They're not exactly new, but this handful of fresh faces was likely buried in your feed under the upper echelon of bloggers and editors you've been following for seasons. Take a closer look and you'll discover this set was hiding in plain sight, making their way to runway shows and running sites and fashion businesses of their own, all while appearing impeccably dressed. That's why 2017 is set to be their year. Read on for the 10 street style stars that are about to become household names.
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If your creativity around Pop-Tarts begins and ends with a toaster, you need to get yourself to the Pop-Tarts Café in New York City immediately.
It's a pop-up café inside Kellogg's NYC, and it's only open until Feb. 26. The menu is filled with brilliant Pop-Tarts takes on your favorite foods. There's Pop-Tarts pizza and Chili Pop-Tarts fries — and that's only the beginning.
The café thought of everything beyond your wildest Pop-Tarts dreams. You can get three kinds of Pop-Tarts burritos: S'Mores, Nutty Caramel Banana, and Chocolate-Covered Strawberry, which are served with a side of condiments like kiwi "salsa," strawberry "salsa," and frosting "sour cream."
From the makers of your favorite It bag (the Pierce shoulder bag, anyone?) comes a myriad of swoon-worthy accessories making their London Fashion Week debut down the JW Anderson runway—and what a glorious debut.
We could talk about the ostrich-feather skirts and the billowing jersey silhouettes this fall 2017 ready-to-wear collection was heavy on, or we could talk about the standout accessories we’re completely swooning for. From heavy metal earrings to a remix on the signature Pierce bag, here are our picks for the best accessories from the JW Anderson show.
1. OFF-THE-LOBE EARRING
2. PIERCED FRINGE BAG
3. NEXT-LEVEL BUCKLED HEEL
4. SUEDE KNEE--HIGH BOOTS
Last night’s Burberry show ended with a spectacular finale walk that featured intricate capes layered over each look. Drawing from the label’s decidedly British heritage, the 79 different creations referenced materials or aspects of prior collections. There were feathers that floated and bounced in the air while others dripped with pearls. Another appeared to made from see-through paillettes, except it turned out to be constructed from monocles. One was even inspired by solid metal, as if it were a modern-day spin on a knight’s armor. The most spectacular pieces, though, were the hoods: a rhinestone style and a sparkling chain-mail creation were among the most deliciously over-the-top designs.
ARE you ready for the statement pocket? No longer a slave to function, the repository for keys, chewing gum or lipsticks, or even a facilitator of the nonchalant pose, pockets are suddenly back in the spotlight at London Fashion Week. Giant round pouches hid within the folds of ladylike dresses, imbuing the models with a certain elegant slouch, while utility-style squares delineated powdery coats at Simone Rocha. JW Anderson, ever innovative, proposed the necklace-cum-pocket, cheekily placing them over breasts on jerseys and satins. Louise Trotter at Joseph gave them an abstract jollity. And at Christopher Kane, they sprouted euphorically from evening dresses, decorated with three-dimensional sequinned corsages of flowers. The question now is: which pocket will you pick?