Like me, if you’re always sourcing for the latest arm candy, then you’ll know the names of today’s hottest brands that are on your radar right now.
For those who’s already planned their outfits for the next gathering, here are some products that will look great as part of your streetwear collection.
It’s winter in the real world, but in the fashion world we have moved on to spring and summer.And there’s no better way to get a sneak peek into what our wardrobe will be when the weather gets warmer than to look at the latest ad campaigns, in which actresses and models collide.What do you get when you have Brit sisters Suki Waterhouse, Immy Waterhouse and model of the moment Alanna Arrington all modeling for you? The new ‘Find Your Spring’ Shopbop campaign that centers on female friendship, girl power at its best and a look at the six major spring trends. From ‘Pretty in Pink’ to ‘All Day Lingerie’ Suki and co play dress up in this video but be warn, it will make you dream of warm weather and wishing you are in California!The new Burberry campaign features shots by photographer Josh Olins of models Amber Witcomb and Tom Fool posing in front of works by iconic British sculptor Henry Moore.Bella and Anwar Hadid are fronting the Zadig & Voltaire ads. The ads feature the siblings, plus influencer DJ Clara 3000 and model Vera Van Erp, shot in in Paris’s 16th arrondissement. Bella Hadid also joins older sister Gigi in both the Fendi and Moschino spring campaigns.Lauren Hutton graces the latest campaign for Bottega Veneta, looking every inch the iconic supermodel while carrying the brand’s newest bag, the “City Knot”. Michelle Williams and Jennifer Connelly front the latest Louis Vuitton Series 6 campaign, while Chloë Sevigny looks sultry-chic in J.W.Anderson. And Vittoria Ceretti is officially the model of the moment, landing Bottega Veneta and Fendi, among others.Look through our gallery to stay up to date on who’s who in the Spring/Summer 2017 fashion campaigns.
During Hedi Slimane’s last show for Saint Laurent, he sent two incredible fur coats down the runway. One, is a big blue jacket with exaggerated shoulders. The other, in red, is shaped like a heart. Both are beloved by fashion people and celebrities alike, with Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Kendall Jenner, and more all rocking the $15,500 pieces.
This fall, bags come in all shapes and sizes, literally! From Balenciaga’s large tote to Gucci’s super-sized shopper to Louis Vuitton’s mini camera box, your outfit will not be complete without a statement bag from this season’s hottest designers. And if your last-season favorite is in need of an update, we’ve got your covered there, too. Loved Chloé’s Faye bag? There’s a new one on the block, and she’s called Lexa by the way. We’ve edited the best of the best, so click ahead to make sure you have the perfect candy on your arm or across your body this fall.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Taking a stab is Justin Bieber, who’s been seen strutting his stuff ’round New York the past few days wearing destroyed skinny jeans, a long black henley top, a flannel vest, and a pair of classic Saint Laurent Chelsea boots with 1.6 inch stacked heels — retail value, $895.
An advertisement for labia reshaping has been banned for making women feel bad about the appearance of their vaginas. London Bridge Plastic Surgery clinic was cited by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), the U.K.’s industry watchdog, for being irresponsible. The clinic fought the charge, asserting that the procedure to reduce and reshape the size of the labia minora (inner lips) and labia majora (outer lips) “could be a source of physical discomfort and psychological distress for women and could be caused by pregnancy and childbirth or even some sports or hormonal effects.” Because of this, and the fact that the publication in which it ran found no offense, London Bridge Plastic Surgery didn’t feel it was right to discourage a potentially beneficial advertisement. And while the ASA claimed to understand, its decision was still upheld. “We considered that it was irresponsible to imply that any part of a person’s body was not natural in appearance, including because it could encourage them to be dissatisfied with their body, regardless of whether or not it encouraged them to undertake cosmetic surgery,” the ruling read. The notorious regulator might be commendable in its actions, it doesn’t technically have the authority to prohibit anything from being printed or posted. Instead, it generally leverages media attention to raise issues, with the commercials continuing their run. Over the past few years, the Brit witch hunters of advertising have cited L'Oreal, Dior, Miu Miu, Marc Jacobs, and more for everything from overly “sexually suggestive poses” to “excessive airbrushing.” Here, some of ASA’s recent citations. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
No joke: Hedi Slimane is leaving his post at Saint Laurent. Following rumors of his departure, the news was confirmed on (funny enough) April Fool’s Day.
To build anything great, you need a solid foundation — and when it comes to building a man’s wardrobe, that foundation must comprise certain pieces that are crucial to achieve success. Sure, you can spend your whole salary on designer shoes and coats, but these basics really make an outfit come together. From a classic white T-shirt to a dark-wash denim, here are nine must-have pieces for every stylish guy’s wardrobe. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed every day.
On Tuesday, Blake Lively showed of her mile-long stems at a luncheon in New York, but it wasn’t just her gams that got everyone’s attention. The Age of Adaline star managed to pull off a stylistic coup by marrying high fashion and athleisure in one look by wearing a blush varsity jacket over a flirty feather minidress, paired with Christian Louboutin heels. Here are three ways to mimic the star’s flawless high-low style. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Last night in Los Angeles at the Palladium Theater, Hedi Slimane presented Fall 2016 men’s and Pre-Fall 2016 women’s collections for Saint Laurent, inspired by musical acts like the late David Bowie and Janis Joplin. The choice of Los Angeles over New York City meant that Hollywood’s best and brightest came out for the show, from Dakota and Elle Fanning — who were rocking bold glitter eye makeup in the front row — to beauty mogul Jessica Alba to Justin Bieber with platinum blonde hair. On the runway in the famed musical venue, the rock ‘n’ roll element was evident in the long hair for both men and women, and glitter makeup reminiscent of another era.Related:The Many Looks of David Bowie, Master of ReinventionsCelebrities Who Look Better With Dyed Hair50 Years of David Bowie’s Hairstyles in 5 Seconds
There is nothing the fashion set loves more these days than the children of famous people, and Dylan Jagger Lee is the latest of this esteemed group to win the approval of a major design house. The 18 year old calls former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson and rocker Tommy Lee (of Mötley Crüe fame) mom and dad, and has just landed himself a modeling gig with Saint Laurent.Creative director Hedi Slimane shot the brown-haired lad to promote Saint Laurent’s forthcoming show at the Palladium in LA on February 10th. Slimane snapped a few (mostly shirtless) photos of the teen and put together a black and white video showing Dylan at the beach, clutching his surfboard and strumming a guitar – the picture of ultimate teenage heartthrob.Before Lee takes the runway for the storied fashion house in a few days, you should get to know the guy, too. Click thought the slideshow to find out some more about Dylan Jagger Lee, who could be fashion’s next it-boy.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Shoes are vital part of dressing up, but not everyone has the same taste (obviously). While one might lean toward more minimal looks, someone else might opt for a more laid-back, bohemian look. It’s all good! Fashion is all about personal preference and there is no wrong look or style as there is something for everyone. Here are 25 pairs of shoes for every personality type. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
While temperatures plummet on the East Coast, El Niño is wreaking havoc on the West Coat. After you ditch your galoshes, treat yourself to some fanciful footwear. These 13 kickass boots are an easy and colorful way to transform your outfit from drab to fab. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
It’s been a good year for fashion. We’ve talked about what to wear to various holidays and occasions, where to find the best “It Bag,” how to pack like a pro, and even what classics should be in your wardrobe. As 2015 draws to a close, we offer one last hurrah — what to wear on your New Year’s getaway of course! Here, Yahoo Style editors suggests five varied looks based on their own personal travels. Bon voyage and see you in 2016!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Photo: @ysl/Twitter Unlike many designers behind Paris-based fashion brands, Hedi Slimane, Saint Laurent’s creative director, spends most of his time in Los Angeles. Now, he’s taken his affection for board sports even further and collaborated on a line of surfboards and skateboard decks. The limited edition boards — only 80 surfboards and 300 skate decks were made — were manufactured in California by Tanner Prairie, a local shaper. The eclectic designs include a hot pink tie dye with “BABY” in big block letters and cheetah print boards with Saint Laurent on the bottom.
There’s nothing wrong with a little leather jacket—it’s practical, sophisticated, easy to wear over everything from jeans to evening gowns—but it’s about time fashion offered a new go-to silhouette. Luckily, the bomber jacket’s on fire right now. The slightly bubbled military-inspired look got a high-fashion update at Vetements last season, after which it was spotted on Rihanna (dozens of time) and became an instant street style hit. Between fall and spring’s runways, brands from Chanel to Yeezy, Louis Vuitton to Rag & Bone have tossed the easy-to-wear jacket on top of a range of looks. Recently, we did a deep dive into the jacket’s storied history, tracing its origins from the air force to the runway, and now it’s time to shop it out. Vintage fiends will have a field day finding old Japanese bombers on eBay or Etsy. But they’re also readily available from brands like Acne, Saint Laurent, and even Abercrombie & Fitch, ranging from $59 to, well, a lot more.Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Every new season we’re presented with trends, trends, trends! And while it’s certainly fun to dabble and wear whimsical pieces, we suggest sticking to the classics when spending real money on fashion. After all, if you’re going to splurge, shouldn’t it be for piece that you’ll want to wear forever?I’ve always tried to equate purchases of this nature to a simple game of math: If you buy an expensive pair of shoes for, say, $500 and wear them five times before you decide that they are out of fashion, that’s $100 a pop, more than a meal for two at most restaurants in Manhattan (or anywhere, really). So while you’ll probably look cute each of those five times, is it really worth it? Or there’s the more environmental approach: Earlier this year green-fashion pioneer Livia Firth told us that wearing a piece at least 30 times before discarding it is not only good for your wallet, but also better for the Earth. Shopping can be a fun and frivolous way to blow off steam, but that’s a rather sobering argument in the era of fast fashion, isn’t it?Whatever your shopping motivation, if you’re a true style hound, it’s the thrill of a good purchase that really gets you going. For me, historically, those pieces have been the ones that I can wear again and again: a great little black dress by Altuzarra, a pair of vintage Levi’s jeans, black pointy-toed loafers by Phillip Lim. They are pieces that can stand the test of time and actually look good with a little wear and tear.“Investment pieces are available more than they’ve ever been,” says Roopal Patel, the SVP fashion director of Saks Fifth Avenue. “Designers are really honing in on that. They are creating pieces that are timeless, not a trend item for the season.” She is quick to point out that the “GG logo bags” at Gucci and the bomber jackets at Saint Laurent fall under this category of the new classics that are worth splurging on at the moment. She also doesn’t discredit a great piece of heritage jewelry or a handbag that works for day-to-day activities. “I feel right now the Mansur Gavriel bags are classic and they’re at a great price point,” she says.Marquee labels are always the dream, but those price tags can quickly bring us back down to reality, which is why we’ve presented the 11 classic pieces that we believe every woman should own — at a variety of price points. Happy shopping!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
L.L. Bean is increasing its production and intends to make half a million duck boots this season, and if you’re not lucky enough to get your hands (and feet!) on a pair, you’ll have to wait until next year. The American heritage brand refuses to alter how the boots are made (hand stitched in Maine) in order to accommodate the surge in orders, but don’t fret. Here are over a dozen alternatives — some more fashion forward than others — so you can protect yourself from the elements all winter long. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
“One of our most popular combos, for missionaries and non-missionaries alike! Our Stripe Houston Top and Red Atlanta Skirt,” She Traveled shared on Facebook of the above outfit. In fashion, there’s something for just about everyone. She Traveled was started by three women — Stacie Proctor, Deborah Kingdon, and Mabel Alarcon — to offer modest and chic options for those practicing their religion in the field (at 19, women have the opportunity to travel abroad in pursuit of converts) and at home.
Getting dressed for work in the morning is never an easy feat — and that goes double when you’re the boss. The right outfit needs to command respect, communicate your style, and with any luck, subtly let people know you’re the kind of has-it-all-together #GirlBoss they should be listening to.Whether you’re climbing the corporate ladder, in the trenches of academia, or building a blogging empire from your living room couch, we’ve identified five common OOTD challenges — and we’ll show you how a boss solves ‘em all, straight ahead.Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.