Over the weekend, Suki Waterhouse, top international model (and, ahem, Bradley Cooper’s girlfriend), stepped out on the town in London to catch a private Lauryn Hill concert with pal Cara Delevingne. Not only did she debut her new brunette hair color, but also the MILLY Sienna cape coat, made of luxurious bonded wool and a gorgeous custom oversize zipper.
This week’s #WCW goes out to Aussie beauty, Rose Byrne.
Rose kicked off her career on Australian TV, and moved to New York in 2007 to make a name for herself Stateside.
You’ve seen her on TV in Damages, she’s made you laugh in Bridesmaids, and last week her latest film This is Where I Leave You hit the big screens.
Rose is really having a moment right now, and has some big things coming her way. She makes her Broadway debut later this month in You Can’t Take it With You…and look out for her in the remake of everyone’s favorite musical, Annie, alongside her off-screen boyfriend, Bobby Cannavale.
We love her modern, feminine style - check her out in MILLY honeycomb mesh above!
Nothing adds edge to a classic leather clutch like some chain hardware. Take your look to the next level with these gorgeous MILLY handbags for day or night.
For after dark:
Black python suede + chain = your secret weapon in the evenings. Try the MILLY Collins Suede Clutch. The luxurious chain doubles as arm candy, so you don’t have to worry about jewelry. Pair it with the MILLY Fringe Dress and you’re ready to party!
Your new daytime favorite, theMILLY Collins Tote makes a statement while holding all of your essentials.
German blogger Maja Wyh, whose style is focused on a distinctive silhouette of long lines, oversize outerwear and luxe layers, had a pretty major #MILLYMOMENT during NYFW, hitting the shows in a MILLY aspirin dot leather midi-skirt.
Pairing the dot leather with an oversized fur coat for a mixture of rich textures, Maja’s look has got us excited for the cooler days to come. After all, leather is already one of our favorite fall trends.
This week’s WCW goes out to Emma Ferrer, the fresh-faced granddaughter of an all-time great, Audrey Hepburn.
You probably recognize Emma from the cover of the September issue of Harper’s Bazaar.
We were thrilled to have Emma sit front row at the MILLY Spring ‘15 Runway Show at NYFW - check out our front-row style reportto see what she was wearing!
An aspiring artist about to begin her third year at the Florence Academy of Art in Italy, Emma was born in Switzerland, and relocated to Los Angeles at the age of 2. At 14, Emma moved to Florence, Italy - a city bursting with culture, history, and an incredibly rich art scene.
We can’t wait to see what Emma does next - with plans to move to New York in the coming months as the Florence Academy of Art opens a campus Stateside, we know she is going to be on our radar!
On Monday, the MILLY Spring ‘15 Collection was revealed on the runway at Artbeam during New York Fashion Week.
Let’s take a closer look at the show…
Inspired by the bold conceptual art of Dan Graham and John Baldessari, the collection features luxurious, futuristic fabrics and cascading silhouettes. Grounded in black and white, the collection features kinetic bursts of saturated color. Cobalt, poppy, yellow and mint echo the palette favored by Baldessari.
The set design was a nod to artist Dan Graham, using two-way mirrors to create a provocative and immersive experience, reflecting the precise tailoring and refined draping throughout the collection.
The ultimate statement cocktail dress, it’s romantic, feminine and perfect for making a statement in these late summer evenings. Add red lipstick and a MILLY clutch to complete the old-hollywood glam look.
We asked MILLY Designer + Founder Michelle Smith to give us an insight into the collection and what it was inspired by.
Q: What inspired the Spring ‘15 collection?
A: I was inspired by the bold conceptual art of John Baldessari and Dan Graham.
Q: Tell us about the fabrics:
A: I constructed a collection of ultra-luxurious three dimensional fabric and sculptural silhouettes. I layered rich textures with cascades of mesh, layers of illusion filament jacquard and raffia organza.
Q: What was the inspiration behind the color palette?
A: The collection, grounded in black and white, features kinetic bursts of saturated color, Cobalt, poppy, yellow and mint echo the palette favored by Baldessari.