I bumped into an old friend the other day who was wearing the chicest jumpsuit accessorized with her monogrammed camera bag. Of course I had to inquire, and turns out it was designed by The Only Jane. Los Angeles based company the The Only Jane was founded by Jane Herman. Jane Herman grew up selling denim and t-shirts at her families Ron Herman stores. She launched The Only Jane in March of 2020. You can check out her jumpsuit below along with several others that I covet.
I love Megan Markle’s eco friendly cost conscious Everlane Jumpsuit, $120 she was wearing on her South African tour. She paired it with black Manolo pumps and beautiful gold earrings. Simple yet elegant! Also in the spotlight is her Madewell denim jacket and canvas tote she wore to greet locals at Monwabisi Beach. Looking forward to more affordable fashion as her tour continues.
I have been anxiously awaiting the opening of the new Everlane store on Abbot Kinney and stopped by yesterday. I was pressed for time so I didn’t get to dig deep into the inventory (I’ll be back soon). Just enough time to scoop up this Utility Jumpsuit and Button Down. The store is sleek, modern, and the sales associates are extremely helpful. Now on to the ever so trending boyfriend button down which I’ve been stocking up on lately.
Scandinavian women are renowned across the globe for their minimalistic, comfortable and cool clothes. I was witness to their chic style when I was there in May. Copenhagen fashion week just kicked off. There are definitely some standout trends being spotted on the streets. I will highlight them below. Scandinavian brands taking center stage at Fashion week are Ganni, Saks Potts, Marlene Birger, and Sophie Bille Brahe.
I love the juxtaposition of sportswear mixed with a dressy bottom like these cropped kick flare pants by Derek Lam. It reminds me of the days ( in my 20’s) running around Soho in a shrunken tee, slip skirt, and nike’s.