Every year has a checkered must have item and so does this year. We totally love the plaid pattern. See how to style up a checked blazer below, then shop the best ones for all budgets, starting with Gucci and ending with an affordable version from H&M.
H&M’s most glorious collaboration is coming. The retailer has teamed up with Italian-born, Paris-based designer Giambattista Valli on an new capsule collection. A limited amount of pieces will be available in stores and on H&M’s website on May 25, but we’ll have to wait until November 25 for the full collection to launch.
The previous and following picture are from Cannes yesterday, where Kendall Jenner debuted one of the sure-to-be best sellers from the collab: a frothy tulle dress in hot pink.
The moment our eye catched these amazing pieces, we knew that this is going to be a huge trend since it combines history, talent, inspiration and uniqueness. And the name of it…QUPA.
QUPA, is a Greece-based design studio formed by Eleni Kouineli and Stefanos Papadatos, two architects who combined their passion for architecture and handcraft to create a series of jewelry inspired by the floor plans of famous monuments, museums and other landmarks from all over the world.
The brand that they created Croquis by Cupa – a name deriving from their initials – combine Greek jewelry with architecture in a unique way, based on three stated principles: beauty, stability and convenience. Architecture should balance these three elements without any one surpassing the other. Architecture and jewelry-making share the same design principles, despite being two fields of an entirely different scale.
The aim of Croquis jewels is to increase the world’s interest towards Ancient Greece, its history and culture.
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.
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.
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”.
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.
This year, the playful print came back in a major way, showing up on the runways of major designers from Balenciaga to Jacquemus. But while a simple black-and-white motif was the standout way to wear them, it turns out there are lots of polka-dot outfits to try.
The easiest way to wear the Reebok Classics is to embrace the full athleisure look and go for a full tracksuit, but there are more looks to be inspired…! Gigi Hadid knows how to pull it off, since she is collaborated with the big athletic brand.
The new collection of the designer is chic and unique
Grey, blue, black and metallic details are been combined in the AW collection of 2018. Stelios Koudounaris is a telented designer from Cyprus, who managed to make a difference with his style. His clothes are stongly feminine, but have planty of androgynous details. We loved the layers of the collection, the voluminous touches and the interesting patterns and stripes.
The favorite designer for women who want to make a difference and own a flexible wardrobe.
From slip dresses that’ll slide nicely over a cosy knit or long sleeve T-shirt to floral prints that’ll see you from weddings to mulled-wine gatherings, Mango is nailing it for the season. http://shop.mango.com