A Beverly Hills teen who calls herself “a princess” is furious at her mother for slashing her monthly $5K allowance.
Last spring, it was all about net and mesh bags. But for this upcoming season, clear PVC "grocery"-style handbags are here to complete the trifecta of bag transparency.
Phoebe Philo has been replaced at Céline by Hedi Slimane; in honor of her brilliant decade-long run and the Pre-Fall 2018 collection presented in Paris today, we’re ranking all 17 of her shows.
Hedi Slimane, the designer who pioneered the skinny look at Dior and Saint Laurent, is to take over at Celine, the brand's owners said Sunday. The 49-year-old French-born creator is one of fashion's biggest and most enigmatic names, and his future has been surrounded by speculation since he walked away from Saint Laurent last year. The luxury giant LVMH, which owns Celine, has given Slimane complete control of the brand's images and creative side in order to sign him up -- a concession which put him alongside Chanel's Karl Lagerfeld as one of the most powerful designers in fashion.
In 2014, Chanel staged their fall runway in a supermarket, complete with branded candy, carts, and even cleaning supplies. Today, Céline mirrored the checkout line chic style in the form of a huge cashmere shawl. Draped across model Liya Kebede, it looked pretty normal—but laid out backstage, it was clearly a printed grocery flier for sausages (about $6.14), sticky toffee pudding (about $2.50), and macaroni & cheese ($4.91). ...
Whilst the rest of the world is catching on to pajamas as daywear, oversize hoodies and puffy coats as trendy items, the fashion leaders have already moved on. February fashion week will see many new trends debut. Here's what we will see on the sidewalk and outside of the show venues.
If you spotted a Celine handbag and other luxury items on Walmart.com, you’re not imagining things. In shocking shopping news, you can now buy high-end brands like Cartier, Céline, and Miu Miu from Walmart. It was recently brought to our attention that a $3,450 Céline handbag was available on Walmart’s website.
For years, fashion has nursed a fascination with the grunge of the ’90s and the retro glamour of the ’70s. So it should come as no surprise that the next “it” decade is perfectly sandwiched between those two. That’s right, the ’80s are back, whether you’re ready or not (or even if you haven’t fully recovered from the last ’80s revival).
Of course, they make up for this with invaluable qualities like unconditional love and support (one of the countless reasons we adore them). But believe it or not, your grandmother’s style may actually be on trend this fall. According to the Fall/Winter 2016 runway shows, brands like Miu Miu, Céline, and Balenciaga — all heavy trendsetters within the high-fashion world — have incorporated their own version of the “Granny Sweater” into their collections.
Photographed by Nina Westervelt. Styling by Derek Nguyen. If you’re like most of us, you spent the past weekend reluctantly pulling your box of sweaters and boots out of the closet to which they’ve been consigned for the past few months. And let’s face it - none of us are exactly jumping with joy at the thought of layering up for fall again.
Whoever says you can’t wear white after Labor Day obviously doesn’t know the most important accessory to be seen in this fall is a pair of white heels.
This fall, bags comes in all shapes and sizes, literally! From Balenciaga’s large tote to Gucci’s super-sized shopper to Louis Vuitton’s mini camera box, your outfit will not be complete without a statement bag from this season’s hottest designers. And if your last-season favorite is in need of an update, we’ve got your covered there, too. Loved Chloé’s Faye bag?
Summer is at its peak, but before you know it, fall is here. And I don’t mean just a change in temperature but a change in wardrobe! It’s a good thing then that this fall sees two very important changes in fashion. The new Balenciaga under Demna Gvasalia finally hits the stores, and this is Hedi Slimane’s last collection for Saint Laurent.
Come one, come all, the new shoe for spring is here! Thanks to designers like Céline, white boots are the must-have shoe for the season. The trend started bubbling up on the runways last season, and now brands from Rag & Bone to Dion Lee have jumped on the bandwagon with their own versions of the mod-ish kicks. Of course, there’s no need to spend hundreds of dollars on the shoe that (let’s be real) will be scuffed the first time you wear them n the subway Ahead, we found 7 ways to wear the trend for under $150.
Minimalism is a ubiquitous term that relates to art, design, and most importantly, fashion. What does it mean to dress like a minimalist? Clean lines and simple color palettes mainly. Here’s how to master the trend without looking like you’re entering a convent.
A high-end designer bag is a bucket-list item for most women. But when considering a major purchase — A.K.A., the kind with a comma in the price tag — it makes sense to weigh your options carefully. That means thinking not only about the styles you love, but also looking for a bag so classic and well-made, it’ll hold its value even after years of use. To find out which bags are the most coveted on the resale market, we went to luxury consignment shop The RealReal, which recently published its 2015 Luxury Resale Report.
Model Daria Werbowy has been fronting campaigns for Parisian fashion house Céline since spring 2011, and serving up a lot of beauty inspiration while doing it. It’s no surprise the fresh-faced Ukranian beauty has become somewhat of a muse of designer Phoebe Philo — Werbowy is the definition of effortless cool, and we can’t think of anyone better to show off the sophisticated and often quirky Céline silhouettes. We’re celebrating Werbowy’s 32nd birthday with a look at all of her best Céline ads. (And yes, you have our blessing to go out and get her same haircut from the 2012 winter campaign.)
Every new season we’re presented with trends, trends, trends! And while it’s certainly fun to dabble and wear whimsical pieces, we suggest sticking to the classics when spending real money on fashion. After all, if you’re going to splurge, shouldn’t it be for piece that you’ll want to wear forever? I’ve always tried to equate purchases of this nature to a simple game of math: If you buy an expensive pair of shoes for, say, $500 and wear them five times before you decide that they are out of fashion, that’s $100 a pop, more than a meal for two at most restaurants in Manhattan (or anywhere, really).
Photography by Jerome Corpuz Styling by Jaime Kay Waxman Hair by Neil Grupp Makeup by Georgi Sandev Model Sojourner Morrell at Wilhelmina Models Production by Fred Fantun Special Thanks to the Moroccan National Tourist Office After years of minimalism, more was suddenly more when it came to the Fall collections. Brands like Marc Jacobs, Gucci, and even Céline showed romantic, lush, overwhelmingly rich clothes. There was brocade, embroidery, fur, ruffles, sequins. Long gowns, billowing pants, silk pajama suits, and full sleeves celebrated the drama of fashion, the pure joy of an aspirational runway.
The fashion gods must have heard our prayers for a less-bleak winter because designers are stocking their collections with a palette-full of beautiful, vibrant colors, from poppy red, purple, green, pastel pink, and baby blue. So in celebration, we’re kicking off a “Rainbow Week,” showcasing our favorite color trends for fall. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Cate Blanchett appeared not once, but twice this week in these retrofantastic frames from Gucci. The sunnies seemed to convey a different look for the actress who is known for being a bit of a style chameleon. The overall vibe was equal parts boss lady and ‘70s-era don. Feeling inspired?