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DC EDITORIAL: PEARLS & TWEED

Tweed is not just for coats or blazers, one of my favorite fabric looks fabulous in a dress too. Personally, I’m loving this spring season’s figure flattering dress for it’s chic ease wearability. It’s almost my favorite new little white dress, because it’s accessorized with big pearls.

To have impact, these “remakes” must both acknowledge and reject the rich symbolism of the original. There are many signifiers attached to luminescent pearls, which, through time, have represented both purity and power even as they provoke. Pearls don’t have the flash of diamonds, but they are undeniably precious and celebrated for being so. Paired with my favorite suede pumps, black bag—had a timeless feel of monochrome look. Shot by Tony in front of Albertina Museum with a impressive Egon Schiele’s “Nude on her stomach” 1917 art piece, makes this monochrome outfit look even more sophisticated.

Wearing:
Edward Achour Paris dress
Giuseppe Zanotti Design bag
Aquazzura pumps
Tom Ford sunglasses

Photography by Tony Gigov

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