Each time I make my way to NYC, Bergdorf’s is on the must stop list. Fabulous level upon level, perfectly poised garments, neatly displayed accessories, mountains of fine jewelry and so many bags even the most skilled mathematician would lose count. I could spend days here. Dressing clients here is such fun; since we can literally shop ’til we drop. Also, I got the scoop that the shoe department is being expanded!
These look awfully familiar to a selfie from last year around this time. I only wish they were as refined as the Loub’s!
On this trip, I fell for three very specific pieces of jewelry.
First: Loree Rodkin ring. It was along the lines of the one below, without the evil eye and with faceted diamonds of varying color, instead. If you have any questions, feel free to send me an email or give Kay Bogdan a call at Bergdorf Goodman, directly. I have been sporting a hinged ring for years and receive compliments each time I take her out for a spin. This fine piece can be paired back to a gala or black tie event and down to a great pair of jeans, simple tank and a sexy heel. Done.
Second: Paulo Costagli earrings. Green tourmaline and diamonds. Sign me up! Again, I put super fancy back to jeans, boots and leather but these with a black silk slip dress, get out the door. Amazing.
Third: Solange Azagury-Partridge ring
This ring is so old school cool. Reminds me of something my Opa would wear on his pinky, but not really. Here it is in what seems to look like a ruby; however, I saw it in yellow gold and emeralds. She is also very well known for her lacquered Hot Lips ring, shown in a great fall lip shade I’ve been loving.
People come from all around to photograph Bergdorf’s windows and they did not disappoint. So much inspiration tucked into this one.
So wanting a Polaroid camera.