Laure Hériard Dubreil's Ultimate Party Outfit
November 12, 2013 | by LAUREN FINNEY | Style & Beauty
Laure Hériard Dubreuil
As the CEO and founding partner of one of the hottest boutiques in the country, The Webster, Laure Hériard Dubreuil is always in the know when it comes to top new brands on the brink of becoming white-hot stars. What she wears—and what she sells—can change the destiny of any garment, and her must-have for this season is no different. “I love the contrast between a very ‘proper’ piece like this turtleneck shape [from new French label Atto] but in this beautiful silver glitter, [so I can] be in full shining mode for the holidays,” she says. “It is absolutely perfect to pair with this very chic, architectural slit skirt that only holds with one button. It is so Belle de Jour!”
Silver sequined turtleneck ($1,275) and gabardine skirt with navy lining ($975), Atto. The Webster Miami, 1220 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-674-7899
Hériard Dubreuil loves the Atto piece so much that, starting this month, she will be offering the ultimate endorsement: carrying the Paris-based label, debuting with a resort collection with a modish, ’60s bent. It’s quite a compliment: With more than 20,000 square feet of designer goods, Hériard Dubreuil is a fashion oracle of sorts, being one of the first in Miami to truly curate fashion instead of just selling it. The Webster carries more than 90 brands, including Lanvin, Chanel, Celine, Alaïa, and Balenciaga, and her fashion instincts and sensibility are widely recognized in the industry. As for that ensemble she’s craving for holiday parties, she enthuses, “Off-white is the color for this winter [mixed] with soft shades of blush and grays…. sexy, ’60s, and so soft at the same time. Merci, Santa!”
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