of several characters in this film as we lead you ‘from the set to the street’ with unique suggestions for your wardrobe, inspired by Scout Master Ward (Ed Norton), the mother and wife Laura Bishop (Frances McDormand), the husband and father Walt Bishop (Bill Murray), and the daughter/star-crossed lover Suzy (Kara Heyward).

SEERSUCKER, MADRAS AND BROGUES:

Clockwise from top left: SCOUT Original Deano in Monaco Stripe; GH Bass Jolene Oxfords; Cole Haan Allisa Oxfords; TopShop Maddie Mint Eva Sole Brogues; Brooks Brothers Cotton Madras Plaid Jacket; Rugby Edana Madras Jacket; Forever 21 Madras Blazer; J. Crew Seersucker Bermuda Short; Veronica Beard Seersucker Short; Rugby Marcellin Seersucker Pant; (Bill Murray as Walt Bishop in Moonrise Kingdom).

 

Color Stories Uniting Europe’s Fashion Capitals: Spectator Clothing March 12, 2012

Filed under: fashion — Deb Johns @ 7:51 am
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“For the next couple weeks we’ll be showing you the latest color stories spotted overseas in Paris, Milan and London – from separates to accessories, we’ll have photos to inspire upcoming purchases or to encourage new looks created with items already in your wardrobe.”

SPECTATOR STYLE OF DRESS FOR SPRING/SUMMER 2012

“Spectator is a timeless trend that has been redefined for spring/summer 2012 with new twists and unexpected details. Updating the classic navy, white and red trio are touches of marine blue, turquoise, hot pink and yellow. Pattern morphs from classic stripings to include nautical flag images, contrast welting and stitching, engineered border and panel effects, as well as checks, geometrics and retro textural looks that come alive in this perfect spring spectrum.”

 

 
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