The Chanel Chevron Classic Flap Bag used to marry the Chanel Reissue 2.55 Flap Bag. They made a baby – Ah, what cute. It got the mademoiselle lock and the chains from the Reissue 2.55 together, which has the Chevron Quilting from the Chevron Bag. The Chanel Reissue 2.55 Bi-Quilted Flap Bag is the first-time ever that Chanel mixed the Chevron Quilting with Diamond Quilting, hence the name Bi-Quilting.
Tess Holliday, a model famous for her body-positive activism, has helped her build a following of more than 1.4 million people on Instagram. But with the election just around the corner, Tess decided it was time to switch up her message and get political. She posted a picture of herself in a T-shirt that read, “Respect Women #DumpTrump." on Saturday.
You’re not the only one that feel a nip in the air. With autumn on its last legs and winter starting to make its icy presence felt so staying warm becomes top priority. Trapping heat is essential but get excessive with your layers and you’ll be sweating like a Volkswagen executive during a diesel emissions test. Instead, use our layering cheat sheet and you’ll not only look on-point, but be well-equipped to beat the elements too.
My mum wearing classic Levi’s 501s left me a vivid memories – stonewashed, high-waisted with a button-fly and loose tapered legs in signature thick denim – throughout my childhood to do the gardening or take the dog on a muddy walk.
When I groe as an adolescence, when replicating Kate Moss and Sienna Miller in their super-skinny Sass & Bide ‘Misfits’ (remember those?) became my ultimate goal, I would tease her about how ‘dated’ her pale Levi’s were. ‘They’ll come back around one day,’ she’d say, like all mums do.
President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama welcome Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and Mrs. Landini to the White House for a state dinner.
Hosted by President Obama, the final state dinner in honor of Italy’s prime minister, first lady Michelle Obama wore a custom rose-gold chain-mail gown from Atelier Versace. It was a slinky gown with an asymmetrical neckline that slithered like liquid metal down her torso and around her hips. It was pure Hollywood glamour.
Autumn-Winter 2017-18 is coming, consumers will be wearing all manner of colors and prints, and garments that make them feel a free sense of expression.
Being delightes with the next design cycle, the trend forum at Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics looked at three stories: Enigmatic, Manifesto and Eccentric.
Melania Trump either has a twisted sense of humor or she didn’t read her clothing tags.
Just days after a lewd video of Donald Trump talking about “grab(bing) them by the p—y,” his wife showed up at the second presidential debate in a shirt called “Pussy-bow.”
The $1,100 fuchsia shirt from Gucci is part of the design house’s pre-fall 2016 collection and cut from silk crepe de chine.
“We think it’s a chic way to elevate office or weekend looks,” Gucci said online.
Will fashion get swept away with “Niagara” next spring? In a webinar “Getting Color Right for Spring ’17,” Pantone named the shade of denim blue the top color for the season.
Pantone said the hazy ozone shade of blue resembles washed denim and exudes “ease and relaxation.” The color has been seen in Spring ’17 runway shows by DKNY, Gucci and Adam Selman.
Pantone Global Director of Marketing for Fashion, Home and Interiors Mitchell Cole said yarn dyeing is denim brands’ best shot at creating the color.
There are plenty of fun and fresh ideas to update your hair for the new season for you to cut it short, add some fringe or simply play with texture, .
The possibilities are endless! But one major tip for cutting your hair this fall, is to make sure your part is interchangeable. “A middle part with collarbone length hair will create a soft everyday look. A very deep exaggerated side part will give you a sexy, cozy look for fall,” said Michelle Forst, celebrity stylist at George the Salon in Chicago.
Debra Bar is head of marketing at Bank Leumi in New York, but her office wear these days doesn’t scream “bank executive.” She has purged her closet of business suits, replacing them with colorful dresses that she enjoys wearing more. Her heels are gathering dust in a desk drawer while she dons flat shoes, and even sneakers, since injuring her knee.
“No one really notices that I’m not wearing heels every day,” she says. “As long as you look nice, no one cares anymore. There’s no dress code.”