It is easy to pass-by the small details when watching 6-foot somethings walk down the catwalk but we know better than to forget about the little things that make the apparel possible. London Fashion Week was a stunning few days that passed us by in a whirl and so we would like to take this time to look back and appreciate the supporting rolls of an outfit; the accessories. From the totally wearable jellies to watermelon backpacks, here are some of the most memorable accessories that you can look forward to sporting come spring 2015.
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This is the time when the leaves start turning and you can feel a chill in the air. However, if you live in California, sweater weather is still ways away. So as you wait to pull out your boots and endure the last days of this Indian summer, sit back and listen to our mellow playlist that is sure to get you through your hot and sticky day.
Moschino Takes Fast Fashion To A New Level, Releases Spring Capsule Hours After Its Milan Fashion Week Show
Moschino’s Think Pink: Shop the Dream Runway Capsule Collection is available to shop on Moschino.com now, just hours after its Barbie-themed Spring 2015 ready-to-wear collection debuted at Milan Fashion Week this morning. Full runway looks are included in the capsule collection, including a leather moto jacket and skirt, long-sleeved sweater dress, and cropped sweatshirt with matching skirt. The collection also includes a variety of fun accessories including a Barbie mirror-inspired iPhone case, backpacks, clutches and leather shoulder bags.
The capsule will be available at select Nordstrom locations starting tomorrow, and on Nordstrom.com September 21. Check out additional Barbie-tastic looks from the Jeremy Scott designed collection below.
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The models at Fendi’s Spring 2015 show this morning sported an inventive twist on the bold eyeliner trend in the form of baby blue leather eyeliner strips, which color coordinate perfectly with the leather flower hair accessories and floral print dresses and jackets spotted on the runway. According to Vogue.com, makeup artist Peter Philips created the look by first applying matte black liquid liner along the lashes, and then using pro makeup adhesive to apply the thin leather strips on top. Model Georgia May Jagger shared with Vogue that the three-dimensional eyeliner may be more pretty than practical, stating that “It feels a bit strange, but it really looks great.”
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Now that London Fashion Week has come to a close, it’s time to take a look at the top trends that were spotted on the streets, as well as the editors, bloggers and celebs who made a splash with their flawlessly executed outfits during the Spring 2015 shows:
Black and White Stripes
Olivia Palermo, @therealoliviap
Poppy Delevingne, @poppydelevingne
Susie Lau, @susiebubble
Eva Chen, @evachen212
Leandra Medine, @manrepeller
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Kendrick Lamar has been busy touring as the opening act on the Yeezus tour and working with Flying Lotus. However, It’s been two years since his debut album good kid, m.A.A.d. city and we haven’t heard any of his solo work since. This morning Kendrick revealed on Twitter the art for the single “i” off his new album believed to drop September 23. According to an interview with Rolling Stone, Kendrick’s new album will be produced by Dr. Dre and Digi+Phonics and he promises to bring “aggression and emotion” to his new album. “I have so much to say! It’s almost selfish of me.”
The hottest couple in the music industry Beyonce and Jay Z have found themselves in the middle of tabloid fueled rumors, everything from a divorce to a new baby. As these stories keep swirling ELLE.com editors have added one more to the list(this one we’re hoping its true). According to their sources Dash Radio host DJ Skee has revealed through various sources that Queen Bey and Jay Z are working a collaboration album that is set to release late this year, early 2015.
We still have no clue what the album will be called but if all the sources are true are sure to have a new addition to our playlist.
Cara Delevingne has landed her first lead film role in “Paper Towns,” the film adaptation of the bestselling YA novel by John Green. The 22-year-old model will play Margo Roth Spiegelman opposite Nat Wolff, who played Isaac in this year’s box office hit The Fault in Our Stars, also based on a Green novel. This has been a whirlwind summer for the model-turned-actress, who graced the coveted September issue of Vogue, and starred in ad campaigns for the likes of Burberry and Tom Ford.
In response to fans who are concerned by Delevingne’s limited acting experience, Green tweeted his excitement for the casting news, stating that her “audition blew everyone away (including me!) and she understands Margo profoundly. I am so excited!” We can’t wait to see Delevingne in her first starring role when “Paper Towns” hits theaters July 31, 2015.
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Pop songstress Lady Gaga has moved on and joined Tony Bennett in jazzier pastures in her latest rendition of “Nature Boy.” In a series of tweets, Lady Gaga explains the origins of the song. “The song was written 1941 by Eden Ahbez, a wandering man from Brooklyn.” It wasn’t till 1947 that the song would be published and eventually recorded by Nat King Cole. Nature Boy is now famously recognized from the movie Moulin Rouge! but as Lady Gaga explains, “Our rendition with the now late multi-reedist Paul Horn is spectacular.” The new track is of her new duet album Cheek to Cheek which will hit stores on September 22.
H&M is launching a denim capsule of their eco-friendly Conscious label in-stores and online October 2. The collection will feature 40 pieces for men, women and children including jackets, skirts, shirts, knits and jeans. Helena Helmersson, H&M’s Head of Sustainability, told Yahoo! that “We’ve worked hard to reduce the environmental impact from the washing processes alongside using materials that are more sustainable. The collection is full of great pieces, and proves how sustainability can equal great style.” The collection is reasonably priced at under $50, except for the wool coats, which range from $79.95 to $99.
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