Toast meets Turbeville

I may not buy their clothes but Toast is a label I am totally visually seduced by. From their stores to their catalogues, everything is meticulously art-directed and now they have brought that vision to their website. The brand, which excels in what I call rustic lifestyle chic has introduced editorial features to its site, kicking off with this intriguing film of fashion-turned-art photographer Deborah Turbeville talking about her work. Toast shot its latest catalogue in a house in Mexico, only to find it belonged to the fascinating Turbeville. So… what kind of person lives in a place like this?

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5 Responses to Toast meets Turbeville

  1. Make Do Style says:

    I get so seduced too by the visual art direction, consistently well produced.

  2. The Fashion Buzz says:

    Yes I always think Toast always looks great. But I have never bought anything there either, not sure why.

  3. stylespotterfashionblogger says:

    Lloyd Grossman??? Toast is great, very wearable and for a broad age group too.

  4. Isabelle says:

    Love browsing the Toast website, for the same reason I keep a copy of the Muji catalogue by my bed..

  5. Emma Louise Layla says:

    Totally agree – love Toast to look at but not wear.

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