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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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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Naomi Campbell graces the October 2014 cover of W Magazine, which features the supermodel looking glamorous in a white gown with plunging neckline by Roberto Cavalli, and a necklace and earrings designed by Dutch photography duo Inez & Vinoodh, who shot Campbell for the cover. Stay tuned for the magazine’s additional October covers featuring Charlotte Casiraghi and model of the moment Cara Delevingne.
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Jennifer Lawrence is sleek and sophisticated in the Fall 2014 Miss Dior campaign, which marks the Oscar winner’s fourth consecutive campaign for the brand. Lawrence is fresh-faced in minimal makeup as she sports slicked back hair and sexy pantsuits designed by Raf Simons. The ads feature the new “Be Dior” satchel in powder blue, pastel pink and a luxe crocodile version in canary yellow.
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Jeremy Scott’s hippie-psychedelic-chic collection included everything from technicolor floral and tie-dye to jack-o-lantern and Shrek knitted sweaters. Wendy Nichol presented witchy-goth ensembles with exquisite lace detail in black and white. Anna Sui got us into the festival mood with flowing minis featuring beading and metallic trim. Proenza Schouler presented classic sportswear with a unique twist, with standouts including fringe dresses, python skirts, and leather pantsuits.
J. Mendel presented sleek separates, sumptuous furs, and form-fitting dresses in unique prints and bold red and green. The Calvin Klein Collection runway was filled with sleek and sexy racerback dresses and tanks in patriotic red, white, and blue. Last, but not least, Marc Jacobs closed NYFW in high style with military-inspired trenches and suits accented with large oval buttons.
Chloë Grace Moretz is Teen Vogue’s October cover star, and looks every bit the young Hollywood starlet in the issue, where she stuns in a red lace Valentino gown, and strikes a pose alongside a peacock in a little black dress by Red Valentino. The If I Stay star opens up about staying grounded despite growing up in the spotlight, and what she loves about rumored boyfriend Brooklyn Beckham. Chloë tells Teen Vogue, “What I find really interesting about Brooklyn—and what I really love about that kid—is that he is passionate about what he wants, which is to be a professional soccer player. And I enjoy someone who is on my level with the seriousness kind of thing.” Check out the full cover story when the issue hits newsstands September 23.
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Alexander Wang’s hotly anticipated capsule collection for H&M is set to hits stores November 6, and Style.com has just brought us three exclusive shots of the sporty-chic collection. There’s no word on pricing yet, but according to Style.com, the collection will include “apparel for both women and men…shoes and bags, as well as “Objects,” a selection of everyday items that H&M says are “reflective of the Alexander Wang lifestyle, infused with a sense of humor and irony.”” The capsule collection embodies Wang’s downtown-cool aesthetic, and will bring chic performance wear to the masses, enabling the fast-fashion retailer to compete with luxury brands in securing a slice of the growing activewear market.
Rihanna showed off her fashion prowess last weekend by sporting a variation of the grey crop-top and leggings combo below during NYFW - a full two months before the collection hits stores! The rest of us will have to count down the weeks until the collection hits stores worldwide November 6.
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With New York Fashion Week coming to an end, we’re not sure how much more beauty we can handle without exploding, but lone behold our recap on day 6 has got to be one of our favorites yet!
Sister designers Rodarte brings sea-themed complete with pirate ruffles, modern mermaids, and sea glassThe color scheme was kept mostly neutral but brought in some obvious sea like shades including greens, navy and baby blues. Rodarte, is a brand that when they pick a theme, they do their best to completely stick to it. With that being said every aspect and every detail of each look read as a hip chic at sea.
Soft and silk nightwear combined with a bit of old country, mid-western staples is the best way to describe what came down the runway yesterday at MM6 Maison Martin Margiela. The collection was influenced by western affairs and just the right hint of femininity took risks mixing denim and silk, quilted paisley along with crisp white button-ups and even got into it with tan suede and vests. We imagine that Woody’s girlfriend, Jesse, from the Toy Story would be pretty enthused about this line.
Marc by Marc Jacobs, never one to disappoint brought all new ideas to our head for styling warmer and sunnier weather but the line also gave us plenty of reasons to wish it would rain. With sleek utilitarian outerwear and new styles of his classic rain boots we got to see into the future of this So-Cal droughts end. Playful polka-dots and easter-like shades of pastel all hinted at a mod stylistic comeback and black and white has never looked so good.
A plethora of pattern, Tory Burch, made us long for the ’70s with royal shades of blue, red and yellow aside contrasting black and white. The entire line was a well curated combination of ethnic inspiration and classic feminine appeal, just the way any modern New York women would want to be. The show was the ultimate vision in sophisticated and minimalistic trend-setting and we were rather pleased with that.
Sequins and embroidery and oxfords, oh my! More than just a line of gorgeous gowns, we had our eyes set on every casual look that came down the runway at Naeem Khan yesterday. It was rather wonderful. Playful and girly with just a hint of masculinity with white patent oxfords, this is the ultimate line for any girl looking to stun and have a good time this coming spring. Rich colors and couture like embroidery showed us what it means to be a girl in 2015 and we cannot wait for it!
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Not that any day in fashion could particularly be considered a let down of any sorts, we would like to clearly state that yesterday was the furthest thing from a possible let down.
New York Fashion Week day 5 was stunning to say the least.
It turned out to be a day full of pattern, stunning solids and overwhelming beauty. But like we said, most days in the fashion world are so.
Nevertheless, some of our favorite lines were shown such as 3.1 Phillip Lim, the always pleasing Alice + Olivia and many more.
Day 5 showed us that there is nothing wrong with sticking to the classics and doing what is expected of the season. (i.e. “Florals, for spring? Groundbreaking.”) But of course, there were so many variations of the norm; unusual color choices and silhouettes that will make you cry!
But enough with talking about it, take a look!
Rag & Bone
3.0 Phillip Lim
Alice + Olivia
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The Spring 2015 shows are in full swing, and we’ve selected the top runway looks from days 2, 3, and 4 of New York Fashion Week.
Rebecca Minkoff made us yearn for a beach vacation with seafoam green and pale blue pieces paired with floppy hats in sunny colors. L.A.M.B. returned to the runway after a three year hiatus with tailored separates featuring clean lines and bright pops of color. Kate Spade New York presented feminine stripes and floral prints in fresh green, pink and navy. Monique Lhuillier’s stunning collection showcased intricately beaded dresses in soft pastels alongside racy sheer lace pieces.
Prabal Gurung brought a sporty edge to the feminine floral print in everything from ruffled dresses to bomber jackets. Alexander Wang presented fitted dresses and tailored separates that combine neutral black and white with bold accents in primary colors.
Victoria Beckham presented military-inspired dresses and coats featuring modest hemlines in neutral khaki and navy. DKNY presented festival-ready separates and dresses featuring geometric prints in bright coral. Diane von Furstenberg presented a variety of pretty floral prints in fresh color ways that would be perfect for everything from garden parties to Spring weddings. Versus Versace covered the nighttime glamour that’s often neglected on Spring runways with a variety of sexy rocker-chic minis, complete with its signature safety pin accents.
Kate Spade New York
Diane von Furstenberg
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