A few days ago, we looked back at the biggest fashion moments of 2017. But as 2018 fast approaches, it's now time to focus on the future and get acquainted with all the emerging stars about to burst onto the scene in a big way.
The fashion set is relentlessly searching for the next big thing, whether it's the newest pair of sneakers, a cult bag, the latest designer disrupting trends, a fresh model making waves on the catwalk, or a young photographer or stylist challenging the way we see clothes. It's not that what's to come is always better than what always exists; it's that we're always looking to push the boundaries of the industry and show just how many facets of our lives that fashion really touches.
As we prepare to welcome a new year, we've rounded up the brands and the faces we bet will be instrumental in shaping the industry over the next year. When they're taking 2018 by storm, remember where you read it first.
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Kristin Cavallari is loving the skin she's in. In an interview with Us Weekly, the mother of three revealed that she feels stronger than she ever has and is "really comfortable" in her skin. What's not on the reality star's radar? Weight loss. "My goal is sort of, right now, just to maintain the muscle that I have. I'm not trying to lose weight," she said. Cavallari noted that she has gained weight in the last few years, something she has embraced, with no desire to step on a scale.
Monique Samuels is back on reality TV after a few years away. Gibson Johns interviews the Not For Lazy Moms founder about how legendary reality TV producer Carlos King convinced her to return to TV for OWN's "Love & Marriage: DC," how the first season is going for her and how it differs from her time on "The Real Housewives of Potomac." They also chat about what really went down when she decided to leave Bravo, why she turned Andy Cohen's "Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip" offer down, whether she'd ever return for "Watch What Happens Live!" and how her various other businesses are doing these days.