Earlier this week at the Madison Avenue Bally boutique, a grand time was had by Big Apple chic-sters who love this Swiss fashion powerhouse for its luxurious accessories, butter-soft leathers and classic designs. The occasion was a showing of the Bally spring collection. The night was also for a grand cause, as Bally partnered with bone marrow donor center, DKMS, for the event. A part of sales proceeds went to DKMS. We couldn’t think of a better reason to show you a few of Bally’s beautiful new looks.
Bally is the place to to go for soft pastels in fabrics that spell luxury all over. These models pair dresses that are like cream mints in lemon, sherbet and emerald. The distinctive Bally look also pairs well with the fine linen craftsmanship of a Stuart Weitzman shoe. This is the Stuart Weitzman Lille Wedge.
For the megawoman who is not shy around flashbulbs, publicists and private jets, the Chloé gladiator sandal can be safely worn with this coat from the Bally collection. The coat design, with its dress-like swing and zipper stylishly placed to the side, signal top of the line Bally. Our vote for shoes goes to the Chloé CH16092 Gladiator Sandal Tan Suede, with cork heel.
Brittany Espy of Bally (left) is photographed with Leah Karp, accessories director at InStyle. The Kate Spade shoe idea is to provide versatile simplicity to easily complement after-7 black dresses or day ensembles. This Kate Spade Copa Wedge Black Suede is a fine example.