For the fashion- and Disney-obsessed, there's a community of people who "Disneybound," spending time and money putting together on-trend outfits inspired by Disney characters.
Selena Gomez and the Weeknd stepped out for date night on Monday evening in New York City, displaying some serious couple goals by way of coordinating outfits.
British designer Christopher Kane is back with his latest project — a new 33-piece capsule collection in partnership with Eco-Age and Disney for “Beauty and Beast.”
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Fashion Week is ostensibly about the clothes, but let’s be real—come next season you’ll be splurging on the shoes and the bags.
London Fashion Week just wrapped up yesterday and while some of NYFW trends continued on (one shoulder looks, chiffon and ruffles, ruffles, ruffles to name a few) there were plenty of new things to see from some of fashion’s edgiest and dare we say freewheeling designers? Here’s a recap of the biggest trends from LFW SS16. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterestfor nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
British stylist Sophia Hesketh (formally known as the Honourable Sophia Christian Fermor-Hesketh) knows her way around London Fashion Week, having ditched classes at her boarding school in the English countryside to sneak into shows as a teen. Now she’s a bona fide fashion insider. Once enlisted by the late Isabella Blow to pose for a shoot with Daphne Guinness, she’s assisted power stylists like George Cortina and Charlotte Stockdale, contributes to Vogue Japan, and models on the side. Here the 29 year-old, who favors fellow Brits like Christopher Kane, Erdem and Mark Fast, gives us her insider guide on where to drink, dine and detox during London Fashion Week.
With its final daily edition having been delivered to subscribers on April 24, fashion tomeWomen’s Wear Daily has officially gone weekly. And to launch its new format, the magazine is releasing six special text-free covers, each featuring a young star (or stars) of the design world. The so-called WWDWeekly has revealed the covers on its Twitter and Instagram accoutns: The Row (aka Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen), Proenza Schouler (Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez), Sacai’s Chitose Abe, J.W. Anderson’s Jonathan Anderson, Alexander Wang, and Christopher Kane, all photographed in striking black and white portraits by Nigel Parry.
Amidst all the over-the-top trends that emerged during fashion month— think bejeweled headphones, face jewelry, and Looney Tunes characters— a quieter change was taking place on an often overlooked part of the body often in fashion: the arms. This was popular in Victorian times, characterized by a voluminous detail near the shoulder, which tapers down into the wrist—you know, it looks like a leg of mutton, and if you don’t know what a mutton means, it’s a lamb! The mutton continued to make an appearance on runways in London, at Simone Rocha, in Milan at Marni and Jil Sander, and in Paris at Miu Miu and Louis Vuitton, but it’s not the only shape that designers have in mind for us next season. The extra-long sleeve, one that’s four to five inches longer than your finger tips, the one that makes you feel the coziest when you hide your arms inside it, and maybe you pretend you are a ghost with the sleeves hanging limply over your hands, was also a major contender this season, showing up in the collections of everyone from The Row, to Giorgio Armani, to Stella McCartney.