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27 Apr

10 Refreshing Wedding Trends Seen At Bridal Week Spring 2018

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White. Off-White. Ivory. Cream. Champagne: Wedding dress shopping might feel like a chiffon blur of similar colors, but there's more than just the right color when finding the perfect wedding dress. This season designers are reinterpreting bridal looks in new, vintage-inspired, and completely unexpected ways. Read on for our comprehensive guide to the latest wedding dress trends of 2018.

Oversized Bows

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This Old Hollywood silhouette is back on the rise thanks to seasoned brands like Viktor & Rolf, Carolina Herrera, and Oscar de la Renta. The extra large bows decorated ball gowns and sheath dresses alike for chic simplicity with mass appeal.

Left to right: Carolina Herrera, Viktor & Rolf, Oscar de la Renta, Rivini

Non-Traditional Jewelry

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27 Apr

Lilly Pulitzer Created a Print Inspired by Starbucks’ Unicorn Frappuccinos

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Even Lilly Pulitzer isn’t immune to the power of Starbucks’ viral unicorn frappe (or that ubiquitous unicorn trend, for that matter). The mythical creature has the brands’ creative wheels turning!

Did you know Lilly has had a wild group of artists painting her prints since 1959ish. Thanks to our friends @starbucks unicorns are filling our feed and we got inspired 🦄 #Lilly5x5
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Lilly Pulitzer took to Instagram to share a painting of a unicorn in more natural hues than we’ve been seeing lately. The caption read, “Did you know Lilly has had a wild group of artists painting her prints since 1959ish. Thanks to our friends @starbucks unicorns are filling our feed and we got inspired.”

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27 Apr

Dolce & Gavvana’s New Sneakers Are Stirring Up Controversy

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Dolce & Gabbana is no stranger to stirring up controversy. In the past, the Italian designers have come under fire for naming a pair of shoes "slave sandals," calling in vitro children "synthetic" and most recently, for voicing their support to dress Melania Trump.
Today, it's a pair of embellished white sneakers causing social media users to lash out against the Italian fashion brand. The Fall 2017 sneakers in question are adorned with studs, sequins and quirky messages scribbled in marker and pen. One of those messages reads, "I'M THIN & GORGEOUS," in all caps—something that commenters were quick to point to as problematic when Stefano Gabbana shared an illustration of the shoe on Instagram.

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27 Apr

How to Get a Refund for LuLaRoe’s Defective Leggings

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Following numerous customer complaints and lawsuits over its questionable business practices, fast fashion brand LuLaRoe announced Tuesday it will offer refunds to all customers who purchased defective leggings between Jan. 1, 2016, and April 24, 2017, Yahoo Style reports. The brand’s announcement comes after LuLaRoe made headlines for allegedly intentionally selling leggings that, as customers have claimed, “rip like wet toilet paper.” Additionally, several customers have said that the brand — which employs independent sellers to hawk its cult-favorite leggings — purposefully taxed sales in states that do not require taxing clothing items. A private Facebook group for those wishing to discuss their defective clothing items has more than 25,000 members, which just goes to show how widespread the issue is. Though...
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27 Apr

This Short Film Shines A Spotlight On The Issue Of Mass Consumption & Waste

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On Tuesday, Fashion Revolution, the global movement calling for greater transparency, sustainability, and ethics in the fashion industry, released a thought-provoking film titled Loved Clothes Last, which focuses on the issue of mass consumption and waste. The short, directed by Balthazar Klarwein and produced by Feel Films, stars model Angelina Jesson captured in a disturbing dystopian reality where landfill and decay meet everyday life, the result of decades of mindless overproduction. Ultimately, it asks the viewer: When will we slow down and accept a future where we all understand the importance of loving (and keeping) our clothes for a longer length of time? "It may not seem so at the start, but this film is about love," Orsola de Castro, founder and...
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27 Apr

Why the Coach Handbag is a Symbol of Its Era-Defying Cool

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Coach, the original American house of leather, has been handcrafting its goods from the heart of New York City since 1941. Throughout infinite fluctuations in popular culture, there are few other U.S.-based brands that can stake a claim in the wardrobes of cultural influencers from every decade since. More often than not, the luxury leather goods market is associated with a European design sensibility, with production taking place in the storied ateliers of either Italy or France. But as cultural historian Joel Dinerstein succinctly outlines: “The French have chic… But Americans invented cool”. This is exemplified no better than in Coach’s oeuvre of bags, wallets and accessories that have been modelled by some of the coolest individuals of the 20th and 21st...
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27 Apr

All Caught Up

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It’s time to reconsider fishnets. From Gucci’s glitter to Dolce & Gabbana’s classic black, AW 17 saw designers add quirk to their strides.
Shop our selects from LEVANTE, VOODOO, WOLFORD and JONATHAN ASTON.

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26 Apr

How To Do Festival Fashion According To It-Stylist Monica Rose

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Coachella Weekend 2 may be done and dusted, but for most people festival season is just getting started. With Rolling Loud, Sasquatch, Governor's Ball, Bonaroo, and many more festivals just around the corner, now's the time to get your style in order. And who better to help with that than L.A.-stylist Monica Rose. While at Reebok's Classics Crib during the second weekend of Coachella, we caught up with the woman behind the enviable looks of Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Chrissy Teigen, and Chanel Iman to figure out the keys to conquering festival style, flower crowns and fringe not included.

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We are here at Coachella with Reebok to celebrate their Classics sneaker. How would you work this shoe...
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