all a wardrobe needs that is already filled with denim, stripes, military jackets, white jeans, safari shirts, white tees, and chambray is a few caftans, a couple embroidered tunics, and several peasant tops- all you need is Irving & Fine.

lisa fine and carolina irving’s clothing collection, irving and fine, is one of the coolest things around, actually they are the coolest ladies around. I’m not kidding when i say that they’re all favorites! i’m in love with irving and fine!

because there really isn’t anything more chic than an embroidered peasant top worn under a military jacket, or an embellished caftan with jeans, or a few of my favorite things like white jeans and stripes, worn with an irving and fine klutch coat–  trust me, there really isn’t anything more chic than irving and fine!

enjoy a sneak preview of the new irving and fine spring 2013 collection inspired by the late maharani of jaipur, indian miniature portraits and costumes. also, irving and fine just launched a new collection for lucky brand jeans– for those of you who know me really well you know why i think this is so cool! even cooler is the collection is inspired by jane birkin, one of my favorite women and style icon!

if you’ve been reading the blog this week you know that both lisa and carolina have textile collections that i love, the only thing i love more is when they come together with irving and fine- a friday favorite!

p.s. wondering what to wear to “midnight in marrakech”- irving and fine!

Lisa Fine

Carolina Irving


Irving and Fine Spring 2013 Collection and Inspiration

Palestinian embroidery

Raj Caftan in Saffron and Gold

Maharani of Jaipur, Rambagh Palace

Kutch Coast

Maharaja Suraj Mal with a Hawknurpur

Raj Caftan

India- Tim Walker

Lucknow Tunic

Tree of Life Window, Siddi Saiyad Masjid, Gujurat


Irving and Fine Spring 2013 Collection for Lucky Brand Jeans

Jane Birkin

Embroidered peasant top


Jane Birkin

Charlie Capri

Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin in Cannes

Scarf Top



Jane Birkin


Cecil Beaton- The Twins


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