Matter Of Style
Serve Something Chic
This Dodi Thayer for Tori Burch dinnerware exudes elegance for every day and special occasions. Starting at $88; available at www.toryburch.com.
If you rode a banana-seat bike as a child, Schwinn’s recently released Lemon Peeler will whisk you back in time. Equipped with fenders and coaster brake, this bright yellow cycle brings on nostalgia like no other. Oh, to be a kid again! $349; available at www.amazon.com.
Springtime never fails to fill us with fresh finds to take from the runways to the streets. Shop the season’s must-haves here.
Tomas Maier just gets us. These aviator-style sunnies with palm tree-peppered lenses are unequivocally Florida.
$250; available at www.net-a-porter.com.
Snake fever is taking over the runways and jewelry displays. This Daniella Kronfle Serpent ring replete with blue sapphires and blue topaz in rose gold is a Spring sssss-staple. $4,900; available at Daniella Kronfle, 4141 NE 2nd Ave., #203D (by appointment only) and www.daniellakronfle.com.
There’s no denying photographer Gray Malin has a love affair with Miami. His latest limited-edition beach towel—a pool aerial image from the Magic City— is the perfect accessory for your next beach day. $99; available at www.graymalin.com.
Flamingos, Scorpions, Oh My!
Don’t shy away from statement earrings. Like, ever. These Miu Miu gold and silverplated faux pearl and crystal clip earrings will set you apart from the masses. $420; available at www.net-a-porter.com
Rock the Croc
Designer Adriana Castro’s top-handle and structured Anka satchel will have everyone who sees it green with envy (pun intended). $3,370; available at www.adrianacastroonline.com.
Snap to It!
Snapt—a line of accessories built upon a simple snap system—allows tweens to layer fun pieces with a cool click. $8 and up; available at www.snaptnyc.com.
For a veritable fiesta on your feet, these Christian Louboutin Venenana style heels are it. Leaf-shaped straps, iridescent beads and sky-high heels make this one sensational sandal. $1,545; available at www.christianlouboutin.com.