If you're ready to pull out the flared denim, try pairing them with platform sneakers for an unexpected duo. Finish off the look with a camel coat and multicolor sweater, and place a medium-brim hat on top for extra flare.
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“Once you start being a muse, you cannot stop being a muse,” concludes Carine Roitfeld in the latest issue of V Magazine, which is centered on the theme of “Magnificent Muses.” As the leading inspiration for the work of Tom Ford, she would certainly know.
Last month we featured spring’s biggest footwear trends—clogs being one of the must-have styles. So, leave it to Kate Bosworth to be way ahead of the curve, and guide us all on how to pull off the '70s-inspired shoes. We want to know: Will you wear the groovy style this spring?
The wait is finally over! Ever since Levi’s announced its collaboration with NET-A-PORTER earlier this year, we’ve patiently waited to shop the limited edition 501 CT jeans. So what does the CT stand for, and why are they so special? We’ll let Levi’s head of design Jonathan Cheung explain: “For years, people have taken the iconic 501 and customized them by getting on a sewing machine and giving the legs a little taper. With the 501 CT, we’ve done that work for you,” he says.
When we recently asked what you thought of the ultra-skinny scarf trend, most of you were on board with the ‘70s look. But just in case you still have reservations, we’d like to present three photos of Alexa Chung looking incredibly stylish in the accessory. For someone who is photographed as often as Chung, wearing the same Prada scarf several times over is quite the seal of approval.
Nothing weighs you down in your travels like too much luggage. It's cumbersome on public transport, inconvenient to haul across town, and expensive to check on flights. During the year I spent traveling around the world, there were times that going somewhere off the beaten path just felt like too much work with my gigantic backpack—and I quickly learned what gets used most, and what gets forgotten. Since then, I've downsized considerably, and love the freedom that comes along with traveling light. If you’re preparing for a big trip, consider leaving these eight things behind.
You heard it here first: A good faux fur not only keeps you warm without harming all our near-and-dear animal friends, but it's also a really easy and instantaneous way to make your outfit look more expensive.
Donna Wallace is the street style star the world needs—under-the-radar and low-key. While it’s fun to watch others get totally decked out (hey, ADR) it’s not that easy to replicate their outfits in the real world. But Wallace, who works as the Accessories Editor for Elle UK, wears an approachable mix of brands (COS, Acne, Whistles, Kenzo) in a way that girls anywhere can easily adopt for themselves. We love the way she mixes androgynous pieces like oversized jackets and baggy trousers with quirkier, rainbow-brite pieces. It makes for a refreshingly unexpected look, which is quite the feat in this time of street style oversaturation. Oh, and, it doesn’t hurt that she’s stunning too.
Traditional or modern? White or something less expected? Short or long? Sleeves or strapless? With so many options to choose from, today’s bride does not have it easy. It can be tough to distinguish between what you really want to wear, and what you’re only wearing because society thinks you should. So, because planning a wedding is already an overwhelming process, we thought we’d help you avoid some common wardrobe pitfalls by asking the brides who have been there before about their biggest style regrets!
The magic of a well-crafted runway show doesn't lie solely in the clothes. Everything from the location to the lighting to the props all deeply enhance the experience of what the brand and designer want to convey for the collection. From the moment the first model steps into the spotlight to when the designer takes their final bow, the experience is perhaps most important. Taking this and the beginning of Paris Fashion Week into consideration, we couldn't help but ogle over the vast archive of Chanel's glorious runway sets, and are excited to present our 11 favorites. Dream on!
Though spring is quite literally around the corner (March 20, to be exact), our closets could use a fresh outfit idea or two—or 11! Thankfully, we turned to some of the most stylish celebrities out there to lead the way. Scroll down to see and shop looks from the likes of Kate Bosworth, Kirsten Dunst, Rihanna, and more!
Jared Leto is having a moment. In the world of male celebrities, which seems increasingly populated by those trying to gain attention by strange performance art and outrageous social media tactics (see: Shia LeBouf, James Franco and Joaquin Phoenix), Leto stands apart from the crowd—a formerly long-haired beauty, with a forward-thinking, techie attitude and a penchant for leather leggings.
If you've ever been tweeted at by a major celebrity, then you fully understand the squeal-worthy occurrence that just took place inside Who What Wear HQ. After our co-founder Hillary Kerr tweeted at Jared Leto that she "lost 35 minutes of her life" to his Instagram, Leto responded!
PRATT TO FETE COSTA: Francisco Costa will be the guest of honor as this year’s Pratt Fashion Visionary Award at the school’s May 7 fashion show and cocktail benefit at Center548. After receiving his accolades, Costa, the women’s creative director of Calvin Klein Collection, will catch Pratt’s 116th runway show, which is entitled “Laboratory.” After […]
Emily Current and Meritt Elliott are back to designing denim. They’re unveiling The Great Blue with half-a-dozen jean fits, as well as an array of jackets, shirts, dresses and overalls, all cut from denim.
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