Remember those kaleidoscopes we played with a kids? Wouldn’t you like to wear some of those wonderful prisms and swirls and colors? Now you can: teen fashion designer Ariel Weinberg combines the visionary collage art of her grandfather Robert Swedroe with luxurious fabrics and sophisticated designs to create her stunning collections. The new season is no exception with graphic prints on charmeuse, silk, and neoprene. No two pieces are exactly alike and all are guaranteed to be conversation piece.
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I recently took my new Cole Haan “Emma” satchel out for brunch – “walking the bag”, as my husband so beautifully put it. Top-handle handbags are right on trend for fall, and this deep orange-red color works as a neutral, working with everything from casual jeans outfits to office attire. The pebbled leather is sturdy, and there is an optional shoulder strap so you can wear it as a cross-body purse as well. I am in love with this jolt of happy color and I plan to wear it right through fall.