Chic choices


[1] The fashions and home accessories from Lexington Clothing Co. — the Swedish-based company with a store in Greenwich — seem to always have that clean, crisp and classic sensibility. Its Photo Spirit Sham ($59) adds a decidedly contemporary twist, allowing you to express your individuality with flair. The 100-percent cotton twill sham features embroidered text  — ideal for you or any free spirit you know — and a zipper closure at the bottom.
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When WAG turned the spotlight on Ralph Pucci for our September 2015 cover story, we focused on his groundbreaking mannequins and their place in fashion history. We mentioned, though, the furniture and interior-design arm of the company. As he told us, “Everything shown at Pucci is exclusively with me.” And we happily report that now includes a pair of contemporary gems from the Skye Collection by Chris Lehrecke for Ralph Pucci. The Serpentine table [2] ($21,600) features a light cement base and bleached white oak top, while the Spiral table [3] ($19,200) offers an acid-ebonized white oak top over a dark cement base. Which to choose?
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[4] Stella McCartney, a daughter of Paul McCartney and onetime Scarsdale resident Linda Eastman McCartney, has certainly made a name for herself in the world of fashion. A singular approach – based on an unwavering commitment to humane and eco-minded practices – has brought her worldwide fame. Now, she introduces POP by Stella McCartney. The modern scent ($92 for 3.3 ounces) features tuberose and sandalwood with tomato leaves, violet leaves, plumeria and cedar in all-in-one packaging. (The design forgoes a cap.) Some ingredients have been extracted using bio-mimicry, a process that saves thousands of trees and flowers. Oh, and it smells just lovely.
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[5] Angela Roi, the handbag company equally noted for its luxury vegan designs as its philanthropic efforts, has introduced its popular Sunday Tote in Mini. This compact version ($165) is made with high-quality, animal-friendly materials handcrafted by artisans. Choose Bordeaux, periwinkle (shown) or black. And as always, through the company’s partnership with The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, a portion of sales will be donated, as it says, “to help mistreated animals and to convey that fashion doesn’t depend on cruelty.”
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