Spellbound

There’s a certain element of mystery behind putting together dramatic outfits that command attention. We take a cue from director Alfred Hitchcock’s most suspenseful thrillers to focus on modern twists of classic styles.


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To Catch A Thief

Adrianna Papell dress, $180, at The Peacock Room, Detroit; 313-559-5500.

Diamond and pearl ring, $9,750, at Tapper’s, West Bloomfield; 248-932-7700; tappers.com.

 

Rear Window

Armani suit, $1,695, at Saks Fifth Avenue, Somerset Collection South, Troy; 248-643-9000; saksfifthavenue.com.

BOSS Hugo Boss shirt, $175, and tie, $95, at Neiman Marcus, Somerset Collection South, Troy; 248-643-3300; neimanmarcus.com.

Shinola watch, $575, at Tender, Birmingham; 248-258-0212; tenderbirmingham.com.

On bed: Stop Staring dress, $158, at The Peacock Room.

 

Shadow of a Doubt

L.K. Bennett dress, $395, at L.K. Bennett, Somerset Collection South, Troy; 248-602-3409; lkbennett.com.

Tender fur, $995, at Tender. Vintage Chanel earrings, $1,200 at Tapper’s.

 

Foreign Correspondent

Michael Kors blouse, $795, at Neiman Marcus.

Charles Krypell diamond cuff, $25,990, David Yurman estate watch, $6,000, yellow pearl bracelet, $12,100, Charles Krypell citrine and diamond ring, $9,740, and David Yurman yellow gold and diamond ring, $3,600, all at Tapper’s.

MaxMara “Hollywood” bag, $1,390, at MaxMara, Somerset Collection South, Troy; 248-637-3073; world.maxmara.com.

Cigarette case, at Oddfellows Antiques, Berkley; 248-399-6098.

 

The Birds

Oscar de la Renta dress, $4,370, Michael Kors sleeveless coat, $1,875, and Givenchy “Antigona” bag, $2,435, at Neiman Marcus.

MaxMara fur scarf, $1,190, and sunglasses, $195, at MaxMara.

Gena Conti “Midnight Brainstorm” hat, $525, at Gena Conti, Wyandotte; 734-284-3417; genaconti.com.

Gloves and shoes, stylist’s own.

 

Vertigo

On her: Pamella by Pamella Roland dress, $1,290, at Saks Fifth Avenue. Vintage gloves, $65, at The Peacock Room.

Chelsea Paris shoes, $465, at Tender.

MaxMara necklace, $375, at MaxMara.

Gold earrings, $659, at Tapper’s.

On him: Versace jacket, $1,295, Ingram shirt, $350, Zanella pants, $425, and Carrot & Gibbs bowtie, $90, all at L’Uomo Vogue, Bloomfield Hills; 248-855-7788; luomovogue.com.

Salvatore Ferragamo shoes, $780, at Neiman Marcus.

Foreground: Honns gloves, $175, at L’Uomo Vogue.

 

Dial M for Murder

On her: Co blouse, $695, at Neiman Marcus.

ALC velvet pants, $695, at Found Objects, Birmingham; 248-220-4999; shopfoundobjects.com.

Emerald ring, $25,000, David Yurman necklace, $1,550, and David Yurman bangle, $1,950, at Tapper’s.

On him: HUGO Hugo Boss jacket, $595, shirt, $195, pants, $195, and tie, $115, and Salvatore Ferragamo shoes, $695, at Neiman Marcus.

 

North By Northwest

On him: Allegri overcoat, $2,400, La Matta leather jacket, $2,220, Codice sweater, $350, Zanella pants, $375, and Vitaliano Pancalo scarf, $375, all at L’Uomo Vogue.

Shoes, stylist’s own.

On her: Heike Jarick coat, $950, at SHE, Bloomfield Hills; 248-594-8181; she-stores.com.

MaxMara dress, $865, at MaxMara.

Yves Salomon fur, $845, at Tender.

Vintage hat, $45, at The Peacock Room.

Diamond pin, $3,750, at Tapper’s.

Gloves and shoes, stylist’s own.


Credits

Hair: Marco Bertoldi.

Makeup: Danielle Dettore.

Stylist Assistant: Jennifer Pickering.

Photography Assistants: Garrett MacLean, Drew Philp.

Car courtesy of Woodward Warehouse.

Shot on location at Henry ford estate — Fair Lane, Dearborn. henryfordestate.org.

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