To celebrate the launch of the BHS Illustrator Tee, we asked three of our most fashionable friends to style it up their way.
Martha Graeff, @marthagraeff
When it comes to her Bal Harbour Shops look, Martha Graeff beelines to Neiman Marcus. “My personal style is eclectic and I love a feminine touch,” says Graeff, “which is why Neiman’s variety of beautiful and colorful items speak to my personality.” Veering toward brands like Veronica Beard, The Attico, Bottega Veneta and Givenchy, she turned to the latter to top her BHS Illustrator Tee. “In my opinion, graphic tees look best when styled with a blazer.”
Angie Landaburu Eurnekian, @angelitalc
“My personal style is super classic and feminine,” says Angie Landaburu Eurnekian. “I love to play around with different styles, but Zimmermann has been one of my favorite brands for years.” Here, Angie embraces the brand’s penchant for pastels, which aligns with artist Amalia Restrepo’s Illustrator Tee. “I wanted to play up the amazing colors found in the Illustrator Tees… blues, pinks, purples and bright citrus colors—there were so many colors to play into!”
Jen Ceballos, @endlesslyloveclub
When you describe your personal style as “timeless with a twist,” there’s one place Jen Ceballos heads to first: The Webster. “They have the best pieces from some of my favorite designers,” says Jen. “I love that I can find things there that I can’t find anywhere else!” To wit, she styled her Illustrator Tee, with The Row leggings “because they were so comfortable and chic. Then, I layered the coolest Givenchy blazer, which added some structure to the comfiness of the tee and leggings.”