The limited-edition handbags and accessories collection, ‘Serpenti Through the Eyes of Ambush,’ celebrates the beauty and power of the slithering snake animal, with a vibrant colour palette and soft silhouettes.
“I wanted to dress my cat up in Han-styled clothing but I can’t find pet clothes that had designs I liked and were of good quality, so I've decided to come up with my own,” Qiuqiao shared with Yahoo Lifestyle SEA.
From *that* beaded Shrimps bag to YSL and Chloe - here's how to get up to 85% off designer bags this Black Friday.
SINGAPORE — More than 190 brands are opening in Funan Mall across six themes like Tech, Craft, Play, Fit, Chic and Taste. Out of the pool, 60% of its brands originate from Singapore, across fashion, design and food.
When Lady Amelia Windsor stepped out for the third royal wedding of the year in a frilly daisy-emblazoned frock, we weren’t the only ones to frantically google where we could bag one.It turns out, the fabulous spring number is by Turkish fashion extraordinaire Gül Hürgel and is remarkably (everyone, breath a sigh of relief) still in stock.After bloggers far and wide made a beeline for the Buckingham Palace-approved look, it got us thinking - where else can we shop wedding guest attire that the regal cool girl would want to borrow?From the Self-Portrait dress at the top of our shopping list to a high street jumpsuit sure to steal the big day, the hunt for wedding guest attire is well and truly over.
SINGAPORE — The Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS) recently organised a Graduate Fashion Show 2019, featuring works by ten young designers based on the theme ‘Singularity’.
Recently, SocietyA debuted new labels to their line-up, which are Malaysian designer labels Afiq M. and Syomirizwa Gupta, with a special showcase by Jonathan Liang, who's stocked four seasons with them. Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore spoke to the talented designers Syomir Izwa and Jonathan, who were both in town for the showcase.
Ever since Gucci set their stunning collection of hand painted garments down the catwalk for Spring 2016 we have all been lusting over hand-painted jackets, boots and dresses. Furthermore, definitely nowhere near good enough to be sold on ASOS or in prestigious shop Liberty London. There is no stopping designer Phiney Pet, she has already collaboration with JuJu Footwear and has seen celebrities such as Miley Cyrus don her creations.
New York Fashion Week is upon us, and while the style world is always keen to see what the esteemed one-named wonders (Marc! Oscar! Carolina!) are up to, it is also important to consider the new guard. This season there is a bevy of newcomers with serious pedigree showing for the first time. If you want to be in the know this NYFW, then you’ll study this list. They are the future of fashion in NYC. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Photo: Steven Klein for Alexander Wang These days, you’re not a legit star until a fashion label’s snatched you up and added you to its posse. In lieu of becoming the latest soldier of the Balmain Army like girlfriend Bella Hadid, R&B artist The Weeknd—who’s currently touring North America—is newly collaborating with designer Alexander Wang on… something (See UPDATE below)! Though neither party has made an explicit announcement, Wang posted a brief memo on Twitter Tuesday, simply reading “#WangXO Stay tuned”—”XO” being the name of The Weeknd’s own label. #WANGxo Stay tuned.
On Monday night the fashion glitterati streamed into Spring Studios for a dinner to announce the winners of the annual CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Prize. After four months of multiple design challenges, a full-on runway show presided over by Kim and Kanye at the Chateau Marmont, and countless meetings with the likes of Anna Wintour and Diane von Furstenberg, the ten contestants were primed and ready for the results. “Tonight is the night,” menswear designer Thaddeus O’Neil said (somewhat nervously) walking into the venue. He was greeted by Calvin Klein’s Francisco Costa who offered an encouraging pat on the back. Once inside there was a frenetic energy while designers, celebs, editors, and the like mingled with excitement. Riccardo Tisci chatted with von Furstenberg while waiting for Amanda Seyfried to finish taking photos in one of his cream colored lace slip dresses; Demi Moore clung to Zac Posen’s side; and Lake Bell cut a smashing figure in a white Calvin Klein sheath. Meanwhile, shoe designer George Esquivel, a 2009 finalist remarked how impactful this program is. “Whether you win or lose, this contest will definitely change your life,” he said. “It changed mine!” After a dinner of chicken pot pie (a CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund tradition) and a surprise performance by Andra Day, it was revealed that for the first time the competition had a three-way tie. Womenswear designer Jonathan Simkhai, Gypsy Sport’s Rio Uribe, and Brother Vellies’ sustainable shoe designer, Aurora James, all took home the grand prize of $300,000 plus a year of mentorship. Earlier this year, Uribe predicted his win to Yahoo Style. “No one is left out of the Gypsy Sport brand. It includes everyone,” he said. “It’s the people’s brand and I think that people can recognize that. I have nothing against whoever else wins, but if Gypsy Sport wins, I think it’s just going to be the beginning of more of a connection with the consumer than a lot of other brands out there.” Kudos! Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.