It is the story of a San Francisco detective, John “Scottie” Ferguson, who is hired to investigate a woman with whom he gradually falls in love. A woman, Madeleine, who is obsessed with her suicidal great-grandmother, Carlotta, believing that she is her direct reincarnation, and thus doomed to repeat her actions. Another Hitchcock classic, one of the markers of Madeleine’s obsessions with Carlotta, is a ruby necklace that Carlotta wears in a famous portrait that hangs in the California Palace of the Legion of Honor. A tale of murder, fear, and fixation, check out the wonderfully eerie clip:
A European brand with gorgeous streamlined and tailored designs that are on trend, they were long famously reticent to ship to the US. But at last they have both a store opening in Soho (at 129 Spring St.) this summer and a US website! Check out their jewelry:
And their website:
A great interview of designer Jacquie Aiche by another great designer Rachel Roy, and a shout-out on one of my favorite blogs, Honestly WTF, below:
To learn more about Maria Cristina Bellucci’s amazing pencil jewelry, click here:
The story of an urbane, yet irresponsible party girl and her neighbor, a struggling writer and a kept man, “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” has inspired many a schoolgirl dream and many a fabulous party outfit. Coming home at dawn with a cup of deli coffee and a donut to window-shop at Tiffany’s? Glamour to the hilt.
Read the entire article at The Glamourai: