Couture week in Paris just ended. It’s a prelude to ready-to-wear collection season, which will commence in New York in a couple of weeks. Vetements initiated a new habit last July when they showed SS 17 on the couture calendar among the artisanal wears of other labels. That collection was full of collaborations with off-the-radar heritage brands, like Champion and Canada Goose, as well as more curious ones like Juicy Couture (you can now buy a pair of velour sweatpants for over $1,000, in
Today in exciting, wallet-affecting news, Mansur Gavriel — the New-York-based cult fave that might have single-handedly revived the term “it bag” — just announced it’ll be moving away from the traditional fashion calendar to show its collections in-season (as in, see-now-buy-now). That means they’ll be presenting their Winter 2017 collection later this year rather than next month. Cool! (And on trend.) But their announcement is about more than a format shift:
With beautiful Women’s marches taking place all over the world, this weekend seemed like a good chance to don my Par Femme tee and proudly put out all the girl power vibes !!! I’m wearing: Par Femme t-shirt, Carven skirt, Reliquia earrings, Oroton bag, Swarovski iPhone case, Jimmy Choo shoes. SOURCE: Chloe Chill - Read entire story here.
Let’s face it, who isn’t a sucker for a sophisticated bootie? One in particular that strut its way into our latest must-haves is the Paul Andrew Bijoux Bootie. Made in pavillion grey satin (also coming in black and bridal white) with nylon mesh and hand-embroidered flowers, this open-toe ankle bootie showcases a thick 11.5cm heel that is sure to give you legs for days. Although a bit of an investment piece retailing at $1,895, these show-stoppers add a touch of Italian luxury to your