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6 14 2011

6 14 11

GET A JUMP ON SUMMER
JUNE IS ALL ABOUT GOING PLACES—HONEYMOONS, BIENNIALES, FILM FESTS, SAFARIS AND SUMMER HOMES. ALL COMPELLING REASONS TO ACQUIRE RARE AND EXCLUSIVE GOODS. LIKE SEXY BASICS YOU’LL NEED TO PACK, PERFECT PLATES FOR THE SUMMER PAD, JEWELS YOU WON’T FIND WHEREVER YOU’RE HEADED, NEW MODELS FROM GOYARD TO CARRY THEM IN, AND A GLAM COLLECTION PERFECT FOR SUMMER STEP-AND-REPEAT PHOTO OPS. IT’S ALL GOODS TO GO.

 

 

 

THE ULTIMATE WEBB SITE
That has to be our Main Floor, where we are featuring a precious and exclusive collection of David Webb jewelry. David Webb, a prodigy and one of the greatest jewelers America has produced, died at 34 years of age in 1975, but his designs and his inimitable style live on with his workshop. During his meteoric career, Webb moved from a traditional yet innovatively baroque style that was feminine and opulent to a mastery of geometry and minimalism in gold and precious stones. Whatever mode or mood Webb expressed is as relevant today as when it was first sketched.
DAVID WEBB, MAIN FLOOR
212 872 2518

 

 

STARWEAR
The stylist to the stars is a star herself. She headlines in her own Bravo show, The Rachel Zoe Project, and her name is not only in lights but on The New York Times Best Seller List, with Style A to Zoe. She dazzles people wherever she goes with her personal charm and glamorous acumen, and now Zoe’s ready-to-wear collection is coming to Bergdorf Goodman, debuting in July. It’s the perfect real-life resource from the queen of runway chic.
RACHEL ZOE COLLECTION, 5F
212 872 8967

 


THE GREAT FASHION PLATE
Hermès has an extraordinary new tableware collection, “Bleu D’Ailleurs,” a title fit for a classic jazz album. It’s perfectly apt because a whole spectrum of blue shades appears here, in a fantastically graphic repertoire of porcelain inspired by the blues used in the classic artisanal traditions of China and Japan. Imagine imperial table settings recreated under the influence of the great mosque architects, the Nabis painters, hard-edged abstraction and Yves Klein. Hermès has created a collection of contemporary pieces destined for heirloom status.
HERMÈS, SEVENTH FLOOR
212 872 8658

 

 

BETTER THAN YOUR BEAU’S
Great news from 5F. A.L.C. has arrived. It’s not a car or a sports league but a collection from designer Andrea Lieberman that you can build a versatile wardrobe around. It’s cut for women but incorporates all the modular pieces and brilliant details she loves about men’s clothes. The key items are chic classics. Flat-front trousers with perfect long-stemmed flair, a great bomber jacket, a sleeker cut pea coat, a luxurious gamine sweatshirt. As in menswear, there are colors that work with anything—khaki, oxblood and just the right shades of blue. Unlike menswear, this collection plays around with silhouette in wildly sexy ways.
A.L.C., 5F
212 872 8967

 


Wilfredo Rosado Feather Cuff 212 872 2578Wilfredo Rosado Feather Necklace 212 872 2578 Wilfredo Rosado Ring 212 872 2578

JEWELRY, ARTISTRY AND PEDIGREE
Wilfredo Rosado’s jewelry collection, a brilliant reflection of its creator’s extraordinary career, is now in its debut season on our Main Floor. While still a student at NYU, Rosado was recruited by Armani for their first American store. He then became a protégé of Andy Warhol, who was both a great artist and a brilliant connoisseur of jewelry. As Interview’s fashion editor, Rosado worked with photographers like Herb Ritts and Bruce Weber and rubbed elbows with Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat and a brilliant cast of socialites and characters. After many years as Armani’s fashion director in the United States, he began designing jewelry on alark in 2007, creating a piece to benefit the Whitney Museum. His fashion pedigree shone through, the piece was a hit, and Rosado finally indulged a secret dream—to create a line of fine jewelry that was sexy, whimsical, wickedly witty and very luxurious.
WILFREDO ROSADO, MAIN FLOOR
212 872 2583


NEW FROM GOYARD
The revered Parisian malletier has been crafting fine bags since 1853, so it’s not surprising that they don’t roll out new models that often. They have to be just right. When you’re right, the French say tu as raison, which literally translated means “you have a reason.” Every addition to the Goyard line has a sound reason for being, and it must be perfect before it is introduced. So the arrival of two new styles—the Grenadines shoulder bag and the Marquises handbag—is very big news. To make a Goyard bag truly your own, join us on Thursday, June 16, and Friday, June 17, to meet the Goyard artists who will have your Goyard purchases customized with a unique design. Learn more about the event here.
GOYARD, MAIN FLOOR
212 872 2583

 

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