One of my favorite things about entrepreneurship is being able to build new ideas into my business that are based on our customers. That’s exactly how PDV Beauté was born!
It’s an exciting day at Plan de Ville! Today we are introducing the Marché Tote, the first piece from PDV Privé: our new collaborative private label dedicated to spotlighting emerging designers.
Step inside a day with me in market at my favorite place to discover designers – a trade show. Read more about my partnership with Edit and Coterie here.
I was so honored and excited when the team at Edit, now a part of Coterie, asked me to be the Creative Director for their FW18 show’s look book. Here are some of my favorite images from our collaboration!
VIDEO: Happy 2018, you! It’s January and that means it’s time for new resolutions, commitments to making the new year even better than your last, and for discovering new women who inspire us all. I am so honored to have had the chance to sit down with fashion designer Julianna Bass, an inspiring and artful designer
In 2017, we introduced our first private label product, Plan de Ville’s debut Exclusive Fragrance! I have always wondered what it would mean for Plan de Ville to expand into our own private label, and this past spring we had an amazing opportunity to develop our own custom fragrance via a beautiful candle.Creating our first product
Outfit Post: This Brandon Maxwell jumpsuit was love at first sight.
VIDEO: It is such an honor to be able to connect with inspiring, intelligent, highly-motivated women in my professional life. I was so impressed by Elisabeth Jones-Hennessy’s career story, first as a beauty buyer at Bergdorf Goodman and Saks Fifth Avenue, and later as the Chief Executive Officer of By Killian, a luxury fragrance brand that she
Every season on Plan de Ville we introduce a few new designers who have created beautiful and unique pieces that I believe will resonate with women. This season we’ve debuted a beautiful edit of pieces by Julianna Bass. Here are a few of those pieces, as photographed by Lydia Hudgens in New York City.