Main Line Style Watch: August 2018
From Gingy’s Parker Pullover to Paula Hian’s 1980s Fall/Winter collection, here’s what’s trending.
Our August Must Haves
Cult favorite Kendra Scott recently launched her home collection, and the designer’s aromatic candles have quickly become a fan favorite. Try the Rose Quartz, a whimsical bouquet of wild peonies and rose petals mixed with hints of vanilla and raspberry. $65.
8 Coulter Ave., Ardmore, (610) 726-1838, www.kendrascott.com.
Bonfires on the beach call for a lightweight layer like the Parker Pullover. Available at Gingy’s, it’s perfect for cooler nights. Sales from this vividly patterned piece benefit Exton-based nonprofit Home of the Sparrow. $138.
2 E. King St., Malvern, (610) 644-0200, gingys.com.
Nationally known for her preppy statement earrings, local accessories guru Lisi Lerch is adding a line of handbags. After a recent acquisition of Bosom Buddy Bags, Lerch has big plans for the already well-established brand. Expect the return of Lerch’s signature derby hats—the accessory that started it all.
Designers are looking ahead to fall—and some as far as winter. That includes internationally acclaimed women’s knitwear designer Paula Hian, who has successfully launched a 1980s runway- inspired Fall/Winter 2018 collection at her flagship location in King of Prussia. The designer, who works in conjunction with the same factory as fashion icons Chanel and Hermes, celebrates her love for architecture and her sharp eye for exceptional textiles through a collection that reveals engineered geometric patterns of tweed, raffia and milano. The line is true glam, with pin-tucked shoulders, longer hemlines, dramatic pleating, and daring stripes in unexpected textures.
160 N. Gulph Road, King of Prussia, paulahian.com.