October 15, 2013
Celebrating Erin Fetherston x Cosabella
Last week, Darcy Miller, Editorial Director of Martha Stewart Weddings, hosted a small luncheon to celebrate fashion designer, Erin Fetherston and her new bridal lingerie line with Cosabella. The lunch was held at Willow Road, a trendy and pleasant restaurant in the Chelsea section of Manhattan. As usual, Darcy and her staff did a great job of putting this event together and a wonderful time was had by all!
1 Erin Fetherston (right), graces the current issue of Martha Stewart Weddings with her handsome husband, Gabe Saporta. Erin just launched a line of lingerie with Cosabella. A luncheon was given in her honor at Willow Road, not far from our offices. New York City Ballet dancer Tiler Peck (left) was one of a gang of gorgeous guests.
2 Two lovely beauties - They ate absolutely NOTHING at the luncheon, at least not while I was looking!
3 Darcy Miller, founding editor of Weddings got up to say a few words about the current issue of Weddings with Erin and Gabe on the cover.
4 Erin and Gabe were married last Memorial Day weekend in Barbados.
5 The wedding took place on the lawn of St. Nicholas Abbey, a 350-year-old rum distillery.
6 Here I am with Darcy, Erin, and Erica Domesek of "P.S.—I Made This".
7 Willow Road is a handsome space, a creation of restaurant designer, Chris Kofistas. He used a lot of reclaimed wood from a barn in Pennsylvania.
8 Some of Erin's beautiful dresses from her eponymous line were on display.
9 The Erin Fetherston and Cosabella collection contains a full range of bridal underpinnings including unconstructed and underwire bras, coordinating undies, and baby dolls that are reflective of Fetherston’s feminine and ethereal style.
10 Erin cleverly used vintage suitcases to display the lingerie.
11 I love this filmy fabric of Swiss dots.
12 Sexy red lingerie, too!
13 The fabrics in this collection include European laces, chiffons, satin bows, point d’esprit, and Cosabella’s signature mesh.
14 Erin explained that, "I’ve always adored the notion of the bridal trousseau, and I always thought intimates was a category that my aesthetic would translate well into." Bravo Erin!
15 A giant wall mural adorns the restaurant. It depicts the local Chelsea neighborhood, by the artist, James Gulliver Hancock, who also does illustrations for The New Yorker.
16 For dessert, One Girl Cookies recreated our cake bar from the Fall 2013 Make A Statement story, but in all white. The premise of the story - Instead of one giant traditional cake, serve a cavalcade of little ones. http://www.onegirlcookies.com/
17 The food at Willow Road was so delicious and everyone had such a good time!