Week 10: a LBD at Tiffany’s and The Front Row

It’s Week 10 of the BusiChic Little Black Dress (LBD) Project where  I’m wearing one Little Black Dress (LBD) to work, once a week for the whole year to show you 52 different ways of styling a black dress for the workplace! In this installment, I re-style a piece from Georgia McCorkill’s The Front Row initiative and pop in for Breakfast at Tiffany’s!

LMFF National Designer Award Announcement at Tiffany & Co

This prestigious award is valued at $75,000 and includes a cash prize PLUS business mentorship from KPMG, a pop-up shop at Westfields and a trophy custom-made by Tiffany & Co. This year as in previous years, the finalists were extremely strong and included: Lui Hon, Magdalena Velevska, above. , Michael Lo Sordo and Christopher Esber. An impressive line up such that as The Vine editor, @AlyxG tweeted, this year it could’ve been anyone’s.

Have a look at the ensembles which are on display at the Tiffany & Co store at the New York end of Collins Street for the duration of LMFF.

L-R Lui Hon, Magdalena Velvska, above, Michael Lo Sordo, Christopher Esber

Magdalena Velevska

Michael Lo Sordo

 

The winner of the National Designer Award valued at $75,000 ~ Christopher Esber

Following me on Instagram? The images I shared from the National Designer Award Announcement hosted at Tiffany & Co.

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Week 10: I've refashioned my Front Row piece by Georgia McCorkill into a Carrie-Bradshaw-inspired corsage for breakfast at Tiffany's!

 

The Front Row
After Tiffany’s I paid a visit to Georgia McCorkill to show her how I’d styled her Front Row piece with my Bento frock.

 

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 And that wraps up this LMFF edition of the BusiChic LBD Project!

Want to know more about the project? Then read this introductory piece. Otherwise I look forward to hearing what you think about this post, breakfast at Tiffany’s and our design talent waiting for you at Tiffany’s to check them out!

Comments

  1. Nicely done! I think it was a great decision to go with designing an accessory for the dress. You could do a ‘x number of ways to wear a silk piece’ 😉

  2. I love the way you’ve restyled that gorgeous silk accessory as a corsage! 🙂

    Nice photos from the event too 🙂

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