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A great blazer is worth a splurge, and this season we’re coveting these expertly tailored styles from Smythe. Look sharp in their equestrian-inspired options (how chic are those red elbow patches?) or tuxedo-inspired jackets. Shop the collection at Shopbop.
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Leather everything is in for fall, and we’re loving these leather accessories from Tzunuum that mix tribal and mythical influences with a modern aesthetic. UK-based Designer Raphaela Cornut creates pieces for women to wear as “queen of their own universe.” 

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This luxe hippie-chic headband from Eddera is perfect for pairing with your floral maxi dress for all those end of summer parties. Made with 14K gold, it’s definitely a glam take on a laid back style. Celebs like Victoria Beckham and Sarah Jessica Parker love their Eddera hair accessories, by LA-based French designer Camille Eddera.

Little Branch Headband, $160 at eddera.com


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Found Object
’s tote bags are repurposed from traditional Indian saris and handstitched in Kantha style. The result is a collection of modernized totes featuring global-inspired prints that you can take everywhere from the airport to work or school. See the full collection at foundobject.co.found-object-totes-thumb.jpg
The inspiration behind a collection is one of the most interesting aspects of fashion. So when we recently chatted with up-and-coming NYC jewelry designer Sarah Richey we made sure we learned all about the inspiration behind her line, Ethereal. Richey describes herself as “an artist and storyteller intricately weaving nature’s elegance into wearable statement pieces.” And you can certainly see the influence of nature in her handmade, one-of-a-kind pieces. To get inspired, Richey often heads to the Museum of Natural History, spends time in the park, or visits her family’s farm in Tennessee. It was as a child growing up on said farm that her father showed her how to collect antler tips shed by deer, which she still uses in her pieces today. While browsing the collection you might spot a shark tooth gathered from the beach near her grandparents’ home, the mold of a coral branch, or a branch twig from Central Park. 

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