Fashion

0 Comments
[ad_1] Rihanna sent personal greetings from her Instagram story this afternoon, ‘gramming herself shimmying in a flirty pink fall 2017 Prada number. Getty Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Casual Tuesday attire? Her next outfit for more Valerian European press tour (like the red Giambattista Valli beautiful monstrosity she wore Monday)? Time will tell. But what’s
0 Comments
[ad_1] Michael Kors is buying Jimmy Choo for £896 million ($1.2 billion), both brands announced Tuesday. Under the deal, each shareholder of the high-end footwear label will receive £2.30 ($3) per share in cash, WWD reports. The acquisition is a response to the decrease in sales for upscale brands, as mall shopping has “declined sharply,”
0 Comments
[ad_1] Hot off of KFC’s millennial-friendly fashion line, McDonald’s is the next fast food line to create a fashion moment. Meet the “McDCouture” collection, which is exactly what it sounds like: couture fashioned from all things McDonald’s. Alexander Tamargo Alexander Tamargo Alexander Tamargo Alexander Tamargo Alexander Tamargo Alexander Tamargo Alexander Tamargo Alexander Tamargo Alexander Tamargo
0 Comments
[ad_1] Like Kleenex, Band-Aids and Chapstick, Italian leather company Tod’s has basically become synonymous with its most famous product, the Gommino driving shoe, which first came on market in 1970. Almost thirty years later, any well-heeled lady—or man for that matter—has a pair or two of Tod’s. See: Kate Middleton, Richard Gere, Nicole Kidman, Gwyneth
0 Comments
[ad_1] Many celebrity children start their modeling careers in their teens. But Ciara’s three-year-old son, Future Zahir, is already lending his star power to the industry. His mother posted an image from the little guy’s adorable first Gap Kids campaign. “Waking up in Beijing to see my little nugget on the front page of Gap.com!”
0 Comments
[ad_1] Since embarking on the Royal Tour of Poland and Germany, the Duchess of Cambridge’s style has remained prim and proper, as it almost always has. On Day 1 in Warsaw, she sported a white skirt suit by Alexander McQueen (one her favorites); yesterday she was in ladylike floral separates by Erdem; earlier today it
0 Comments
[ad_1] Welcome to “The Perfect,” ELLE.com‘s weekly roundup, where we lay out exactly what you’ll need for the perfect outfit, shopping list, Saturday night, or whatever it may be. In a shopping landscape where the options are endless, consider it a complete snapshot of must-haves. Even the non-French have reasons to celebrate their National Day.
0 Comments
[ad_1] I’ve had my eye on Lively, a lingerie company known for coining the term leisurée—athleisure, but for lingerie—for about a year now. The brand’s founder, Michelle Cordeiro Grant, stopped by the ELLE offices and showed me the collection of cute and low-key basics, including a selection of bralettes I selfishly complained I couldn’t wear
0 Comments
[ad_1] My introduction to the Going Out Top was unwitting and early: at sleepaway camp in my formative years, raging with hormones and a desire to move further along the sexual baseball field in order to keep up with my peers. It was a jaundice-yellow, partially-studded, partially-plastic looking, one-shoulder shirt from Kohl’s. When the object
0 Comments
[ad_1] In these parts, there’s sort of nothing better than a fashion documentary. See: Bill Cunningham, Iris, Dior and I, Valentino: The Last Emperor…Come September 15, Music Box Films will release Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes For Lizards. The first official trailer was released yesterday, and if it’s any indication, teases a film that’s
0 Comments
[ad_1] Olivier Rousteing/Balmain Advertisement – Continue Reading Below At just 24 years old, Olivier Rousteing became Balmain’s youngest-ever creative director and the youngest in Paris since Yves Saint Laurent himself. Since his appointment in 2011, Rousteing has been credited with bringing a new era of social media savviness into the historic French fashion house. Now,
0 Comments
[ad_1] Erdem is officially the latest brand to team up with H&M. London-based designer Erdem Moralıoğlu is bringing his romantic silhouettes and prints to the fast-fashion retailer with new women’s apparel and his first-ever menswear collection. The capsule will “reinterpret the design themes from some of his most celebrated collections,” according to a press release.