Take a little walk with me here through the gorgeous David Webb studio on Madison Avenue between 74th and 75th street, famous for dramatic gold necklaces and beautifully carved enamel animal bracelets. I’m so excited to reveal my shoot for the David Webb Motif collection, made up of geometric shapes of diamonds, complete with a classic black and white enamel color palette. I love how this collection is meant to be layered and lived in. It feels fresh every time. Today’s Motif feels just as relevant and new as it did during in the 1970’s, when it was first created. Diamonds on the daily are my new thing. Either styled with a blazer and tee or with my most luxurious fur coat. Here are a few outtakes from our spread for Page Six! I wanted to give you a little insider’s look at the gorgeous, clean space with eclectic bespoke furniture and accents, right above the David Webb boutique. Believe it or not, the jewelry is handmade and designed in this same space, on the same floor, right here in NYC. The brand’s archives are also just a few steps away in the building, revealing decadent and iconic pieces worn by Jackie Kennedy and Elizabeth Taylor. This jewelry house is truly one-of-a-kind.
See the entire shoot now on PAGE SIX.
The shape of this Ellery dress is like a work of art. An exaggerated waistline, beautiful puffy sleeve, and flouncy skirt. I’m in love with this feminine, corset-like cut. It creates a delicate, beautiful shape of the female body, just seeing it hanging on a hanger. I’ve never seen anything like it! Here I am taking it for a walk in Notting Hill, London. The only way to survive the breezy London air, is to always pair your dress over a pair of trousers. Key to traveling abroad come December? Layer, layer, layer and experiment. Voila. Another epic work week in London accomplished, with a whole lot of killer looks to go with it. You may be wondering where in the world I am now, but I’m completely de-layered for a month back home in sunny Los Angeles. I’ve been in town for a new campaign, and of course shooting and editing loads that will go live before the New Year. Team Suarez has either been stuck in the studio or tied up in Lightroom wrapping up some last-minute holiday projects. It’s almost, ALMOST time for me to unplug for one summer-y Christmas in LA. Until then, this girl is in the zone.
I’m so honored to be inside ELLE China‘s new SuperELLE Winter 2017 issue, shot by the incredible Zexi Qi, and written by Emily Yao. Talk about a DREAM TEAM. Pink couch? Check. Fair isle sweater? Check. I snuggled up for my closeup in this adorable store in the Lower East Side: Coming Soon Furniture. A perfect location for me…a quirky mix of fashion, home, and lifestyle. This fall, I’m all about nubby, festive knits and exaggerated fits like the cropped jacket and flared sleeve. I absolutely love ELLE China’s eclectic approach to fashion. Chic, vibrant, and always fun. There’s a realness in every single image. This SuperELLE issue celebrates a diverse group of fashion’s coolest upcoming talent around the globe. It’s time you get your hands on an issue! SUPER, indeed.