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.
Between the return of this Blair Waldorf-approved accessory and pieces that give purpose to the Kira Kira app, we're rounding up the hottest trends of 2018 (plus a few that just might surprise you.) Check back as we update our trend guide with more from London, Milan, and Paris Fashion Weeks throughout the month.
There's sparkle and shine all over the runways this season, making us want to whip out our phones to use our favorite app. The disco ball look is given the universal treatment, crafted as cocktail dresses, handbags, and even a two-piece suit.
Left to right: Prabal Gurung, Tibi, Christian Cowan, Prabal Gurung, Creatures of Comfort, Cushnie et Ochs
Technicolor Animal Print
Are you ready to look ahead to fall's biggest footwear trends? From statement-making boots to sparkling kitten heel pumps, we're tracking all the hottest shoes as they hit the Fall 2018 runways at New York Fashion Week. Click through to see our favorites spotted so far.
Creatures of Comfort
From Harper's BAZAAR
All hail Harper Beckham! She is six years old, and pairing a burgundy Burberry coat with pink loafers, thereby mastering 2018’s biggest color trend.
Meanwhile, I'm 35 and still make “L” with my hands to know which way is left. I do know a bit about Fashion Week, though, including its latest and greatest catwalk hits. Scroll down (not left, phew) for today’s runway recap.
On Day Two of New York Fashion Week, the cult of puffy coats is taking shape. (We’ve spotted them on twelve runways, and it’s only Friday.) Outside, models huddle together and light cigarettes. And packed tight in our DMs, a series of serious questions began to appear. Super serious. Let’s explore.
Are Coats Now Dresses?
If Bella Hadid wears something, the world follows. So let’s see what happens after her turn on Friday’s Jason Wu catwalk, where the bombshell wore an embellished navy blue cocoon coat as if it were a red carpet look. For those who are always freezing at parties, it’s a rather genius idea…
Are Carnations Cool Now?