The socks are cashmere; the t shirts are embroidered: A mix of Frame’s American aesthetic and the Ritz Paris’ reputation for French elegance, luxury dressing for every day was top of mind for this 22 piece, all gender capsule. “We also included items in the collection to ensure our esteemed guests feel as though they can bring the Ritz Paris along with them as a piece of their home away from home,” says Messina of including pieces like a gym bag and blanket in the mix. “Marfa is a magical place that seems on the borderland between worlds: Isolation, timelessness, peculiar lights, flourishing artists,” says Moltz of creating El Cosmico, the original scent named for Lambert’s hotel, which bottles woody, green notes and a hint of white smoke. It’s a “real landscape in a bottle,” he says. Lambert says that scent has always been something she’s considered when building hotels: “When you travel, you tend to remember smells more than anything, and revisiting those aromas sort of transports you back through your experiences,” she says. For a second scent act surrounding the El Cosmico hotel, Sweet Do Nothing represents the idea that “sometimes the best use of your time is to do absolutely nothing.” Lambert calls its notes of Texas fig and cedar “a way to travel without having to leave home.”
I think the key to fall dressing is to layer! I swear by Rag & Bone’s white T shirts and Proenza Schouler or Vince black ones. They’re the perfect length—not too short, not too long. I wear them under everything from Chanel blazers to my La Ligne striped sweaters, which are my other go to for fall. This cropped one pairs just as well with a skirt as it does with my blue jeans. Lastly, Dôen dresses. I wear them with sandals in the summer and add tights and boots come fall. I just ordered this one. For me, nothing is more essential for a fall wardrobe than a big, clunky black shoe. With tights, socks, and a miniskirt, it’s the thing that will carry me all the way to winter. My fall wardrobe is built on a foundation of three things: Citizens of Humanity jeans, which fit me better than any other brand; Khaite featherweight cashmere sweaters, which are cozy without being bulky; and Margaux ballet flats, which are both elegant and wildly comfortable. I could wear those pieces all day, every day and never get bored; I’d just mix in different jewelry and accessories. On that note, I recently picked up Emily Levine Milan’s crystal drop earrings, which I love so much (and get so many questions about!) that I might need a second pair. Nothing takes the sting out of saying goodbye to summer like celebrating with two new instant classics. For the past two years, I’ve invested in a new Proenza Schouler sweater at the beginning of fall and end up living in it all winter. I’ve been seriously lusting after these McQueen flat boots since seeing them on the runway; they’re a practical, yet exciting upgrade on my traditional winter boot.
I love these suede leggings from Off Track: chic enough for any meeting, but comfortable enough to wear at home, legs curled (my usual position), and made sustainably with leather that is a byproduct of the food industry. I’ll pair them with this Meme Chose tuxedo shirt and top it all off with a House of Fluff faux leopard car coat, the perfect transitional jacket that pulls everything together. My go to fall basic is a men’s button down shirt, so when I saw Alexander Wang’s tuxedo shirt dress on Malgosia Bela last winter, I knew I needed this elevated version! I also found a perfectly oversized striped one from the men’s section at Gap for that I will keep on rotation every day. As for accessories, I love a classic, well made, logo less bag. Metier London makes my favorite bags right now, and a pair of Bensimon tennis shoes will be perfect for running around during fashion month.
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