This season, Markus Lupfer left no stone unturned when it came to the details of his London Fashion week collection. And in addition to his floral-jacquard suits and ribbon-tied faux fur heels, the designer’s decadent touch extended to the decidedly ‘90s center parts of his tartan-clad models.
Markus Lupfer Autumn/Winter 2018 presentation with hair by Tina Outen. #StreetersLondon #TinaOuten #MarkusLupfer #AW18 #LFW Images courtesy of @tinadidit
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In January, BITE Beauty announced that it was launching a new Astrology-inspired lipstick collection to much fanfare. We learned every sign will be getting its own shade and kicked things off with a plum-hued Aquarius. Now, the beauty brand has returned with a new shade for Pisces.
The new lipstick, in that same beloved Amuse Bouche formula, is a dusty peach shade designed for the "dreamy, go-with-the-flow" lip savant, enriched with botanicals oils and fresh-pressed citrus.
BITE Amuse Bouche Lipstick in Pisces ($26)
The lipstick retails for $26 but if the quick-selling Aquarius is any indication (it sold out in just two days), it'd be smart to act fast when "Pisces" hits sephora.com on February 19.
It's fuzzy. It's funny. It's what we're all feeling.
Enter the Anxiety Slipper, a London Fashion Week discovery that's both prescient and Kira Kira friendly. As seen on Ashley Williams' Fall 2018 catwalk, it's a junior high sleepover slipper but obviously better. Besides the denser sole and Adwoa Aboah-imbued runway cred, it's reflecting our collective societal angst in all-caps diamante letters.
It's not a secret that the slip-on is a reaction to the world's bleak headlines. Williams dedicated her show to "ditching technology" and connecting IRL with other humans. She made hoodies and track pants that blared Don't know, don't care to would-be staring dudes.
Logo mania wasn't expected at Matty Bovan's London show.
The 27-year-old designer is known for his fluorescent originality, and beloved by industry leaders like Marc Jacobs and Katie Grand. His clothes are a fascinating pile of neon patterns and sequin shreds, and his style mantra goes something like "Fuck that, be you."
Which is why it was funny (as in strange) and funny (as in 😂😂😂) to see Coach logo bags on his Friday night catwalk.
Models like Adwoa Aboah and Winnie Harlow cinched the classic grandma bags under their arms, while other girls wore them as fanny packs (must we call them "belt bags" now?) and oversize wristlets.