Spring 2013 Looks to be a Blooming Blaze of Mad Mod Mode
When the conservative 1950s started swinging into the 60s with iconic Twiggy and Warhol-approved "it" chick Edie Sedgwick leading the charge, the culture mashup of British cool and American exuberance produced some fierce & flamboyant fashions with psychedelic pop-art flair. And the fun is back again in checkerboard patterns, kaleidoscopic prints & a bold graphic feel - especially in funky cocktail rings and flashy statement necklaces. These pieces by Adeler, Brumani, Allia, Baccarat & Maria Lucia Hohan would be perfect for when you wanna rebel against convention and make a scene worthy of the spotlight at The Factory.
- Lesley Scott