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Summer Style Review

Be on trend and in the know with this season’s most noteworthy fashion happenings

1. Ferragamo L’Icona
Few shoes are as timeless as the Ferragamo Vara, and to celebrate the pump’s 35th anniversary, the brand tapped photographer Claiborne Swanson Frank to capture modern-day style stars, including Miroslava Duma, Lauren Santo Domingo and Camilla Belle, wearing their favorite pairs. This also marks the first time the Vara can be customized in a variety of bold colors and printed fabrics.

2. Mawi x Bruno Magli
Embellishment takes center stage with Mawi jewelry and Bruno Magli’s new collection of pumps and accessories. In rich hues and bedecked with costume gems, the shoes aren’t the only offering from this brilliant partnership—the line also includes bags, earrings, bracelets and necklaces.

3. Louis Vuitton Travel Books
Louis Vuitton’s brand-new travel books are perfect for your carry-on or your coffee table. The luxury house commissioned contemporary artists Jean-Philippe Delhomme, Daniel Arsham, Natsko Seki and Chéri Samba to interpret their journeys through London, Paris, New York and Easter Island. The project will continue next year with new destinations and artists.

4. Crippen
Susie Crippen brings cool to eco-fashion with the debut of her easy-to-wear eponymous collection. The co-founder of J Brand introduces tunics, caftans and a suit made from sustainable fabrics. They’re sure to be hits whether worn with Birkenstocks or a sleek pair of stilettos.

5. Impressions Dior
Dior fans should immediately head to Granville, France, for a medium-crossing new exhibition at the Musée Christian Dior. Paintings by impressionist masters Monet, Renoir and Degas are paired with designs by Monsieur Dior and a few of his successors, like Raf Simons and Yves Saint Laurent. Open through September 22, the show explores how nature, light and movement influenced the work of these creative geniuses.

6. Angela Cummings for Assael
Celebrated jewelry designer Angela Cummings returns after a bit of a break to create a new collection with Assael. The pieces contain Assael’s famous Tahitian black pearls and South Sea white pearls, which are set against gold and diamond seahorse and coral motifs.