To announce the launch of Erdem’s forthcoming collaboration with H&M, London-based designer Erdem Moralioglu brought an old English secret garden to Los Angeles. Walls of flowers and a swaying chandelier were the perfect backdrop to frame the designer and retail giant’s romantic eveningwear and coordinating suits. If Wednesday Adams ever married her true love in the English countryside, the set of Erdem and H&M’s collaboration would serve as the perfect inspiration.
The curvaceous 29-year-old supermodel feels comfortable in her own skin and in a figure-hugging little black dress.
Youth springs eternal for the 69-year-old CoverGirl model, dietitian, and proud mother of Tesla’s Elon
Whether you're ready for it or not, holiday shopping season is upon us. And if you're already stumped on what to get the special someone in your life, Neiman Marcus has a suggestion: why not a Rolls-Royce convertible or two?
The high-end retailer is offering limited-edition Dawn Drophead Coupés by the luxury auto dealer as a part of its annual Christmas Book holiday gift catalogue. The vehicles come in two "yours & mine" styles—because why would you give someone a Rolls-Royce without getting one for yourself?
There's a Lake Como-inspired blue iteration with a grey-and-black leather interior and a brushed metal dashboard for $439,625:
It was the fashion equivalent of a one-two punch.
One Spring morning, Gigi Hadid pushed through paparazzi in a simple white t-shirt with a vintage neon logo: Fiorucci. That same week, Chloe Sevigny wore her Fiorucci logo tee out shopping. Like a signal flare to their respective style tribes, the #Fiorucci hashtag started spreading from Brooklyn to Beverly Hills. And presto—a carefully planned comeback was born (along with tons of blog posts).
Selena Gomez—singer, style icon, and most followed person on Instagram—has a new holiday campaign with Coach out today. Shot by Steven Meisel, with makeup by Pat McGrath and creative direction by Fabrien Baron, the singer gets festive in the new campaign photos, pictured with wrapped gifts in the back of a vintage car and the glittering lights of New York City behind her.
"My personal style doesn’t really change around the holidays," Gomez said in a statement. "I am happy wearing warm clothes. Coach has these amazing shearling jackets that I can’t wait to wear."
This adaptive apparel is a step in the right direction toward inclusive style for all.
Who doesn't love Target? From Project 62, its new line of affordable home goods, to its collection AVA & VIV, the retailer is amazing at creating inclusive items for its loyal customers.
And now, the store's brand of kids' clothing, Cat & Jack, has created adaptive apparel for toddlers and children with disabilities. The 40-piece line, available Oct. 22, includes jackets, pants, and T-shirts. The items feature extra zippers, side snaps, and back openings that better adapt to children with disabilities so that they can more easily get dressed without sacrificing their style.