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Just as Tokyo Fashion Week comes to an end pops-up Tilda Swinton in a deliciously discrete and beautifully envisioned minimal blue knee-length Jil Sander dress from the house’s recent Spring 2012 runway collection.
According to WWD, “Raf Simons and his team at Jil Sander designed all of the costumes for Swinton’s character in the movie ‘I Am Love,’ which will be released in Japan on DecemberREAD MORE »
While animal prints may be as banal and captive of the traditional feminine mystic as polka-dots or bows, there’s no denying the subtle sexuality and graphic, ostentatious charge they can add to just about any outfit.
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And this Yves Saint Laurent “Softy Chyc” animal-print calf hair shoulder bag brings home the point beautifully with its explosive print and lady-like, heritage minded shapeREAD MORE »
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Just as we’ve been eyeing penny loafers as they gain momentum with the cool-prep inspired girls around town from Alexa Chung to NYU grads as the classic shoes makes sense for these hi/lo sartorial times we live in, comes a smart new collaboration from two of America’s foremost preppy outfitters.
Leave it to Tommy Hilfiger, the reigning king of collegiate cool, to update the AmericanREAD MORE »
To celebrate its 30th anniversary Emporio Armani has launched a limited edition sunglass range featuring two iconic styles in a myriad of unexpected monochrome shades for men and women that have an effortlessly cool, modern vibe to them.
For her comes an oversized flat-faced round silhouette while the men’s offering boasts an ultra-flat tear drop shielded front with both featuring a ’30th Emporio Armani’ logoREAD MORE »
After several successful seasons collaborating with Uniqlo, Jil Sander’s +J collection for the Japanese fast fashion giant is unfortunately ending this season.
Word is that a Uniqlo collabo with Undercover is up next, which of course we can’t wait to get our hands on (we love Undercover), however, we’ve also been diehard fans of the +J range for its minimal techno separates that harkened backREAD MORE »
Leather sleeved tops, jackets and coats have been at the top of our most-wanted lists for quite a few fashion cycles but it wasn’t until this season that we saw the trend really gain momentum with designers using hides of all kinds from snakeskin to lambskin to toughen up and add an edgy contrast to even the most classic of pieces.
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After seasons of major statement making shoes with mind-boggling heel heights and preposterous ornamentation, we’re really feeling the simplicity of the footwear options we saw on the runways for next spring.
That’s not to say that footwear has been reduced to the simplistic and merely functional, quite the contrary indeed.
From YSL’s shielded heeled loafers to Rochas’ mirrored slides, there were plenty of options out thereREAD MORE »
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After a month+ of consecutive international fashion shows, it can be hard to not only remember what we’ve seen, but to get a second to glance at all of the astonishing details seems sadly unlikely.
That being said, we wanted to take a moment and look back at everything one could easily miss.
Here’s a look at our favorite elements from all of theREAD MORE »
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As per usual, from New York collections one can expect pragmatic sportswear(the kind that doesn’t often reinvent the wheel, maybe just spins it), from London one can expect out-of-this-world, well executed propositions and from Milan; riotous colors, bold adornments and brilliant uses of technological advancements in fabrications.
And with that being said, Milanese designers did not disappoint.
We saw a large variety of finessed, retro-inspired optionsREAD MORE »
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Leave it to London to really get the ball rolling when it comes to fantastical, covetable and overall completely original collections that are not only going to expand our must-have lists exponentially, but are also certain to inspire our sartorial wishes and desires for this upcoming season to come.
Here’s a look at our favorite collections from London for Spring/Summer 2012.
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