An Ode to the Classics

This style mood I have for January is an Ode to the Classics. Fabric, texture and cut has been lost on designers as of late but I see a slight re emergence of awesome cuts and shimmery fabrics. The allure and glamor that is reflective of a time gone by, where we dressed and impressed, had fun, and looked good doing it. The more I look at influencers and entertainers I keep getting stripper vibes. I’d like an up grade from all the thigh and cleavage everywhere, and dial back to a time where things had a bit more brilliance.

The cut, the color the creativity! A balance between jacket and cape. French style pea coat with wings. Dazzling!
The shimmery skirt and the flow and movement. Stare at all that glimmer!
Artistry of stitch. Victorian meets Edwardian with a Spanish twist.

Lace half top with 3/4 length sleeves is already a winner, but pair with this statement piece and you own the day and night!

Softly, smart and so refined, gorgeous and unassuming.

If the art of the color pop is a skill, then this man is a genius.

Give me delights, and a vision of outright and blunt glamorous beauty engaging and fierce



When you can have the best cut over the rest.

Purple power hour! Business Boss and Brazen

Smile, wave and own the stage.

Diana Ross came in with boss power and played the types of characters that showed an array of talent and pizzazz. She has that it factor, to always be relavent to be a classic.

Some need no introduction…

When I think of a model, Naomi Campbell is the way it was supposed to be, she made my Barbie come to life. She is international, and stunning, educated and cultured. A muse.

Men with style have a power that is quiet, sexy and intriguing.

Not enough men with style gracing pages, so here we go. An Ode to the classic man, a Renaissance man, one who motivates himself and others. Not afraid to be brilliant not afraid to show up.



A spectacular point of view, just to look at you.

Classics find themselves intersected with its own influences. A twist of culture a resonance of duality a blend of style to salvage our identity.
Royal blue and Gold, January influences a travel style a connection with cultures and spaces.

Refined brass and copper pots. Some traditional never age, they just transform to be reborn.


An Ode to the time of conversations, great people, and movements, influencial artist and poets. Those who inspire thinkers and writers to keep writing keep dreaming.

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