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28 Apr

There’s Already A Handmaid’s Tale Fashion Line In The Works

Well, designer collabs have officially moved far past Target collaborations these days. Designers are partnering with television shows, movies, and more to get their names out there (and probably nab some extra cash to work with, too). If you survived the Beauty and The Beast and Star Wars crazes — which collectively brought about dozens of designer and fast-fashion capsule collections — then the next collaboration might actually be of interest, and it comes to you via one of spring's most hotly-anticipated shows. New York-based fashion label and design collective Vaquera is teaming up with Hulu on a collection inspired by The Handsmaid's Tale, which premiered today. For the partnership, Hulu asked Vaquera to create a collection inspired by the show’s...
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20 Apr

Céline Is a Women’s Brand, But That Doesn’t Stop Men From Wearing It

Like so many fans of fashion, the stylist Megan Bowman Gray has an unabashed love of the French label Céline. “I’ve always felt that Phoebe understands women,” she says, referring to the brand’s designer since 2009, Phoebe Philo. “The fact that she’s a working woman, that she’s a mom — she makes things that make you feel strong and powerful while you’re wearing them,” she says. “She’s on a level all to herself. I’ve been a collector of hers for the last six years. I think she can do no wrong.” Gray’s husband, the film producer Hunter Gray, shares in his wife’s enthusiasm, and has amassed his own haul of choice items from the label, including some outerwear pieces — a...
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20 Apr

See Givenchy’s Edgy Kid’s Line (Yes, Really)


Finally, now your kid can twin with North West and Blue Ivy Carter, thanks to Givenchy's first childrenswear collection (excluding any one-of-kind looks the French luxury house creates for West and Carter though—sorry). The launch will debut under the helm of the French house’s newly inducted artistic director Clare Waight Keller for the fall/winter 2017 season, and we have the pics to prove it.

What we’ll get is a line of streetwear-inspired pieces for babies and children aged 0 to 12 years (start ‘em young). Everything from oversize logo-emblazoned sweaters to chunky lace-up boots to edgy denim—think very stylish, toughened up Babies"R"Us.

Shop the collection in July...
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19 Apr

5 Looks from Proenza Schouler’s New Collection We All Want

Once again, Proenza Schouler has released another collection that we're all dying to have in our closets. This time, it's the label's pre-fall 2017 pieces that everyone in the office is fighting over. The lineup includes perfect transitional-weather styles that were made for layering—like the scoop-neck crop tops and the structured blouses. You'll also find beloved pleated skirts in the collection. The designers reworked the hemlines with extravagant asymmetric finishes. Oh, and no one does a cross-front dress like the Proenza Schouler team. (It's the silhouette that we look forward to seeing each season.) For this season, the brand mixed it up with solid-color designs trimmed with ruffles and striped variations finished with metallic beading. But the beauty of the collection...
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17 Apr

Victoria Beckham’s Favorite Kids’ Shops in London

PARIS, FRANCE - JANUARY 23:  Victoria Beckham attends the International Woolmark Prize 2017 Menswear And Womenswear Finals as part of Paris Fashion Week on January 23, 2017 in Paris, France.  (Photo by Marc Piasecki/WireImage)
This article originally appeared on Victoria Beckham is unquestionably one of the most fashionable people in the world. She's a constant source of airplane outfit inspiration, and looks pulled together at all times. And now, the fashion designer, who has an eponymous clothing line, is working with Target on a new collection for adults and children. The collaboration goes on sale April 9 and includes bright prints, easy shift dresses, and great day-to-night outfits (bonus: it's all available in sizes up to 24). And the children's options are adorable without being too matchy, which is ideal for mother-and-daughter dressing. To celebrate the occasion, Beckham spoke to us about her favorite places to shop for her kids in her hometown of...
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13 Apr

Style.Com Launches ‘EDITS’ with ‘VOGUE’ and ‘GQ’To Debut Shoppable Content

The long-awaited debut of Condè Nast's shoppable fashion stories on the revamped have finally arrived in the UK and the EU. With the introduction of the and edits, the publisher is working to come full circle in creating gorgeous photo spreads — or "edits" — and then connecting the dots through their new e-commerce layer, allowing consumers to instantly shop the outfits seen within the glossy pages. These so-called edits will appear in the May editions of the print magazines, as well as online on Vogue UK and GQ UK, which will thus make the story instantly shoppable through This shopping component has been in the works since April of 2015, when famously transitioned to Vogue Runway so that Condè Nast could ready the new destination for...
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12 Apr

DVF’s Jonathan Saunders Tells Us How to Wear Mixed Prints Like a Pro (Plus More Style Secrets)

Spring is here—and nothing says warm weather dressing like colour and prints. Jonathan Saunders would agree. As the first ever chief creative officer at Diane von Furstenberg (he took the helm in 2016), the designer’s signature print mixing is a perfect fit with the storied brand. “Diane has an incredible heritage for print and colour and that’s obviously something that resonates with me,” says Saunders. “Every print we put out into the world is designed by us in house.” From Freida Pinto to Camilla Belle, it’s clear that celebs are loving his bold takes on pattern play. When it comes to mixing prints into your own wardrobe, Saunders encourages women to experiment. “I love the effect of pairing a floral print with...
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11 Apr

KENZO’s Visual Feast for the Eyes


KENZO Folio is a new quarterly publication showcasing the brand’s collections in a fresh and unexpected way through the eyes of young creatives. The first issue sees the label commission curator and filmmaker Akinola Davies Jr. to create a project related to the theme of “ceremony”. Davies Jr. teamed up with photographer Ruth Ossai and stylist Ibrahim Kamara to create a visual exploration of Nigeria’s Nsukka population. The images feature pieces from KENZO SS17 combined and heavily accessorised to celebrate the culture of Nigerian and indigenous Igbo people.

The images capture the energy and style of Nsukka and we are totally obsessed. Have a look through the beautiful series below.

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11 Apr

Mango Celebrates The “You” In Unique

you’re unique. Celebrate it! This is the call to action issued by Mango, urging us to delight in our diversity. After all, what makes us truly remarkable? Not our age, gender, or appearance… It’s our uniqueness. Each of us is a one-off; a never-to-be-repeated medley of talent, experience, personality and style. Such a clarion call might typically be unexpected from a brand at the heart of the high street. But Mango has revealed new sartorial heft this season, unveiling cutting-edge looks and collections rich in intelligent design. Creative campaigns by image-makers at the very forefront of fashion reflect the brand’s new vision. And now, adding further clout, comes a burgeoning social awareness. We all have our own passions and values, strengths and...
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5 Apr

WATCH: Tommy Hilfiger’s roller girls hit the streets of LA


Tommy Hilfiger's trip to the West Coast for its Spring see-now-buy-now collection in February felt like an inevitable pilgrimage for a brand whose first store was opened in Beverly Hills. The all American red-white-and-blue vision that has become synonymous with Tommy Hilfiger feels particularly at home in the balmy climes and palm tree-lined boulevards of the Golden State and, in a new video featuring the Spring 2017 collection, this image has been brought to life.
Watch the video below, where Tommy's roller squad take to the streets of LA for a sunny day of candy-floss eating, muscle beach-invading hijinks:

From-The Love magazine

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