“The reviews were great, sales have been great, it was a good one,” Lazaro Hernandez said of the spring 2020 Proenza Schouler collection, while taking a break from greeting pals Rashida Jones, Hari Nef and Lisa Love at a dinner hosted by Farfetch in Los Angeles on Tuesday night. “Things are going well. It’s a whole new chapter for us,” he said, referring to the brand’s new financial backing from Mudrick Capital Management. “We have a lot of freedom to do what we want and the team is amazing.”
While the designers have kept a relatively low profile since their Barneys New York-hosted Hollywood Hills fete to celebrate their 10th anniversary in 2013, they travel west often. “I always fantasize about bringing the company out here,” said Jack McCollough before sitting down to dinner at NeueHouse, where a private room had been decorated for the occasion in dark tones and textures by artist Jordan Wolfson.
Dubbed “Nuit Noire,” the event was the third and final in Farfetch and NeueHouse’s three-part Dining in Color series exploring the intersection of fashion, art and design. The first installment, Coral Bloom in New York City, celebrated the red and pink hues in Carolina Herrera’s resort and
For spring, Judith Milgrom was thinking about those glamorous Miami poolside photos taken by Slim Aarons from the Sixties.
“I asked myself, what have these women become, who are these women who seemed to have nothing more to do than be there — women today are very active,” she said. They still want to wear color, even if they’re working so much they no longer have time to drink Champagne, she concluded.
So she gave them color: Hot pink biker shorts. And added glamour, using taffeta for the first time, to make very feminine dresses in baby blue, pale yellow and bubblegum pink. Accessories were bright, and included faux crocodile leather purses that attach to a belt — in bright red and hot pink. New this season was a teeny-tiny lipstick case, to be worn on a chain; sneakers, on the other hand, were chunky.
There were airy romantic pieces too, including a flower dress with spaghetti straps and an uneven hemline. A capsule collection featured prints from the photos, including a dress patterned with a photo of sunlight in the water of a pool. Outerwear included a puffy-sleeved denim jacket with laces running down the back.
It was a youthful and upbeat lineup,
California is taking a historically tough stance on the fur industry.
Gov. Gavin Newsom on Saturday signed a bill, AB44, passed through the state senate last month, banning all sales and manufacture of new fur products in the state. Newsom on Twitter described the bill as “one of the strongest animal rights laws in U.S. history.” It also makes California the first state in the nation to adopt such a law.
“California is a leader when it comes to animal welfare and today that leadership includes banning the sale of fur,” Newsom wrote in a statement.
AB44 applies to all apparel and accessories that would contain fur, from coats to keychains, but used or vintage fur products are exempt. It also exempts leather, cowhide and shearling (materials that often make their way to market as part of the food industry and would be otherwise wasted), as well as “fur products used for religious purposes.” There are further provisions for the exemption of taxidermy products and fur from animals lawfully taken while hunting.
In addition to the fur sales ban, the governor signed a package of other new animal rights laws, including a ban on the slaughter of horses, the use of wild animals in
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Fridays for Future, the organization started by youth climate activist Greta Thunberg, protested at the Capitol Building on Friday in Washington, D.C., resulting in the arrest of actress, fitness advocate and activist Jane Fonda.
“We feel overwhelmed and we don’t know what to do. We make personal choices like driving an electric car or going vegan and recycling and we think that that’s enough. And it’s great and we need to keep doing it. But this is a collective crisis that needs collective action now,” said the actress in a video shared by the organization on social media.
Fonda moved to Washington for four months “to focus on climate change,” to protest alongside the organization. The protests began Friday morning, and Fonda’s arrest along with others is an intentional demonstration.
Jane Fonda arrested at Fridays for Future’s Fire Drill protest in D.C.
The organization recently received the award for policy leadership at the United Nations Champions of the Earth gala held in New York in September.
At the gala, the young activist attendees, many of whom sported their own business cards and organizational involvement, professed a distaste for the pedestal placement of their teen counterpart: Thunberg.
“We don’t need another celebrity,” Azalea Danes, the 17-year-old
“The players are ready. Position,” and with that, the second Lacoste collection by Louise Trotter hit the runway, corridors around Roland-Garros’ brand-new Simonne Mathieu court, an ultra-modern installation nestled in the greenery of the Serres d’Auteuil botanical gardens. But the venue, where the brand had surprisingly never shown despite historic links with the sporting complex, wasn’t the only opposing pair offered by the tennis-centric brand this season.
For this iteration, the incumbent designer explored what she called the brand’s “aristocratic yet quite street” identity. “I wanted to try and address the nostalgia people feel toward Lacoste, with a contemporary lens,” she said backstage. Sporty pieces were cut from butter-soft leathers or silks. On others, Trotter demonstrated her deft tailoring hand, cutting a double-breasted suit in soft pink. Shown in succession on a female and then male models, it reinforced the idea that very little, if any, of the lineup was gender-specific — not even floor-skimming polo shirts and skirts that nodded to the Japanese hakama in their pleating and proportions.
To ground her work in the here-and-now, she tweaked proportions on house signatures. Mercerised or heavier yarns were used to produce oversize piqué. Widened cuffs and ribbing details were given pride of
Model Carolyn Murphy is known as an all-American surfer and water conservancy activist. Now these claims to fame have helped her land a new job — as the first face of jewelry label Tamara Comolli.
Murphy’s campaign for the Comolli brand was celebrated Thursday evening at the Gramercy Park Hotel. “When we met there was an instant love. She’s a beautiful person and authentic to the core. Her love for ocean and nature and having that real connection adds so much more meaning behind jewels,” Murphy said of her decision to sign with the designer.
Murphy and Comolli are now planning a collaborative trip to Madagascar where the designer mines natural rock formations that she calls Ocean Jasper — rocks organically laden with vibrant colors and patterns.
While Comolli has been in business for more than two decades, she felt it was time to hire a model face for her brand because, “It’s a change of generation. I have done my own modeling for many years and the company grew. I needed to bring in the next level of expansion and was desperately searching for a face that represented my values. I wanted a person I could relate that is natural and has
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Aurate has begun putting its $ 13 million in funding to use. The direct-to-consumer jewelry label, which in June revealed a significant series A funding, will open its first two permanent retail locations on Saturday in New York City.
The brand, which has been operating a pop-up shop in Manhattan to test the market, will open stores in SoHo and on Madison Avenue.
The uptown store at 1015 Madison Avenue measures 916 square feet, while its location at 154 Spring Street is slightly larger at 1,242 square feet. Both locations feature experiential technology that introduces consumers to the raw materials and production methods enlisted to create Aurate jewelry. The stores were designed by female-led architecture firm Alda Ly, which is also responsible for the viral women’s coworking space, The Wing.
“Being that Aurate is a direct-to-consumer brand we have the freedom and flexibility to implement experimental strategies, and opening retail locations is no different. The installations, paying homage to the natural and sustainable elements of our jewelry, throughout the store create a truly immersive experience and are a testament to the brand’s innovative nature,” said Aurate cofounder Bouchra Ezzahraoui.
Cofounder Sophie Kahn added: “By using data collected in-store to help create the finalized experience, we’re
Equipment continued to expand its offering for spring, with utilitarian and archival details and a watercolor palette coming together in a lineup inspired by Marrakech. There was an expanded range of dresses, some directly derived from the brand’s shirting heritage, others with more feminine wrap shapes and done in animal or floral prints.
Elevated basics presented more masculine lines, as on a cropped military shirtdress in beige or cilantro leather shorts and matching army sweater, which rubbed shoulders with more statement pieces, like a viscose twill jumpsuit in fuchsia and red.
From his Tom Ford suits to his Aston Martin cars, James Bond is legendary for his classic, sartorial style. He’s also comfortable in a cashmere sweater, which is where N.Peal comes in.
In “Skyfall,” the 2012 installation of the series, the stylist for the film turned to N.Peal cashmere when she was searching for a lightweight blue sweater that would match the eye color of its star, Daniel Craig. The relationship continued with 2015’s “Spectre” where N.Peal’s cashmere knits were used in that film as well.
The next film, “No Time to Die,” is due out in April, and Adam Holdsworth, the owner and managing director of the U.K.-based N.Peal, is closing to finalizing a deal to become one of the official partners for the film. But while the ink may not be dry on the contract yet, that hasn’t stopped N.Peal from creating N.Peal 007, a cashmere collection that celebrates 50 years of Bond. It will be offered for sale beginning on Oct. 18 on the N.Peal site, at its five stores in London and one in New York, as well as on Farfetch.
The collection features 13 pieces covering the six actors who have played Bond over the past half-century. This
I am wearing so much pink today, a long pink skirt, tight pink top and pink satin panties.
I love what I am wearing in today’s set “all in pink.” Pink is my favorite colour, it just makes me feel so girly.
Hope you guys like it, tell me what you think!
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NEW YORK — Victoria’s Secret is continuing its efforts to be more inclusive.
Starting this month, Victoria’s Secret is collaborating with British designer Emily Bendell. See-through bras, lacy panties, bodysuits with sharp geometric lines and garter belts in shades of crimson, black and white can be found at victoriassecret.com and in seven select stores in the U.S. and U.K. as part of the Bluebella collection, Bendell’s brand.
The collection has a twist — that’s because it fulfills parent company L Brands Inc.’s promise to update its marketing strategy. Transgender model and actress May Simón Lifschitz and plus-size model Ali Tate Cutler, along with Olivia Sang and Laura Rakhman-Kidd, can be seen in advertisements for the collection on the company’s web site and on images inside and outside of the stores carrying the line. These include New York’s flagship along Fifth Avenue and London’s Bond Street store.
“It has been wonderful working with Emily and the entire Bluebella team on the campaign,” said a Victoria’s Secret spokesperson. “We are excited to feature these amazing models in bringing this collaboration to life.”
The spokesperson would not comment on whether the models would be used for other Victoria’s Secret campaigns or events.
In the Manhattan store, life-size images of
Closing Paris Fashion Week can be a double-edged sword. In theory, the Louis Vuitton show is the star-studded, spectacular apotheosis to a month of runway shows in four capitals. In practice, weary fashion editors are anxiously eyeing the clock to gauge if they will make their plane or train back home.
It didn’t help that the Vuitton show this season started an hour later than usual, just after the sun set on the plastic tent erected in the courtyard of the Louvre. The brand wanted to maximize the impact of the music video that played on a giant screen that stretched the entire width of the catwalk.
Looming over the audience was transgender singer Sophie Xeon, known simply as Sophie, performing an extended version of her 2017 track “It’s Okay to Cry.” Somewhat surreally, models emerged from a door set in the middle of the performer’s chest.
Nicolas Ghesquière has been flirting with gender fluidity for several seasons, having cast androgynous models including Krow Kian in his spring show a year ago, and subsequently tapped transgender actress Indya Moore to star in his pre-fall look book and act as Instagram “host” for Vuitton’s fall show.
And it was an undercurrent this season at the
TORONTO — Vancouver Fashion Week serves up a noteworthy debut on Thursday as Brunette the Label takes to the runway to unveil its first collaboration with Juicy Couture.
Known for its message of inclusivity and its Fab Brunette and Babe logoed crewneck sweatshirts, the limited-edition 10-piece collection features the brand’s most popular styles reimagined with Juicy Couture’s classic Gothic font and signature details, as well as an homage to its popular pink, zip-up velour tracksuit.
“My fascination with Juicy Couture started when I bought my first tracksuit in college. Three out of the four people who spoke at my wedding said you’d always find me in my Juicy Couture tracksuit,” said Brunette founder, chief executive officer and creative director Miriam Alden, whose brand launched in 2014 and is sold in more than 700 retail partners in Canada and the U.S.
The collaboration began in February 2018 because of the sighting of a big pink neon sign bearing the words “Babes Supporting Babes” — Brunette’s signature catchphrase.
Exhibited in Los Angeles, the brand’s promo was transferred to Project Las Vegas for display at the trade show. Three days later, one of the senior directors of partnerships from Juicy Couture’s parent Authentic Brands Group passed by
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Kim Kardashian has another presidential notch in her belt, but she brought some backup this time — her sis, Kourtney Kardashian — for a tete-a-tete with Armenia’s big cheese. The eldest Kardashians met President Armen Sarkissian Tuesday night ……
Sneaker Con is returning to Los Angeles later this year, and Aleali May is coming along with a new collaboration.
May, an emerging stylist-model-street-style draw who is going on half-a-million Instagram followers is releasing her first and limited collection of apparel and accessories in collaboration with Sneaker Con, which will be selling it exclusively.
The event will be held in Anaheim, Calif., over the first weekend in December, with one-day tickets going for $ 25 and two-day passes for $ 40. With more than 10,000 attendees expected, that puts estimated revenue from strictly ticket sales from the event at around $ 250,000, on the low end.
Sneaker Con is being coproduced with IMG, the sprawling agency and management company under even bigger parent company Endeavor, with Sneaker Con noting this year’s event is part of a “long-term strategic partnership to expand and enhance the Sneaker Con experience globally.” Sneaker Con previously worked with IMG on its May event in Mainland China, which the company says sold out in two minutes. Last year IMG also helped the company launch its digital platform and a related app, so the partnership marks a longer-term commitment.
Tim Pernetti, executive vice president of Endeavor properties, including IMG, said the company is working
For Australian designer Toni Maticevski, designing around a theme is no longer working out. “It’s really weird. I’ve stopped trying to figure it out,” he said ruefully during a showroom appointment. What he thought about instead: how good a spring morning feels — clear skies, bright light and the scent of dew-saturated earth.
He embodied the latter as touches of sheen or darker tones; the bright light in flattering pinky-beiges, and the breeze in fabrics meant to obscure without hiding the skin. Given his proclivity for architectural draping, the result could have easily felt too formal. Here, his sculptural approach was reined in by softer fabrics and felt more relatable, especially with new daywear options.
Among the standouts: A light gray striped dress looked blowsy, while soft tuffs dotting white gauze fabric evoked sun-dappled surfaces. A jersey T-shirt gave an editor-off-duty look to a pencil skirt. The soft hand of a silk blend made a top and matching trousers skew more relaxed but still smart.
The lighter materials of the collection made tailored pieces stand out. A double-breasted blazer felt at once familiar and fresh, while a check overcoat toed the line between sporty and statement thanks to its kimono-inspired proportions. “My idea of
LONDON — Farfetch is forging ahead with its sustainability agenda and joining forces with Thrift+, one of the start-ups within its Dream Assembly mentorship program, to offer its customers an easy, fuss-free way of donating unwanted clothes and promote circular fashion.
Thrift+ offers an on-demand donation service, where customers can put up unwanted clothes for sale, with two-thirds of the proceeds going toward a charity of their choice and Farfetch credit to spend, while the rest covers Thrift+ costs. Customers can also opt out of receiving Farfetch credit and choose to donate their third to their charity of choice.
The service will only be made available to the U.K.
“We know our consumers would like an easy way to clear their wardrobes of unused items and at the same time, they would like to feel positive about it. Thrift+ and Farfetch links our customer base with an innovative service that improves the donation experience and has a positive impact by giving good quality clothes another useful life and supporting multiple charities,” said Thomas Berry, director of sustainable business at Farfetch.
The appeal of the service is its seamless approach: Customers only need to package their unwanted clothes and book a free collection service or
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Among many things, 2019 has shaped up to be the year of the celebrity wedding.
A host of Hollywood’s most buzzed-about couples, including Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas, Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin and Zoë Kravitz and Karl Glusman, held star-studded weddings this year, looking to some of fashion’s top designers to dress them on their special day.
Read More: The Biggest Fashion News Stories of 2019 — So Far
The biggest celebrity wedding trend of the year was the double wedding. The likes of Turner and Jonas; Baldwin and Bieber, and Karlie Kloss and husband Josh Kushner each tied the knot in two ceremonies, either hosting an official, lavish wedding with friends and family or a smaller-scale themed wedding (i.e. Kloss’ prairie-themed reception in Wyoming).
Read on for more of the most talked about celebrity weddings of 2019, so far.
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Actress Lea Michele married clothing label AYR president, Zandy Reich, in a custom Monique Lhuillier wedding dress, designed with a scoop-neck, strapless bodice and a silk gazar draped skirt.
The couple married on March 9 in Northern
“It’s a little bit ‘workwear meets Bubblegum Barbie,’” said Martin Grant, by way of introducing his spring collection. That’s some statement, coming from a designer famous for dressing style icons like Cate Blanchett and Meghan Markle.
Grant was referring specifically to a blue belted shirtdress with safari pockets that he’d paired with pink heels, but there were plenty of other playful options in his spring collection: a sexy pink halterneck minidress; cross-back bra tops, and a navy linen zip-front, hourglass bustier dress.
They tipped his trademark masculine-feminine dynamic into flirtier territory. Even the suits had a softer edge this season, courtesy of a slightly Eighties-feeling curved, cropped pant shape. Grant emphasized the waist by belting everything from oversize shirts to a flowing one-shouldered pink taffeta evening gown.
He also used the taffeta for a puff-sleeved shirt, noting that the fabric was made by a French company that historically supplied haute couture houses. “It’s one of the first pinks that I used when I moved to Paris, and it’s called ‘Paris.’ I like also that I can go back to a house that I used 15 years ago and have that exact color,” he mused.
Bubblegum Barbie just got a couture makeover.
In helping to kick off the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Red Ribbon Rally, First Lady Melania Trump called for the end of marketing e-cigarettes and vaping to minors.
During her remarks this morning in Washington, D.C., FLOTUS said, “We need to continue encouraging teenagers and young adults that have fallen into drug addiction to be brave enough to admit it, to talk about it and to get help. This also includes addiction associated with e-cigarettes and vaping. It is important to me that we all work to educate children and families about the dangers associated with this habit. Marketing this addictive product to children must stop,” according to a transcript of her remarks.
Wearing a black sleeveless Prada dress, Trump was the first first lady to visit DEA’s headquarters. Monday’s message may have been about anti-drugs, but her attire hinted at sustainability. FLOTUS wore the same all-business sheath for a Sept. 23 visit to the New York Stock Exchange to ring the opening bell with students from the United Nations International School. A pool report noted that the first lady did not wear a red ribbon today and that an East Wing staffer said FLOTUS had not received one in advance of the
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Compiling a list of the best hiking boots for every adventure is hard work.
There are endless outdoor pursuits that require boots—and an even greater mix of conditions. You could be traversing wet, sloppy trails; scrambling over rock; and carefully picking your way through technical jungle terrain. So that’s precisely what we did to find the best options for fall/winter 2019.
For our test, we took a dozen pairs of traditional hiking boots and boot-shoe hybrids, then trekked up Kebenkaise, Sweden’s highest peak, and hit wet trails. Stateside, we gauged traction on Utah’s Cedar Mesa and the San Rafael River’s Little Grand Canyon. To evaluate comfort, we backpacked Golden Gate Canyon State Park and the James Peak Wilderness.
After whittling down the list, we ended up with eight hiking boots that provide plenty of comfort with the guts to take on tough terrain.
No matter what kind of adventure you’re embarking on, you’ll need one of these to stabilize your ankles (they’ll also eat dirt and boulders with ease).
This hiker builds confidence with an ankle-and-heel strap that you adjust on the fly and grippy lugs that made it easier to scramble over slick rock. At just under a pound per shoe, the Arkali feels like a trail runner.
Hailey Bieber is finally ready to give it up — pictures of her in her wedding dress, that is. Mrs. Bieber just posted several professional shots of her wearing her custom backless gown, which was commissioned by Louis Vuitton’s artistic director…
PARIS MALL MOVEMENT: Hundreds of demonstrators, largely comprised of members of the ecological movement Extinction Rebellion (or XR), staged a sit-in from Saturday to Sunday in the Italie 2 commercial center of Paris.
The demonstrators, which also included some members of the gilets jaunes (or yellow vest) movement, among others, chose the location that is home to 130 stores and restaurants in the French capital’s southeastern section as a symbol of consumerism.
According to Extinction Rebellion, a thousand demonstrators entered the mall on Saturday and left on Sunday at 4 a.m.
Police were called to the scene.
The sit-in marked the start of a larger effort by Extinction Rebellion, which plans a series of protests around the world starting on Monday.
The group’s web site says: “To governments around the world, we declared a climate and ecological emergency. You did not do enough. To everybody else, rebel. 10 a.m., Oct. 7th, 60 cities worldwide. See you on the streets.”
This weekend’s protest came two weeks after the climate march in Paris took place and spiraled into violence after being infiltrated by anarchist demonstrators.
UPDATED: Maison Rabih Kayrouz showed its new summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week.
“The whole Maison Rabih Kayrouz universe is presented once during the July show, and then sold in three stages: ‘Acte 1’ during couture, and the second part is sold now, for two ready-to-wear deliveries,” said the Paris-based couturier at a presentation for “Acte 2,” the summer delivery of his spring/summer 2020 collection, explaining that this also fit a commercial logic for the brand.
In this second rtw, he concentrated on giving his client ease of movement, and “lightness by all means” befitting the warmest summer days. Crisp white cotton was cut in generous shirt dresses that could be worn belted or not; tiered dresses were adorned with openwork details that nodded to a couture bridal look, or blouses decked in gold buttons — a nod to his buttons but also to Bedouin garments.
Expanding on the stripe theme, he reprised easy shapes in silk charmeuse or in stripes of primary colors. Construction remained simple, with garments based on simple shapes of T-shirts that grew into dresses, shirts with a pin-tucked ruffle outlining the shoulders or even rectangles of fabric that echoed Grecian garments. Complexity came in touches like a
LONDON — Against of a backdrop of climate change protests and luxury companies ramping up their sustainability initiatives, Burberry has partnered with luxury consignment marketplace The RealReal in an effort to promote a circular economy in fashion.
According to Burberry, the partnership is a means of educating and directing consumers who wish to consign their Burberry items, or to shop for old Burberry pieces, on The RealReal’s site.
“We hope to not only champion a more circular future, but encourage consumers to consider all the options available to them when they’re looking to refresh their wardrobes,” said Pam Batty, vice president of corporate responsibility at Burberry.
Burberry won’t be providing any of its unsold stock, or giving the consignor any exclusive products. Instead, the company has chosen to reward TheRealReal customers who purchase consigned Burberry products more chances to shop the brand via an exclusive personal shopping experience in one of its 18 stores across the U.S.
According to the luxury label, the personal shopping experience will include Champagne and high tea and a personal selection of new Burberry products to shop from, including their latest collection of more than 109 looks.
Like many luxury brands, Burberry has moved to become more sustainable.
Earlier this year, the brand
Ivy is a delicious brunette babe who always causes quite a stir over at Only Opaques when she shares a new set of pictures. This tight bodied teen [[hottie|babe]] just has to flash a smile and drop her skirt and the whole world seems to stop especially when she’s wearing a smoking hot pair of pantyhose or stockings! With legs like Ivy’s it’s no wonder that everything pauses though because she really does have the body of a goddess and when that body is sheathed in nylon it’s sheer perfection!
Take a look at these pictures of Ivy as she starts off wearing her short denim skirt and her tight black t-shirt with a delicious pair of black pantyhose to compliment her outfit. As she teases Ivy lifts up her shirt and flashes her juicy [[tits|titties]] in her teal satin bra and then she parts her legs. Her long supple legs sheathed in black nylon and knowing just what you want she unbuttons her skirt and drops it to the floor. The tight black pantyhose hug her curves, covering her juicy round ass and clinging to her thick juicy thighs. As she starts to peel those pantyhose down she shows off her tiny teal panties as well!
In recognition of 50 years of provocation and self-expression, Calvin Klein will introduce the CK50 Collection on calvinklein.com and amazon.com on Oct. 15 for a limited time.
The capsule features classic silhouettes with unexpected logo placements. Prints include an all-over repeating monogram and high-impact logo detailing across women’s denim styles, dresses and sweatshirts and men’s denim and crewnecks. T-shirts and underwear round out the collection. Certain styles in the capsule have a CK50 leather pouch.
Retail prices range from $ 28 to $ 170.
The company, which was founded in 1968, is acknowledging over five decades of pop culture relevance and iconic essentials.
Accompanying the capsule is a campaign photographed by Glen Luchford, that broke today and will roll out globally over the next few weeks. The series of visuals reflect historic moments and themes across multiple decades. For example, ads feature Justin Bieber, alongside his wife Hailey Bieber, marking their first campaign together, as well as A$ AP Rocky, Kendall Jenner, Troye Sivan, Liu Wen, Parker Van Noord and Rebecca Leigh Longendyke.
A$ AP Rocky is featured in the CK50 campaign.
The campaign will be accompanied by a video and will roll out with a digital-first, socially powered mind-set supported by digital, social and high-impact outdoor locations.
Mary Katrtantzou set the bar high for her spring 2020 show — a little too high, some would say.
Just like she managed to make the impossible possible when it came to securing her dream show venue – the historic Temple of Poseidon in Athens – the Greek-born designer delivered a standout couture collection that was bursting with emotion, ideas and elevated construction techniques.
It was admirable that she was able to execute everything at such scale, on a tight budget and with a small team at her north London atelier. Her talent, conviction – and many a sleepless night – certainly paid off.
The collection consisted of 30 looks, each exploring a different couture technique and conceptualizing a philosophical idea birthed in Greece at the same time as the temple of Poseidon was built, in 440 B.C.
The first model – in a sequinned and fringed column gown with a quote from Socrates embroidered on it – made her way down the runway against the ancient ruins, sending a frisson through the crowd. The dim lighting and eerie music added to the electricity in the space.
What followed was an explosion of creativity, with Katrantzou paying homage to her country’s history – and writing a new
That’s how Vera Wang sized up the two-and-a-half week-long lead-up to what is her 60th bridal collection. Seated in her Madison Park offices while lithesome models showed off her cool-girl wedding dresses, Wang said, “First there was ready-to-wear, then there was the Emmys in L.A. and then there was bridal. The investment in time, money, human resources and creativity is enormous on that kind of schedule. I can only compare it to maybe Pierpaolo [Piccioli] at Valentino, who has men’s, couture, ready-to-wear and then men’s again and couture. It’s a rough schedule if you do all of these collections.”
The milestone wasn’t ever a consideration for Wang, who said she is always up against it. “No, that didn’t even occur to me. I feel the same pressure every time I put a collection out. It doesn’t matter if it’s the 31st, 78th or the 16th. I pressure myself to be more creative, more of a thinker, and someone who is trying to envision things in a new way.”
From her standpoint, fashion’s always-on cycle asks a lot of designers, which is not the norm in other creative industries. “You don’t drop an album on schedule, but in fashion you are asked to be
Kara has always had a thing for pantyhose and stockings, the way the soft nylon feels against her bare skin. The way the shiny material glimmers when she walks, the way when she wears no panties under her [[tights|pantyhose]] the soft supple material clings to her pussy and makes her wetter than ever. There is simply nothing about wearing pantyhose that Kara doesn’t absolutely love! As it turns out all of Kara’s fans over at Only Opaques love it when she wears her pantyhose too! They love to watch her strutting her stuff as her plump ass looks so perfect but most of all they love when she slides out of those nylons!
Watch Kara as she starts off in a tight long sleeve shirt and the shortest skirt you’ve ever seen. As she shows off those delicious pantyhose Kara lifts her skirt up around her waist and slips her pantyhose down over her [[lace|lacy]] red panties. Kara goes on to lift her shirt and show off her matching red lace bra and after she slips out of her skirt and shirt she stands before the camera in just her pantyhose and lacy panties.
Signs reading “Not Closed” and “Barneys Til I’m Dead” were posted on the doors of Barneys New York’s Beverly Hills flagship, which has always had a sense of humor, even about itself. While the future for the bankrupt retailer may still be unclear, Nanushka — the Budapest-based brand designed by Sandra Sandor — was celebrating its arrival at the store Thursday night in Los Angeles.
“Nanushka has been at least two times almost bankrupt,” shared Sandor of the influencer-loved sustainable brand with vegan leather basics that’s been worn by Gigi Hadid, Drew Barrymore and Charlize Theron, among others. “We said, ‘We’re going to close the business.’ But I never believed in closing the business. I knew it would go on. And I see Barneys in a similar way.…I feel that they will solve it. I don’t think it’s going to close down.”
“We heard the rumors and the news,” chimed in co-owner and chief executive officer of the brand Peter Baldaszti. He’s also Sandor’s fiancé. “But Barneys has its place in the retail landscape, despite the struggles.”
Things took a turn for the better for Nanushka after it received an investment from a Hungarian private equity firm. Sandor, who started the label in
For their second season at storied Rome house Capucci, Luisa Orsini and Antonine Peduzzi played with optical effects, using iridescent fabrics that change color in the light and working them into designs that can be worn in different ways to create volume.
Mikado silks were taken from Capucci’s archives, recycled into modernized cocktail separates in color-blocked brights. A cropped waistcoat in lilac silk was adorned with glow-in-the-dark beads, intended to evoke a rosary, and worn with high-waisted white pants.
A handmade black devoré gown and plissé silk dresses — orange or red, burgundy or green, depending on the light — in one-shouldered or bell-sleeved iterations nodded to the house’s couture heritage, a link the designers are keen to cultivate as they seek to modernize the label without neglecting its rich history.
Wide-brimmed “visiere” hats, adorned with beaded fringing or giant bows, added to the updated vintage feel of the collection.
NEW YORK – Anne Barge celebrated its 20th anniversary Thursday with a New York fashion show and a one-night retrospective, and creative director Shawne Jacobs is planning for the company’s next chapter.
A graduate of the American Intercontinental University in Atlanta, she joined the company in 2001. In 2012, during a trip to one of the company’s factories in China, Jacobs and her husband learned of Barge’s succession idea. “She saw us really working together as a team. Me working as creative director designing for the brand and my husband running the financial side of it,” Jacobs said.
For Thursday night’s Anne Barge runway show, gowns from the namesake’s archives were reimagined to infuse new elements to some traditional and classic styles. The result led to architectural designs made with Italian Kalika and allover floral Alençon laces for more feminine accents. There were also tulle designs with 3-D textures and metallic floral embroidery. To give brides-to-be more youthful options, the company offered jumpsuits, bustiers and illusion necklines.
Having attended its first bridal market in China in July, the company aims to build sales in China, which is not overflowing with Western bridal designers. In addition, brides in China typically wear four or five different
Brandy is looking hot in today’s update from OnlyTease! Check out this new photoset that has the gorgeous blonde posing in her bunny outfit and very naughty fishnet stockings and heels. She gets rid of the outfit quickly to show off her perky petite tits and amazing ass! This girl is incredible!
Jessie is a perky blonde teen babe who loves showing off all of her assets for the camera including her perky teen titties and her tight round ass. What Jessie loves showing off even more, however, is her delicious collection of stockings and pantyhose and these chocolate pantyhose are one of Jessie’s favorite pairs. Just watch Jessie as she starts off showing off her plump [[juicy|round]] ass hugged tight in her pantyhose, she lifts her dress and flashes that ass in her tiny thong. Jessie goes on to slip out of her tight dress and for a second shows off her black bra and her perky titties but when she slips out of her bra and poses in just her pantyhose and tiny thong she looks absolutely mouth watering!
If you think you can handle seeing more delicious teen teases in their pantyhose and stockings then you’re really going to want to check out Only Opaques. Over at Only Opaques you can find hundreds of teen babes showing off their sexy toned bodies in [[sexy|tight]] sheer nylons. Want to see more than pictures? Then you’re in luck because you’ll find a huge archive of movie footage of these sexy teens as well!
HEAD FOR THE HILLS: While the impeachment inquiry into President Trump heats up inside the Beltway, First Lady Melania Trump winged it out West to visit two National Parks and to promote her “Be Best” initiative.
After landing at the Jackson Hole Airport, FLOTUS arrived in the town square to find several hundred people lined along the sidewalks, including some singing “The Star Spangled Banner,” according to a pool report. Shortly before noon, the First Lady greeted local Boy Scouts, spending 30 seconds to a minute with each. Her latest goodwill mission is meant to draw attention to the wellness pillar of her child-friendly “Be Best” program. Last week she took that message to a more adult audience by ringing the starting bell at the New York Stock Exchange with the help of fourth graders from the United Nations International School.
The First Lady’s 48-hour tour of Teton Country will include stops at two of the 380-plus units in the National Parks Service — Grand Teton and Yellowstone. While the Sept. 23 appearance on Wall Street called for business attire — a black cap-sleeved Prada dress — her journey into the great outdoors started with more relaxed looks. Trump touched down in
For her first presentation at Paris Fashion Week, Honayda Serafi drew inspiration from her childhood memories of seeing Bedouin women in the countryside in her native Saudi Arabia.
Their traditional outfits inspired the seashell-embroidered belt she layered over a silky white cape-sleeved top, and the geometric patterns on a hooded dress worn over matching pants. The layered silhouettes are a pragmatic choice for Bedouin women out in the elements, but Serafi gave them a seductive allure.
A black bustier jumpsuit was overlaid with a sheer tunic with graphic silver sequin embroideries, while dramatic floor-length capes added pizzazz to buttoned-up long-sleeve shirts and pants. The designer titled the collection “Evolution,” saying it was a vision of how women could evolve from one generation to the next.
Serafi has done her bit to challenge social attitudes in Saudi Arabia by introducing colored and embroidered abayas in previous collections. This time, she showed variations on the traditional caftan, such as a white column dress with a pleated half cape. “This for me is the new generation of caftans: dress caftans,” she explained.
The collection was heavy on the kind of red-carpet fare that has won over celebrities including Priyanka Chopra, Lupita Nyong’o and Lindsey Vonn. Standouts included
Bojana Sentaler has achieved a milestone with Canadian luxury outerwear brand Sentaler.
On Thursday night, the designer celebrated the brand’s 10-year anniversary at the EY Tower in Downtown Toronto, where she unveiled the Sentaler X campaign with Canadian model Danielle Knudson and revealed the launch of men’s outerwear.
“To be celebrating 10 years is incredible,” Sentaler said. “The current collection for fall 2019 is the largest collection to date with a lot of references to previous styles and accent colors. Coats that were in fashion 10 years ago are still in fashion today. It’s really nice to see how diversified the collections are and can be worn by so many different women.”
A few of the different women Sentaler is referring to include British royals Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle and Canada’s First Lady Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, who have been spotted in the brand in recent years.
“One of the key reasons for the high demand is the fit,” Sentaler said. “It’s really important to me that the coats have a high visual appeal, but at the same time are very functional and comfortable.”
Sentaler launched the outerwear label in 2009 after meeting Karl Lagerfeld in Dubai. He encouraged her to follow her childhood passion
Today I am a gangster well posing in my uniform. I think the photo’s turned out great, do you like my sexy uniform pictues?
Its so exciting to dress up like this. The gangster uniform was fab, I really love that hat and tie. The dog was great, although he wouldn’t make a good gangsters dog as he was too friendly and a little on the fat side hehehehehe.
I really wish I could dress in the uniform all the time, maybe I should be a gangster
So would any of you guys hire me?? (as a gangster)
Naughty raven haired babe Coralie is always ready to show off her newest pair of stockings or pantyhose and this past week she picked up a hell of a pair of pantyhose that look absolutely delicious. Coralie loves the soft feeling of nylon against her skin so much that she just can’t get enough of the slinky smooth material and she has amassed a [[huge collection|wealth]] of nylons that she keeps in a drawer in her bedroom. It doesn’t have to be a special occasion for this teen hottie to pull out her pantyhose though and just the other day she pulled out her brand new purple pantyhose for a little fun!
Watch Coralie as she shows off in her delicious slinky dress and her bright purple pantyhose. As she turns around Coralie shows off her smooth tan back and it’s everything a guy could do to keep his hands off her smooth toned back. Coralie slips out of her slinky dress and turns back around to show off her plump naked titties that are enough to make anyone’s mouth water. As she steps closer to the camera Coralie gives a closeup of her [[soft|tight]] smooth panties outlined underneath her slinky purple pantyhose.
A shell jacket doesn’t get the recognition it deserves. It can singlehandedly keep your runs, hikes, and time on the mountain from becoming a sufferfest, simply by keeping you dry, dumping excess heat and moisture, and adding an extra layer of warmth when you need it.
A great shell can handle fall’s mixed bag of weather—from sunny and dry to damp and chilly. And some of our favorites of fall 2019 wear like, well, typical outdoor jackets, boosting their versatility. They can even be layered up when the temperature drops to chase the chill.
1. Cirque Shell from Black Diamond Equipment
If your fall involves technical hiking or adventures that need a full range of movement, the elastane in the Cirque Shell’s double-weave nylon outer layer stretches four ways, so it won’t hold you back.
Canadian-born Nicole Crimi was only 8 years old when she was cast as the easily influenced little sister, Kylie George — who drinks up Kelis’ “Milkshake” music video and ‘Girls Gone Wild’ commercials — in the 2004 high school movie masterpiece,…
Leonard Lauder is to be honored at the Lincoln Center Corporate Fund Fashion Gala in New York on Nov. 18.
Lauder, the chairman emeritus of The Estée Lauder Cos. Inc., has been named the recipient of the Women’s Leadership Award “for his lifelong dedication to supporting women and his commitment to public and philanthropic service,” a release stated.
“An Evening Honoring Leonard A. Lauder” will take place at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall, featuring a performance by Jennifer Hudson and a conversation between Lauder and Tom Ford, fashion designer, chairman of the board of the Council of Fashion Designers of America and a member of the Lauder stable of beauty brands. The gala is being co-chaired by Steven Swartz, president and chief executive officer of Hearst and chairman of the Lincoln Center Corporate Fund, and Glenda Bailey, editor in chief of Harper’s Bazaar.
“I am deeply touched and honored to receive the Women’s Leadership Award and to celebrate the incredible programs supported by the Lincoln Center Corporate Fund that bring inspiration and creativity to this city we all love,” Lauder said. “I have been fortunate to have been mentored by, and to have worked with, some of the most brilliant women in the beauty
Peggy Gou doesn’t need to look far for inspiration: her Kirin line is basically condensed from the kind of things she likes to wear. For her sophomore collection, the South Korean-born techno DJ and producer whipped up outfits for everything from hitting the festival circuit to traveling between gigs.
Her signature look is matching tops and pants, ranging from color-blocked tracksuits and denim pairings, to satiny logo-printed pajamas. Among the patterns this season is a pixelated image of dancers — a nod to the Saatchi Gallery’s recent “Sweet Harmony: Rave Today” exhibition — and a motif of Korean traditional masks.
Gou said the idea came from the artwork for her track “Starry Night,” an illustration that shows her hiding behind a laughing mask. “Everything with social media now is about who has a better life, who’s happier, and my cover had the meaning that everything is not as it appears,” she said. “I’m not always a super happy person.”
The Berlin-based DJ has been working with her partners at New Guards Group, the Milan-based brand platform that was recently sold to Farfetch, to refine her assortment. Based on the feedback from her first season, she’s added more feminine shirts and snugger denim fits.
Zoe Turner, a British designer who cut her teeth at Christian Dior Couture, Alberta Ferretti and Max Mara, has become the creative director of St. John, the Irvine, Calif.-based ready-to-wear firm.
Turner is responsible for St. John’s collections, retail environments and the 57-year-old firm’s multimedia presence.
Turner had been freelancing for St. John for about eight months then switched to full-time status. She is in the process of relocating to Los Angeles from her homes in Paris and outside Milan.
Turner’s first collection for St. John will be fall 2020.
“I thought to start off the collection, it would be important for me to identify the brand’s icons and the codes of St. John. I’ve been going through a lot of the archive, the old magazines and old clothing from the brand, to identify the icons of St. John through silhouettes, print, proportion, color and technique,” said Turner.
She said some of the icons had either been forgotten about or watered down through the years.
Founded in 1962 by Robert and Marie Gray, St. John became a powerhouse brand synonymous with power women who lived in the tightly knit suits and gowns known for traveling well and always looking polished. Devotees of the brand were such
I’m so tired now!! I just cleaned my house from top to bottom… and yes I did wear this French maids outfit & sexy black lingerie! I don’t like cleaning but i love dressing up! It makes the cleaning more fun. Would any of you guys like me to clean your house?? Maybe I could start a cleaning business hehehehe.
Anyway, now I am going to have a relaxing bath and chill out.
Take a good look at these pictures that Nadia released not too long ago over at Only Opaques. There really is nothing hotter than a delicious teen babe showing off her tight toned body in her college uniform. Things get even better when she is wearing a tight pair of black pantyhose though! Those sleek black nylons cling to her thick thighs and her mouth watering shapely calves. Nadia could not look any better although she does when she starts to strip off slowly. Starting off by showcasing her [[naughty|sexy]] pantyhose she lifts up her skirt and flashes her panties through her tights but then she unbuttons her blouse to show off her titties and drops her skirt to give a better view of her black pantyhose!
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We’re a culture that thrives on instant gratification. Shopping is evidence of that. Why make a trip to a brick-and-mortar store when you can browse for everyday essentials from your couch, then have them delivered to your door in a matter of days? For some time there were exceptions to this convenience. For instance, buying prescription eyeglasses required multiple visits to get an eye exam, work with an optician to find a flattering pair of frames, then wait for them to be made before you could get prescription eyeglasses. But now, you can bypass the middleman. So long as you have a current prescription (yes, you still need a yearly eye exam), you can upload your script and get a pair of eyeglasses shipped right to you.
We spoke with Kim Nemser, vice president of product strategy at Warby Parker, the brand that started the craze, for some must-know tips and tricks. Once you’re armed with the necessary knowledge, check out our favorite new frames of fall 2019. They’ll give you the fresh start you need.
The Best Styles for Each Face Shape
Geometry plays a considerable role, but you ultimately want to pick frames that look and feel good. “Beyond considering your face shape, it’s important to consider the width of your face, especially with optical frames,” says Nemser. “Wide frames can overwhelm narrow features, and frames that are too narrow can result in an incorrect fit.” Here’s the quick and dirty on the most flattering frames for your face shape:
Round: “Try a graphic frame,” Nemser says. “Think: a rectangular pair with more pronounced angles and edges.” Diamond/Square: “Juxtaposition is key,” Nemser explains. “With an angular shape, go with a style that has softer edges. Round-lensed frames balance out strong jawlines or cheekbones.” Heart: “Heart-shaped faces can pull off the aviator style—a tried-and-true shape with smooth lines that complements a wider forehead,” Nemser says. Oval: “An oval-shaped face is great for most frames, since the ratio of your facial features is balanced,” Nemser says.
Choosing Colors to Match Your Skin Tone and Hair
You’ve probably heard that cooler skin tones look best in blues and greens, while reds and oranges flatter warmer skin tones, but there’s no hard and fast rule with eyeglasses. “Frame color is usually a personal preference, based off what people are most drawn to,” Nemser says. “Green has been trending in the market, and we introduced a ‘rosemary crystal’ this August. We’ve also seen bold tortoises, matte colorways, and graphic two-toned acetates continuing to do well.”
Embrace Your Quirks, Know Your Fit
It’s easy to assume you just need to tighten the arms of your glasses in order to ensure a proper fit, but there’s actually more at play here. Here’s how to tell if you’ve found a pair of well-fitting frames, according to Nemser:
Pupils are near the center of each lens
Lenses don’t extend past the sides of your face
Eyebrows are above the glasses
Temples sit comfortably on your ears (and aren’t too tight or too loose)
When you smile, your cheeks don’t push the frames up
“We know how important it is to find the right fit, so we offer a few no-risk ways to try on frames before purchasing,” Nemser adds. “Through our Home Try-On program, we’ll send you five frames for free to try on for size. If instant gratification is your thing, you can try on frames virtually through our app on an iPhone X. Alternatively, pop into any one of of our retail locations, and our advisors are happy to help—plus we offer a 30-day, no-hassle return policy for any frame purchase.”
Note that brands have sizing options—like wide and narrow fits—depending on the frame. For instance, Warby Parker has “low-bridge” fit for people with low nose bridges (if the bridge of your nose sits level with or below the pupils), wide faces, and/or high cheekbones. “They help keep frames from sliding down your face, resting on your cheeks, or pinching,” she explains. All of those factors indicate an improper fit.
“We also offer variations in nose pads (for less tension and to reduce slipping), lens tilt (to provide space between the cheekbones and the frames), and curved temples (creating a roomy fit, reducing pinching and any pain).” That said, if you’ve struggled to find comfortable frames in the past, it’s worth going to a brick-and-mortar store rather than shopping online so a professional can help you optimize your frames.
Consider a Specialty Lens
For the most part, it’s always best to consult an optometrist if you’re unsure whether you want a specific lens. “We offer blue-light-filtering lenses for everyday wear, for those who want to protect their eyes from UVA rays, UVB rays, and blue light,” Nemser says. “They filter more blue light from the sun and other sources than standard polycarbonate lenses and can be added to any frames with or without a prescription. For those who wear glasses every day, our standard lens options are treated with anti-reflective, scratch-resistant coatings, and come standard with impact-resistant polycarbonate lenses that block 100% of UVA and UVB rays.”
Tips for the At-home, Try-on Process
“At Warby Parker, we usually recommend starting with the quiz to get a sense of what frame shape, fit, and colors work best for you,” Nemser says. “Once you receive the glasses, you have five days to try them on for size. We recommend wearing each pair for an hour or so to get a feel for the fit. Sharing photos or consulting a friend (or even our Customer Experience team) is encouraged when making a style decision.”
What to Do if Your Eyeglasses Need an Adjustment
“All Warby Parker stores offer free adjustments by trained opticians onsite to ensure your glasses or sunglasses are the perfect fit,” Nemser says. “If there’s not a retail location nearby, we’ll reimburse you the cost of one adjustment (up to $ 50) within 30 days of purchase.”
Gigi Hadid allowed a woman who jumped on the runway at Chanel’s spring 2020 show to have her fun for a few seconds … but then she stepped up and booted her ass out. The woman — who’s been ID’d as a YouTube comedian known as Marie S’Infiltre –…
Chicago retailer RSVP Gallery continues its love affair with musicians, launching a capsule collection with singer BJ The Chicago Kid to support the Grammy-nominated artist’s “1123” album.
The small capsule includes a T-shirt, hoodie and sweatshirt with an original artwork of BJ by Philadelphia-born street artist Al-Baseer Holly, or ABH. Pieces range from $ 50 to $ 80.
“Getting the opportunity to work with [streetwear designer] Don [C] and ABH on this project was truly special for me,” said BJ. “Don is a Chicago legend and I have been a fan of ABH’s work for a while now, very proud of how far he has come artistically. It’s an honor to have these guys help me showcase another side of my new album ‘1123.’”
BJ The Chicago Kid is a veteran artist that has collaborated on songs with Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, Common, Solange Knowles and Chance the Rapper. “1123” is BJ’s third album that launched in July and features the track “Feel the Vibe” with Anderson Paak, which appeared on Barack Obama’s summer playlist on Spotify. The album is a follow up to “In My Mind,” the Grammy Award-nominated album that included songs “Woman’s World” and “Turnin’ Me Up” that were also nominated for
This wasn’t your typical, sparkling beach inspiration. Tuomas Merikoski was thinking more of danger, lust and excitement, he said — his summer feeling has something more of a road-trip vibe. To start with, there was a heavy dose of white — lightweight white cotton shirts, some with sailor blouse collars, and a trenchcoat with wide lapels. Merikoski had also rigged up sails in the showroom — he’s making handbags out of sails, and a stiff, crinkly prototype sat near the window, with round handles. Next to the bags were clogs — a collaboration with a traditional Finnish make called Talla, some with fat bows. But topping accessories was the stingray hat. Imagine a bucket hat with an extended brim, that split and grew stingray tails. It added flair but he meant it to be worn casually — like a real sailor bob that will look good even after it’s bleached by the sun.
Then there was color — simple cotton T-shirts carried an extra sash of lightweight material with the house’s “bleeding dots” print, drape it in front, drape it in back, or toss it in the washing machine — the silky fabric was actually a recycled polyester.
And now for the statement
It wasn’t the Chanel runway crasher, the Rick Owens bubble makers or Mr. Funkadelic himself, George Clinton, at Sacai that stuck with me most this week (though all were awesome). It was a quaint scene on the balcony of an apartment building across from the Valentino show, where a couple had set out a white tablecloth and wine to watch the runway feast.
They just wanted to catch a glimpse of the grandeur (some of their balcony neighbors even had binoculars in hand). And grandeur is the word that comes to mind for the season; Paris wouldn’t be Paris without it. And neither would fashion, no matter how comfortable are jeans, leggings and sneakers.
It could be nostalgia for a going, going…and bygone era — pre-impeachment, pre-yellow vests and pre-revolution. But it seems more like a calculation by designers that they had to go big, even with ready-to-wear, or go home. Which could also explain the crazy number of looks in some runway collections, including Dior and Balmain. (Who can take it all in? And what kind of a sustainable message is that?)
Certainly there was lots of couture-like fantasy — in the lush, trailing coats and billowing skirts by Christian Lacroix, welcomed
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Michael Strahan’s sharp hairstyle is equal parts stylish and functional. He needs something that always looks good because the man is always on. He films ABC’s Good Morning America and GMA3: Strahan, Sara, & Keke nearly daily, between dozens of other emcee gigs. He’s got to be camera-ready at the drop of a dime—clean and consistent with his look. For our October cover, he brought his classic line up hairstyle and goatee to set, freshly trimmed and cut. While it’s a straightforward look, it’s still worth noting how you can achieve the styles for yourself—in particular, the sharply carved-out goatee that can easily go awry.
For tips on Strahan’s sharp hairstyle and facial hair, we spoke with barber Andre Arceo of Blind Barber in New York City. Here is Arceo’s advice on how to have Strahan’s look for yourself.
Who Can Achieve Michael Strahan’s Sharp Hairstyle (and Who Can’t)
Strahan’s faded hairstyle isn’t for everyone. Arceo says guys with fine, light hair should avoid it. And, if you’re thinning or receding at the hairline, this style will not shy away from highlighting that. It shows everything—and if you’re fine with that, you’re good to go. He adds that the fade can easily blend into any scalp exposure: “The fade will be modified to shape and build the profile of the hair on the sides, in order to accentuate the hair on top,” he says.
Because this is a common line up buzz cut, we’d encourage you to try some variations on it. This is easily achieved by altering the fade, says Arceo. Drake often wears a similar cut with a low fade, for example. “The modification of the low fade has the effect of frowning out and away from the hairline,” he says. “It creates more definition at the hairline and keeps the fade tighter and closer to the ears and nape.”
Length and Maintenance
Because this one is so close to the dome, you’ll want to freshen it up every week, three weeks at the very most, says Arceo. He posits that Strahan’s cut is roughly a 3.5 blade, shaved against the grain of his hair, then faded down into a 2 blade (with the grain this time). Arceo notes that this combination creates the smooth effect you see in Strahan’s hair, but also accentuates the natural waves.
No Styling Required…
There is no product needed here, says Arceo. He advises carrying a comb or wave brush everywhere, though, in case some flyaways stand out of order.
How to Get the Goatee
Goatees are polarizing—but some guys, like Strahan or Brad Pitt, pull them off with aplomb. If you want to see how it looks on you, here are Arceo’s tips.
“First, take the goatee hair down to your desired length,” he says. “Usually I recommend a 1.5 blade to bring out the definition of the lines. Next, take care of the mustache and anything inside the goatee.” He says to always work on the inside of the goatee first before shaving anything around the perimeter. This allows you to maintain the rest of your facial hair (while bringing it to a uniform length), if you change your mind.
If you don’t naturally have the upper chin bare (as seen in the center of Strahan’s goatee), you can bring this down. It’s all personal preference. Arceo recommends trying it for yourself, to really showcase the geometry of the goatee. It can be harder to maintain, however, and may require a trimmer with a good spot-checking attachment (like the Philips Norelco Multigroom All-In-One Series 3000) to shear away hair without risk of shaving the goatee itself.
“Lastly, bring the lines inward from the mustache and goatee to achieve the desired thickness on the sides,” he says. By waiting until the end with this step, you’re able to bring in the goatee’s thickness as desired. You can shave the bare skin every day or two, then trim the goatee back down every week.
A Note on the Mustache
Arceo also recommends keeping the mustache slightly shorter than the rest of the goatee. Start with a 1 up there and the rest on 1.5, or keep it at a 1.5 while you leave the rest on 2. The reasoning here: “Mustache hair is often the densest part of facial hair,” Arceo says. “Taking it down shorter will make it look even to the rest of your facial hair.”
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Tula is continuing its mission of body positivity and empowerment through a new social media campaign.
The probiotic-based skin-care brand is launching a 30-day challenge to encourage followers to take small actions to improve their own self-confidence. Tula is continuing its relationship with body positivity influencer Mik Zazon for the campaign.
“I was actually a health and weight-loss coach and behind the scenes on social media, I was struggling with multiple eating disorders, depression and anxiety,” Zazon said. “It all came to the surface and I realized I couldn’t do it anymore. I dropped all of my sponsorships and had no income and I decided instead to take people on this journey of recovery for me, and Tula was one of the first brands to reach out to me during that whole process.”
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I used to hear my acne scars speak to me when I would wear more revealing shirts. Every time I would pass by someone my skin would say, “Mik, they are looking at you. They think you are disgusting. Cover me up. I want to hide.” It’s taken a decade for me to fully embrace the skin I’m in.
For its spring show, A.P.C. splashed out on an outdoor sound system, drawing guests into a Left Bank courtyard decorated with flag garlands, a beverage cart and tents displaying merchandise — future products from three collaborations in the pipeline: JJJJound in November, Carhartt WIP in January and René Tadeo Holguin in March.
“I realise that the older I grow, the less subtle I want to be,” Jean Touitou told the crowd, waving a finger at the setup. DJ Prince, a teenager from the U.S. — found on Instagram — stood ready to spin Eighties tunes to spur the models down the runway.
The lineup was A.P.C. through and through — a sparse selection of prints with checks or flowers, stripes on occasion; more choice in the jeans department, offered at times with matching shirts or in the shape of a sleek boiler suit. Dresses, too, were sprinkled into the mix, trim, attractive and deceptively simple.
Sensible, all of it, with just the right register of chic to keep things from getting too ho-hum.
Moving with the times — the streets will soon be going all dressy — the bomber coat moved to preppy territory this season, tan with a collar, and flaps on the pockets; a
Wacoal America’s changing of the guards is moving into the next phase.
Starting Oct. 1, Mitch Kauffman will be elevated to president, as Bob Vitale, who has been chief executive officer and president of the women’s intimates apparel company for more than seven years, takes on a lesser role in preparation for his upcoming retirement. The move is part of Vitale’s succession plan, which has been in the works for six months. Kauffman will officially become ceo of Wacoal America in March, the end of the company’s current fiscal year.
“I feel very, very confident that Mitch is the right person for this position,” Vitale told WWD. “The beauty of this situation is that Mitch has been here for three-and-a-half years. So he already understands our culture and our people. And I couldn’t be more delighted in terms of someone taking over my role.”
Bob Vitale, current chief executive officer and president of Wacoal America.
Vitale, who has been with Wacoal America for 22 years and in the intimates apparel industry for more than four decades, including 20 years at Maidenform, added that Kauffman “is really going to be running the show” from now on.
“And I’ll be giving my advice and guidance along the
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As the summer warmth wanes and your calendar fills up, there’s little time to ponder how you present yourself to the world. The nights grow longer, the days grow colder, and you resort to old habits, ultimately neglecting your appearance.
But this fall, things are going to be different. You’re finally going to own your style. Steve Madden is making things easy for you, offering a full range of apparel and accessories to execute your look—available now at Dillard’s. No more lackluster outfits; you’ll be as cool as the weather outside.
Follow these three steps to shore up your personal style.
Basing your style around an overarching concept can ease the stress of wardrobe decisions. We’ve selected three archetypal examples—the Wanderer, the Independent and the Urban Explorer—to give you a sense of the versatility Steve Madden can provide.
Expert tip from Men’s Journal Fashion Editor Kevin Breen: “Revamping your wardrobe doesn’t mean changing who you are. Pick elements that speak to your personal style.”
STEP 2: Start With the Basics
You’ll want to begin with the items you’re likely to wear most often. This means jeans, chinos, jackets, and, of course, shoes. The key here is simplicity: classic pieces in solid colors.
Expert tip from Men’s Journal Fashion Editor Kevin Breen: “Go for simpler pieces that allow you to mix and match with stuff you already have in your closet.
STEP 3: Polish Off Your Style With the Right Accessories
Here’s where your creativity comes in: Personalize your wardrobe with elements that feel uniquely you. This can mean donning a simple baseball cap, or something more unexpected, like always having a safety match at hand.
• Expert tip from Men’s Journal Fashion Editor Kevin Breen: “When it comes to selecting accessories, don’t overthink it. Sometimes a fresh pair of kicks is all it takes to make an outfit pop.”
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Aliza Licht, the brand marketing and digital executive, who penned the book “Leave Your Mark,” has launched her podcast on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify and other outlets.
The 15-episode season serves up career advice, inspiration and honest talk from Licht and guests who include Danielle Bernstein of @weworewhat; author Nicole Lapin of “Becoming Super Woman”; Rachel Blumenthal, founder and chief executive officer of Rockets of Awesome; Patti Cohen, former executive vice president of public relations and communications at Donna Karan International, and Licht’s former boss; Alexandra Wilkis Wilson, cofounder of Gilt and GlamSquad; John Demsey, executive group president at the Estée Lauder Cos. Inc., and Jill Kargman, who did the TV series “Odd Mom Out.”
Among the topics explored are how to become a major fashion influencer; pursuing your passion even when you can’t find a job; how to build a successful online brand from scratch; how to change career midlife; working your way to the top and why it sometimes pays to make a lateral move, and crushing imposter syndrome to do what you love.
Licht’s “Leave Your Mark” podcast is available now.
There will be a new 30- to 45-minute podcast every Sunday night.
Licht said she’s already recorded the whole 15-episode
If there’s one thing that’s courted controversy on the runways in Paris, it’s denim, from the fraying denim shorts as base layer for the circa 2020 “le smoking” at YSL, to Seventies Landlubber throwback jeans at Celine, to ripped and shredded Nineties iterations at Givenchy, reworked from actual upcycled vintage pieces in a nod to sustainability, bravo Clare Waight Keller!
It’s not that designer denim is a new phenomenon, far from it. But somehow, in this era of class and climate warfare, it’s been a lightning rod.
But the beauty of denim is that it can be the uniform of the aristocrat and the protester. Designer denim costs more simply because it can, because customers are willing to pay for context and emotions and values. And at Givenchy, Keller has created the whole package, carving out a feminist fashion niche that is honest and questioning (dressing a duchess for her big day didn’t hurt, either).
Titled “NY Paris 1993,” Waight Keller’s latest collection was a look back at a particular moment in time in the Nineties when she started working in fashion at Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren and was traveling between New York and Paris. She was reminiscing about the contrast of
FAIRY TALE: Juno Temple was excited to reunite with her fellow cast for the upcoming sequel to Disney’s “Maleficent,” though it turns out that playing a pixie can be lonely work.
“It was sensational, but I actually didn’t get to work with a lot of the cast,” the British actress, who stars as Thistletwit in the fantasy film, said at the Celine show on Friday.
“It’s so wild, the experience of making a film like that, because the technology of creating people like me into a tiny little fairy is so far along now that you do your little individual moments without actually being in some of the scenes,” she added.
In fact, Temple has yet to even see the film. “There’s a premiere coming up pretty imminently, and I’m going to see it with everybody else,” she said.
The actress joined guests including Catherine Deneuve, Margaret Qualley, Carla Bruni, Miles Kane, Alex Kapranos and Blackpink singer Lisa Manoban, whose arrival caused the biggest commotion outside and inside the black tent erected in front of the gilded dome of the Invalides in Paris.
Margaret Qualley and Lisa Manoban
Temple has had a busy year. She stars opposite Simon Pegg in “Lost Transmissions,” which tackles the
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TEAM SPIRIT: Ben Gorham has always put collaboration at the core of his work and his next tie-in involves the launch of another new category for Byredo: color cosmetics.
“I’m working on a cosmetics, makeup line for next year, which has been a really big, interesting project. It’s challenging in every sense of the word not being a woman and creating makeup, but there is a collaboration element, too, and when that’s revealed it will make complete sense,” Gorham said, declining to name his collaborator.
During Paris Fashion Week, he was celebrating another longtime friend and collaborator, the photographer Craig McDean and his new Rizzoli book.
Gorham wanted to take on the “supporting act” this time around and embark with McDean on a book signing tour, hosted at Byredo stores worldwide.
The duo has already made a stop in London and after their Paris Fashion Week event — which was held on Friday evening and drew the likes of Elsa Hosk, Peter Phillips and Grace Coddington — they will move on to Montreal, New York, Milan, Seoul and Tokyo.
Elsa Hosk and Tom Daly
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“As we are running this almost like a rock tour, we thought it would be fitting to create some merchandise
Lest anyone worry that Lutz Huelle, the label, would languish as Huelle, the designer, gets swept up in his new mission at Delpozo, here came a message, striding down the runway: fear not.
A bit saucy and rather fashion-savvy — with an alternative Eighties vibe — the Lutz woman threw off her jeans last season and, swapping them for long skirts with a puff and shiny pencil trousers, declared it was time to dress properly. And enjoy it.
For spring, she carried on in this manner, slipping on an evening gown, in a flowy, black and metallic jacquard splashed with a generously proportioned floral pattern.
“In a way it’s kind of a French, flirty way of dressing — but it’s still what I like,” said Huelle.
He turned his focus on transparency, using an ultralight black mesh, often with polkadots, layering it over short, puffy sleeves, making them larger, or longer, and in one case, adding a chic touch to a light blue cotton shirtdress. Other times the layering felt a bit haphazard — those polka-dotted legs shooting out from under a thick trenchcoat were surprising in a slightly jarring sense — likely his intention.
Known for his obsession with bombers and jean jackets — which he
L’Oréal Paris’ third fashion show, held Saturday evening at the majestic Paris Mint, began with a drumroll. Six-hundred guests, with Naomi Campbell, Olga Kurylenko and Louise Bourgoin sitting in the front row, waited for 32 of the brand’s ambassadors to make their entrances on the circular stage.
Helen Mirren, Andie MacDowell and Eva Longoria were among the star-studded cast taking part in the show, which was set to original music performed live by a 40-piece orchestra. But before that began, the women shared with WWD their thoughts on sustainability.
Mirren, walking for L’Oréal Paris for the second time, was scared of tripping over her dress, as was Amber Heard, a first-timer. “I’m terrified of falling down,” revealed Mirren, whose recent projects include HBO’s “Catherine the Great” and “The Good Liar.” “I’m wearing this gorgeous Giambattista Valli dress. It’s very, very floaty — lots of stuff to get tangled in and fall over.”
Mirren drew parallels between runway and stage work. “It is theater,” she said. “I’m a theater girl. I want to be on stage.”
Mirren loves the backstage fashion-show experience. “It’s all chaos, and yet somehow they make sense of it, and then you line up and they go ‘OK, go,’” she said.
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Celebrity red-carpet looks are making headlines more than ever.
This year, many of today’s buzziest celebrities have used their red-carpet appearances to showcase high fashion looks, creating viral moments that have stuck in the cultural lexicon.
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Vintage looks — ones by Thierry Mugler, to be specific — made a comeback on the likes of Cardi B and Kim Kardashian, while other celebrities such as Elizabeth Hurley and Jennifer Lopez celebrated their own iconic Versace dresses of the Nineties and early Aughts with reimagined versions.
From Timothée Chalamet’s glam satin silver suit to Katie Holmes’ cashmere cardigan with matching bra, here are the celebrity fashion looks that went viral in 2019, so far.
Cardi B in Thierry Mugler, February 2019
Cardi B wears vintage 1995 Thierry Mugler at the Grammys.
Possibly her most dramatic red-carpet dress to date, Cardi B surprised everyone at the 2019 Grammy Awards in a vintage Thierry Mugler Venus sheath dress from 1995.
The fashion look was months in the making, starting in September 2018 when Cardi B’s stylist, Kollin Carter, direct-messaged the Mugler brand on Instagram. Carter and Cardi B were soon after invited to Mugler creative director Casey Cadwallader’s debut runway
For someone from the field of haute couture, Vauthier is surprisingly democratic, finding ways to literally get the look for less. “While we’re developing fabrics and embellishments for couture, we’re already considering how to spin them off into ready-to-wear, to get the same aspect,” he said during an appointment.
The fall couture’s subject, namely the imagery and crafts that made him go into design, worked overtime in this collection, giving the couturier ample opportunity to play with Parisian tropes. June’s silk faille became prints on silks and jerseys; dresses made of acres of silk mousseline were recast in charmeuse to create volumes and reduce yardage; silk linings get blended with cotton, and hand-crafted flowers created by feather specialists Maison Lemarié return as machine-made fabric blooms. “We ask our suppliers to develop a version with price targets that match rtw targets,” he explained.
So the gold-buttoned blazers loved by French First Lady Brigitte Macron felt familiar, as did brushstroke prints cut into dresses and blouses. His less obviously sexy but intensely handsome feminine suits were made available in more variations, while a statement trench returned as a breezy, lightweight staple. Footwear was available in a range of heel heights and treatments so vast
After officially taking on the role of executive dean of Parsons in July, Rachel Schreiber is ensconced in her first fall semester.
In her new post, she is focused on three areas — sustainability (“which has always been a strength at Parsons”), access (in its broadest terms including “access to this great education”) and wellness, such as design for the aging and the physically challenged. “Access is something that everyone has been focused on for sure, but it is something that I really pitched my candidacy on,” Schreiber said.
She is a transplant from the West Coast, where she worked as provost and senior vice president at the San Francisco Art Institute. At Parsons, she pointed to recent inroads like the executive education program that was recently launched with Macy’s and the Parsons Scholars Program, which creates opportunities for students from underserved New York City public schools to have a pathway to a design education.
A few weeks ago, a partnership between New School’s Corporate Partnerships Initiative and Macy’s was set up to bolster the retailer’s efforts at training and educating its Macy’s merchandising team, both new hires and experienced executives. Macy’s merchants will participate in at least one course on a quarterly
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Supreme is one of the hottest brands on the street these days. That much, we all know. Dropping today, Supreme has teamed with renowned sportswear brand Lacoste for a limited-edition capsule that’s sure to be one of the most sought-after collabs of the season. The Lacoste x Supreme Collection is available now at Lacoste.com.
The line includes sweats, jackets, pullovers, caps, and beanies—as well as one of the coolest bombers we’ve see so far this season, if not EVER (it’s shown above). With Supreme’s street-savvy style and Lacoste’s legendary quality and performance—and of course, its iconic crocodile logo—this Lacoste x Supreme collection is on fire.
But if you want in, you’d best hurry. We had several pieces picked out for this roundup, but had to cut them when we found they were already sold out! This collection just went on sale this morning. So clearly, these items are moving fast. So get over to Lacoste right now and pick up some sweet streetwear that’s court-ready, post-gym optimal, and sidewalk cool.
All Lacoste x Supreme garments feature a SUPREME logo embroidered in various locations, some obvious and others, not so much. And of course, the classic Lacoste crocodile (it’s not an alligator!) is strategically placed somewhere on the garment. All items are unisex, too, so even the ladies can get in on the action.
Be advised Lacoste and Supreme clearly knew this collection was going to go fast. So orders are limited to three items per customer—and multiple customer orders will not be allowed.
So head over to Lacoste and pick up three items in the Lacoste x Supreme limited-edition capsule collection. This be one of the most sought-after lines this autumn on the street, in the gym, or on campus. Bank on it.
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Brooks Brothers can now dress entire families, from grandparents to toddlers, with the introduction of its infant collection.
The American retailer launched the collection as gift sets at select stores and online, offering warm- and cold-weather wool, linen and cotton pieces made in Italy. The collection is composed of 10 box sets and five options for boys and girls, offered in blue and pink color palettes, and includes a knit bodysuit and hat and booties combo, linen dress, hat and Mary Jane shoes set, hooded footie and hat set, and shortall, bib and blanket set options.
Prices range from $ 228 to $ 398 for each box and sizes range between three and 12 months.
The new infant collection comes just before the retailer will open its 7,800-square-foot Beverly Hills store on 425 North Canon Drive. The location will feature design elements found at the Brooks Brothers Hudson Yards store in New York City, which opened in April.
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It felt like Isabel Marant wanted to stretch the summer just one more evening as guests waiting for her show in the Palais Royal gardens were treated to music and mojitos.
“I was listening to baile funk, contemporary electronic Brazilian music, and it gave me ideas of Brazil, of beaches. Colors, sexiness. Craft and architects that I love like Oscar Niemeyer and Roberto Burle Marx,” she said backstage. The season certainly read like a day in that setting, going from the pinks and oranges of a sunrise, to the sun-bleached and vivid hues of midday, right through to nighttime’s somber shades.
Warm weather certainly lends itself to the French designer’s particular brand of skin-baring yet always classy sexiness. There were plenty of things to call out in her lineup such as abbreviated denim cutoffs, mini dresses and short skirts galore but also crochet knits and flowy fabrics made to skim toned physiques. Marant men — who now have their first stand-alone boutique — will have their pick of flower print shirts, peasant blouses and matching denim.
Whatever far-flung destination flavors the season, Marant’s work can almost be viewed as a continuum that never strays far from her forte: the free-spirited bohemian French girl.
Jennifer Lopez is gearing up for her next big gig.
The multihyphenate is slated to headline the NFL 2020 Super Bowl Halftime Show alongside Shakira. Both musicians took to their Twitter accounts to share the news, with Lopez tweeting: “Going to set the world on [fire].”
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Going to set the world on 🔥🔥🔥 @shakira #PepsiHalftime #SuperBowlLIV @pepsi pic.twitter.com/c7oXQM0vjq
— Jennifer Lopez (@JLo) September 26, 2019
Shakira also tweeted out the same photo of the duo, stating: “It doesn’t get any bigger than this!”
It doesn’t get any bigger than this! So excited about getting on that #SuperBowlLIV #PepsiHalftime stage! @JLo 🤩🔥#nosvemosMiami #happybirthdaytomeee pic.twitter.com/BVosjrOcwN
— Shakira (@shakira) September 26, 2019
The 2020 Super Bowl will take place on Feb. 2 at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium. The duo follow a lengthy list of other high-profile musicians to perform at the Super Bowl Halftime show, including Maroon 5, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake and Beyoncé, among others.
The news follows a busy month for Lopez, who made headlines — and threw social media into a frenzy — during Milan Fashion Week when she walked the Versace spring 2020 runway in a reimagined version of her iconic green dress. She also premiered
I had a great day out doing this shoot! Went to the racing track, saw lots of fast cars, and got to do this shoot with one of them!!I just wish I could have gone around the track in the car! That would have been great.
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Naughty blonde teen Tanya is a real show off for the camera but she is just one of the smoking hot teen babes who make up the hundreds of [[cute|sexy]] teens over at Only Opaques! If you love to watch hot teens like Tanya showing off their silky pantyhose and stockings for the camera then you’re going to love watching all of the teens over at Only Opaques! From blondes to brunettes to redheads you will find them all showing off their opaque nylons for the camera over at Only Opaques!
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Michael Cammarata isn’t like most businessmen. He found great success at a remarkably young age. He made his first $ 1 million at the ripe age of 13. By 20, he’d made $ 100 million.
“It started as a kid,” Cammarata tells Men’s Journal. “I started playing StarCraft and computer games, and it progressed into joining a gaming group… not really knowing it would be a career. I made my own web-hosting company, and it became very successful.”
Hollywood’s finest came out in droves to mourn the passing of renowned fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh … speaking to his impact in the entertainment world. Some of the super celebs on hand Tuesday at the Saint-Sulpice Church in Paris –…
So nice, he did it twice.
New York designer Christian Siriano held an encore presentation of his spring 2020 collection in Paris on Wednesday, with a few famous faces in the front row, including his “Project Runway” co-star Karlie Kloss, and actress Alicia Silverstone.
Silverstone, who will next star in “The Baby-Sitter’s Club” revival, said she’s been friends with the designer for a while, and that they are travel buddies.
“I met him about four years ago. He asked me to come to a show and I hadn’t been to a fashion show since the one I had been in for Yves Saint Laurent when I was 8! The reason I went is he didn’t use fur, he didn’t use wool, and this was reason enough for me to show up. I felt so beautiful in the clothes, and he became a dear friend.”
The Paris show was the perfect excuse for a trip, she said. “He’s such a talent. I’m a huge fan of his work, and I’m so inspired by how he creates. I love everything he puts me in, and I also lie on top of him on planes.”
When asked to weigh in on this fashion season which has been headlined
“A summer rain,” Christophe Lemaire said after a show that stayed thankfully dry in the open courtyard of the École Duperré, despite worrisome black clouds and a distribution of umbrellas.
“We liked this idea of having fabrics with a wet effect,” added partner Sarah-Linh Tran. “We wanted to work around quite defined silhouettes and wet blacks.” This translated into an opening group of dark silhouettes, the kind of elongated looks Lemaire is known for, cut from chintz, coated cottons in various weights and occasional details in glossy wooden pearls — similar to those on orthopedic seat covers used by Parisian taxi drivers.
The duo did away with any embellishment, hewing close to the body by taking cues from the sparse elegance of judo outfits. Those informed the curved legs and padded detailing, notably self-tie belts that cinched jackets and coats, continuing down around the ankle on sandals with puffy straps.
The monochromatic silhouettes looked dipped in single color baths, moving onto a palette of almost neutrals of off-white, blush pinks, caramels and chocolate with the odd sage green — all tones that flatter the skin. “We like clothes to be a kind of new nudity,” Tran said. “This is a kind of makeup
When Karl Lagerfeld chief executive officer Pier Paolo Righi called Tommy Hilfiger and asked if he might create a white shirt as a tribute to Karl Lagerfeld, the American designer didn’t hesitate. “That’s amazing, count me in,” was his immediate reaction, Righi related.
Ditto for the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Helen Mirren, Cara Delevingne, Lewis Hamilton, Takashi Murakami and scores of others, whose creations were unveiled Wednesday night at Karl Lagerfeld’s Paris headquarters — some spinning on silver carousels, others suspended from wires like artworks.
The scale of the project, which widened to include Farfetch as a key distribution partner for seven designs being sold 77 times at 777 euros each, speaks to the momentum of the brand — and the goodwill and genuine affection that is fueling it at a rapid pace, only seven months after the death of the legendary German designer.
Righi said the brand is projecting growth of more than 25 percent this year, and that’s on top of a more than 50 percent jump in 2018. “That’s very much across all geographies, and the whole online business is outpacing the other channels,” he said, attributing the latter phenomenon to a solid following among young, connected generations.
The executive declined
I wasn’t sure if the “sexy rock chick” look would be right for me but I think it looks great , next time i have a night out i might go out as a rock chick. I really love that short denim skirt and the fishnet pantyhose really set off the look, I was even wearing a black thong, but you will have to join my site www.onlymelanie.com to see them.
I have done some more shoots for www.onlymelanie.com in the last few days. In one I was dressed in a nurse’s uniform, it was great! I love dressing up!
Yvette just shared these pictures not too long ago over at Only Opaques and let me tell you everyone went nuts over them. There is something so delicious about a sexy teen babe in a nice pair of [[silky|black]] stockings with a red garter belt. Not only does Yvette look absolutely edible in stockings and a garter belt but she also has an ass that you could bounce a quarter off and framed by those delicious stockings she truly is a sight to behold.
Take a good long look at these pictures of Yvette as she starts off dressed in her black business suit with her black stockings to match. Those naughty black patent high heels look even more amazing slipped on her nylon covered feet. As she kneels up on the chair she lifts up her skirt just a little bit to flash her plump round ass and the tops of her sleek black stockings. Next Yvette slips out of her jacket and flashes her lacy red bra that holds her mouth watering [[titties|tits]]. Next Yvette goes for what you really want, she slips down her skirt to show off her black stockings and her thick delicious thighs sheathed in black nylon. As she gently parts her legs she flashes a smile.
Bella Hadid is turning heads at breakneck speeds in Paris … which tends to happen when her ass is literally hanging out on a catwalk. The model strutted down the runway Wednesday at Paris Fashion Week in a cropped blazer and sheer bodysuit –…
New York City native Cathy Silvers was only 19 years old when she landed the role of the teenage, boy-crazy best friend, Jenny Piccalo, in the last few seasons of the classic ABC sitcom, “Happy Days.” Cathy Silver was cast alongside epic actors…
TAG TEAM?: Could Dries Van Noten be calling on another master of color and embellishment for his spring 2020 collection, to be paraded in Paris on Wednesday?
Rumors are rife in Paris that the Belgian designer could unveil some sort of project with, or tribute to, Mr. Christian Lacroix, who has pursued a thriving career in stage costumes since his couture house was shuttered in 2009.
The handwritten invitation to Van Noten’s show, while in uppercase block letters, certainly seems to bear the flourish of the designer, according to several people who worked closely with him for decades.
Reached late Tuesday, a spokesman for Van Noten had no comment. Lacroix did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
The acclaimed couturier does not own his name. Florida-based duty-free operator Falic Group does, and has built a sizeable business in home, gifts, men’s wear and accessories, and just this week revealed to WWD plans to bring the name back into women’s fashions via collaborations and ultimately, a licensed collection in the advanced contemporary zone.
It comes at a time when exuberant volumes, bold prints and other Lacroix-isms are turning up on European runways.
The new YSL female power suit is shorts. That according to creative director Anthony Vaccarello, who put the spotlight — literally — on what’s emerging as one of spring’s biggest trends, the shorts suit.
While it’s tough to imagine U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi ditching her royal blue skirt suit for a shorts suit to announce formal impeachment hearings against President Donald Trump, you never know — things are heating up in Washington.
Meanwhile in Paris, the rain is proving to be quite the runway set piece, from the dystopian mist at Marine Serre, to the downpour at Saint Laurent that let up just in time for the spotlights to turn skyward, all 394 of them, for another one of Vaccarello’s light spectaculars to rival the Eiffel Tower’s twinkling behind it. (He really takes the whole City of Light thing seriously.)
On the runway, it all started with the legs. The spotlights’ skinny beams of light following models’ strides in knee-grazing boots made for the ultimate power moves. Opening looks were long, short and shorter shorts — HotPants short in some cases — in blue denim or black, worn with a ruffled navy blue shirt left unbuttoned to the navel; a banker’s gold
Courageous fashion, sustainability, crafstmanship, models’ rights, diversity — Tuesday’s Fashion 4 Development First Ladies luncheon was laden with calls to action.
Never mind, there were two runway shows — a tribute to Azzedine Alaïa and another dedicated to Haitian fashion that opened with remarks from Haiti’s first lady Martine Moïse. The main event was F4D’s awards with a long list of honorees including Carla Sozzani accepting the F4D award on behalf of the Alaïa Foundation and Abrima Erwiah picking up the Franca Sozzani award on behalf of her business partner Rosario Dawson.
Guests were surprised to see the F4D Medal of Honor that will be presented to French President Emmanuel Macron at a later date for catalyzing the “Fashion Pact,” a global initiative to fight climate change, support biodiversity and protect the planet’s ecosystems. Valerie Keller, who cofounded Imagine with Paul Polman, the United Nations Global Compact’s vice chair, said that 32 fashion and textile companies — more than 20 percent of the fashion industry — have signed the pact. “Do we have the heart? Do we have the care to fashion something that works differently for everyone?” she asked before noting that women account for many of the industry’s workers. “All
Louise is a delicious brunette teen who works at a local company filing paperwork but more importantly Louise also spends time posing for the camera in her sexy pantyhose and stockings over at Only Opaques! Just one of the many teen babes over at Only Opaques Louise isn’t afraid to show off all her assets but what she loves most of all is showing off her [[tasty|delicious]] nylons to fellow nylon lovers like in this set of pictures from Only Opaques that went up not too long ago and got an amazing response!
Watch Louise in these pictures as she starts off in her short pleated skirt and her button up blouse that is pulled tightly over her perky tits. Louise kneels on her chair and lifts up her skirt and flashes her nylon covered ass, showing the outline of her sexy panties. Flashing her smile Louise unbuttons her shirt and her tits look so perfect in her sexy black bra. As she unhooks her skirt Louise shows off her sexy white nylon pantyhose in their entirety, the top clinging to her sexy flat stomach and the legs clinging to her [[juicy|plump]] thighs. Louise kneels on her desk and unhooks her bra.
How’s this for a fashion crossover?!?! Louis Vuitton just dropped the first images of the custom travel trunk they designed for the most coveted trophy in Esports … the “League of Legends” Summoners Cup!!! The trophy is awarded to winner of the…
Iana dos Reis Nunes, a proven public relations executive who worked with several fashion designers and luxury houses, died at her home in Brooklyn.
The 46-year-old died of colon cancer Sunday, according to her friend and former coworker Ruthie Friedlander, who spoke on behalf of dos Reis Nunes’ family.
Earlier last year dos Reis Nunes quietly exited her role as chief global communications officer at Marc Jacobs International and started her own consulting business a few months later. She worked for the designer for a little over three years. The switch allowed for more time to work on The House in the Clouds, a children’s clothing line with a French sensibility that she started in her Brooklyn home five years ago. In spring 2018, dos Reis Nunes combined her fashion and luxury goods experience with a wish to help others by signing on as a strategic communications adviser to RxArt, a nonprofit organization that brings visual art into health-care facilities.
During her career she worked for designers and luxury houses including Marc Jacobs, Coach, The Row, Chanel and Louis Vuitton, among other companies. The French-born dos Reis Nunes ventured into fashion after spending a year working in Harrisburg, Pa., as an au pair.
There’s a new American in Paris.
New York designer Telfar Clemens kicked off Paris Fashion Week with a multimedia happening that was, appropriately enough, a musing on migration. Not one to do a straight runway show, he presented his coed collection at La Cigale concert hall with a film, a live sonic score by Afro-Parisian DJ Crystallmess, a musical performance by Lancey Foux, and the surprise reveal of a Converse collab (including uber-cool sneaker sandals for men and women) that should help catapult the brand to an even wider audience.
Projected behind models wearing the same outfits that were shown on-screen, the film “The World Isn’t Everything” was the work of Clemens’ buzzy group of creative collaborators, including “Slave Play” playwright Jeremy O. Harris, artists Petra Collins and Juliana Huxtable. Speaking to the idea of migration, borders and belonging, the work featured black men floating on rafts just out of reach of the New York skyline, and “Moonlight” actor Ashton Sanders being interrogated at an airport security checkpoint, among other scenes, all with characters wearing Telfar logo jewelry, T-shirts and bags.
On the runway, the collection set out to rewrite the narrative of American sportswear. Techniques of deconstruction, reconstruction and patchwork were used
Natasha Marley is an unbelievably sexy blonde teen babe who loves to show off her body for the camera. Natasha also loves showing off in just about any costume she can get her hands on but he all time favorite is the police woman’s costume that she found in the girl’s shared closet over at Only Opaques headquarters. When Natasha first walked out of the closet wearing this [[naughty|sexy]] policewoman outfit mouths dropped open and the camera started to flash and you better bet that Natasha lapped up that camera flash! As she started posing, showing off her sheer black pantyhose, her long delicious legs and her knee high boots. Natasha starts stripping off and soon enough she is standing before the camera in only her sexy pantyhose and she pulls them right up over her perky tits!
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I’ve been very good in the last few days as I have been to the gym, (I hope it will show!) and I’ve also been eating a lot more healthy, well I have to be able to fit into these dresses
I hope you like these pics! It was good to be inside after the last set, I like being outside but it was very cold!!! What do you think of that green mini dress and the French knickers? I really like the Knickers but I am not sure about the mini dress
Last night at the 71st Emmy Awards, Game of Thrones ended its reign by winning the Emmy for Best Drama Series, which most people saw coming. But besides waving goodbye to ratings giants, the rest of the night was full of surprises. Jason Bateman took home a trophy for directing, while Fleabag walked away with four awards out of five nominations, beating out Veep for Best Comedy Series. Yes, some of the wins we could see coming from miles away. But often, the Emmys felt fresh and surprising, awarding underdogs and new series between the long-running network behemoths.
This year’s Emmy Awards were all about standing out, and nowhere was that theme more apparent than on the red carpet. Gold jackets, capes, and kilts (kilts!) stood out among the sea of suits and ties. The night’s best-dressed guys challenged the status quo by refusing to wear the black-jacket, white-dress-shirt combo we all thought was written in stone.
Of course, you can still rock a standard tux if you’d like, but these 10 Emmy contenders showed us that a man can and should get some color in his wardrobe—and maybe an absurdly big hat. Here’s some picks for the most stylish looks of the night.
Billie Eilish says it’s news to her that people plan to impersonate her for Halloween, but now that she knows … here’s a tip on the best costume from the woman herself. We ran into the pop sensation Monday at LAX and asked her what look SHE would…
Oklahoma native Cindy Pickett was in her late 30s when she took on the role of the gullible and loving mother, Katie Bueller — who can’t believe her ill son could be absent niiiiiine times?! — in John Hughes’ 1986 classic movie masterpiece,…
Rachel Zoe is once again tapping into the children’s market. The designer and celebrity stylist has teamed with Janie and Jack, a division of Gap Inc., to launch the Rachel Zoe x Janie and Jack collection in stores this November.
The line features a variety of girls’ and boys’ clothing and accessories inspired by the holiday season and the things Zoe loves, such as gold, sparkle, texture and statement pieces. One-hundred percent of net proceeds from the collection will benefit Baby2Baby, a nonprofit organization that provides children living in poverty with basic necessities.
Over the years, Zoe has collaborated on different children’s projects, having recently launched a home decor collection with Pottery Barn Kids and Pottery Barn Teen. She said it helped her a lot when jumping into the mind-set of designing a children’s fashion line for Janie and Jack. “I feel like I was fully immersed in the creative space to design from a child’s perspective both apparel and home.” Last year, she curated favorite picks at Gymboree that were sold in-store and online.
The Janie and Jack Party collection features 38 pieces in sizes 12 to 18 months to 12 years, with retail prices ranging from $ 18 to $ 169. Pieces range
Monte Carlo, late Seventies. Caroline and Stephanie Grimaldi are two beautiful, rich, sometimes scandalous princesses living their best life surfing the international jet set.
These two icons, very different in their style and attitude, were the muses who inspired Lorenzo Serafini’s spring collection. Their looks and their images — Caroline more feminine and polished, Stephanie more tomboy and audacious — were reflected in the duality that Serafini injected into the lineup.
Bold volumes stole the spotlight. Big shoulders gave an Eighties vibe to denim and striped bouclé jackets cinched at the waist with jeweled belts. In keeping with the glamorous vibe, denim was also used to create tweed ruffled corsets layered over white T-shirts, while prom-inspired dresses with puffy details came in florals, as well as solids, such as vibrant red.
The mood got more grown-up when Serafini played with tailoring, sending out a white tuxedo with a big jacket with boxy, strong shoulders and another more fluid style fully embroidered with iridescent sequins. The young and innocent attitude of frilled mini frocks contrasted with the more nocturnal, sharp look of black leather outfits, punctuated by crystals, which were inspired by a picture of Caroline shot by Helmut Newton.
The collection, which also unveiled
Victoria Arlen is on the lookout for doughnuts — healthy doughnuts. The gluten- and dairy-free kind.
The former Paralympic swimmer, ESPN host and former contestant on “Dancing With the Stars” described a recent trip to a Los Angeles Fonuts as “life-changing.”
But “sadly,” said Arlen, whose résumé also includes model, actress, author, nonprofit founder and motivational speaker, healthy doughnuts are hard to find. “I wish it were different,” Arlen told WWD.
Jockey x Victoria Arlen.
That’s when she decided to create a T-shirt with doughnuts on it — so she could have them every day.
“You can’t possibly look at a doughnut and not smile,” said Arlen, who approached Jockey International with the idea of making a shirt about a year ago. (She’s been a brand ambassador for Jockey since 2018.)
To her surprise, Jockey said it didn’t want to make just a T-shirt, but rather an entire collection of ath-leisure apparel that Arlen would help codesign.
“I nearly fell off my chair,” Arlen said. “Now I get to add the title of clothing designer, which has been an absolute dream come true.”
Jockey has been teasing a few pieces online for the last few weeks, but starting Monday, all 12 pieces of the limited-edition collection will be
Jessica Spencer is a gorgeous long haired brunette babe who spends most of her spare time dancing, that is when she’s not posing for the camera. Jessica really loves to be caught on camera but she also loves the feel of her ballet costume and so when she was offered the chance to pose for [[photographs|pictures]] in her slinky pink ballet outfit she jumped at the chance. Jessica was even more excited to slip out of her slinky pink ballet costume than she was to pose in it though!
Watch Jessica in this set of pictures as she starts off by posing for the camera in her soft satin pink ballet outfit. First Jessica slips off her soft satin slippers to show off her delicate feet. As she bends over and [[slips|slides]] her hand over her satin covered ass she flashes her delicious white pantyhose. Just watching Jessica showing off her soft white pantyhose is enough to get any guy interested but when she slips out of her leotard and shows off the top of those pantyhose as they cling to her stomach is just too much!
..when she shows us what she’s wearing under her ‘zebra’ skirt and tight pink top.
Hope everyone had a great New Year! I know I did! I went over a mates house and didn’t get back in until 2.30am.
I really enjoyed doing this set as I love the outdoors. Posing and stripping outside just gets me so excited! I also really like the pink top I’m wearing as pink is my fav colour and the skirt really looks good not to mention the cotton panties. I hope you like my outfit as well.
Check out this hot new update at OnlyTease from the sexy tan blonde tease Alexis S! Alexis is posing in a brown minidress and tan pantyhose. She performs a slow striptease out of her dress to expose her cute pink panties. Her body is absolutely stunning!
Donald Trump has more numbers to brag about — his Trump Straws are selling like hotcakes, quickly approaching $ 1 million in sales … and MAGA hats have reached a milestone. Sources with the President’s campaign tell TMZ … sales for the straws…
TONCHI’S NEW PROJECT: Stefano Tonchi may have left as editor of W in June, but Milan Fashion Week continues to be an unmissable event. Spotted at all the top fashion shows in Milan this week and asked about the reason for his presence in town and his future projects, Tonchi said he is developing “a consulting practice that helps companies with an incredible history and vocabulary of values that are not finding a way to communicate to a new generation, to give meaning to words like diversity and sustainability that translate those traditional values.”
Sustainability, Tonchi contended, does not have the same meaning in the U.S. and to a century-old company that works in the luxury business. “Sustainability is not about recycling and putting together a group of cutout denim. It’s a much larger process, I think it’s the idea of consuming less and better, that’s what should really be the message from a luxury brand,” Tonchi explained. He is targeting “companies with a strong heritage” globally. Asked if his suggestions are being met with interest, Tonchi was positive. “There is interest, many companies are keen to add a cultural meaning and message to their products. There are so many products that
Stefano Citron and Federico Piaggi celebrated the joyful, lively spirit of summer with their latest collection, displayed at the brand’s showroom, with its frescoes on the ceiling,
Taking inspiration from Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1960 movie “The Adventure,” filmed on Sicily’s Aeolian Islands, the designers showed uncomplicated, flared cotton dresses and full skirts matched with shirts, all worked in pure white or splashed with abstract prints resembling watery ink stains.
A mannish vibe was felt in suits, with jackets replaced by belted vests and classic sartorial fabrics switched with lightweight shirting textiles.
Discreet elegance prevailed in tunics layered over coordinated culottes, as well as in black and white tops with graphic necklines and built-in belts.
The appeal of Chinese consumers is causing international fashion companies to increasingly explore the market, but Chinese fashion has been less in the spotlight.
Alibaba Group’s Tmall, China’s premiere business-to-consumer platform for brands and retailers, has brought two labels from the country to Milan Fashion Week, aiming to expand their and the country’s international visibility in fashion.
Part of the “Tmall China Cool” roving initiative which touched down in New York earlier this month during NYFW: The Shows and will hit Paris next week, the showcase displayed the spring collections of Shushu/Tong and Yirantian.
“The reason why we wanted to do the Tmall China project is that there’s so much young creativity coming out of China and actually these designers have studied in Europe and have worked for other European brands,” explained Christina Fontana, director for fashion and luxury Europe at Alibaba Group, ahead of the show. “They bring that knowledge back to China, mixing it with their culture and capabilities to really build something new.”
Shanghai-based Shushu/Tong was established in 2015 by design duo Liushu Lei and Yutong Jiang, both graduates of the London College of Fashion. After cutting their teeth at Simone Rocha and Gareth Pugh, respectively, they launched their own brand,
Naughty blonde babe Jenni P is as cute as they come and she looks absolutely amazing all dressed up in her college uniform. From her delicious short plaid skirt to her tight white blouse Jenni looks simply mouth watering. Only Opaques is jam packed full of sexy babes dressed up in uniform from college girls to [[sexy|naughty]] nurses there is no shortage of sexy girls showing off in their pantyhose and stockings for the camera! Jenni is just one of the hundreds of girls over at Only Opaques and she is dressed up to the nines in her navy pantyhose and short plaid skirt.
That heavy school uniform looks pretty uncomfortable though because Jenni just can’t wait to get out of it! Slipping out of her sweater and unhooking her skirt Jenni shows off her delicious [[nylon|pantyhose]] covered waist. The top of her navy pantyhose clings to her hips, covering her sexy stomach. Unbuttoning her shirt she shows her perky teen titties and stands in front of the camera in just those sweet nylon pantyhose with those mouth watering titties showing! As she stands squarely in front of the camera she starts to tease even more with her fingers under the waist of her panties.
GARDEN PARTY: Geopolitics are undeniably stormy, but Friday night’s clear-as-can-be weather was well-suited for the Trumps’ outdoors state dinner for Australia Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his wife Jennifer.
First Lady Melania Trump appeared to keep things easy-breezy, sporting an aqua-colored chiffon dress designed by Gilles Mendel, the creative force behind the J. Mendel label. With wave-like effects in the chiffon, the flowy creation was in step with the Rose Garden setting. Instead of welcoming guests to the State Dining Room in the White House, the first couple welcomed guests al fresco. FLOTUS appeared to sail through the proceedings in patent leather heels from Christian Louboutin. The prime minister’s wife wore a navy column dress with velour and sequins from Australian designer Carla Zampatti, who also created the black ensemble she wore for the official welcome earlier in the day.
The Australian-friendly dinner crowd included Fox’s Lachlan Murdoch, Marvel Entertainment’s Isaac Perlmutter and Chevron’s Michael Wirth, as well as various politicians and Cabinet members like Kellyanne Conway and Betsy DeVos. The arrivals coincided with news that the U.S. would be sending more military troops to Saudi Arabia following the recent attacks on oil facilities in response to Iranian actions.
Unlike the ice blue-colored
Talk about a J.Lo jaw-drop.
The diva herself closed out the Versace show Friday night, reprising what may have been the first viral fashion moment in history with an IRL runway walk for the ages.
It was the second time in the spotlight for the jungle print gown, which became an instant icon when Jennifer Lopez wore it to the Grammy Awards in 2000. Not only was the plunge-front dress depth-defying (How did it stay on then — or now —on the age-defying actress?), it changed history, when news traveled from Hollywood red carpet to Internet superhighway.
“I’m kind of proud to have inspired Google,” said Donatella Versace with her trademark humility during a pre-show preview.
Google was still in its infancy, just two years old, when fans burned up cords and cables searching for “Jennifer Lopez’s green dress.” When their queries weren’t turning up what they really wanted — a picture! — the tech giant realized it needed a new visual search engine, and developed Google Image. “For the first time, fashion inspired technology,” said the designer, noting it was also a validating moment for her personally, when she realized the dress had stopped the world. (She took the design helm at Versace