This video lookbook features none other than current "It Girl" Japanese model Kiko Mizuhara donnng several pieces from Reebok’s Spring/Summer 2014 collection. Stay tuned for more details on its release in the near future.
Models like Jourdan Dunn, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and Candice Swanepoel go all out to strike their best post for Testino in this new editorial for the American fashion magazine, which is set to debut in the March 2014 issue. More stills below.
Shot in Milan by photographer Laurence Ellis, this latest lookbook features models Leomie Anderson, Malika Askarova, Karolijn Zomer, Binx-Gia Tang and blogger Tina Leung posing in Marcelo Burlon's newest collection. The designer's signature bold graphic can be seen throughout the range, which includes T-shirts, leggings, hoodies, shorts and a dress. Expected hit select Marcelo Burlon stockists soon.
Parisian boutique colette has collaborated with Panasonic to offer its take on the Lumix GM1 camera. The partnership sees the micro four thirds shooter decked out with a luxe blue alligator-embossed leather wrap around the body.
Here's a look at the third capsule collection from the likes of DKNY and Opening Ceremony. The range includes everything from graphical tanks and T-shirts to hoodies and leggings. They will also be introducing a range of unisex accessories, including two pairs of platform sneakers, leather backpacks and headwear. Available over at the OC webstore, prices range from $50 to $235 USD.
For her Fall 2014 collection, Monique Lhuillier gave her designs a darker edge, describing it as "A bold, dramatic twist."
To achieve that, she incorporated the skull - however, Lhuillier's skulls are so subtle, one would have to be told they were there to spot them. Upon closer look, they can be seen in the embroidery of a gold lace bolero, as well as a lace-and-tulle mini. The skull design was more obvious on a digitally printed neoprene dress. The rendering wasn't great, but the silhouette was.
Christian Siriano's fall 2014 collection was an homage to the mid-century model. The silhouettes were culture-inspired and looked as if they were plucked out of Irving Penn's photos.
Siriano didn't reach far beyond his initial reference, but it was hard not to like the clothes. The result: he executed it better than in past seasons. "I still want her to looked dressed," he said of the oversize eyelet tops and tea-length skirts.
Prabal Gurung bids the 1950s goodbye by producing a more contemplative collection. His models were decked in scarves and pashmina wraps high around their necks, and ankle straps on their heels that jingled softly with tiny bells.
Just in time for New York Fashion Week, a new exhibit examines the sources of fashion trends for the past two centuries.
Trend-ology, an exhibit at the Museum of FIT, goes through a decade-by-decade chronology, featuring 100 glorious ensembles from brands like Christian Dior, Oscar de la Renta, Chanel, Rodarte, and Christian Lacroix, along with other highlights of the biggest fashion trends throughout the years.
Louis Vuitton is set to launch its third collection of artist scarves for 2014 spring/summer. The collection looks to the house's affinity for street up with Chilean artist INTI's work and Brooklyn based pop artist Kenny Scharf.
Shot by photographer Miles Aldridge, the new Agent Provocateur Spring/Summer 2014 campaign seems to have been inspired by idea of the perfect "Stepford Wife." The eye popping collection features plenty of saturated hues, peekaboo lace, girly gingham, intricate embroidery and slinky knee high splits. Available now over at Agent Provocateur.
We’ve got our eye on Saint Laurent's Classic Tribute Sandal this month. Its design is timeless and it’s a fashion lover’s closet must-have. The Tribute Sandal is popular, and celebrities love it so much that the shoe even earned the title of being a ubiquitous “go-to red carpet shoe”
Vogue has dubbed Lena Dunham "The New Queen of Comedy." In fact, they've said it on their February cover, which is graced by Dunham.
Dunham was lensed by Annie Leibovitz, and in the magazine she discusses her ongoing attempts at depicting realistic sexual experiences on screen, which includes plenty of nudity. She also explained how much she knows about fashion, and how different her body is from the stereotypical fashion fare: