Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Kelly Wearstler Ready to Wear

We often see fashion designers enter the home realm but rarely does it happen the other way around.  I think that's why it is so exciting to see interior designer Kelly Wearstler make the foray into fashion. I was lucky enough to attend a little soiree for the chic designer at Bergdorf Goodman who is carrying the new collection.  It's filled with really beautiful artistic fabrics, chic leather clutches and even jewelry. I already fell in love with a tie dye print tie neck blouse and everyone gaga over the jackets.  I feel like Kelly's creativity is so endless that it can't be harnessed into just one medium.  And knowing her, I'm sure this is just the tip of the iceberg! 

Kelly Wearstler














Mandy Moore, Kelly Wearstler and Jim Gold of Bergdorfs






Photos by Heather Clawson for Habitually Chic

9 comments:

Natasha @ Northern Light Blog said...

Great images, Heather! I love the fur vest... And her lable design, very cool!!!!!

Karena said...

Beautiful luxe fabrics and textures!! A great event! Good for Kelly!

xoxo
Karena

Art by Karena

ArchitectDesign™ said...

she just may even be a better fashion than interiors designer! She looks so good in that photo.

Alice Olive said...

Love the font she chose for her name, her brand. Somehow old Hollywood glam.

The Decorator said...

i wonder if Ms W's collection will come to Australia?
Will have to catch it next time I'm at Bergdorfs...

Mrs. Chatelaine said...

Kelly is one chic lady! Thanks for the sneak peek at her new collection -- I wonder when it will be coming to Paris!

xoxo

DH Hunter said...

Oh Yes, so digging this. Funny, when her interiors first came on the scene~I wrinkled my nose, then the book~ I took notice~ and now after editorial et al... frankly, I can't get enough of this one woman genius.
Love It. xo

Sherri Blum, CID said...

I want the jacket she's wearing!

Bourbon&Pearls said...

I try to find the positive in everything but oh dear this is challenging, umm, I love the font on the label?

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