Yay or nay?
Taking things extraterrestrial for AW18 were Jeremy Scott and Prada who turned to space for hair and make-up looks that were out of this world, literally.
Autumn hair trends
Whether it’s elaborate embellished updos, an 80s perm revival or the fash crowd’s go-to ‘I woke up like this’ hair, fashion month is the place to get all your hair inspo for next season. Most of the colors where natural. Interesting jewelry and accessories are coming back! Ready?
The iconic white striped nailed it again!
The 23-year-old Amsterdam Fashion Institute student Danielle Cathari did it! She designed a cool collection. Deconstructed tracksuits, cropped bustiers with an athleisure twist, oversize denim with a matching mini-skirt and the brand’s signature triple lines running in every direction. The ambassador of Adidas Originals, Kendall Jenner plus the bold colors made this collection go grazy on instagram.
It’s crystal clear to me
The ’90s throwback made a splash last summer via sandals with see-through straps. Then, Chanel took it to new heights on its Spring 2018 runway, showing clear boots, slickers and accessories en masse. Meaning? If anything, this trend is gaining momentum.
Customizing clothing to make a difference
A new promising brand is coming to conquer our wardrobes, either we are a he or a she. Have you ever wanted to visit a store and find unique pieces? Well you are lucky, since “Tunnel” listens to your needs and creates fashionable pieces, that you couldn’t resist to try and buy. A rebel wear with sewing details and fabric quality, that has clothing easy to mix and match. As the fashion designer of the brand, Flo Marinella, quoted “Tunnel was a dream to create a brand filled with freedom, movement, beauty and strength”.
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Air Force 1 and Air Jordan 1 are back!
These classic silhouettes have a long history, they’ve now been reborn for the first time by women and for women. “They’re two of our most iconic shoes at Nike, and they’re rich in DNA,” says Georgina James, senior creative director at Nike Sportswear. “They were designed for men, and now the challenge was to reimagine them for women.” In just five days, a group of women created 10 distinct pairs.