Ooh, my favorite!

Naeem Khan Spring ’13
September 27, 2012, 11:19 am
Filed under: Fashion, Home


Years ago I came across the bedroom (and more importantly the duvet) of designer Naeem Khan and it ever since I’ve been a loyal fan and follower of his work. It often seems the homes of designers are overly done, but so much of the reason I loved this room was because, even styled, it looks livable. Simple yet some really elegant pieces with the oversized bedspread and the mirrored headboard with the cosmos light fixture reflecting in it.

His showing at NYFW a few weeks ago reminded me of how much I loved his room, but also how he can make a mean dress. See the whole collection here.

(PS Did anyone else find coverage of the shows to be just beyond ridiculous? Even in my small circle of daily reads and blog feeds I was completely overwhelmed and kind of put off by the whole thing.)




[images via pinterest & Style.com]

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I love both Khans — Naeem makes amazing clothes and picks the coolest textiles and Ranjana’s jewels are so colorful and fun. Naeem’s F’12 collection is truly stunning, in my opinion at least. I love how it fuses all these worldly elements into elegant and sophisticated creations while maintaining clean lines. It’s also cool that 90% of the collection is just black and white. Why can’t he do a Target collaboration?? :)

Comment by The GSB

The ’12 collection is gorgeous! Can you imagine actually owning a piece and having an occasion to wear it to?
I hadn’t known about Ranjana Khan before, it’s lovely! Thank you for the heads up.

Comment by Natira

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