B is for Bluth
After seven long years, the family that gave us “never nude,” the chicken dance, money in the banana stand and the stair car is finally back on Netflix this Sunday, May 26. How we’ve missed you.
Photograph by Sam Urdank for Netflix
C is for Camouflage
To disguise or conceal.
Dreaming Rose, 2009, by Cecilia Paredes
R is for Roomy
To have ample space — like our Robinson Spectator Satchel, which carries everything from the style essentials to magazines and snacks…and then some.
Clockwise from top left: Tory’s logo wrap bracelet and tiled logo bangle; Clinique sunscreen face cream and Tory’s Kelsey perforated iPhone case; Haribo gummy bears and Tory’s Porter bangle; Tory’s aviator sunglasses; Cherry Bombe magazine, The Fashion Insider’s Guide to Paris and Tory’s Robinson Spectator satchel; Tory’s gold cuff; flamingo journal by Bernadette Pascua, Robinson Spectator zip continental wallet and Amanda slim card case; Tory’s logo key fob; MAC Delicate nail lacquer.
M is for Mother
The ultimate nurturer. Also known as madre, mère, mamma, mãe….
Jacqueline Kennedy with daughter Caroline Kennedy during a school visit, 1962, photographed from John F. Kennedy Library/John F. Kennedy Library/Getty Images
G is for Golden
Bright and sunny yellow — and the perfect style statement for summer.
Atlantic Pacific’s Blair Eadie in Tory’s Isidor Dress
A is for Alfresco
An Italian expression for “in the open air” used, for instance, to describe dining outdoors. In French, it’s en plein air.
Table setting at Boykin Curry and Celerie Kemble’s New York apartment, 27 floors above Central Park, from Ronda Rice Carman’s Designers at Home: Personal Reflections on Stylish Living book
D is for Debbie Harry
Blondie lead singer and punk icon.
Blondie’s Debbie Harry and Chris Stein at the opening of Mirandy Gallery’s Blondie in Camera exhibition in London, 1978, photographed by Martyn Goddard/Corbis
L is for Loungewear
Classic clothes for the idle life — or as Andy Spade and Anthony Sperduti of the new sleepwear line Sleepy Jones call it, “not-quite-ready-to-wear.”
Photograph courtesy of Sleepy Jones
L is for La Jolla
Seaside California neighborhood and the location of Andy Warhol’s 1968 San Diego Surf film.
San Diego Surf, 1968/1996, by Andy Warhol
T is for Tie-Dye
A special dying technique that results in myriad bohemian moods, from hippie-chic to elegantly exotic.
Magdalena Frackowiak in Tory’s Kelby skirt, multi-strand Puka shell necklace and Emile rings, photographed by Giampaolo Sgura for Vogue Japan
S is for Summer
And the Seventies, the combination of which is on display at photographer Paul McDonough’s Sight Seeing exhibit at the Sasha Wolf Gallery in New York. Read more…
Florida, 1979, by Paul McDonough
S is for Stoked
Surfer parlance for wave excitement — and the name of the rad board book by Claudia Lebenthal and Daniel H. Stark.
Greg Noll Surf Shop, Hermosa Beach, 1963. Photo by Leroy Grannis
V is for Vibrant
Bright and vivid. Colorful and spirited. Take this look one step further with print-on-print pattern, as seen in this Tory Tunic and Walton Pant.
B is for Bikini
A summer staple, cut in a variety of styles, colors and prints — for all your myriad sun-kissed moods.
N is for Nazar
A Turkish amulet to ward off the evil eye.
Photo from My Flash Trash