S is for Spring
The time to shake off the winter blues and embrace a sunny spirit.
Y is for Yellow
Eternally cheerful, optimistic, hopeful and happy.
N is for New Wave
What we like to call a cool collage like this, which combines the French Riviera à la Godard with a little post-modern cut and paste.
P is for Pink
Powerful, punchy, feminine, flirtatious and pretty fantastic.
Collage from Charlotte Moss: A Visual Life: Scrapbooks, Collages, and Inspirations
K is for Kicks
Quest like a tribe does and kick it with the shoe of the season.
B is for Brad Goreski
Stylist and reality television star. His second season of It’s a Brad, Brad World kicks off today on Bravo (also a B).
G is for Garry Winogrand
Street-style photographer before there was a thing called street style. A new retrospective at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art spotlights his striking images of everyday postwar America.
Woman Riding Bicycle, 1975 by Garry Winogrand; used with Permission © The Estate of Garry Winogrand, courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco
C is for California
Land of sun, surf, skateboards and…hour-long traffic.
Photo from the Stay Cool series by RJ Shaughnessy in Milk and Honey
F is for Flamingo
Bird of (spring break) paradise and the mascot for our R&R beach shop.
O is for Orange
A citrus fruit and one of Tory’s favorite colors.
Photo from Love Lemlem
R is for Ring
A finger ornament that can come in all shapes and sizes, from simple solitaires to these fish-shaped showstoppers.
D is for Day in the Life
For Tory, on the day of the Fall 2013 show, it starts with the necessities: coffee and newspapers.
P is for Peekaboo
Cara Delevingne — Brit model and New York Fashion Week rock star — shows off a pair of graphic glasses from Fall 2013.
F is for Flora
A Fall 2013 motif, loosely inspired by the William Morris’ repeating leaf and bloom designs.
Photographed by Jennifer Livingston
K is for Klimt
Austrian painter of the Art Nouveau movement and one of the inspirations behind Fall 2013’s free-spirited and romantic mood.
Photographed by Dan Lecca