Fashion I.Q. - October 2011

By Heather Dunhill October 1, 2011


Number of people who can fit at Pomona’s new “kitchen table” in a private room and enjoy a special tasting menu.




Kathleen Weiner

Kathleen Weiner looked easy breezy at our Charity Register event in this Brooks Brothers lightweight jean shirtdress, chocolate leather Prada belt and gold Tory Burch sandals—effortless end-of-summer chic.




Eduardo Anaya

Inspired by Marc Jacobs’ personal look, Eduardo Anaya pulled off this very hip charcoal skirt with a reflective Diesel tee, scarf and Chelsea boots at a private party. Stylishly surefooted, and I like that he’s made his own style rules.




Paul Smith skull cufflinks

Guys, a great way to change up your classic tux: these Paul Smith skull cufflinks., $185.




Allyson Laurey Business Card

Season is here--have you updated your calling card? Ask Eileen Wallace at Write On about Vera Wang’s latest cards printed on lush, thick stock. I like this pewter-colored paper engraved with saffron ink.




Chanel metallic nail polish

This Chanel metallic nail polish in Peridot is getting buzz from trend setters. It’s ochre duo chrome reads golden with a rich pistachio undertone. Saks Fifth Avenue, $25




Don Harris Socks

Making a handsome showing at the Ringling Museum’s Beyond Bling exhibit were Michèle Des Verney Redwine and Don Harris. Eye-popping celadon wrap on Michèle, and I admire a man who didn’t quit his outfit at the socks—Don’s are quite snazzy!

At Bistro du Monde on the North Trail, the full-bodied house coffee is stronger than the latte I ordered. The beans are roasted by a local source on the same morning they’re shipped. All that for a whopping $1.50!

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