Author archives: Jada Loveless

Looking Forward to... Manus x Machina

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We are looking forward to The Metropolitan Museum of Art's next Costume Institute exhibition, “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology”. The upcoming show will focus on the dichotomy between handmade haute couture and machine-made fashion. “Traditionally, the distinction between the haute couture and prêt-à-porter was based on the handmade and th[...]

5 Questions for: Stationer + Calligrapher Ginna Emmet

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We're huge fans of the lovely work of calligrapher and stationer, Ginna Dunlap Emmet - with Mother's Day around the corner, we think her paper is perfect for a little note of gratitude for Mom. Ginna began her career in the arts while living in New York working at Paul Yasmin Gallery. After earning her Master’s certificate in American Art from Sotheby’s[...]

Please Join Us at Saks in San Francisco!

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We are thrilled to visit with our friends in San Francisco this month as we host an afternoon tea at Saks Fifth Avenue. If you are in the area please stop by for a glass of champagne and say hello! We will be in store Wednesday, April 27 and Thursday, April 28.

5 Questions for ... Fashion Designer Barbara Tfank

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  We had the pleasure of catching up with our friend Barbara Tfank recently in New York.  Barbara's designs are beautiful, timeless and incredibly feminine, so it is no wonder she is a a red carpet favorite; from the iconic lavender gown Uma Thurman wore to the Oscars, to Adele and the First Lady, a veritable "who's who" have donned her gorgeous [...]

Looking Forward to... Oscar de la Renta at the De Young Museum

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We are so excited to be hosting our first trunk at Saks Fifth Avenue in San Francisco on April 27 and 28. San Francisco is one of our favorite cities, and while we are there we are looking forward to seeing the Oscar de la Renta exhibition at the De Young Museum. While I attended the opening in Savannah last February, this exhibition (which is curated by Vog[...]

Jada's Favorite Spring Dresses

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Spring's dewy warmth is rolling in a tad early this year, which has us again considering the persisting challenge of looking pulled together in the heat. With our peony Nile Crocodile clutch in mind, we're collecting an arsenal of dresses, the perennial standby in modern, ladylike cuts. Mixing it up a bit, one of Johanna Ortiz's chic jumpsuits steps things[...]

5 Questions for Fine Art Photographer Paul Lange

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  One of our favorite photographers is Mr. Paul Lange, noted for his breathtaking floral work and collected by tastemakers the world over. We thought the flair and romance of his photographs was perfect for the month of February. Here, five thoughtful questions for the artist, just in time for his upcoming lecture in Palm Beach: 5. Jada Lov[...]

Woman Crush Wednesday: Jacqueline de Ribes

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On our February to do list: The Metropolitan Museum of Art's intimate "Jacqueline de Ribes: The Art of Style" exhibit, which ends February 21.  The doyenne of French chic and a muse to some of the twentieth century's greatest designers, de Ribes also designed her own line, noted for adding her own artistic flair by cutting up her old haute couture dresses.[...]

A Valentine's Day Playlist, Because We Love You

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"Nobody has measured, even the poets, how much a heart can hold"- Zelda Fitzgerald Our Valentine to you, a sweet mix of romantic tunes: Serge Gainsbourg, Jane Birkin - Je t'aime moi non plus Foo Fighters - Everlong (acoustic)  Chris Isaak - Wicked Game Jeff Buckley - Lover, You Should've Come Over Sting - A Thousand Years John Coltrane[...]

On Our Reading List: The Romance of Flowers

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If you are in Atlanta this week, be sure to go visit with Veranda magazine Editor in Chief Clinton Smith at the Cathedral Antiques Show, who has authored the new book "The Romance of Flowers". It culls together years of gorgeous floral photography from many years of the esteemed publications' archives. The lively arrangements and colors are the clos[...]