A sure sign that summer's coming to an end is the arrival of the Gorsuch catalogue. Full of over-the-top Gstaad ski togs and Alpinabilia, this catalogue inspires both desire and amusement.
For instance, more than once I've admired a sweater on a well-clad model and, scanning the price list, think to myself, "Oh, $175 isn't too much for that sweater."
Then I read more carefully and see that's the price of her cashmere socks.
(Full disclosure: my beloved Technica boots are from the Gorsuch catalogue.)
Following a quick perusal, here are my short-list picks from the latest edition:
I like the purply-pink trim on this brown sweater. And the shell buttons:
These shoes, though, are my real objet d'amour:
Made by Brunello Cucinelli, their laces are not mere grosgrain, but silk grosgrain.
And this confuses me: an iPad (tablet) case that costs more than the actual tablet? Ooh la la:
To be sure, it is made by Bottega Veneta . . .
Do gentle readers enjoy the Gorsuch lookbook or is it my guilty pleasure alone?