RB Fave - The Leopard Coat

If there's one thing every woman should have in her closet, it's a beautiful leopard print coat. We're all about chic wardrobe staples and a statement topper like this brings bold elegance to any outfit. From jeans and a button up to that classic LBD, don't leave home without a leopard coat. The wild print is definitely a neutral in our books now, but it's been fashionable for decades and somehow still looks fresh!

Now let us do the work for you. We've found the PERFECT leopard coat for easy wear any time of year. Smythe Les Vestes is the master of knockout outerwear. Their Leopard Mini Opera Coat ($695) has the sleek feminine lines of a classic '50s swing coat with a mod A-line silhouette. It's lightweight, with textured fabric that has enough weight to drape just so.

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xo RB

Photos found via L'Officiale archives and wethepeoplestyle.net.

10 Crobsy New arrivals!

We just received our first shipment of Derek Lam 10 Crosby Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear and we couldn’t be more thrilled! With a neutral colour palette, the clothes are anything but ordinary. We love how their VP of Design, Liz Giardina, paired feminine pleating with structured tops and hard lines giving us an effortlessly cool look. Some of our favourites are the two in one dresses and sweaters that can be kept layered or deconstructed to easily take you from day to night and vice versa!
Call us at the shop if you have any questions or if you want to put something aside!!

Fashion Feed - Stories of the Week

1. Fashion month for the Fall/Winter 2015 runways wrapped up in Paris this week. Now back to starting Spring, but we will miss the impeccable street style. (via Style.com)
2. And we'll miss watching our favourite models do what they do best. (via Fashionista)
3. Apple Watch was unveiled and we're pretty surprised we can't wait to get our hands on the rose gold one. (via Business of Fashion)
4. Hansel is so hot right now. Zoolander on the Valentino runway!? That was too amazing to just watch once. (via Vanity Fair)
5. We also have to admit that we're pretty excited about the new Cinderella. It's one of our favourite fairy tales of all time. So in honour of that glass slipper, watch the gorgeous Lily James try on gorgeous shoes here. (via Vogue)
Photo by Tommy Ton via Style.com

New Arrivals In Store Now!

Stunning new Spring pieces have just arrived in store! Stripes, florals, fringe and more. Here are some of our favourites but you have to come visit us to see for yourselves!!

xo RB

RB Fave - The Perfect White Blazer

A white blazer is one of our favourite staples for any woman's wardrobe. It goes with everything (really) and the polished look can easily go from day to night. The Smythe Les Vestes Anytime Blazer ($595) is our top pick. The cut is so perfect!! Plus, the length flatters every single body. Get yours now for an easy piece to transition into spring. Here's a few styling ideas that we love too.
xo RB

Images found via Who What Wear, ModelsJam.com, Vogue, Stockholm Street Style.

Fashion Feed - Stories of the Week

1. New York Fashion Week has us rethinking the top knot and the headband. (via Vogue)

2. Peter Copping had a bittersweet first show at the helm of Oscar de la Renta. (via the New York Times)

3. Kids, Snapchat and the NYC deep freeze. We loved all the front row chatter at fashion week. (via Fashionista)

4. In non-fashion week news, your addication to coffee is officially good for you! (via Harper's Bazaar)

5. Some of our favourite stories of the week came from the Dream Team's buying trip to New York, so make sure you're following us on Instagram for all the fun!

RB Fave - Red Carpet Countdown to the Oscars

We love a red carpet so we're counting down to the 87th Academy Awards with a round up of our favourite style moments from the past few years. From the subtle to the bold, we adore anything that is feminine and floor length. These leading ladies did it best.

Gwyneth Paltrow in Tom Ford, 2012 (above).


Charlize Theron in Christian Dior, 2012.


Lupita Nyong'o in Prada, 2014.


Emma Stone in Calvin Klein Collection, 2011.


Michelle Williams in Vera Wang, 2006.


Mila Kunis in Elie Saab, 2011.


Naomi Watts in Armani Privé, 2013.


Charlize Theron in Gucci, 2004.

Images found via Huffington Post, People, PopSugar, and the Daily Mail.

RB Inspiration - That Loving Feeling

Images found via Snob Fashion Blog, Wishbones and Wanderlust, Small Girl Blogging.

Fashion Feed - Stories of the Week

1. New York Fashion Week is off and running for Fall/Winter 2015! Get access to every single runway show and presentation and party here. (Style.com)

2. Pat McGrath, beauty guru, talks about fashion week's backstage prep and everything she has in your tool kit you can get for yourself too. (via Into the Gloss)

3. Just in time for NYFW, we get a new soundtrack from Drake, Kanye West and Taylor Swift. They all pulled a Beyoncé and we love it. (via Vogue.com)

4. Rihanna killed it on the Grammy Awards red carpet and more from music's biggest night. (via Refinery29)

5. One of our favorite fashion news sites, Racked, had a makeover and talked about why fashion matters. (via Racked.com)

RB Fave - NYFW Edition

It's that time of year again! Fashion week has hit New York City so the Dream Team is prepping for another big trip out east for Fall 2015. It's a place near and dear to our hearts so we thought we'd share some of our favorite spots that are a must on any trip to the City That Never Sleeps.

First let's talk food. Babbo (babbonyc.com, 110 Waverly Place in Greenwich Village) is always one of our favorite places to meet friends and catch up. Everything on the menu of this Italian resto is to die for (try the octopus, it's INCREDIBLE) and we always save room for dessert.
Café Felix (felixny.com, 340 W Broadway) is a total scene and a must for an afternoon of watching the world go by. Make sure and find a seat on the patio in Soho for the best people watching.
You'll want to fuel up for a visit to Céline (celine.com, 67 Wooster Street), one of the most beautiful stores we've ever been to. The salespeople are super friendly so take your time and walk around a few times to take it all in.
It's a tourist mecca, but walking the Brooklyn Bridge is truly the perfect plan for a day off. Stroll the bridge with a coffee in hand, take in the view and get out of Manhattan. Then be sure to visit Mociun jewelry (mociun.com, 224 Wythe Avenue in Williamsburg).

We stayed at The Standard East Village last season and we will definitely be back. The restaurant Narcissa has a fabulous frittata, the rooms are gorgeous and the location is totally perfect.
You know we're a sucker for flowers and it's true even when we're on the road. Stop by any bodega in New York and you can find gorgeous blooms to brighten up your hotel room. Try it!

No matter what the exhibition we always make time for a walk through The Frick. The building is incredible, a mansion from 1914, so the architecture is awe-inspiring and the collection is beautifully curated.
For a night out, we still love the Soho House. It's one of the coolest places we've ever been and the brunch on Sunday will blow your mind. They have delicious cocktails, so if you have the time make a day of it. Play pool, take a dip in the rooftop pool, people watch.

RB hearts NYC!

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xo RB