It’a a dominating fashion trend that can’t be pulled easily. From head to toe this motif adds a androgynous spirit in your looks. You can say that this is the perfect print to wear for fall and winter. I particularly love this graphic statement and even more when you pair it with bright or neon colors.
Capes are back! We saw them conquoring the runaways. Chanel, Victoria Beckham and many more designers got inspired from this trend. So if you want to stay modern while firmly classic, the return of the cape is the answer, a chic complement to both casual looks and eveningwear.
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.
We would have thought that Victoria Beckham would be the last person at the event to try this season’s neon trend, however, instead of wearing her usual black fitted evening gowns, she opted for a pair of baggy black trousers, tapered at the ankle, with a pair of highlighter pink stiletto court shoes with black low-dernier tights underneath. The looks was spotted at the National Portrait Gallery gala, in which Kate Middleton was also there.
Who doesn’t love Hawkers? For this season the brand created two new premium design. Hypnose ( Feminine style, angular cat eye design with pronounced cuts in high-quality acetate) and Lauper (thick-rimmed, narrow rectangular frames in high-quality acetate) – two new silhouettes in on-trend neon, which draws from 80s influences. You can also find them in black and havana print.
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.
Life is so much better with candles, since every moment has it’s own fragrance. You are going to need a different scent to relax, a different to soak in the bath, or to read your favorite book, or to cook and a different one whenever you want to set a romantic tone.
The interesting thing about these candles is that when they burn soya creme is created, which you can use to massage and moisture your hands and other parts of your body. The aroma that travels in the atmosphere is absolutely amazing. You can find 8 new soy candle experiences in the basic collection and in the moisturizing, who is enhanced with almond and coconut oil. Each candle lasts for 40 hours.
The prairie dress is about to become an even bigger deal for summer 2019 (we have also seen it the previous summer). These long-sleeved, long-length, often floral or broderie anglaise styles are just the kind of “throw on” dresses we’ve been craving for years. You can even style it during the following season, if you style it with high boots and a cozy sweater!
The key to style it right is to choose the proper accesories, belts, necklaces in order to give a bohemian touch to your romantic look, ankle boots our high ones.
Plundering the decade for yet another round of inspirational looks, you are going to carry on seeing strong shoulders, lamé, glitzy party dresses, Pworthy skirt suits and gaudy accessories that all echo the eighties most outrageous trends.
Either you are influenced by Lady D or by Madonna…80s are back and better than ever. Oversized jackets and jeans, bold colors and extra large shirts in combination with extra large belts.