Anybody who lives in their jeans knows that summer can pose quite the wardrobe dilemma. With temperatures rising into the 80s and 90s, rocking your favorite denim becomes decidedly less pleasant. But there may finally be a solution to this long-standing problem, thanks to Lee Jeans’ genius new idea to weave crushed jade stones into its pants to help ward off the heat. According to company vice president Stephen Dull, “The jade fabric rapidly pulls sweat away from the body and quickly dries, creating a cooling sensation.” Although he also joked that it wasn’t magic, it sounds pretty magical to us. Sadly these special jeans will only be available in China for now, but we’re hoping that enough U.S.-based love and attention will get the message across that we’d like a little “denim refreshment” too!
With a prestigious Vogue cover and a capsule clothing-and-accessories collection around the corner, it was only a matter of time before the Minions were reimagined as our favorite style figures. Thanks to the creative minds over at Stylight, we now know what Anna Wintour, Karl Lagerfeld, and other giants in the fashion industry would look like as these lovable yellow creatures. Scroll down to see the hilarious illustrations!
We imagine that Jennifer Lopez has just one interior monologue on constant repeat in her head: "If you've got it, flaunt it." At 46 years old, after giving birth to two children and facing the countless other challenges that come with aging, Lopez just looks insanely good—and she knows it.
At this point, Gigi Hadid doesn't need to do any further work to prove that she's the rising It model to watch right now. Having scored campaigns for major brands from Max Mara to Seafolly and walked in runway shows for pretty much every big designer name, she's been on our radar for a while—and she's only getting bigger and better.
We already know that Olivia Palermo has perfect work style. But, as PopSugar pointed out, her vacation vibes are just as strong. While on vacay in Ibiza, Olivia wore the perfect brown-and-blue one-piece swimsuit—and finished off the look with a flowy white cover-up, wide-brimmed hat, and sunnies. Beautiful.
When Lady Gaga caught wind of the Christie's auction of a special reissue of Alexander McQueen's iconic Armadillo boots from his S/S 2010 runway show, she must have flipped out. After all, not only was the pop star close friends with the late designer, but she also unforgettably wore the shoes in her 2010 music video for her smash hit "Bad Romance."
If you're anything like us, you were obsessed with The Hills. What's not to love, right? Especially the fashion. But what did the cast think about their style choices? Well, in preparation for the launch of her QVC line (available for preorder today), Whitney Port sat down with Glamour to discuss some of her favorite The Hills moments.
You know Manolo Blahnik all too well as the shoe of choice for Carrie Bradshaw on Sex and the City. (Remember those beautiful blue stilettos from the first movie?) Well, those gorgeous heels you know and love are now turning into bags! As Racked pointed out from WWD, Manolo will be launching a capsule line of evening bags at the end of the month. The clutches will retail between $1725 and $1925 and be sold at Manolo Blahnik's flagship stores in London and New York and at British department stores Liberty and Harrods.
If you're on the hunt for the perfect new bag to wear now and into fall, look no further than AllSaints' first full handbag range, entitled the Capital Collection. The 48-piece line, separated into four distinct categories named after streets surrounding AllSaints' London-based studio, features something for everybody. Literally. Looking for a functional tote in rich suede? It's here. A fun crossbody bag for your next night out? You got it. Plus, there are satchels, hobos, and clutches, too.
If you're more on the petite side and looking for a way to appear instantly taller, just turn to Sarah Jessica Parker for advice. As Marie Claire pointed out, the 5'3" SJP has mastered the art of looking statuesque, especially when it comes to styling denim.
The Kardashian-Jenner clan stepped out this Sunday to celebrate their grandmother MJ’s birthday with brunch and a showing of Phantom of the Opera. Naturally, they were all dressed to the nines, but Kendall's look was particularly striking: a strapless, wide-leg white jumpsuit paired with a white snakeskin clutch (topped off, of course, with a furry Fendi key chain). Although we love our lazy weekends, we’re now feeling inspired to step up our brunch outfits just a tad.
For years, we’ve idolized the twin tycoons’ inimitable style, but Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are so much more than street style stars. The business-savvy beauties have been building their empire since they founded their first company, Dualstar, at just 6 years old. From fashion to fragrance, the designers now run a multimillion-dollar empire with three clothing lines, including Elizabeth and James, Olsenboye, and luxury brand The Row, which was recently crowned the Council of Fashion Designers of America womenswear designer of the year. Gone are the kitschy twin sets; in their place are two respected designers and talented businesswomen who garnered $12 million in annual sales for The Row after just four years. You only have to see the brand’s stunning West Hollywood, L.A., flagship to see why. Clearly they’re doing something right. Scroll down for some key branding insights from the successful sister act.
A recent survey of Who What Wear editors regarding their favorite places to shop online resulted in the almost unanimous answer of Need Supply. Despite our varying styles, it's this website—with its curation of pared-back, logo free goods—that many of us drawn to. A few weeks later a family friend gave me a nice watch emblazoned with the brand’s name across the front. I thanked the gifter and, as if covering up something truly sinful, immediately hid it in my jewelry box. I fully intend to never wear it. Amidst these moments, a colleague of mine moved from Los Angeles to New York and recalled selling most of her clothes before coming. Even though she wants to fill in the gaps with a little shopping, I’m envious of her whittled-down wardrobe and the steady rotation of cool basics that she wears. The girls I see out and about in overly embellished or blatantly branded items? They don’t have the same effect.
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