StyleSolutions to Your Summer Style Stress


We all know that the summer months are the best of times – glorious weather, outdoor parties, warm evenings…

We’re giving you three dressy looks that show off three stand-out summer trends. Darlings, we’re here to help with wardrobe woes.

1. Statement Stripes: Pair this painterly pink IMNYC Stripe Ruffle Neck Raglan Dress with flat or heeled sandals to take this look from day to evening during a special weekend getaway.

2. All-over Florals: Look better than the bridesmaidsat a summer wedding in the IMNYC Floral Smocked Midi Dress – ALL the sophistication with a bold, floral touch.

3.  Flowy & Feminine: We live for peonies, and the Isaac Mizrahi Live! Exploded Floral Chiffon Ruffle Dress delivers for a night out with someone special.

Get all the Mizrahi magic you’ll need this summer at Hudson’s Bay, Lord & Taylor, and QVC.com.

Look out for Isaac Mizrahi’s exhibit in the Jewish Museum

Any true Isaac fan will not want to miss “Isaac Mizrahi: An Unruly History” – a mid-career survey featuring a selection of Isaac Mizrahi’s most iconic designs and projects which debuts at the Jewish Museum in New York City in March 2016. On display will be a collection of 50 diverse looks, including clothing, hats, jewelry, shoes, accessories, and costumes. Original drawings, performance stills, and exclusive behind-the-scenes photographs will accompany the designs. Additionally, a multi-screen video installation will bring together the best on-film content from Isaac’s past.  Mark your calendars – the exhibit runs through August 2016.

The Jewish Museum

1109 5th Avenue at 92nd St

New York, NY 10128

Ask Isaac:How to Style a Cardigan

Is there any piece of clothing more versatile than a cardigan? Whether you’re wearing it for weekend errands, rooftop drinks, or simply throwing it in your bag in case the air conditioning is on full-blast, we are true believers in the cardigan. Here, we take you through our four favorite ways to wear it. Continue readingAsk Isaac:How to Style a Cardigan”