Hairspo for every natural texture and length.From Marie Claire
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The British Fashion Council has been talking to the U.K. government about how to proceed with shows in the midst of a third national lockdown, and spiraling COVID-19 cases.
It’s not unusual for a fashion trend to suddenly pop up on Instagram. That was the case with the Nap Dress and the checkered print trend. And yet, when Instagram became flooded with images of people wearing snowsuits, it took me by surprise. In a span of a single week, celebrities ranging from Sophie Turner (in North Face) to Winnie Harlow (in Moncler) and Kylie Jenner (in Prada) were all wearing their winter best in snowy locales. Brands have picked up on the trend, too. In the last week alone, Paris-based label Casablanca released a ski-inspired drop as part of its winter collection (see top photo), and plus-size fashion brand Fashion to Figure debuted an après ski collection in collaboration with CURVYCon founder Chastity Garner Valentine. Last month, aughts-beloved sports brand Kappa launched its new ski collection, while Dior’s Kim Jones released the brand’s first-ever ski capsule. View this post on Instagram A post shared by ♔Jamaican Canadian♔ (@winnieharlow) Adult snowsuits are nothing new. Princess Diana famously wore colorful styles to ski in the ‘80s and ‘90s, as did the majority of people who spent any time on the slopes then. I was forced to wear one by my parents as a child in the ‘90s, and then strongly advised as a teenager in the early aughts. Though, as an angsty teen girl who desperately wanted to blend in rather than stand out, I opted for an all-black one rather than the colorblocked blue one my mother suggested. (I now regret it — most of the snowsuits currently catching my eye being bold and colorful.) Snow sports/aesthetic enthusiasts continue to wear the style year after year, and both luxury and outdoor brands continue to provide their customers with functional collections. Today, though, the snowsuit isn’t relegated to the slopes or snow towns. Looking through Instagram confirms that people who’ve never touched a snowboard or skis are jumping on the trend, with street style full of fashionable variations on the staple. An article from The Cut recently profiled After Ski, a project that sources vintage ski suits and sells them as part of its community events. Additionally, options for snowsuits are available via fashion retailers, big and small. It makes sense that the snowsuit is becoming ubiquitous even in cities with no easy access to mountains. As a result of the pandemic, people are spending more time outside, whether they’re actually skiing, winter hiking through nature, or going on long walks in more urban areas. Even having a meal at a restaurant right now in a city like New York, where indoor dining is banned and temperatures are chilly, requires dressing as if for a day on the slopes rather than a 90-minute social event. And, as anyone who has worn a snowsuit can confirm (me, included), it’s a practical way of staying warm during the winter. Not only are snowsuits extremely warm and comfortable — probably the biggest point of consideration for anyone dressing today — they instantly make a fashion statement. Look at Kristen Stewart wearing a monogrammed onesie from Chanel for the luxury house’s AW19 show in 2019, and Zazie Beetz wearing an overall-like version at Sundance last year. With non-outerwear clothing showing up only in the confines of our homes, for those of us in cities with cold weather, snowsuits can make their wearers stand out while outdoors. Something that even the most daring winter coats can’t do — at least not with the same level of comfort that a ski suit, essentially a padded onesie, provides. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Babba C Rivera (@babba) This ties into what’s shaping to be one of 2021’s biggest trends: outdoor glam. If cottagecore, with its cardigans and nightgown-like dresses, dominated summer and fall fashion, style-forward outdoor clothing is the leading trend right now. The North Face x Gucci collaboration, one of this season’s most anticipated (and celebrity-endorsed) collections had models taking a very glamorous camping trip through the Alps for the campaign. Not only are the puffers and hiking boots from the collab line as covetable as any of Gucci’s ready-to-wear offerings, but they are also practical for our new outdoor lifestyles, with logo-adorned hiking backpacks and tents part of the collection. The forthcoming TELFAR X UGG collaboration also sees the former’s signature shopping totes in cold-weather-ready shearling, and the latter’s go-to winter boots get the ultimate cool brand approval. Add to that the fact that snowsuits are fairly genderless — something that fashion is actively moving toward as a whole — and the myriad of ways that they can be styled off the slopes, and I shouldn’t have been surprised when snowsuits exploded on Instagram. All to say: I am pulling out my snowsuit that has been vacuumed packed for the last 15 years. See you outside… somewhere. At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Is This The Golden Age Of Clogs?5 Coats Taking Over Instagram This WinterWinter Trends That Will Be Everywhere In 2021
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Not for the first time, Naomi Osaka is giving us high-fashion realness, and her latest style serve is worthy of a Grand Slam. In addition to being a champion tennis player, an inspirational activist, and a part-time fashion designer, Naomi can now add Louis Vuitton's brand ambassador to her résumé.
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London-based designer Simone Rocha is known for her romantic, girlish aesthetic inspired by pre-20th-century period fashion. For her first collaboration with H&M, Rocha is rediscovering the best designs from her past collections and creating a modern wardrobe for the entire family - including tulle dresses, separates, knitwear, outerwear, occasion wear, footwear, and casual pieces for women, men, and children. This is H&M's first collaboration with an Irish designer. While Rocha is Irish-born, Simone Rocha x H&M will also be shaped by the designer's multicultural heritage by featuring traditions and crafts from Hong Kong and references to iconic moments in art history. "We see glimmers of Tudor courtiers, wild florals, portraits and photographs, dolls and trinkets. There is tartan, beading, florals, pinks, reds, and bespoke fabrications, developed in house, exclusively for this collaboration," said H&M in a press statement. The Simone Rocha x H&M collaboration will be available on Thursday, March 11, in store and online at H&M. The brand makes clear that the pieces in this collaboration are expertly tailored, made to be cherished, and will last many years to come. "I am so thrilled to be working with H&M on this very special collection," said Rocha in a statement. "It truly is a celebration of the signatures of my brand, and the influences that have shaped me. As a designer, and as a customer, I've been such a fan of the H&M collaboration concept. Margiela, Alber Elbaz, Comme des Garcons - it's such an amazing list of alumni to be a part of." Ahead, take a closer look at Simone Rocha x H&M. Related: 31 H&M Pieces That Will Make People Ask, "Where Did You Get That?"
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