Main Line Style Watch: October 2017

An electric blue David Galan handbag and a hand-painted TomTom and Company lamp are among this month’s biggest trends.

Our September Must Haves

For you:
This stunning David Galan handbag in electric blue is handmade in the U.S. It’s a must for any collection. $569.

Per Lei Boutique, 2 E. State St., Media, (610) 566-1254,

For the home:
Make guests green with envy over this chinoiserie-chic TomTom and Company lamp, hand-painted by former Lilly Pulitzer artist Thomas Ard. The collection also includes serving trays. Lamp, $245; tray, $105-$125.

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White Horse Fabric & Design, 645 Lancaster Ave., Berwyn, (610) 647-3141,

David Galan handbag. 

Alexis Kletjian ring. 

Alexis Kletjian ring. 


Now open:
Award-winning jewelry designer Alexis Kletjian has opened her first  boutique in the heart of Kennett Square’s downtown shopping district. Specializing in pieces crafted to clients’ specifications, Kletjian draws inspiration from heirloom-quality antique jewelry for her vintage-modern creations. Her eponymous showroom features not only her custom fine jewelry but also a carefully curated collection from emerging designers. “There are so many pieces of amazing jewelry out there,” says Kletjian. “I wanted to be able to highlight those pieces, along with my own.”

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131 E. State St., Kennett Square, (610) 615-9200,

Save the date: 
The 57th annual Shipley Shops event happens Oct. 19-21. The shopping extravaganza features over 40 local and national retailers, with 20 percent of every purchase benefiting the Shipley School. Beat the crowds at the Preview Party on Oct. 18, or bring the family on Oct. 21 for the Fall Festival.

The Shipley School, 814 Yarrow St.,Bryn Mawr,

Our Best of the Main Line & Western Suburbs Party is July 25!