We’ve got a new found obsession for the Milanese jewelry house Pomellato and their latest collection Pomellato ’67 – one, because it is being released this month exclusively to only 20 Saks nationwide and two, one of them is Boston! We’re always excited when new brands come in to Boston, especially this one because it’s a whole new venture – they’ve never done a silver line until now.
Under the creative direction of Sergio Silvestris and the hand-craftsmanship of the Pomellato artisans they’ve presented a collection that has a feminine rock feel. There really is something enticingly sexy about the entire line and we could definitely see any of these pieces decorating “it-girls” all over the world. The prices range from $395-$4640 so we think it will be an investment that you’ll love.
We’ll keep you updated on the Saks release but view the entire collection here for now.
Yes, we are going to absolutely take some time out to plug our shop. We’re opening our first ever pop-up shop tomorrow in Springfield, MA and we’re having a massive Grand Opening sale BUT no need to fret because that same exact sale will be available online. It starts at noon with 30% off your entire purchase and dwindles down to 10% around 4. If you are somehow far too busy on a Sunday to make it to the site (or shop!) by 4pm, no worries – we’ll be throwing codes around our Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, and blog for you to still snag some sweet deals.
Yep, we redesign so often but we never get to a point where everything is just on an even keel. But we are all working on a ton of new stories that will go live with the launch of the new site.
During the month of October there will be some minor construction going on over on TheBostonBazaar.com and some MAJOR construction of the fashion, culture, and beauty sections. They’re being revamped and will be in full gear with stories, interviews, tips & advice, shopping, and giveaways.
So prepare for a bunch of new content and a site you can check out daily!
If you’re interested in writing, modeling, or if you have a super cool project that you’d like us to spotlight shoot us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org. All press releases can go to PR@thebostonbazaar.com.
And remember to be on the look out for our Bazaar Eye photographers to show off your street style.
Saturday night at Boston Fashion Week, over at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, something great was happening under that large white tent. A great crowd showed up in some awesome outfits and fabulous fashion. The bright lights turned on, the pop music blasted and the opening model for Mike&Ton struts out wearing an ivory ruched epaulette dress with cowl and huge,crimped, teased hair. That set the tone immediately. Each of their models came out with huge hair and attitude. The outfits were a mix of black, ivory, sea blue, paprika, silver and some charcoal. The looks varied from cocktail dresses to gowns and street wear to office attire with my personal favorite being an ivory sleeveless poet top with an ivory and paprika colorblocked skirt. This collection has everything.
As the night progressed, the first show ended and while the models were changing back stage a harpist came onto the runway and entertained. Moments after the harpist finished her piece french music started to play and the first model walks onto the runway. She was wearing a white duchess satin cocktail dress with chiffon overlay, had swooping hair and dramatic yet elegant make up. Each piece that comes out after that has its own entirely unique look while still fitting in with the french theme. This collection was filled with long flowing gowns and some classy skirts. Even thoughsome had the slight possibility of looking like prom dresses, they were all still elegant and well thought out.
Everyone keep on the lookout because these two Boston designers are definitely going places!
]Last night at The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston a huge crowd of college students lined up outside waiting fora night filled with art and fun. Finally, at 7:20 all the students rushed in, got their free tickets, glow sticks and got lost around this giant museum.
Wandering around I expected to see some great new pieces and maybe a few new exhibits but what I didn’t expect was all of awesome outfits that these students were wearing, and trust me, most of these kids weren’t your typical fashionistas! All styles were there, from goth to prep and everywhere in between, and most were not afraid to go all out.
As I walked up and down the line of people waiting for their free Chipotle chips and salsa and their free Pinkberry frozen yogurt, it didn’t take me long to realize that the youth of Boston knows “where its at” when it comes to fashion. After the Pinkberry and Chipotle the crowd moved either upstairs to do some sketches of the very handsome, half naked live model, hula hoop (and listen to the live dj)over in the new American wing of the Museum or went to check out the awesome, new contemporary art wing that opened up this week!
Needless to say, The MFA did a fantastic job and everyone seemed to be having a great time. So to all of you fashionable college kids out there, get your best, most bizarre outfit ready, The MFA and The Boston Bazaar will be waiting!
This probably goes without saying, but Fashion’s Night Out Boston was a huge success! There was so much energy around Newbury; dance music blared out of the store fronts and stylish individuals poured into the streets to enjoy amazing shopping and adorable cocktails, champagne, and bite-sized hors d’oeuvres. Call me a lush, but there is nothing more liberating than walking around Boston with a glass of champagne in your hand.
Anyways, some of the highlights from the evening include a fashion show in the center of Copley Place, a Photo Booth/ Studio 57 Party at Tiffany’s, a karaoke band in Neiman Marcus, and two live DJ’s for the Techno Fashion Event at Saks Fifth Ave. Hopefully you were able to experience it for yourselves, but if not, feel free to live vicariously through the pictures.
Is this Thursday and while we’re figuring out the last minute plans to get to New York for Fashion Week, we’re definitely going to pay homage to our lovely little city. We’ll get to as many events as possible to finally update Bazaar Eye and share the rest of FNO fun-ness.
Let us first shine light on two events we’re really looking forward to!
Tiffany & Co. Copley will be hosting “Studio 57 at Tiffany & Co.”, a reference to a New York City iconic nightlife venue from the 1970’s, and will feature the launch of the Tiffany Era collection. 6-9pm with DJs spinning inspired songs of the 60s and 70s, models, cuisine, and photo booth!
Head on over to All Saints before Tiffanys for a live performance by Bombay Bicycle Club at 6pm.
We haven’t been as hyper-local as we want to be… we definitely want to be more involved in the Boston scene so “Guilty Pleasure” is our new category of things we find AWESOME with Boston ties. The first to break the ice…Ragnarok – we fell in love.
The Dunkxchange went down this past Saturday at The Fourth Wall Project so, of course, we stopped by and one of the most noteworthy vendors has to be Ragnarok clothing. The MA based line, mostly known for their statement accessories and watches definitely has an array of bright juicy colors that we’re loving this season…
Check them out!
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The Boston Bazaar baby Isabella Louis will be showing their fall 2011 collection tomorrow at Emmanuel College’s EMPULSE Fashion Show. FYI they were asked to create a black collection to represent their scene entitled “Valley of Shadows.” Expect pure awesomeness.