Double D Ranch Jacket (similar here, and cool stone-colored one here), Closet Space Dress (similar here, also love the exaggerated sleeves on this one), Tory Burch Bag (old, last seen here, similar here), Candy Heels (this pair has a little extra embellishment, and this one by Gianvito Rossi is gorgeous), Vintage Choker (here’s a new version)
Five thousand miles southwest of London, a family of mavericks located in Yoakum, Texas created a jacket that I had to bring with me to London Fashion Week. Their studded leather biker is a statement piece if ever there was one. Double D Ranch is western couture’s first family. They draw their inspiration from a long line of outlaws and revolutionaries to create pieces blending bohemian, cowboy, and Native American influences. It is rare to find clothing that embraces culture and heritage while simultaneously defying the tendency to be pinned down or labeled. But here Double D Ranch excels.
The Marble Arch across from Speakers’ Corner in Hyde Park
London’s Regent Street was named after the Prince Regent – the future King George IV – and was designed by architect John Nash. Its reputation as a fashion mecca has earned it the nickname “mile of style.” Hamleys Toys is the oldest operating business on Regent Street, having originally opened in central London in 1760.