Daily Inspiration

The LANE's handpicked selection of brands & services

Wednesday, May 31st 2017

The Allure of the Infinite.

The symbolism of the engagement ring lies in the permanence of the diamond, a metal that outlives and outlasts, resisting age and evading damage. As we search for design that evolves and changes, we can never quite resist the urge to come back to the classics, to those jewels that are inherently timeless, speaking to the romantic within us all.

A collision between old and new, Grew & Co blend ancient techniques and modern aesthetics, designing fine jewelry that understands our desire for the perennial. Gems and metals are sourced internationally, remanants of far flung places that come to sit on our fingers, iridescent referents to the allure of the infinite. 

Wednesday, May 31st 2017

Secret Garden.

Some of our favorite frames from the newest collection by Dana Harel. Aptly named “secret garden”, the collection is comprised of soft silhouettes and dramatic detailing, fabric that recalls wild botanica in subdued hues and featherweight fabrics. Think swirling embroidery and hand sewn embellishment, where shoulders are left bare and sleeves fall theatrically over the hands… 

Tuesday, May 30th 2017

Mastery of Simplicity.

When we think of Tiffany & Co, far beyond their blue boxes or their trademark hearts, it's their mastery of simplicity that we love. We find ourselves drawn to stones set upon simple bands, where the metals are smooth and the diamonds are brilliant. There is an elegance that resides in the restrained and the refined, in the classic shapes and iconic cuts that are Tiffany & Co’s signatures.

Pictured here, the solitaire, the pear and the emerald, three silhouettes that have defied the ephemerality of trends to become the epitome of fine jewelry. 

Tuesday, May 30th 2017

Minimalist Silhouettes.

Today we’re dreaming back to one of our favorite Real Weddings; an epitome of the minimal styling and timeless aesthetic we love, with a silk A La Robe slip sourced from Spina Bride. For those drawn to a more refined, effortless bridal look, this NYC bridal boutique is our go-to, with racks that spill with designs that sit beautifully on the periphery of bridal and RTW. 

Photography by Teneil Kable.

Monday, May 29th 2017

Botanic Event Spaces & Masterclasses.

Searching for chic interpretations of bachelorette parties and bridal showers reimagined, we were excited to hear of Prunella’s foray into private events. Already one of our favorite names in floristry, Prunella has opened their studio for boutique events and masterclasses, creating bespoke styling and rambling arrangements to pair with seasonal menus and matching wines.

Coming up, an afternoon of flowers and food in collaboration with chef Damien Sandercock (of Piper St. Food Co.). Create wild installations and dramatic tablescapes while dining on seasonal menus artfully plated, an intimate affair inspired by dark aesthetics and moody hues…

To find out more information or to book, head to their website here or discover the full calendar of events here.

Monday, May 29th 2017

Understated Masculinity.

Representing timeless design and impeccable craftsmanship, we love Baume & Mercier's luxurious collections for pre-wedding gifts or anniversary milestones. Featured here in our Libertine editorial, each Swiss made watch references stolen moments and special occasions, their faces tracking time and memories that lie beyond the sequential passing of minutes and hours. Infusing masculine aesthetics and understated style, discover the full collection on the Baume & Mercier website. Pictured: Baume & Mercier Capeland

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