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If you've ever ogled the pages of
A Place In the Sun
, many synapses simultaneously fire in your brain. First, you're seethingly jealous of all Mr. Aaron's achingly chic subjects. Second, you want to plot a rendezvous somewhere OTT like Sardinia or Mustique, stat. Third, you'd like a new glam wardrobe for the aforementioned escape artistry. Well, guess what? Today could be your lucky day to bask in some ritzy, swag-filled rays á la those pages...
Two of our beloved designers are teaming up to bestow a look upon you that could be worthy of its own iconic portrait someday! Resort wonder-ware line Suboo had Slim's pics in mind when drumming up spring '13. And the result is right on the money with the luxe L.A. girl — saturated hues (think mint gelato with a splash of lemon) in flowy silhouettes, a few borderline-scandalous-yet-still-classy bustiers, and killer caftans for kicking it on any beach. And, we all know you wouldn't be channeling C.Z. Guest or Tina Onassis properly without adding a few opulent gems to your waterfront ensemble. That's why Suboo's picture-perfect complement is Gemma Redux, the bold fantasy-land bauble brand — and they regularly tag team the runways together.
We know what you're thinking: Get to the part where we score the free shizz! Okay, so all you have to do is email your most fit-for-a-queen (read fab-u-lous) vacation photos to Sarah.St.Lifer@refinery29.com with the subject line GIVEAWAY. Please include your top picks for a piece of both the bling and the frocks featured in the following slideshow, and we'll choose a winner on Christmas Day (how's that for a holiday pressie?). Now, all that's left to do is pack your bag and book it to Biarritz! Au revoir!
Photos: Courtesy of Post + Beam
Milan has never been as high on your must-visit list than now, with its Fashion Week becoming one of the most innovative destinations for indie brands, and its upcoming World Expo in 2015 (from May 1st to October 31st, if you're planning ahead!). The vintage palaces are getting spruced up, the bistros are getting a modern read
We have a million and one ways to tell time these days — our phones, cable boxes, microwaves, and computer screens, to name a few. So, you’d think something as archaic as a wristwatch (with hour and minute hands you actually need to read) would be near-obsolete by now. But, according to Instagram, the exact opposite is read