Fashion from the New Issue: Spring’s Sexy, Streamlined Chic!

Dress, $1,895, by Et Ochs at Tootsies; earrings, $6,500, bracelet, $5,850, and ring, $1,500, all by Zadok Collection at Zadok Jewelers.

CALL IT STREAMLINED chic. This spring, the hot looks are streetwise, skintight and color correct.


Dress, $850, by Alia, and shirt, $750, by Marion Park, both at Tootsies.

Top, skirt and coat, all by Gucci.

Dress and bracelets, all by Chanel; shoes, $1,390, by Tom Ford at Neiman Marcus.

Jacket, $3,090, and pants, $1,240, by Alexander McQueen at Saks Fifth Avenue; shoes, $845, by Christian Louboutin at Neiman Marcus; earrings, $1,550, necklace, $9,800, ring, $3,900, cuff, $10,300, bracelet, $4,700, all by Roberto Coin at Zadok Jewelers.

Top and skirt, both by MICHAEL Michael Kors; tennis necklace, $4,965, ring, $8,280, bangles, from $2,970, and black-diamond earrings, $7,260, all by Zadok Collection, and necklaces, from $2,970, by Sethi Couture, all at Zadok Jewelers.

Top, $1,150, and skirt, $1,695, by Balmain at Saks Fifth Avenue; chain ring, $1,999, earrings, $5,500, and bracelet, $9,900, all by Roberto Coin, and pink sapphire ring, $2,645, by A & Furst, all at Zadok Jewelers.

Dress, $2,550, by Balmain at Saks Fifth Avenue.

Photography by Jhane Hoang

Styling by Todd Ramos

Art direction by Patrick Magee

Hair and makeup by Theresa Coppock

Model Sunni Summers for Wallflower Management

Shot on location at The Westcott at Memorial Park

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