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VALENTINE’S DAY GIFT GUIDE

Sasha Maks Vintage Valentine's Day Gift Guide

Does your heart skip a beat when you see look-at-me jewelry? Instantly complete your look with covetable, statement gems, and shine this Cupid’s day.
You can never have too many gorgeous vintage baubles! Luckily with  costume jewels you can afford to spoil your loves. And whether you S.O. needs a hint, or your looking for a gift for you mom,  bestie, or treating yourself for Valentine’s Day, scroll down for to see my and Lynn’s of All Gussied Up ultimate picks and get inspired.

XO Sasha

ELEGANT BLACK ENAMEL AND FAUX PEARL NECKLACE 1980s

 

Vintage enamel bypass necklace
This is the “IT’ length of the season! Wear this sleek elegant choker with a plunging neckline, or layer with a shorter rhinestone or pearl necklace.

RHINESTONE PAVÉ PANTHER EARRINGS 1980s

Vintage rhinestone panther earrings
They are tiny and they are fierce. I’m head over heels over the marquise-cut sapphire rhinestones! Show off these studs with a messy, sexy chignon.

LINKED RING BRACELET 1960s

Vintage link bracelet

This playful piece of overlapping rings packs a style punch. Wear this versatile bracelet with a mini color blocked shift, or a boho dress.

 

KENNETH LANE CAMELLIA COCKTAIL RING

Vintage Kenneth Lane Camellia Cocktail ring

It’s gigantic, it’s fabulous, it’s a conversation piece. Designed by Kenneth J.Lane, whose jewelry is still worn by countless celebrities ( in the 60s his clientele included Jackie O, Diana Vreeland, Audrey Hepburn, to mention a few.) Wear with anything and your outfit will be made.

Lynn’s picks:

Whether you’re planning a romantic dinner for two or a night out with the girls, deciding what to wear on Valentine’s Day can be tricky. Thank goodness for beautiful baubles to help take the guesswork out of outfit planning. I love to plan my outfits around my accessories, I find it to be easier in many cases. Here are some jewelry pieces that have inspired some outfit ideas for the day of love:

CINER GOLD-TONE AND RHINESTONE CHEVRON LINK NECKLACE 1980s

Vintage Ciner necklace

The instant I saw this sexy piece, I had a vision: a burgundy, fitted, decollete baring dress and gold heels paired with the Ciner necklace. Choker style necklaces are hot right now, but they are also timeless. I would wear this ensemble out on a romantic evening date.

KENNETH LANE “DIANA VREELAND” CUFF 1990s
Vintage Kenneth Lane "Diana Vreeland" cuffThe jewels in varying hues on this cuff make it so wearable! In my mind, more is more (in a good way), so I’d pair this bold cuff with a pair of faux leather pants, pointy-toe heels, and a sexy top for a night of dancing. You can’t go wrong with a bold outfit, especially on February 14th!

BLACK AND WHITE OP ART EARRINGS 1960s

Vintage Op Art earrings

You can’t go wrong with a pair of black and white earrings because they will go with any color(s). For Valentine’s Day, I’d go with a red sheath dress paired with these gorgeous 1960′s earrings.

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IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE: A VALENTINE’S DAY POP-UP

Valentine's day Pop Up
Get in the Mood For Love with us at a Valentine’s Day Pop-Up!

Find the perfect gift for your loves or treat yourself with one-of-kind vintage statement costume jewels, chic objet for your home, fine perfume and luxe cashmere and more.

We would ❤️ to see you!
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THE CHIC PINK: WINTER PASTELS

Camel coat and pink skirt.
Although it may not be apparent (that’s the word on the street), San Francisco and the Bay Area boast their fair share of fashion talent. Attending a holiday trunk show in December, I had the pleasure of meeting  women’s clothing designer, Kanjana “Cake” Carlos of Kajan Cake.  She was showcasing her Fall/Winter 2016-2017  collection whose straightforward silhouettes where punctuated with dynamic cut-outs with pops of color underneath.

Originally from Thailand, the sweet and sunny, Cake Carlos, is a graduate of FIDM, and  launched her fashion line in 2013.
I was excited to see her latest collection and picked out a few pieces to shoot for my blog from the Spring/Summer 2016 -2107,  you’ll be able to shop it online February 20th. Currently a designer in residence at the Fashion Incubator San Francisco (FiSF), Cake is busy getting ready for New York Fashion week, and excited about a big project she’s going to reveal soon, (I’d love to dish, but was sworn to secrecy! It’s really good.)

 Executed in lush fabrics and vivid colors, the Valiant collection is inspired by a woman’s strength and femininity. I was immediately drawn to a pink, high-waisted flared skirt and silk charmeuse flower print top, the colors serving as instant mood lifter for the seemingly non-stop rainy weather.
A classic camel coat showcases the bright skirt and shirt ensemble.  To toughen up and ground  the delicate pink hue, I chose black, lace-up, peep-toe booties. But the pink does not get to steal the show!  Rather a pair of vintage turquoise square shades complete the picture and inject a happy-go-lucky eccentric note.

Will you give it a go and introduce  pastels into your winter wardrobe? Please share in the comments below and stay tuned for more Kajan Cake on the ootd menu.
XO Sasha

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Camel coat and pink skirt.
Coat: vintage (similar here) / Top: Kajan Cake, contact Kajan Cake, (similar here) / Skirt: Kajan Cake, here (similar here)  / Shoes: Topshop (similar here) / Bag: vintage Celine,  (similar here) / Earrings: vintage Yves Saint Laurent, here / Rings, personal collection /  Sunglasses: vintage, personal collection (similar here)

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MAD FOR MOD: COLOR BLOCK DRESS

Tokyo Gamine color block Mod dress

Tokyo Gamine, a brand new San Francisco fashion label, (see my recent interview with designer Yuka Uehara) is channeling the ’60s in the best way possible with a color block A-line dress with a Peter Pan collar in foam cotton. How clever of her to place the color blocking on the back of the dress! A visual punch that, I think, makes the dress more versatile, and less predictable. Over-the-knee-boots (in an nod to go-go boots) lend a nonchalant ease, and temper the shorter length of the dress.
For jewelry,  I chose the more glam route, with Karl Lagerfeld shoulder dusters in gold tone and Lucite and rhinestone and enamel panther bracelets. How would  you style a Mod look? Please share in the comments.
XO Sasha

Tokyo Gamine color block Mod dress

Tokyo Gamine color block Mod dress
Tokyo Gamine color block Mod dress
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Tokyo Gamine color block Mod dress

Dress: Tokyo Gamine, contact to custom order, here (similar here) / Boots: Stuart Weitzman, here (similar here) / Bag: vintage,  (similar here) / Earrings: Karl Lagerfeld, contact info@sashamaksvintage.com (similar here and here) / Rhinestone Panther Bracelet, Sasha Maks Vintage, here (similar here) / Enamel and Rhinestone Panther Bracelets, stylist’s own (similar here) / Giraffe Enamel Bracelet, Kenneth Lane, contact info@sashamaksvintage.com.

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#WhatIWore: 2015 STYLE RECAP

2015 Style Recap
Happy New Year fashionistas!
It’s time to look back at 2015 and share my fave looks with you.

One of the highlights of the year, came at the very end, a shoot and an interview with Yuka Uehara of Tokyo Gamine, her collection is theatrical, feminine, bold, and a thrill  to wear. It was also a pleasure to collab again with Closet 1951, I’m always assured of finding high-impact pieces there.

And putting this post together allowed me a great overview on which pieces have worked for me the most, and what I need to add to my wardrobe. Besides scoring some choice vintage pieces–a YSL safari jacket (in the most to die for burnt-terracotta), a 3/4 length cream coat, a French 1940s denim jacket in a seafoam green (that I will shoot soon), and a beaded cocktail headband (that works equally well with a couture gown and a maxi summer dress),  my top buys this year came from COS in LA–a white shirt dress, wide leg trousers, and an oversized camel sweater. I’ve said this several times before, and will say it again, COS needs to come to SF!

I was also excited to pick up a pair of babouches in LA, that are shaping up to be the shoe of the year ( thanks Phoebe Philo!) Speaking of shoes, a pair of OTK boots from Stuart Weitzman was one of the best buys of the year. They are beyond versatile, add a sexy edge to any  look, and make a shorter length much more wearable. This only whets my appetite for more styles!

I can’t wait to share more looks with you this year! Let me know which you liked the most from 2015 and share your best ensembles and buys. And stayed tuned for my newsletter coming soon!
XO Sasha

2015 Style Recap
Tokyo Gamine: In Parallel

2015 Style Recap

Skip the Coat, Throw on a Wrap Poncho

2015 Style Recap

Statement Maxi Dress: Coming up Poppies / Caftan Chic with Les Méchantes

2015 Style Recap LWD: Shirtdress + Platform Sneakers

2015 Style Recap
Easy Spring Style: LBD + Denim
/ Spring Gingham Chic

2015 Style Recap

Velvet and  Silk: Boho {Winter} Layers

2015 Style Recap
Valentino Boho Luxe Spring
/ Taking the Plunge: The Little Black Jumpsuit

2015 Style Recap

Maxi Glam: Shop and Give Back with ModaVive

2015 Style Recap
Over-The-Knee Boots + Tunic Dress
/ Vintage in Stripes: Silk Dress + Long Cardi

2015 Style Recap

Fall Style: The Chic Cape and How To Wear It

2015 Style Recap

Elevated Basics: { Tied With A Bow}Simple Luxe + Big Bling

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Dress Over Pants: Winter Layers / 70s Revival: Flares Chic

 Photography by Jennymay Villarete

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TOKYO GAMINE: IN PARALLEL

Tokyo Gamine couture collection

I met, Yuka Uehara, at an intimate presentation of her couture collection at Atelier Emmanuel in San Francisco. Wearing a hand-painted, fit and flare dress made of foam cotton, she struck me as a cross between a manga heroine and a Japanese Anna Karina. Drawn to her vibrancy and openness, I wanted to find out more about how she came to launch her line Tokyo Gamine in 2015. The dresses possess a fairy-tale quality–a very sophisticated, urbane, cinematic fairy-tale. The body is de-emphasized by employing sculptural shapes, color blocking, and volume.

Yuka grew up in Tokyo and was raised by her grandmother, she painted and wrote stories. While she went on to study medicine, Yuka eventually took a job with her father, a film director, that led to designing costumes for film.

An excerpt from the program of Tokyo Gamine’s grand debut of the Parallel collection held in November in San Francisco states, “Fashion is art, art makes us who we are.” I couldn’t agree more!

True to her roots in film, the collection was presented by professional dancers choreographed collaboratively with the designer. Read on for the interview and see a selection of the Parallel collection by visiting Manika Jewelry boutique.
XO Sasha

Tokyo Gamine couture collection

Sasha: Tell me a little bit about your background. How did you choose to be a fashion designer? Where did you go to school?

Yuka:  I did not have any formal training to be a fashion designer. I grew up in a very creative family, and was surrounded by stories, so I think because of that it makes me unique as a designer. I am very interested in the impact and the message of a certain look and design. How they make us feel. For me it is a journey and a growing experience.

Sasha: You have just launched your couture collection, Parallel. Tell me about the collection, the inspiration behind it. You like to use atypical models. Tell me about your approach to casting dancers to present your collection.

Yuka: Couture to me is very personal, and I wanted it to be personal. I wanted the garment to support, inspire and empower the heroine or the individual who is wearing my collection. That is why to tell a story with dancers and actors was very important. I wanted to bring out the individual’s internal power via my fashion. I wanted a chemistry between my piece and the person who is wearing them.

Tokyo Gamine couture collection


Sasha
: How does the design process start for you? What inspires you? Who are you style muses, past and present?

Yuka: To feel inspired, I have to feel happy and excited. It could be taking a trip to Paris and Florence, it could be taking a stroll to the museum, and some days it could simply be something I am doing in the middle of a ballet class. Every day is so different, and I love the fact that I actually have no idea what will inspire me next, how I will feel. I like the unexpected, uncertainties, they challenge your creativity, and allow you to make your version of this world a beautiful place for you.
I love beautiful things, people, and I surround myself with them. It’s not simply a style, it’s their story, their history, things they do, things they don’t do, what makes them happy, what makes them sad, their inner strength and beauty. I love people, and I like to study and observe them. My muses are my friends, who I share deep connections with, who inspire me and give me strength.
Tokyo Gamine couture collection

Sasha: Your father is a film maker, and you’re very familiar with that industry, does that influence your design process? I think I see the influence in your model castings and presenting your collection through movement, story, and dance.

Yuka: Very much so. I think deep down I am an actress who happened to became really aware of how appearance could have a vast impact in our life, and I feel very fortunate to have the ability to create these looks. I grew up seeing a lot of the struggle my father had during his acting career. And I think one of my objectives in my design is I want people who wear my designs to feel happy, bold, and confident in themselves, and feel powerful to say and do things that they always wanted to say and do. And movements are critical because it is our movements that makes us unique, and I want to really emphasize that in my work. We all differ in our movements and what makes the piece unique and personal is who are wearing them. The interaction between the piece and the individual is unique. It really brings my work to life, and nothing truly makes me happier than watching it when it all happens.
Tokyo Gamine couture collection

Sasha: How old where you when you first became aware of fashion and style? What is your first memory of fashion?

Yuka: When I was 21. I remember, I just left my fellowship at  National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. I was a complete mess, t-shirts and jeans. I came to a realization that a career in science is not I wanted to do at the time. So came back to Tokyo, met up with my father. We were having dinner and suddenly, my father said to me, we need to do something about the way you dress. Lol. I think that was the first time I became aware of fashion.
Tokyo Gamine couture collection

Sasha: Who do you see wearing your collection? Who is the Tokyo Gamine woman?

Yuka: I see someone who wants to make a statement about who they are. Tokyo Gamine woman is strong and bold, but who is also feminine at the same time. It is a balance of strength and vulnerability, which I find most attractive in a human being.

Sasha: You’re a self described gamine. What are you essential wardrobe and accessories pieces?

Yuka: I dress very simply. I love effortless chic. My essential wardrobe pieces  are a one-piece, colorful tights, a comfortable flat or oxford. Perhaps a statement purse or handbag, and sunglasses. I like anything that takes me less than five minutes to get ready.

Tokyo Gamine couture collection

Sasha: Which current and past designers inform your work? Who do you admire in the world of fashion now?

Yuka: In the past I liked Givenchy, Valentino, Comme des Garçons, Dolce & Gabbana. I think what I wear probably has some impact in the way I create my work. Currently, I am not sure. I am at a point in my creativity and growth, that I try to put myself in a different category. I don’t know where it will lead me yet, but I hope it will eventually lead me to where I want to be.

Sasha: I’m excited to hear what’s next for you? Where do you see your brand a year from now, five years from now?

Yuka: World domination. (haha I am not kidding :P ). I see it evolving more and more into a lifestyle brand.

 Photography by Jennymay Villarete

Yuka: Earrings, Sasha Maks Vintage, Trifari, here / Bracelet, Sasha Maks Vintage, here
Sasha: Earrings, Sasha Maks Vintage, Karl Lagerfeld, here /  Rhinestone ring, Sasha Maks Vintage, here / Atom cocktail ring,  contact info@sashamaksvintage.com

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HAPPY HOLIDAYS

HAPPY HOLIDAYSWishing all my friends, readers, and clients Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year!

I’m grateful to be able to do what I love and this is only possible with your support. My journey in vintage continuous, and I hope it will last for many years more. I love finding exceptional vintage creations and sharing them with you!

The upcoming year will bring some wonderful changes, I will be re-branding and bringing together Sasha Maks Vintage and Styled by Sasha Maks under one name – Sasha Maks.
Stay tuned for a newsletter as well that will keep you up to date on new arrivals, blog posts, events, personal styling services, and of course sales and promotions.

Cheers to a fabulous 2016!
xo Sasha

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SKIP THE COAT, THROWN ON A WRAP PONCHO

wrap poncho

On a recent trip to LA , I could not skip a visit to COS, I find it an essential resource for picking up sophisticated wardrobe basics. The drawstring camel sweater was a must, I knew chilly weather was coming soon! Although it was hard to believe, since SF weather in November was still pretty mild. I bought it a size bigger, I think the slouchier the better. The wrap poncho is ideal for throwing on over an oversized top or layers. A vintage wrap poncho in Aztec print is event better! To keep proportions balanced, I chose skinny patch jeans. Recently purchased peep-toe wedge lace ups from Topshop elongate the leg and show a little skin. Granted this was shot before this week’s torrential rains. To keep warm and dry, I’d choose slim OTK boots like these from Stuart Weitzman.  As you have probably noticed, in my opinion bigger is always better, when it comes to jewelry. I layered a current fave, a glass white and black cabochon link bracelet, with a wide link textured chunky chain.
Have you been tempted by the poncho/blanket/wrap trend?
Share you fave ways to wear it in the comments.
XO Sasha

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 Photography by Jennymay Villarete

Wrap poncho, vintage (similar here) / Jeans, Zara, (similar here) / Sweater, Cos, here (similar here), Shoes, Topshop, here (similar here) / Black and white cabochon bracelet, personal collection / Chunky chain gold-tone bracelet, Sasha Maks Vintage, here.

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HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE: OVER-THE-TOP BAUBLES

The holidays are a time to spoil your loved ones, and to splurge on that special something you’ve been eyeing all year! What’s better then an over-the-top bauble or two to impress with? I may be biased, but I think I just may be on to something!

Whether you’re a minimalist who goes for streamlined and sleek lines, prefer  glam jewel tone encrusted bijoux, or find pieces with an heirloom vibe irresistible, There’s costume jewelry for every fashion type and mood! See my picks below and read on for what my most fashion savvy bloggerinas Priya of Pri Fixe and Lynn of All Gussied Up  chose their fave pieces. Read on for their picks below and make sure to visit their blogs for more fashion tips!

XO Sasha

SILVER-TONE WIDE BRAIDED WIDE COLLAR NECKLACE 1960s, $255

Silver-Tone Braided NecklaceThis plaited herringbone chain necklace from Italy is the epitome of bohemian chic. Wear with fringed kaftan for an effortless mood.

CAMEO GLAM DROP EARRINGS 1940s, $165

Glass Cameo EarringsBlack glass cameos and rhinestones drop earrings set the mood for a romantic holiday soirée. Sweep your hair up, and wear with a high neck Victorian-inspired lace mini dress.

TEARDROP SPRAY CHOKER NECKLACE 1950s, $225

Spray Choker Necklace

An artisanal design that will speak to the girl with an appreciation for hand-crafted design. Wear with a plunging neckline jumpsuit for a sleek and daring night-out ensemble.

Priya’s Picks:

When the holiday season approaches each year, I get most excited about how to dress and doll up for the season (that and presents, of course!). The holidays are a perfect time to shine, sparkle and dazzle for the office holiday party, girls night out or date night. It’s the one time of year, you can have that much more reason to shine — so I always look forward to accentuating my holiday looks with a little extra icing on the cake.
This year, I am all about the bold black and red (keeping it seasonal and festive of course), and pairing it beautifully with the right pieces. There is a certain elegance with keeping the color bold and the jewelry even bolder.

FAUX PEARL AND RHINESTONE HIGH COLLAR NECKLACE 1980s, $285

Faux Peal and Rhiinestone Necklace

What better way to make heads turn than this dramatic, high neck collar necklace. Try pairing this with an off-the-shoulder black, slouchy sweater for an instant, elegant look. Simple yet promisingly stunning with total ease. The pearls and rhinestones will offset a solid color perfectly, without trying too hard.

STATEMENT ROPE LINK BRACELET 1980s, $165

Rope Link Bracelet

A girl should be two things, classy and fabulous. And she can do it in this striking, statement rope link bracelet paired with a cocktail dress. Add the spice your outfit needs when heading to your holiday cocktail party. This piece is feminine and flirty making you festive through the new year!

GOLD-TONE STAR DROP EARRINGS 1980s, $115

Star Drop Earrings

Gold-Tone Star Star Drop Earrings 1980s

Shine like the star you are in these gold-tone star drop earrings. A beautiful addition to complete a festive look will make just about anyone swoon. Pair these with a jumpsuit or long dress and be the dazzling star of the night. You may even give the Christmas tree some competition.

Lynn’s Picks:

There’s nothing quite like the gift of vintage jewelry – these baubles are unique and timeless. Jewelry is almost certainly always at the top of every woman’s “wish list” when it comes to the holidays, I know it is year after year for me! This year, I’m all about bold pieces that make a statement on their own.

SLEEK LEOPARd BYPASS BRACELET 1960s, $225

 

Leopard Bypass Bracelet

What says luxury more than emeralds, elegant leopards, and a cuff bracelet all rolled into one? Absolutely nothing. I would wear this bracelet to add a big dose of glam to any outfit, casual or fancy.

FAUX PEARL FLAPPER NECKLACE 1960s, $285

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Pearls have an effortless elegance, and instantly glam up any look. I love the delicate strands that feature the {faux} pearls on this necklace as well as the intricate beading. I would wear this vintage confection with a pair of boyfriend jeans, a tee, and a blazer for a casual-glam look.

RHINESTONE FLOWER MOTIF RING 1950s, $145

Rhinestone Flower Ring

I love the intricate details on this ring. I’d add it as a regal touch to a cocktail look.

 

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VELVET AND SILK: BOHO {WINTER} LAYERS

 Fancy fabrics and tactile textures come together in this boho look. A knit stole/vest, over a velvet top is punctuated by silk charmeuse culottes and woven leather boots. I was always a big fan of culottes. And I love seeing them become such big trend! When I found these with a floral motif border, I had a myriad of looks playing in my head. They can go from season to season and day to night effortlessly. Luxe fabrics like velvet and silk don’t have to be saved for the holiday parties only. When tempered with woven leather and knits sumptous fabrics play nicely together for day. And don’t neglect your accessories game!  Extend the mix of textures by layering wooden bangles with a gold-tone gem stone encrusted bracelet and an enamel giraffe bracelet. Finish off with statement drop earrings of Lucite cabochons set in a foliate motif frame that echoes the culottes’ design.
Do you love luxurious fabrics? How would you rock these gorgeous textures?
XO Sasha

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 Photography by Jennymay Villarete

Stole/Vest, vintage (similar here and here) / Turtleneck, Three Dots, here (similar here) / Top, PJK (similar here), Culottes, vintage, (similar here) / Boots, Corso Como, (similar here) / Earrings, vintage Karl Lagerfeld, here / Pair Wood Bracelets, here / Giraffe bracelet, Kenneth Lane, contact infor@sashamaksvintage.com / Caboshon rhinestone gold-tone bracelet, here / Rings, personal collection.

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