Cable Knit Sweater: Vineyard Vines
Camel Skirt: Level 99
Flower Pin: Ban.do
Two tone Handbag: Lavand
Accessories: Kara Ackerman
Twerk queen, Iggy Azalea graces one of the covers of Oyster Mag’s November issues alongside Frank Ocean. Both stars were shot in a black and white sequence by the director/photographer Nabil Elderkin. Iggy was styled in Burberry Prorsum, Carl Kapp, Scanlan & Theodore, Minette Sheun, and Maticevski as Frank was shown in Yohji Yamamoto throughout the editorial. The issue is now on stands worldwide, view Frank’s and Azalea’s Q+A now via oystermag.com.
Don’t toss your beach towels yet, join us this weekend for a Summer ending pool party at Palm Springs’ newest hip location, the Saguaro Hotel. The weekend will be full of good music, Jarritos sodas, poolside drinks, product giveaways, after parties and endless Palm Springs sun. DJ’s spinning throughout the weekend will be DJ Charles Feel Good, Midnight Therapy, HM Sound System, and Palm Springs local Alf Alpha with a special performance by Tiron & Ayomari. Performances start on Saturday and Sunday from noon to 8pm. Booking a hotel room is highly recommended for entrance! Visit the saguaro.com for more info and use discount code DELLA in the promotion codes section to get a percentage off of your room, booking rates vary by vacancy. We will be accompanied by international fashion brand Della Los Angeles, Prospect Threads and Jarritos who will be providing the gift bags and drinks. View the weekend line-up below of the official after parties at Bar and the #EndlessSummer Brunch at Giuseppes.
Prospect Threads will be giving away free product throughout the night!
Join us Sunday morning for bottemless mimosas at the official pre-game brunch!
We hope to see you all there!
Cara Delevingne is a 21-year old supermodel who just so happens to be multi-talented. Her love for drums has been well known but Cara also has a voice. She shows off her singing talents in a duet with singer and songwriter, Will Heard. They recorded an acoustic version of Sonnentanz (The Sun Don’t Shine) in a studio in London last week. Cara has always been open about her career path and seems to be well rounded enough to be able to venture off in different industries and succeed. Cara admits that she wants to sing, make music and act in addition to being a top model. What’s next for this renowned talent? We can’t wait to see what more she can bring to the table. Surprise us Cara.
This week at the Magic Trade Show hosted in Las Vegas, the men’s market has come a long way and frankly, it’s about time . The industry has exploded in recent years, as said by Senior Trend Analysis, Tim Bess, there are rapid changes in technology. We are seeing performance fabrics and active wear in the designer market. Well tailored merchandise is taking the limelight and men consumers are under the impact of this powerful attraction. We see slim fits, classic seasonal fabrics, and a dark saturated color palette. The Doneger Group’s Mobility in Menswear presentation prior to the Magic/Project Trade Show on Monday conveys this overriding theme of tailored clothing and technology for the Spring season. Each look in the presentation comes together and embodies the quintessence of class. We are looking forward to more innovating influences menswear can bring while staying true to their simplistic nature.
The most exciting time for fashion is fall. It is a time where everyone revamps their wardrobe and reaches for levels of innovation not yet met. From couture designers trying to impress the ‘seen it all’ bloggers and fashion icons, to high school survivors trying to upgrade their closets from the year before, Teen Vogue takes advantage of this opportunity to share a snippet of their top trend forecasts for the fall season.
On August 10th, Nordstrom hosted an event at The Grove in Los Angeles, with Teen Vogue who partnered with Collection B Jackets. Four looks were based on the “Street Smart” trend and the other four were named “Little Darlings.” Freelance editor Michelle Meyer hosted the show and walked the audience through the magic that was happening in the mind of Teen Vogue forecasters.
Street Smarts denote that an individual is knowledgeable on how to handle oneself in the world. Dressing the part is not any different. The looks were edgy, grungy and rough around the edges. As I modeled for the event, my outfit started with sweet gray, ombre-printed leggings with a white sweater and a gray leather Collection B Jacket. The look was pulled together nicely and surely sparked an interest in a few girls in the audience to find an outfit inspired by mine.
“Little Darlings” was a trend that showcased a more lady-like look in relation to “Street Smart.” Behind the hard exterior some girls can build up, there is a soft and feminine aesthetic to us when we open up to you. My second look was all about the layers. Black leggings, a printed floral dress, cropped sweater and a red Collection B Jacket. It was girly enough to make the boys wink, but the red leather jacket said, “You can look, but you definitely can’t touch.”
The day was filled with raffle winners having the opportunity to be styled by Meyer, a special guest performance by the new upcoming boy band, After Romeo, and a stylist workshop hosted by blogger Mod Fox. Stepping outside of Nordstrom, consumers and fans had a great time in the grass receiving free mani’s, ice cream and a makeup makeover. The day was definitely packed with fun and excitement. Teen Vogue hopes that you are more than excited to start the school year and are able to open your closet on the first day of school and say, “I have so much to wear!”
There were simply not enough words to describe my excitement when I heard that Target’s next designer collaboration will be NYC-based, modern genius, Phillip Lim. Joining Target’s collab hall of famers including, Jason Wu, Prabal Gurung, and most recently celebrity stylist Kate Young, Phillip will produce a men’s and women’s collection set to debut on September 15th.
“Since an early age, I’ve been intrigued by the idea of design evolution,” said Lim. “One of the reasons I wanted to collaborate with Target is because I felt that together we could create a collection that would inspire — one that is cool and chic, but still very accessible.”
With more than 100 items priced from $19.99 to $299.99, 3.1 Phillip Lim for Target will do just that — bring his super-cool, refined designs to the modern-day citizen who lives a multi-faceted life.
The collection features apparel and accessories in neutral fall tones and patterns, and includes shoes, bags, and even travel accessories that will be available at most Target stores and at target.com. What a great reward after NYFW!
Here is a sneak peak:
Let the countdown begin!
In case you haven’t already heard, Penelope Cruz, and her sister, Monica Cruz have become quite the pair. They created their very own Lingerie line for Agent Provocateur, which officially went on sale yesterday. The dynamic duo had spoken to each other about the possibility of a lingerie line, and just two weeks later, they began putting their designs together without wasting any time. The very scandalous line has a variety of colors and styles to choose from, and you can get your very own little sneak peak, below!
I must say, I am VERY impressed. The cruz sisters have truly blown us away.
I am probably the biggest online shopping whore that you will ever meet. UPS and Fed-Ex can probably get to my house without a GPS now, sadly. So if you are like me, AND you live in the U.S. you know that H&M never gave U.S. shoppers the opportunity to shop through the web. Talk about first world pains. But no need to worry anymore, because H&M lovers, such as myself, can now be lazy and shop in sweats with an online H&M shopping bag.
Here is a little preview of what you will see once you enter the website and begin your online shopping spree.
According to Vogue.com, “Saks Fifth Avenue has been bought by Hudson’s Bay Company, the parent company of luxury Canadian store chain Lord & Taylor. The deal has been valued at $2.9 billion.” The sale will see the American luxury retailer, finally reach Canada for the first time, as well as open up to seven new stores, in addition to twenty-five of its Off-5th discount shops.
Saks, famous for its iconic Fifth Avenue flagship in Manhattan, will operate separately within HBC and have its own merchandising, marketing and store operations teams. It will also keep its New York headquarters.
“This exciting portfolio of three iconic brands creates one of North America’s premier fashion retailers,” said Mr. Baker, HBC’s chairman and chief executive office. “I’ve had a long connection with Saks over the years, and I am thrilled to bring one of the world’s most recognized luxury retailers in the HBC family.”
Shares of Saks Inc. have already risen 3.4 per cent to $15.83 on Wall Street.