MAKING ROOM FOR STYLE
WAG had the chance to spend some time with the namesakes behind the Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams furniture and home accessories firm at their Signature Store in Greenwich on a memorable afternoon last year. We’ve been following their designs ever since and were quite impressed with the sleekly stylish options for fall. These vignettes, which clearly show off Gold and Williams’ affinity for modern design, draw specifically on 1970s modern as a muse. The Fall 2015 Collection balances updated design elements with clean, classic silhouettes to offer a look that’s not only sleek but comfortable, another Gold + Williams signature. Above, from left, laid-back luxury at its best, featuring clean-lined classics like the new Presley chair with distinctive oval metal tubing ($3,660, as shown); cool comfort meets a luxurious material mix, from the stunning glass Moira pendant to the café-colored Italian marble of the Gramercy Square Cocktail Table ($1,995); and setting the serene scene, a nesting cocktail table, while nesting side tables flank the sofa, always ready for when company comes. (Astor Nesting Cocktail Table, $1,995).
Photographs courtesy Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams.
For more, visit mgbwhome.com.
BEST FOOT FORWARD
There’s no question of a fashion misstep when it comes to the designs of Stuart Weitzman. The onetime WAG cover subject – he graced our October 2013 issue – is a strong presence in Fairfield County, where he just happens to have a hometown boutique in Greenwich. The company’s fall/winter collection has us already looking forward to those crisp days to come when we want nothing more than to strut about in our boots. Among the choices are, from left, the Discoboot in Black Fianco Croco ($555); the Parka in Topo Suede ($675); and the Mane in Nero Sport Calf ($698).
The selection’s dreamy. Don’t you agree?
Photographs courtesy Stuart Weitzman.
For more, visit stuartweitzman.com.
Fall’s “It” silhouette for purses just might be the saddle bag. It’s not overwhelming but it’s big enough for the essentials. Neiman Marcus Westchester gives it the nod in its fall trend forecast with a catchy tag: “Single-shoulder or crossbody, a ’70s favorite rides again.” Options include, from left, the Cynnie Suede/Leather Messenger Bag in Black/Coco ($595) from Elizabeth and James; the Chloe Drew Small Shoulder Bag in Wine ($1,850) or Hudson Mini Charm Shoulder Bag in Black ($2,250); and the PS1 Medium Fringe Satchel Bag in Oxblood ($1,795) by Proenza Schouler. Grab one – or several – to complete any ensemble, day or night.
Photographs courtesy Neiman Marcus.
For more, visit neimanmarcus.com.