B is for Braid
Hair stylist Eugene Souleiman created soft fishtail braids to echo one of our favorite prints…wheat.
T is for Tie-Dye
The bohemian batik puts a new spin on a classic polo.
S is for Spring 2013
“American prep remix. We were thinking about a stylish magpie who picks up special pieces while traveling around the world and always mixes them with classic sportswear.” — Tory
P is for Pompom
Combine with neon colors, mirror accents and intricate beadwork and you have the makings of a Spring 2013 embellishment.
S is for Sarah Rutson
The impeccably chic Fashion Director of Lane Crawford, who can pull off a pleated tent dress and leopard sandals like no one.
Photo by Marcy Swingle
W is for Watermelon
The perfect summer refresher — especially when puréed, cubed and frozen in The Darby’s Watermelon Cocktail.
G is for Gypset
Gypsy-meets-jet set, as coined by modern nomad Julia Chaplin. Here, Lamu island, one of the destinations in her book Gypset Travel.
S is for Stevie Nicks
Fleetwood Mac star and rock-and-roll style icon.
B is for Beldi Country Club
A hotel and hammam in Marrakech with sprawling botanical fields — olive and orange trees and over 1,300 roses.
M is for Majorelle Garden
Yves Saint Laurent’s bohemian oasis in the middle of Marrakech. That bright blue throughout? It’s trademarked after the garden’s designer, French artist Jacques Majorelle.
K is for Kaleidoscopic
Every day in Marrakech is one kaleidoscopic, bright, textural adventure after another.
Z is for Zellige
The art of traditional Moroccan mosaics.
M is for Marrakech
Where there’s something remarkable and inspiring around every corner.
P is for Peplum
The feminine silhouette is back. Pair it with a cropped pant and fun high heel, says THE OUTNET’s Eve Thomas (above in a Tory Burch peplum sweater and Alexander McQueen pants).
P is for Peacoat
Atlantic-Pacific blogger Blair Eadie pairs our classic peacoat with playful polka dots, adding a tomboy edge to her fall essentials.