“All We Need Is LOVE!”

Christian Louboutin “Dandylove” velvet smoking slipper with bold patent ‘Love’ applique, $945. More info/purchase

With all the ongoing violence and conflict in the world, and so much vitriol and hate being spewed as of late, you could hardly refer to this as ‘The Summer of Love’.  Ironically, this marked the 50th anniversary of ‘The Summer of Love’, a time when a small part of the baby boomer generation converged on San Francisco’s Haight- Ashbury district in an attempt to change the world.

To keep the feeling alive, and because we need love more than ever, I thought I’d do a roundup of special love themed items in the market:

Hands down my favorite, are Christian Louboutin’s Dandylove velvet smoking slippers emblazoned with the word ‘LOVE’. They are available (for both women and men), in black or red velvet appliqued with LOVE in patent leather (pictured above), or in black velvet with crystal-embellished LOVE lettering, $1095. More info/purchase

Love Moschino’s Love printed cotton pleated dress, $329. More info/purchase

90’s Versace Jeans Couture top and skirt inspired by Robert Indiana’s iconic pop art LOVE sculpture, $395. More info/purchase

Set of three framed YSL LOVE posters, 1971, 1974, 1977, $73.10. More info/purchase

1970’s Robert Indiana LOVE ring, $350. More info/purchase/

Only You 18K gold rose gold and diamond “Love Ring”, $4,867.55. More info/purchase

Georgina Goodman crystal studded LOVE black suede sandals, $995. More info/purchase

Life with Words Love ring in 14K gold, $262.89. More info/purchase

18K rose gold and diamond Love Necklace, $4624.17. More info/purchase

Vintage Moschino Cheap & Chic 42 Burgundy wool patchwork Peace, Love Crest Vest, $313. More info/purchase

Chanel LOVE, a contemporary black, red, grey, and white embroidered on luxury design box by Artist Stephen Wilson, $1500  More info/purchase

Make Love Not War, mixed media art by street artist Flore, $5000. More info/purchase

Rubem Robierb Love Changes Everything sculpture, 2017, which explores the fragility of life by contrasting the innocence and beauty with symbols of violence $9100. More info/purchase

Marilyn Kirschner

I am a long time fashion editor with 40+ years of experience. As senior market of Harper's Bazaar for 21 years I met and worked with every major fashion designer in the world and covered all of the collections in Paris, London, Milan and New York. I was responsible for overall content, finding and pulling in the best clothes out there, and for formulating ideas and stories.

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