Black Tie

I’ve been gravitating toward black and white lately. It’s super classic and I love how the simplicity of color leaves room for creativity with silhouettes and textures. The combination of lace, taffeta, & beading gives this dress a very feminine overtone. I wore it to a couple of events in NYC, including one on the Upper East Side, which is where these photos were taken. Just outside of one of my favorite stores on Madison Avenue, Ralph Lauren. And just down a few blocks from the best little snacks in the city at Laduree. Which were most surely munched on with my roomie Adriana on an iconic little stoop just after we took these pictures.

Photos by Adriana.

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