Deborah Lyons Kicks Off London Fashion Week With Jazz Night

COMING HOME: Deborah Lyons loves keeping her audience entertained.
For the debut of her new fall 2019 collection, she took over London’s Burlington Arcade on the eve of London Fashion Week — which also happened to be Valentine’s Day — dressed it up with myriad red roses and invited guests and their loved ones for a jazz night.
There were drinks, chocolate treats and a live jazz performance, with the band and singers sporting Lyons’ new fall 2019 pieces, which channeled a tougher, more confident mood, with a darker color palette and a strong focus on the brand’s signature silhouettes.
Some of the highlights included plaid tailored blazers and matching slim pants, body-hugging jumpsuits and a dramatic maxidress appliquéd with red roses all over.
This was the first time Lyons showed on home turf, after taking her show on the road and hosting her debut presentation aboard a Eurostar carriage last September.
“We wanted to do something more intimate and local this time, that brought together our immediate community. Also it’s a nice way to lead into London Fashion Week,” Lyons said.
Her aim with choosing off-schedule slots and alternative presentation formats remains the same: Cutting through the fashion week noise and getting the right audience

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Warm RTW Fall 2019

“My husband gave me this photo a long time ago, it’s of the Venice Beach Rock Festival in 1967,” designer Winnie Beattie remarked, holding up a picture of the back of a girl seemingly swaying with her hand in the air facing the festival landscape. “I was like ‘Oh my God that looks like such a “Warm” girl to me,’ like the spirit, so it kind of started this whole festival vibes for me — not in a Coachella — but in a 1967 Venice retro [way].” Influenced by the image’s energizing yet easygoing spirit, Beattie sought out to elevate the relaxed fashion depicted through modernized silhouettes.
The collection included a lively mix of silks and velvets in pieces that could be, “super earthy-hippy or super sophisticated,” as she put it. For instance, new wide-leg, relaxed pants in burnt orange velvet with a matching loungey jacket or Chinese dragon printed slightly-shimmery lurex jumpsuit. Beattie’s familiar printed frocks came in wonderful updated floral and striped colorways; two of the best came in short A-line minidress silhouette. Ditto to her uber soft, solid cotton voile jacquard blouses with smocked cuffs and collar and short-sleeve long dresses. Beattie successfully emulated the folky festival vibes

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Mother of Pearl Takes Charge of Sustainability Conversation at London Fashion Week

LONDON — Mother of Pearl creative director Amy Powney wants to see the fashion industry modernize itself, and is taking the lead in a heated industry conversation: Sustainability.
For more than four years she has been working towards making every step of the Mother of Pearl supply chain more sustainable, from ensuring that cotton suppliers do not use pesticides during the farming process, to keeping production local in a bid to reduce a garment’s carbon footprint.
Powney is now ready to start sharing some of her findings with the rest of the industry, starting with a panel discussion to be held Saturday in association with the British Fashion Council, and broadcast by BBC Earth.
“All of the work that we have been doing around sustainability is not just about changing our own brand, it’s about helping or inspiring others to change theirs, too. Mother of Pearl is a drop in the ocean. Our brand alone can’t change the way the industry operates, but if we all come together then we can have a bigger impact,” said Powney.
Her ultimate goal is to achieve a gold standard for production, having taken a “360-degree view” around sustainability.
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7 Choice Picks From the Huge Todd Snyder Presidents Day Sale

It’s no secret we’re big fans of Todd Snyder around here. Whether it’s the great shirts or his trailblazing collaborations with iconic brands like Timex and Champion, Todd always finds a way to impress.

And this weekend it will cost less for you to impress. It’s time for the annual Todd Snyder Presidents Day Sale.

Starting today, select Todd Snyder items are 30 percent off with code NEW30. Coats, jackets, sweats, watches, pants, and more are all part of the great selection of sale items from one of our absolute favorite designers.  The Presidents Day Sale runs through Monday, February 18.


Two Iconic Brands Team Up Again: Todd Snyder & Timex Mid-Century Watch

While you’re at the Todd Snyder website, don’t forget to check out the ongoing Clearance Sale, where you can get up to 70 percent off items like Todd Snyder + Timex Charlie Brown watches (just $ 99), great sweats ($ 49), and, just in time for baseball season, the iconic Todd Snyder + New Era New York Yankees cap (only $ 59).

So head over to ToddSnyder.com now to take advantage of these great deals. The Presidents Day Sale runs through Monday, February 18.

Todd Snyder + Golden Bear Exclusive Shearling Collar Bomber

Fusing exceptional durability with an elevated sensibility, this essential third layer adds sophistication to off-duty looks, and lends a laid-back twist to tailored separates. Crafted in partnership with legendary San Francisco-based manufacturer Golden Bear—who’ve been creating handsome utilitarian outerwear since 1922—this heritage bomber is inspired by an aviator classic and stepped up with luxe materials and detailing. 

$ 419, regularly $ 598

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Timex + Todd Snyder Maritime Sport MS1 Watch

Todd Snyder and Timex continue their ongoing design partnership with the a brand new watch that pays homage to iconic diver styling with a fresh look that’s equally at home in Nantucket or New York. The MS1 Maritime Sport is a modern hybrid with a nautical sensibility that evokes naval academies and life on the eastern seaboard. Developed in Milan by Snyder and Timex Design Director Giorgio Galli.

$ 111, regularly $ 158

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IAMWILD Graphic Tee

Todd Snyder x IAMWILD have co-created a capsule of tees and hoodies based on signature styles, enabling customers to wear a message of awareness about environmental protection and global community. 25 percent of sales from this collection will fund conservation causes through the IAMWILD Foundation. 

$ 55, regularly $ 78

 

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Todd Snyder + Champion Striped Track Jacket

You’ve got your suits for the office. Now get your off-duty suit in gear. This jacket plays well with sporty basics but also goes the extra mile paired back to tailored separates. Detailed with a white nylon coil zipper for graphic pop. 

$ 139, regularly $ 198

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Micro Corduroy Button Down Shirt

This shirt stands out for its ultra-refined texture and around-the-clock versatility. Styled with classic details and crafted in a superfine wale for long-lasting comfort and wearability, it’s great solo or as a shirt-jacket.

$ 125, regularly $ 178

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Reverse Weave Slim Sweatpant

A more closely cut version of Todd’s classic sweatpant, refreshed in seasonal neutrals with contrast detailing at the hem cuffs. Detailed with two slash pockets and a cotton herringbone tubular tape drawstring.

$ 90, regularly $ 128

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Todd Snyder + Private VC Exclusive Wool Parka

This handsome, hard-working winter topper is crafted in partnership with Private White VC, who have been making durable outerwear by hand in their Manchester, England, factory for over a century. Convertible and highly functional, it features a seam-sealed shell in bonded Italian wool and a fully removable liner. Buy it now and get nearly $ 400 off!

$ 909, regularly $ 1,298

 

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London’s Fashion and Textile Museum Spotlights Mary Quant and Terence Conran

LONDON — Mary Quant and Terence Conran are at the center of the new exhibition “Swinging London: A Lifestyle Revolution” that runs until June 2 at the Fashion and Textile Museum.
The exhibition focuses on the cultural and fashion icon Quant, known for her bob hairstyle and mod fashions, and her close friend and collaborator, designer, restaurateur and retailer Conran. Their works are displayed together in lifestyle settings such as a living room and a shop.
The exhibition also presents textiles, fashion, design and the art of the Chelsea Set, a group of revolutionary young designers, artists, photographers, musicians, fashion models and intellectuals, whose activities centered around Kings Road in Chelsea from 1952 to 1977.
Dennis Nothdruft, head of exhibitions at the museum and curator of this exhibition, said during the press tour that the exhibition is meant to celebrate the achievements of Quant, Conran and many others who, through commercial success, brought clothes, furniture — and a modern lifestyle — into people’s lives in post-war Britain.
Displays include pieces from Quant’s legendary shop Bazaar, to a few daring fashion pieces done in PVC from the Alligator by Mary Quant line to the Banana Split minidress. They are displayed among furniture, ceramics, lighting, homeware and

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Creatures of the Wind RTW Fall 2019

In 2017, Shane Gabier and Christopher Peters, designers of Creatures of the Wind, decided to shift their business to a project-driven, rather than season-driven, model. Like many designers trying to figure out how to survive the shifting industry tides, they did some soul-searching, which could well be fall 2019 New York Fashion Week’s biggest trend. It brought them to Tuesday night, when they presented their first runway collection in a year at the Pratt Institute campus in Brooklyn, where Gabier is a visiting professor in the fashion department.
Instead of a soundtrack, they tapped trend forecaster Faith Popcorn to deliver a short lecture about the realities that got them to this point — the planet in peril, the new gender-fluidity norm, buying based on social values — as models paraded around the school auditorium in upcycled looks made of vintage or deadstock.
“There are so many parts of the process of making and selling clothes that we’ve never totally been comfortable with,” Gabier said before the show, recalling a moment when the designers looked at an endless rack of black pants at their distribution warehouse that made them feel “sick to their stomachs.” “That…didn’t feel like luxury,” Peters added. “We felt like

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EXCLUSIVE: John Galliano and Nick Knight Reunite for Maison Margiela Film

PARIS — John Galliano and Nick Knight are rekindling their decades-long creative partnership with a new short film for Maison Margiela showcasing its pillow-shaped Glam Slam bag.
The result is no ordinary handbag campaign: The collaboration with Knight’s Showstudio has resulted in a 360-degree film shot in negative image that will be screened on Saturday and Sunday at the Serpentine Gallery in London.
Even the standard two-dimensional version ranks as an immersive experience, consisting of footage drenched in psychedelic hues of model Duckie Thot in a series of science fiction-inspired sets. A soundtrack by DJ Jeremy Healy, another longtime Galliano collaborator, features lyrics from Roy Orbison’s “In Dreams.”
“John and I have had an artistic relationship, a shared admiration, a love for each other, which has gone on for over 30 years,” Knight told WWD in an interview, noting that he first met the designer on a photo shoot for i-D magazine in 1985 and has created campaigns and editorial images with him ever since. “When we went through the Dior years together, I was there for 10 years with him and since then, I’ve been waiting for a way to come back and work with John again. His directorship of Margiela became a

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This Direct-to-Consumer Brand Produces Some of Our Favorite Footwear

Ethical fashion is exploding, and it’s about time. Thanks to companies like Patagonia, Faherty, and Nisolo, consumers are moving away from cheap attire from fast-fashion brands and toward quality apparel made with ethically made products sourced from environmentally and socially responsible supply chains.


Three Sustainable Clothing Companies That Are (Figuratively) Killing It

If you haven’t yet heard of Nisolo, you soon will. The Nashville-based shoe and accessory manufacturer runs on one simple premise: If you’re paying too little for a product, chances are someone in the supply chain is getting the short end of the stick. And if you’re paying too much? That person is probably you.

Patrick Woodyard, Nisolo‘s founder and CEO, has created a quality shoe that will last for years, while being fair to the artisans and factory workers who actually produce the line—and to the planet from which it reaps its resources. 

How Is Nisolo Different?

Most consumers, blinded by the allure of cheap prices, are unaware that expansion of the global fashion industry the last few decades has been violently unjust, both for workers and for the planet. Low wages and poor working conditions are rampant; fully 98 percent of clothing industry employees work in unsafe conditions and/or receive wages below fair trade standards. And with exorbitant water usage, irresponsible waste disposal, non-biodegradable fibers, and filthy carbon emissions from coal-powered factories, the fashion industry is among the top five of the most pollutive industries in the world.


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Nisolo takes a direct-to-consumer approach so it can offer a fair price to the consumer while ensuring the workers in its supply chain are offered fair trade wages, benefits, and a healthy working environment. At the company’s own factory in Trujillo, Peru, Nisolo offers lessons in health, nutrition, English, and even yoga to its employees and their families. Meanwhile, the company insists its partner factories champion ethical causes as well. All producers and employees must be 18 years or older, and receive safe, healthy working conditions and healthcare and wages beyond fair trade standards.

And for every pair of Nisolo shoes sold, a contribution is made to help protect forests in the Amazon Basin.

What About the Shoes?

Nisolo shoes and boots exude class and effortless style that’s rooted in versatility, comfort, and quality. The leather is responsibly sourced from tanneries committed to the ethical treatment of animals (the leather is always a byproduct of the meat industry) and the implementation of eco-friendly waste disposal systems.

From wingtips to boots to duffel bags, Nisolo is turning the fast-fashion industry upside down with quality products, responsibly sourced, and ethically made. They may cost a bit more, but the quality is unparalleled. And with Nisolo, you know you’re not getting the short end of the stick.

Listed below are some of our favorite Nisolo products. Check out the full line here.

Andres All Weather Boot

Whether you’re traveling country to country or just getting things done around town, the Andres has you covered regardless of the conditions. It features a water-resistant, natural oil-based and vegetable-tanned leather upper, and a Vibram mini lug sole. The gusseted tongue keeps your toes dry. Also available in two shades of brown.

$ 288 at Nisolo

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Cortez Mid Top Sneaker

The Cortez combines a classic chukka look with the comfort and versatility of a sneaker. It features a Vibram sole, soft leather insole and lining, smooth leather upper, and comes equipped with both cotton and waxed cotton laces to fit your style. it’s also available in black and dark brown.

$ 168 at Nisolo

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Calano Oxford

A dress shoe that combines rich leather with everyday comfort to take you directly from the office to an evening out with friends, this modern, minimal oxford features clean lines, a sleek profile, and a generous toebox. Available in black, supple tan, or dark brown.

$ 188 at Nisolo 

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Nisolo x Huckberry Travel Derby

An exclusive collaboration with Huckberry, this simple yet sultry suede Derby weighs less than 1lb per pair—that’s 3 times lighter than your average shoe. And it’s completely collapsible, so that you can pack them on your next trip without your shoes taking up space or weighing you down. Supplies are limited.

$ 128 at Nisolo

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Chelsea Boot

A classic, well-constructed Chelsea is a staple of any wardrobe. Goodyear welt construction and an inset rubber grip help keep this timeless style on your feet for years to come. Available in saddle brown (shown) or a blonde tan version with a contrast black gusset. 

$ 238 at Nisolo

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Luis Weekender

Perfect for a getaway or spontaneous road trip to Joshua Tree, the waxed canvas duffel features vegetable-tanned leather straps, a removable crossbody strap, and several stow pockets. 

$ 248 at Nisolo

 

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‘Waste No More’ Installation to Preview at Eileen Fisher’s Brooklyn Store

Consumers who won’t be taking the trip to Milan for this year’s installment of Salone del Mobile will be able to get a glimpse of “Waste No More” at Eileen Fisher’s Brooklyn store.
From April 4 to 7, the installation will be the focal point of the designer’s Carroll Gardens boutique and it’s meant to emphasize a zero-waste mentality. The all-white and ecru Waste No More garments and interior decor items are meant to express essentialism — as in buy what you need and reuse repeatedly. To emphasize that point, a new Waste No More web site and Instagram handle will be launched at a press preview on April 3. The installation will be open to the public for the following four days at the 47 Bergen Street outpost.
Last summer the sustainable–focused designer unveiled the Brooklyn store as the hybrid retail concept integrating the brand’s latest ideas, innovations and experiments in nearly 5,000 square feet of space. Her company’s creative director Sigi Ahl is also pitching in on the Waste No More project.

In Milan, Waste No More will showcase new works at Rossana Orlandi, where a vaulted building with a courtyard will be transformed to play up spirituality with an all-white design. Trend

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Marc Jacobs RTW Fall 2019

“You have to come to New York to see a private couture show.”
That observation came from no less an aficionado of the haute genre than Sidney Toledano. Surely the couture notion crossed some other minds of those exiting the Marc Jacobs show on Wednesday night after what was a dazzling display of fashion.
Jacobs scaled everything back but the fashion impact. He showed 40 looks, fewer than his typical 60-plus, to an audience far smaller than usual. Yet he kept the show at the vast Park Avenue Armory, where he installed a reflective black glass floor and hired the American Contemporary Music Ensemble to perform live. He positioned the quartet off in a corner, far from the runway but well-lit and very much in view as the models proceeded out, each commanding the space solo and exiting fully before the next girl emerged. It all coalesced into a haunting dialogue between intimacy and distance.
The clothes were exquisite. “Each [look] will be an exaggeration of our view of who each of the women is,” Jacobs said during a preview. “For lack of a better word, it’s like a cabine of women we love.” Perhaps the most loved: Christy Turlington Burns, who last

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EXCLUSIVE: Balmain Paris Flagship Opens Doors

PARIS — The doors of Balmain’s new Paris flagship officially swing open today, cementing the template introduced in the house’s recently opened Milan flagship for a new brick-and-mortar concept for the company.
A select group of editors got a preview of the store, located on Rue Saint-Honoré, one of Paris’ hottest and most exclusive retail arteries, for the staging of the house’s inaugural couture show under creative director Olivier Rousteing in January, held on the site’s ground floor. A cocktail party is planned for the day of the house’s ready-to-wear show on March 1.
Designed by Rousteing in collaboration with Studio AMV’s Anna Philippou, Marie-Charlotte Prosperi-Fouchard and Victoire Guerlay, the two-story boutique — the brand’s largest store, measuring a total of 6,845 square feet — was conceived as a series of rooms.
Channeling a Parisian apartment, it opens with a library-inspired space featuring a parquet floor, towering mirrored columns and marble shelves stocked with women’s bags. A small passage themed around a game room with a custom-made chandelier and game-table-inspired merchandising unit housing small accessories is flanked by a safe wall with jewelry displays. It leads to a lobby-style men’s and women’s footwear space, and beyond that an intimate cash desk area — rather

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50 Cent Savagely Roasts Mayweather Over Gucci Shopping Spree

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Not Just a Label Introduces Membership Program

MEMBERS ONLY: Not Just a Label, the online platform for emerging designers, is introducing a premium membership program to cater to its growing network of 35,000 fashion designers from across the globe.
The membership will provide access to NJAL’s new e-commerce platform, which directs visitors back to a designer’s personal online store at no commission.
Members will also gain access to a series of discounted services and products in everything from marketing, education and manufacturing from the likes of Starworks Group, Apple, DHL, Tranoi, as well as WWD, which is offering a free one-year subscription as part of the program.
The idea was to create a “carefully curated tool kit” that would power young designers’ businesses: “The purpose of NJAL+ is to empower emerging designers, providing them with key connections and experiences that will unlock greater levels of growth,” said Stefan Siegel, the platform’s founder and chief executive officer.
The program is set to launch Wednesday, with an introductory fee of $ 49 per month, which will be available to the first 1,000 designers to sign up.

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Batsheva RTW Fall 2019

Batsheva Hay hosted a sort of theater piece to present her fall collection. While a few women were working at sewing machines, the models, including actress Christina Ricci and musician Melissa Auf der Maur, walked down the stairs of an empty retail location in SoHo after reading small excerpts of love songs at the microphone. They were dressed in frocks and separates that were inspired by “me being taken around the Salvation Army when I was a teenager,” the designer said before the show.
The brand’s signature prairie dresses, cut with high necklines and pouf shoulders trimmed in ruffles, were rendered this season in a range of fabrics — from red velvet and a shiny orange silk taffeta to a cloth printed with images of Holly Hobbie. The same motif also gave a retro, childlike feel to cropped pants with ruffled cuffs, which were matched with a floral top. A blue apron dress revealed a sweet Peter Pan collar, while a rose-shaped application embellished a ruffled frock crafted from a white and green striped cotton. Though the collection was heavy on Hay’s signature dresses, they were juxtaposed by a few separates and an outerwear style, a dark green velvet coat embellished

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EXCLUSIVE: Karl Lagerfeld Taps Olivia Palermo to Style Fall Looks

PARIS — Karl Lagerfeld is adding a dash of New York glamour to his Paris-based line: the contemporary brand has recruited Olivia Palermo to collaborate on its fall collection.
The influencer will style pieces from the line and cocreate five bespoke designs as part of the partnership, which will run parallel to the brand’s previously announced collaboration with fashion editor Carine Roitfeld, who will also select an edit of fall pieces.
Palermo, whose polished style has made her a regular of international best-dressed lists, brings with her an Instagram following of 5.8 million. A fan of bold prints, bright colors and relaxed suiting, she has previously worked with brands including Piaget, Banana Republic, Pretty Ballerinas, Aquazzura and Nordstrom.
“Being able to collaborate with the visionary and iconic Karl Lagerfeld is truly incredible,” Palermo, the founder and chief creative officer of her own group, said in a statement. “I am so proud to bring our shared vision to life on this project and infuse my own eclectic perspective to Karl’s fall 2019 collection.”
The brand, in turn, described her as “a champion of confidence, entrepreneurship and creativity.” Her selection, under the label Karl Lagerfeld Styled by Olivia Palermo, will launch at Karl Lagerfeld stores, online

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These Are the Brands Addressing the Biggest Insecurities in Men

Confident as any guy may seem, he’s definitely got an insecurity or two. (And in turn, a secret or two.) Maybe that thick head of hair is the result of an aggressive hair-preserving regimen, or perhaps that ultra-white smile is covering up a smoking habit. Perhaps he’s acne-prone and working hard to counter it, and maybe—just maybe—he struggles to get it up in bed. There are many things that can make us insecure, and we’re all going to encounter a few of them in this lifetime.

 

 

So, if you’re experiencing thinning hair, uneven complexion, an imperfect smile, or even erectile dysfunction, check out the brands that are addressing guys’ biggest insecurities, and arming them with the products to correct concerns. And yeah, yeah, yeah, we wish it were as easy as “accepting the matter”, but luckily, science is on our side. With these services, you can look and perform at optimal levels on all fronts.

Consult with your primary doctor before taking any new medication.


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For Clearer Skin: Proven 

Proven’s award-winning AI software combines the knowledge of “20,238 skincare ingredients, from arnica to zinc…more than 100,000 products, 8 million testimonials and reviews from over 4,000 scientific journal articles.” All of that to say, they know a thing or two about what works on your skin. Once you plug in all your personal information, like how oily or dry you are, how much you break out, habits, diet, age, and even geography—to gauge water and air quality—Proven generates an entire skincare regimen for you, using ingredients tailored to your skin and goals. At the center of this regimen is a night cream that helps target bigger issues, like aging and acne, as well as a prescriptive daytime cream that can defend against toxins and UV rays.

For Younger Skin: Skinceuticals Custom D.O.S.E.

If you’re concerned about signs of aging—like dark spots, fine lines and wrinkles—then you should be using a serum. They seep into all layers of the skin to correct your complexion and prevent further signs of wear. (Moisturizer, on the other hand, keeps skin hydrated and defends against toxins and UV rays, which can also thwart signs of aging.) Skinceuticals’ Custom D.O.S.E (which stands for Diagnostic Optimization Serum Experience), is one of the best skin correctors available to you: Just visit one of their certified doctors’ offices for an assessment, at which point you’ll be “prescribed” a serum using various ingredients from their roster of super healers. Within a few months, you should notice significant changes to your complexion: namely, a smoother, more youthful, and brighter one.

For Whiter Teeth: GloScience

GloScience sends you all the necessary hardware—the LED mouthguard, the chargeable remote, and the whitening gel—that gets you on a responsible, effective at-home whitening plan. It’s a small investment that guarantees shades of improvement after just a few applications. (Pay close attention to tooth sensitivity and spread apart treatments as necessary.) You can say goodbye to those pesky at-home strips that glide off your teeth, or the exorbitant in-office treatments that strip your teeth of their enamel. After treatment, you can top off your pearly whites with milder daytime GloPop vials, or refill your more potent nighttime supply.

For Straighter Teeth: Invisalign
When it comes to teeth straightening, the name on everybody’s lips is Invisalign. These clear aligners are actually a series of graduated straighteners that you wear all day, aside from meals; in about 12-18 months, your steady progression is complete, and you’ll have a straight smile, no metal adornments necessary. There’s no way around seeing a doctor for this: You have to go in for an initial scan of your teeth to assess any crowding, gaps, overbiting, underbiting, and so forth. Your doc will give you a batch of aligners (for, say, 12-14 weeks), then you’ll go back for additional scans to track your progress and get more sets. It’s as easy as that.

For More Hair: hims

If your hair is thinning, receding, or falling out quickly (or at all, really), then you can consult with the certified dermatologists at hims to find a remedy. They’ll asses your loss patterns and propose numerous solutions, all available as subscriptions via mail. There’s finasteride, the generic for Propecia, which fights the hormone byproduct DHT that causes hair thinning and loss; minoxidil, the generic for Rogaine, which improves circulation to the hair and is particularly effective at thickening and preserving the hair on the crown (less so at the temples); various shampoos and supplements will further prevent further loss. If you experience any problems along the way, just check in with the hims team to alter or stop treatments. When used together, these remedies can restore growth to the follicles that haven’t yet died out (usually you have a couple years to restore growth to inactive follicles, meaning you can only grow back hair that’s been lost in recent years, in addition to drastically slowing the inevitable progression of loss).

For Functional Erections: Roman

Erectile dysfunction affects lots of us. We all get older, we all get nervous…and if it’s a persistent, debilitating problem, then you can get the proper meds to improve your, uh, performance (or at least give yourself a proper shot at it). Roman allows you to speak with a certified specialist, who can assess your need (no visuals necessary) and prescribe you sildenafil, the generic for viagra. You’ll receive it just two days later, and can check in with the doctor if you have any concerns thereafter. Roman’s roster of products is far reaching, and largely in the same vein: They offer postal prescription solutions for premature ejaculation, cold sores, and herpes outbreaks, as well as hair loss, enlarged prostates, and smoking addiction.

For Healthier Hair (and Scalps): Prose

When buying hair care products, you are often forced to target one concern, and never more than that: If you’re a curly haired, oily scalped, thinning-out, color-dyed, dandruff-prone guy, then you have to buy multiple products or pick the most pressing from that roster of issues. Prose is helping you to target any and all of the concerns and goals you have for your hair, by using AI to profile your needs and prescribe the right ingredients for your hair, all the way down to the amount of shine you like and the fragrance you prefer. They even factor in the UV strength, wind power, humidity, and water quality of your zip code, so that you’re getting as customized a product as possible.

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Victoria Beckham Ditches Exotic Skins, Reconfirms No-Fur Stance

JUST SAY NO: Victoria Beckham has become the latest brand to say “no” to exotic skins, two months after Chanel did the same, WWD has learned.
“As a business, we have been looking to action the use of more ethically sourced products that have less environmental impact for some time,” said a Victoria Beckham brand spokesperson.
“We are happy to confirm that we will cease using exotic skins in all future collections as of our main fall 2019 ready-to-wear presentation. This decision reflects the wishes of not only the brand, but also that of our customers.”
PETA gave its thumbs-up to the move. “Victoria Beckham’s decision to ban exotic skins will spare countless remarkable animals immense suffering, and PETA calls on other luxury brands to follow her kind example,” said PETA director Elisa Allen.
Victoria Beckham has never used fur in its collections, and maintains a no-fur policy.
Beckham joins brands including Vivienne Westwood, Diane von Furstenberg and Chanel in banning the use of exotic skins.
Chanel revealed on the eve of its pre-fall Métiers d’Art show in New York at the Met in December that it would no longer use exotic skins or fur in its future creations.
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Moon Choi RTW Fall 2019

Designer Moon Choi has been in the fashion game with her eponymous label for just around two years. Within that time, she’s established a gender-fluid identity of minimalist dress that relies on traditionally mannish styles with conceptually driven touchstones. The brand is broadly appealing, namely because unique references underlie her spare, modernist inclinations.
Choi said she was inspired by the duality of movement and human emotion for fall. “I believe life is not a single layer. It’s about experiences and movement. I really thought about how the garment flows with our bodies and emotions.” To show that thread of movement, she lightly twisted and wrapped the lines of garments in ways that naturally follow the body. For instance, a new category of chic jersey knit tops in dusty tones of mustard and grayish-green were twisted at the torso as if the wearer had turned around; ditto for a similarly body-hugging navy dress.
She balanced familiar open-panel coats against unexpected drama, notably with an impossibly chic trench coat with asymmetric construction and floaty panels along the sleeves that were meant to represent multi-layered identity. The dynamic between warped edges and straight lines was infinitely attractive.
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Farfetch, Byronesque.com See Currency in Montana

Farfetch Ltd. today is launching a Claude Montana capsule collection reissued by Byronesque.com with Gareth Pugh serving as creative consultant. The 11 hero styles pay tribute to the French designer, who was known for sculpted and sharply tailored looks that ushered in a period of power dressing in the Eighties.
The reissues come as Montana, along with Paris compatriots Thierry Mugler and Jean Paul Gaultier, are having a moment. A Mugler retrospective is set to open at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts on March 2, while Gaultier’s “Fashion Freak Show” at the Folies Bergère in Paris — an all-singing, all-dancing review of the designer’s life — has been playing to packed audiences and has been extended until April.
Called the “king of shoulder pads” for his broad-shouldered jackets, Montana launched his fashion house in 1979. The business went bankrupt in 1997, and Montana withdrew from the public eye after staging his final runway show in 2002.
There’s always been an aura of mystery surrounding Montana, which interested Byronesque.com’s cofounder and editor in chief Gill Linton, who said the e-commerce and editorial site was created to “tell stories and sell clothes from the vintage margins and the misfits who alienated and inspired.” 
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Michael B. Jordan Is the First-Ever Face of Coach Men

Creed star and all-around great guy Michael B. Jordan is the new face of Coach, and we couldn’t be more psyched. He’s one of our favorite guys, and to see him representing a legendary brand like Coach is pretty special. MBJ is featured prominently in Coach’s recently launched spring ’19 campaign, below.


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“I’ve been a fan of Coach for a long time and truly respect their inclusive and optimistic values,” Jordan said. The actor, producer, and December 2015 Men’s Fitness cover star will not only be a brand ambassador, but will also design his own Coach capsule collection down the road.

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“I’ve really enjoyed getting to know Michael over the last few years,” Coach Creative Director Stuart Vevers said. “He has been a true supporter of Coach, so it felt like a really natural step to collaborate more closely and create a partnership we can take to the next level.”


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In a January Instagram post, Jordan is flashing his signature smile while perched atop a vintage muscle car. He’s decked out head-to-toe in black leather, clutching a backpack. You can see all the gear—and get the look for yourself—via the links below.

 

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In the campaign Jordan is rocking a color-block shearling jacket and a patchwork leather MA-1 bag. Also featured are new Coach hero bags including the Signature Rivington Backpack, the Rivington Belt Bag, and the Metropolitan Carryall, in addition to the brand’s latest fragrances for men. Additional campaign images depict Jordan sporting even more menswear options for next season.

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Leather Ma-1 Jacket

Inspired by United States Air Force flight jackets, the MA-1 is crafted in soft leather and finished with a lightweight lining and sturdy zips. The knit-ribbed collar, cuffs, and hem help keep out the drafts.

 

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Signature “Couch” Hoodie

Neoprene lends a structured look and a soft, cushiony feel to this reimagined staple. Designed with a relaxed fit, it’s finished with a plush velvet lining. The hood is embroidered with “Couch”, an intentionally ironic take on the brand name.

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Track Pants

Detailed with a drawstring waist and zip pockets, it’s inspired by vintage 70s styles but with a relaxed, slim fit. Available in three colors: grey, black, and Wild Beast, a sort of urban-camo splatter print.

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C143 Runner With Coach Patch

This sporty, retro-inspired sneaker has an exaggerated sole. The leather and mesh design features Signature canvas and rubber panels, and it’s finished with a classic Coach retro graphic patch.

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Colorblock Shearling Jacket

Crafted in genuine curly shearling for unmatched warmth and luxurious softness, this slightly oversized jacket is just in time for high-pile season. The colorblock design is finished with a two-way front zip and a contrast lavender chest pocket.

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Rivington Backpack in Signature Canvas

The patchwork Rivington mixes downtown cool with professional good looks. Finished with a Coach retro patch, it’s crafted in a mix of canvas, leather and durable Cordura fabric. It has lightweight mesh spacer panels, room for a 15” laptop, and plenty of pockets.

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Moto Jacket

Iconic Coach silhouette inspired by vintage biker styles, this leather motorcycle jacket is crafted of lightweight lambskin that feels like it’s already been broken in. Customized with nickel hardware, a two-way front zip, and a Rexy charm at the pocket.

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Musette Bag

Inspired by an archival Coach design from 1976, the leather Musette is streamlined for today’s professional. The spacious silhouette is detailed with multiple interior pockets and finished with Coach’s iconic turnlock closures. Available in black, brown, or midnight blue.

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Rivington Belt Bag With Coach Print

Crafted in smooth leather featuring a retro Coach print, this functional, hands-free fanny—er, belt bag keeps essentials close at hand.

 

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Katy Perry ‘Blackface’ Shoes Officially Pulled from Shelves

12:53 PM PT — The shoes have officially been scrubbed from both Walmart’s and Dillards’ websites. Katy Perry’s shoe that is under scrutiny for resembling blackface is about to be yanked … TMZ has learned. Katy’s got a whole shoe line for sale at…

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Grammys 2019 Fashion Review: Cardi B on the Half Shell, Michelle Obama on Stage

Typically, it’s awards season’s loudest red carpet. But Sunday night’s Grammys fashion was unusually quiet — and covered up.
Without Beyonce, Rihanna, Taylor Swift or Ariana Grande, who ditched the awards show after creative differences with producers (but wore her Zac Posen gown on Instagram anyway), the diva quotient was down, with only Cardi B’s meme-generating vintage 1995 Thierry Mugler Venus on the half shell look, and Janelle Monae’s sharp-shouldered Jean Paul Gaultier couture minidress to get armchair critics going.
Even Lady Gaga, who famously arrived at the 2011 Grammys in an Armani egg pod, played it relatively safe (she’s a movie star now, after all), wearing a silver, side-ruffle gown by Hedi Slimane for Celine (a no-brainer given that she attended his first women’s ready-to-wear show in October).
Long gone were the nearly nude looks of years past; instead of baring her naval in daring green Versace circa 2000, Jennifer Lopez went with a modest, crystal-embellished mint green Ralph and Russo column gown, and covered her face with a wide-brim hat; Miley Cyrus worked an oversized circa 2019 Mugler suit with a side of cleavage, and H.E.R. was outfitted in a custom Coach purple jacquard jumpsuit.
Aside from Joy Villa and Ricky Rebel’s

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Tibi RTW Fall 2019

“Tough but happy” is the attitude that Amy Smilovic requested of the models walking the Tibi catwalk on Sunday afternoon. That was also the overall mood of the collection, which combined the brand’s signature minimal, urban-chic aesthetic with charming, vibrant colors and eye-catching details, such as the sparkling sequins embellishing the sleeves of clean-cut dresses with snap buttons.
“Curiosity, exploring, modern details, but not too much,” said Smilovic backstage after the show, summing up the driving forces and the main ideas behind her collection. In her desire to shake up heritage with experimentation, for example, she peppered city separates with sporty drawstrings and embellished sleeveless frocks and midiskirts with quilted duvet inserts; knitted sweaters got the deconstructed treatment.
Tuxedo blazers showing constructed shoulders worn with mini skirts had an early Nineties’ feel, while the glossy printed crocodile leather skirts styled with soft, cozy knits and the fluid dresses with bow collars styled with boots exuded Seventies’ cool.
New mini bags with chain straps introduced a cute note to this sensible wardrobe for empowered working women — a lineup for girls who are tough but happy, indeed.

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The Skinny on Skin: The Company Expands Into Lifestyle Brand

Skin, the 15-year-old loungewear and sleepwear company founded by Susan Beischel, president and chief creative officer, is growing on several fronts.
The luxury lifestyle brand, which sells such retailers as Net-a-porter, Neiman Marcus, Bon Marché, Saks Fifth Avenue and Barneys New York, introduced swimwear last year, as well as a second-tier line called Natural Skin, geared to stores such as Bloomingdale’s, Dillard’s, Hudson’s Bay and Printemps.
Natural Skin, which had a successful soft launch at retail in the fall, is priced 35 percent to 40 percent below Skin, said Ken Sitomer, chief executive officer, who joined as Beischel’s business partner in 2011. Like Skin, Natural Skin comprises sleepwear, loungewear, robes, slippers, daywear and organic cotton bras and panties, along with basic replenishments.
Skin swimwear, whose distribution has been kept relatively tight, is sold at such retailers as Net-a-porter, Everything But Water, Neiman Marcus and Matches.com.
According to Beischel, the swimwear has the same concept as Skin’s other luxe products. as far as comfort, style and being multifunctional. “The fabric had to be super soft, and I needed to wear it as a body suit, or as a bra, or a workout top,” she said. Swimwear retails from $ 160 for the basic maillot to $ 300

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Cardi B Brings Offset Onstage to Accept Grammy, Makes Reunion Official

[[tmz:video id=”1_bywvreay”]] 8:26 PM PT — Cardi just won Best Rap Album — beating out Mac Miller and others — and she brought her hubby, Offset, onstage with her to accept her award. She even referred to him as her husband, and thanked him in what…

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Five Minutes With Zen-like Fashion Week Rookie Nathalie Kelley

Most fashion week rookies are all about the photo-ops, but not actress Nathalie Kelley. While her fellow celebrity models were primping before Thursday night’s Red Dress Collection, she sat in the lotus position reading Neil LaBute’s “The Way We Get By.”
Minutes away from her runway debut at the Manhattan Center, the “Fast and the Furious” actress was calm as could be, wearing her red Randi Rahm  dress under a monogrammed red robe. At the Red Dress to help the cause, Kelley said her identity and ego were not wrapped up in what was about to happen. “I don’t care where I’m placed or if I’m seen in the photo,” she said with a laugh. “I meditate a lot.”
Losing her phone in a cab en route to another fashion show earlier in the day did not rattle her either. “I made a decision that I wasn’t going to make it a problem,” she said. “It was so nice to be fully present. “Everybody is always waiting for the show to start [pretending to swipe a phone]. I was drinking it up. It’s theater — the setting, the sound, the lighting, even watching the people. As an actress, I’m devouring that.”
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Derek Lam 10 Crosby RTW Fall 2019

Derek Lam 10 Crosby design director Shawn Reddy is feeling preppy for fall. He name-checked Ali MacGraw’s character in the 1970 movie “Love Story” as his seasonal muse. In the movie, MacGraw goes to Radcliffe College, once the sister school to the all-male Harvard. “It’s such a visual movie,” Reddy said during a walk-through.
The idea came through on shirting with a knit yoke and built-in scarf details that can be tied around the neck, and also with some tops with rugby strips cut on a bias that ran diagonally down the garment. Looser micro-check suiting, a new blazer shape for the season with a nipped waist silhouette, and new zipper and button details could be paired with one of the plaid puffer outerwear options. Each had a preppy vibe but were injected with a light design twist.
With fall comes the lead-up to winter events. Reddy offered up crew neck cotton tops with feathers cascading at the waistband and sequin wide-leg pants, a fun take on the signature pajama pants a Derek customer knows well. Here they were done in silver, black and rose gold.
Faux-fur accessories added a rich layer to the contemporary collection, with super soft options including trapper hats, gloves, oversize bags and

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Puppets and Puppets, the Latest Label in New American Grunge Movement

NEW YORK — A new wave of American grunge designers — led by the likes of Eckhaus Latta, Vaquera, Gauntlett Cheng and Lou Dallas — is out to debunk notions of authority, tradition and needless consumption. This week a new label joins their crew: Puppets and Puppets, designed by artist Carly Mark and her former studio assistant, Ayla Argentina. The brand will host its debut runway show on Sunday evening, styled by Stella Greenspan and featuring a diverse procession of buzzy models.
Mark, a mixed-media artist, has long had an unrequited interest in fashion. She has shown her work at the Frieze and Armory art fairs with the Breeder Gallery of Athens, and has participated in group shows mounted at Lever House and the Museum of Modern Art. She is a fixture on the art party scene and carries a hefty Instagram following, as well as allegiances with various factions of influencer. Argentina began working with Mark in 2016 and has a degree in fashion design from FIT. The brand takes its name from Mark’s pet Chihuahua, Puppet.
“A big driving force for us was getting back to handmade things,” Argentina said of the duo’s motives. “It’s not mass-market. Fast fashion is eating

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Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music Associate Malik Yusef Denies Forging, Scamming

[[tmz:video id=”1_bszome1t”]] Malik Yusef says he was doing work on Kanye West’s behalf to arrange a New York Fashion Week show but it didn’t work out … but it’s definitely not the shady scheme it’s being made out to be. We broke the story … Kanye’s…

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Model Behati Prinsloo Teams With Seven For All Mankind

LUCKY SEVEN: Model Behati Prinsloo won’t have a Super Bowl-sized audience like her husband Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levin did last weekend, but she is front-and-center for Seven For All Mankind.
The model is the focus of the Los Angeles-based denim and lifestyle brand’s spring campaign. Lensman Guy Aroch shot her along the California coast for the third installment of #wearemankind. The model is a familiar face with the fashion crowd, having worked with Victoria’s Secret, Elizabeth Arden and Swarovski, among others.
As a jeans kind of girl, she modeled styles with denim side stripes, fringe accents, unexpected soft fabrics and pops of color. Malcolm Jackson, Ali Tate Cutler, Alicia Herbeth and Josh Upshaw rounded out her supporting cast for the Delta Galil Industries-owned label. This time around, the “We Are Mankind” initiative plays up the layers that make up individuals. The brand will also be adding new denim and ready-to-wear styles for women and men.
Executives at the denim label met the model in October and appreciated “her genuine obsession with denim and admiration for Seven For All Mankin,” a company spokeswoman said. “What we love most about Behati is that she is more than meets the eye, beyond being in this

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Chiara Boni La Petite Robe RTW Fall 2019

For fall, Chiara Boni explored new territories with her signature stretch jersey fabric. She paired it with velvet to create shiny suits and fitted dresses, while tactile patterns inspired by opulent brocades were rendered in skintight separates punctuated by ruffles and sheath frocks embellished with peplum details.
Playing with fabric combinations, the designer dressed up jersey frocks with tulle sleeves and heart-shaped embellishments at the bodice. The flamboyance of wallpaper-like floral motifs enriched by golden threads was tempered by the mannish suiting patterns of a very feminine skirt cinched at the waist with a jewel-like belt.
Highlights included a black and gold fluid maxi dress injected with a folkish attitude, as well as a ballerina-like frock with a romantic bow that seemed designed for a modern Sabrina.

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Brandon Maxwell Gets a Reality Check

Brandon Maxwell has had it. Holding forth under the Lone Star State flag in his office two days before his New York Fashion Week show, dressed in shorts, Nikes and a Piggly Wiggly T-shirt, he’s on a rant: “I’m so bored with reading articles about whether New York matters. Look at Tom Ford — that was the most gorgeous show. Have you ever seen a Jason Wu dress up close? It takes your breath away. Alex Wang, he makes clothes flawlessly. There are incredibly talented people here — seamstresses, patternmakers, assistants, my former intern Claudia Li, who is killing it. Oh yeah, New York matters, we’re out here doing the damn thing!”
Maxwell, 34, is in a good position to throw a little ‘tude. His business is enjoying double-digit, year-over-year growth; he’s looking for investors to help him expand and “speak to a wider audience,” is a finalist for the International Woolmark Prize, and has a new role on Bravo’s reboot of “Project Runway,” debuting March 14, that could lead him down a similar path to pop culture fame and fortune as his idol, Michael Kors.
“I hope it doesn’t become too much of a distraction,” quips Neiman Marcus fashion director Ken

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Refresh Your Wardrobe Staples with Frank and Oak

Urban fashionistas looking for a new way to update their closet should check out Frank and Oak. The Montreal-based direct-to-consumer retailer is devoted to sustainable manufacturing and shipping practices and a funky (yet fun) approach to closet staples. Their goal is to combine classic styles, modern cuts, and innovative materials—made with as little environmental impact as possible.


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There’s a great selection of items for both men and women, but the monthly Style Box is the best way to keep your closet staples up to date. Simply fill out a questionnaire, and the label’s style consultants pick out some items for you. You’ll be notified via email when the choices are ready, then all you have to do is follow the link to the website and accept the choices, veto any items you might not like, or swap a pick out for something else. You have 48 hours to make your selection, and then you’ll be shipped a box straight to your door.

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Your box arrives within days, and you have seven days to try the stuff out. If you like it, then there’s nothing else to do but hang it in your closet. If you don’t, the return process is simple. Just go to the F and O website, print out a shipping return label, and mail it back within seven days. That’s it. Your account is credited within days and you’re ready to start again. If you choose to send everything in the box back, there is a $ 25 styling fee.

Using repurposed materials for both its materials and packaging, Frank and Oak is committed to minimizing our impact by prioritizing recycled fabrics and responsible practices throughout its supply chain. It began in 2017 with a commitment to making five percent of its clothes with minimal impact materials or processes. The following year they upped that number to 30 percent  by introducing more organic and eco-friendly methods of both manufacturing and shipping.  By the end of 2019, Frank and Oak estimates that approximately 50 percent of its products will be made with minimal impact processes. Its shipping bags boxes are fully recycled and recyclable.

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Frank and Oak is great for casual clothing, and anyone who’s looking for a comfortable, stylish, and affordable way to incorporate premium accessories into his existing closet should check it out. The rain gear is made of recycled plastic, and the denim is particularly great.

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Emily Ratajkowski, Bella Hadid Covered Up in Wild Outfits On NYFW Runway

What’s the best way to highlight the features of models like Emily Ratajkowski and Bella Hadid … well, for one fashion designer, the answer is covering their amazing bodies and making them look like loofahs. Yes, somewhere under all that fabric…

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JW Anderson Taps Julie Greve to Shoot Spring Campaign

A FRESH FACE: Jonathan Anderson has always seen his role both at JW Anderson and Loewe as a “cultural agitator” as much as designer.
A longtime champion of photography and pushing the boundaries of image-making, he launched the “Your Picture/Our Future” project last year, in a bid to shine the spotlight on the new generation of photographers.
Now he has tapped Julie Greve, one of the winners of the competition, for his latest spring 2019 campaign, which will be released this week.
The campaign, dubbed “Jagged Whispers Ashore” includes a series of black-and-white images that have a nostalgic, raw feel to them, as well as a film shot by Greve. She worked alongside Anderson, stylist Benjamin Bruno and the creative agency M/M Paris to conceptualize the images and film.
Greve, who is U.K.-based, was one of three winners of Anderson’s “Your Picture/Our Future” photography competition. She also worked on the brand’s fall 2018 campaign alongside the other two winners.
As part of the initiative, which is supported by Prince Charles’ charity The Princes Trust, Anderson was flooded with more than 1,800 submissions from young, 18- to 30-year-old imagemakers. He selected three winners and curated an exhibition in Covent Garden last May, to showcase some of

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Ulla Johnson RTW Fall 2019

Ulla Johnson’s fall collection combined bold patterns, rich textures and flattering silhouettes in a lineup that exuded a romantic, adventurous and poetic sensibility. But its many diverse ideas were unified by an elegant, sophisticated attitude.
Nomadic and subtly bohemian references injected a charming feel into the clothes, which seemed designed for a chic globetrotter exploring the world with style. 
Shearling coats with tick stitching that created check patterns, as well as striped vests and overcoats with a rustic feel were matched with safari-like separates in graphic motifs, maxi leather skirts embellished with macramé inserts, as well as corduroy separates with tops that had draped, maxi shoulders. Flowers blossomed on both a sumptuous, maxi ruffled dress worked in a shining devore velvet and on jacquard frocks and separates lightened up by shimmering metallic threads.
The collection’s overall hyper-feminine allure was savvily tempered with more urban and minimal styles, including a workwear-inspired jumpsuit crafted from cream white denim, which was also used for a pair of carrot pants matched with a beautiful Peruvian baby alpaca handmade crochet sweater exuding exquisite sartorial quality.
Armed with impeccable taste and a very distinctive tone, Johnson delivered another solid collection that brought an intriguing multicultural, romantic vibe to

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Bridget Foley’s Diary: To Paris We Must Go

Taking to the runway for fall isn’t necessary. Taking the collection to Paris to sell absolutely is.
That’s the current mind-set at Monse, as for the second consecutive fall season the brand will forego a formal show. Instead, designers Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia have enlisted Kristian Schuller to shoot their look book, which will feature Amanda Murphy, and the brand will hold showroom appointments in New York and Paris.
While the designers remain undecided about whether to opt off the runway for spring as well, in something of a paradigm shift they will definitely stage a formal show for resort 2020.
At a time when brands increasingly opt to go their own way when it comes to presenting their collections, the Monse designers and chief executive officer Renee Prince Fillip thought long and hard about the traditional schedule vis-à-vis the realities of their business. Their no-show decision for fall took into consideration the complications of staging two shows in a single season, as Kim and Garcia have done most seasons since taking over the creative helm at Oscar de la Renta. An even bigger consideration: the frustrating reality of fall markdowns. They determined that the scale of the fall business doesn’t justify the

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Here’s a Look at Adidas’ New Line of Game of Thrones Ultra Boosts

With Game of Thrones coming back for an eighth and final season, anticipation for the series has reached a fever pitch. With the premiere debuting in April, Adidas has joined up with HBO to put out a collection of GoT-themed Ultra Boosts.


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Taking inspiration from some of the most notable characters and families from the series, the Ultra Boost collection has six different models, all designed with unique colorways and features. Each of the varieties has a quote on the back of the shoe that relates to the specific family, including “Winter Is Here” for the White Walker collection. The designs also include custom insoles with the Game of Thrones logo and a spot under each shoe tongue with a family sigil or quote related to the model.

Game of Thrones will debut on April 14. The Game Of Thrones x adidas Ultra Boost doesn’t yet have an official release date, but the collection will likely be available around the time of the premiere.


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Here’s a look at the Game of Thrones Ultra Boost collection.

House Stark

House Stark gets a spotlight as one of the models of the Adidas GoT collection with a grey and black colorway that matches the direwolf sigil that’s part of the banners that the family rides under. The quote on the back of the shoe is one of the most recognizable from the series: “Winter Is Coming.”

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White Walker

The White Walker model has a combination of white and translucent blue on the shoe, referencing the icy landscapes where the group resides. The back heel has the quote “Winter Is Here,” which and obvious play on words of the Stark slogan “Winter Is Coming.”  

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House Lannister

This shoe reflects the House Lannister colors with the gold and red colorway, referencing the money and bloodshed the family used to rule the Seven Kingdoms. The family crest is a golden lion, which is why the quote on the back of the shoe reads “Hear Me Roar”. 

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Targaryen Dragons

This shoe colorway directly references the “fiery” way the Targaryen’s ruled when they were in charged, mainly by use of fire-breathing dragons. The mix of black and orange on the shoe is meant to reflect the fire that their dragons breathe, and the back heel has the quote “Fire and Blood.”

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House Targaryen White

The Targaryen family ruled with dragons, but they were also originally from the city of Valyria. In the books, Valyrian features of people from that city include silver hair, blonde hair, and pale skin, and the shoe reflects those colors. Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) fits this description, and in sticking with the Targaryen saying, the back heel has the quote “Fire and Blood.” 

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Night’s Watch

The Night’s Watch guards the thousands-year-old wall from intruders and they always wear black. The shoe reflects that color with a main black colorway, but there’s also some white at the tip to represent the ice and snow that dominates the area where the Wall and Castle Black (the Night’s Watch HQ) are. The back heel has “Night’s Watch” as the quote on a light blue fabric, also referencing the White Walkers and the ice beyond the Wall. 

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Kanye West’s Identity Stolen, Signature Forged on Philipp Plein NYFW Contract

Kanye West was a forgery victim and the cost is huge … nearly $ 1 MILLION … sources tell TMZ. Sources close to the situation tell TMZ, a guy Ye knew secretly contacted Philipp Plein, who is staging a big New York Fashion Week event this coming…

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EXCLUSIVE: Altuzarra to Sponsor The Frick’s Annual Young Fellows Ball

Altuzarra will be the sponsor of this spring’s Young Fellows Ball at The Frick museum, which will be held on March 21. The night will be themed “Notte a Palazzo” (Night at the Palazzo), and is inspired by the upcoming exhibition at the museum, “Moroni: The Riches of Renaissance Portraiture.”
“I am honored to be partnering with The Frick Collection this year on celebrating ‘Moroni: The Riches of Renaissance Portraiture,’” Joseph Altuzarra said. “Renaissance portraiture has been a constant source of inspiration for me over the years and I’m excited to have the opportunity to delve into the Frick’s wonderful show this year.” 
The event will be chaired by Altuzarra, Paul Arnhold, Lili Buffett, Larry Milstein, Britt Theodora and Vanessa Traina.
Past fashion sponsors of the Young Fellows Ball include Escada and Carolina Herrera.

“Moroni: The Riches of Renaissance Portraiture” will be on view at the museum Feb. 21 through June 2.

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Lisa Perry RTW Fall 2019

Lisa Perry has mined the Sixties so thoroughly that it has become her signature, with groovy colors and flower embellishments her known calling cards. For fall, she stepped outside of that trope and examined the Seventies, pointing to as inspiration the heyday of Yves Saint Laurent. While Perry has dipped into the period before, this season was a full-on dive into the decade.
But this wasn’t any sexy Parisian discotheque. Instead Perry showed a tightly edited collection of pieces done with unexpected color combinations — stepping back from her usual primary shades — and easy-to-understand silhouettes.
“It’s still color but it’s something different for me,” the designer noted at a private preview in her sunlit SoHo showroom, adding, “I wanted a vintage feel but still modern.”
Newness came from lush textiles, including a beige knit head-to-toe look; a top and pant with fringe details at the wrist and ankle, and a looser seven-gauge knit top with oversize cable knit detail, done in pastel pink. Another standout was a turtleneck sweater that combined all the secondary colors into one subtle spectrum.
Texture was also on the docket with a yellow calf hair A-line paneled skirt and a few yellow stamped python separates.
Perry has a strong

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Tokyo-Based Designer Tomo Koizumi Has One Seriously Crazy Fashion Story

It is hard to believe anything Tomo Koizumi says.
How a Tokyo-based costume designer gets plucked from Instagram last month by Katie Grand, who offers to style a runway show at Marc Jacobs’ New York store, sounds like the wind-up for a joke. The fact that he set out to be a junior high school art teacher only makes their last-minute plans more baffling and impressive. But it is all true, true, true. By Tuesday morning, Koizumi was jet lag-free in Jacobs’ SoHo offices and 24 hours later he was up for an interview in the airy downtown space.
Surrounded by racks of the voluminous kaleidoscopic-colored designs he brought from Tokyo, Koizumi took a break from steaming, while his sister Yuka and a friend kept at it. To make the journey to New York, all of these confectioneries had somehow been stuffed into the three slightly battered boxes that were stacked in a corner. However jack-in-the-box that might sound, Koizumi described packing like rolling up a sleeping bag. “Yeah, it’s a bit extreme. But it is very light,” the 30-year-old said.
“I’m still not sure I’m in the fashion industry,” he said flatly.
“You might feel it at seven o’clock Friday night,” Grand said laughing.
Echoing

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How to Get James McAvoy’s Textured Hairstyle and Beard

James McAvoy has a great head of hair. And, as stellar as he is in any role, it’s heartbreaking to see him shave that thick, textured, ne’er receded mane all off. (He’s done it for X-Men: Apocalypse and Split, both 2016, and again for his reprisal of both roles in this year’s Dark Phoenix and Glass.) For our February 2019 cover shoot, however, McAvoy brought the volume, the texture, the waves, and the style.

 

 

We took the classic comb over, tousled it a bit, and modified it for McAvoy’s natural texture. The finish was, of course, natural looking—not too business, just enough casual. If you’d like to imitate it yourself, then follow these tips from some pros across the pond—London-based barbers Bradley Smith of Bradley Smith Hair Heathrow and Aaron Gibson of Sharps Barber and Shop. They’ll even throw in some bonus tips about imitating and maintaining McAvoy’s beard.


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What Kind of Hair it Requires

The truth hurts: Gibson says you’ll likely need a strong hairline and medium thickness to pull this one off. “The side parting is a universal hairstyle, which suits most types of hair. However, you should avoid this one if you’re receding or have very fine hair, as it will emphasize your hair loss.”

Smith adds that wavy hair is an even better match yet: “It’s full of movement, enabling you to create a messier, texturized version of the side parting,” he says, noting that many other side-part styles will suit guys of different hair types and densities.

What to Tell the Barber

“Ask your barber for an unkempt version of the side parting, ultimately a messier and textured variation with length on top, roughly three inches,” says Smith.


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Hopefully she or he will know what they’re doing, but here’s more detail: They should scissor cut around the back and sides, over top a comb. This should leave one inch or less in length. Then, they should texturize the top and blend it into the sides, to lighten the bulk and help the style cooperate.

“This will leave a natural, softer effect,” Smith says. “Tidy up around the ears, edges, and neckline with mini clippers to create the clean finish.”

How Frequently Should it Be Maintained

You need to visit the barber every month for cleanups (4-5 weeks, Gibson estimates as the ideal timeframe).

“This will allow for movement on top,” he says. “It’s imperative to clean up the edges and neck hair in an ‘unkempt’ side parting like this, in order to keep the style looking sharp.”

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How to Style

First, define your part with the end of a fine-tooth comb, says Smith. You can shake your hair first to see how it separates, and your part should be easy to find. Then, apply a few sprays of hair tonic (like V76 by Vaughn’s) to the style, and massage it from the roots. This tonic will give it the flexibility to be restyled and reworked throughout the day, if anything goes awry.


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Then, Smith says to use a blow dryer on low heat, while directing with a vent brush. Together, they’ll give the style a little added volume.

Once dry, take a dime size amount of styling clay (like American Crew) and emulsify it in your fingertips. Then, work it in from the back of the head forward, targeting the roots. Massage it in and tousle the hair for some added texture.

Lastly, direct your hair back and to the side for a texturized, natural finish.

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How to Get the Beard

To maintain this beard length, Smith says you’ll need to trim every 2-3 days on approximately a 4- or 5-guard.

“For trimming the neckline, work by using the two-finger method above the Adam’s Apple, for a rounded look,” he says.

Connect that point above your fingers to the backs of your ears, creating a ‘U’ shape.


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Markarian RTW Fall 2019

“I’m saying that this collection reminds me of ‘the Medicis going to the disco,’ which is a ridiculous quote,” Markarian designer Alexandra O’Neill demurred. As unrealistic as the idea might sound, her stellar fall lineup seamlessly melded fanciful femininity with sparkling disco fever.
Gowns came in velvets, traditional brocades and classic floral prints with puffed sleeves and dramatic ruffles, but given a modern edge with shimmering, glitzy details. For instance, a black velvet ballgown and fanciful velvet “tracksuit” both came festooned with rhinestone trimming, while a floral brocade gown boasted a dramatic ruffled bust. 
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What Consumers Want: Gucci, Sneakers, Brand Collabs

MILAN — Gucci is the world’s most desirable brand, according to global fashion search platform Lyst’s fourth-quarter ranking of the industry’s hottest names and products in 2018.
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Each Other Pre-Fall 2019

Marking a clear departure from its usual punchy looks, Each Other decided to focus on one of its signature style traits for pre-fall: carving a sculptured feminine silhouette out of men’s wear pieces.
Inspired by the sensual architecture of John Lautner, the collection looked back to Seventies prints and shapes, which were reworked to show a bit more skin. A classic gray striped suit featured buttoned slits alongside trouser legs and sleeves, while an off-the-shoulder minidress, a standout piece among the looks, was sculpted out of two different printed suit jackets. Metallic suits with a pinched-in waist were ideal for eveningwear, as was an elegant trenchcoat with a luxurious velvet back.
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In the 3:24 film, Campbell is pictured in a bespoke mirrored box the size of an Equinox Hotels Studio room. The video is broken down into three separate segments. The first, Move, shows her stretching, boxing and jogging in place. That’s followed by Nutrition, which shows close-ups of her biting down on pieces of fruit. The final portion, Dream, is more surreal, showing her twirling in a long white outfit and a headband before she walks purposefully across a kaleidoscope-like screen, where she conceptually breaks through the glass in the room.

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“When I think of Equinox the brand, and specifically the hotel, I think about pushing human experience and pushing boundaries, testing limits. Who better to represent this than Naomi Campbell?” said Knight. “I wanted Naomi to have something to push against. A virtual version of herself and all that makes Naomi, Naomi.”
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The company was one of five firms — out of more than 1,000 — selected for a $ 100,000 investment from Chloe Capital. It also received an investment form Style With Substance Ventures, which takes stakes in companies that help reduce the environmental impact of fashion. (Nineteenth Amendment was founded with less than $ 10,000, incubated at the New York Fashion Tech Lab).
Amanda Curtis, chief executive officer and cofounder, said the new money and the “Project Runway” connection is “definitely going to help support what we’re doing” and will aid in bringing the company’s technology to larger brands.
Founded in 2014, Nineteenth Amendment provides a Made in the U.S.A. manufacturing platform that brands can use to fulfill orders inventory-free in six weeks or less.
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Isabel Marant Pre-Fall 2019

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Standouts included a buttery, brown leather blouse and trouser set — slightly gathered at the shoulders, the top had slightly bulky sleeves and was paired with elegant, high-waisted trousers in the same material. A tan corduroy dress was handsome in a similar way, with puffy sleeves that were tightly cinched at the wrist in a nice balance of structure and flow. Elegant, monochrome looks, in both cases, which highlighted the stylishness of the cuts.
Outerwear included a fuzzy ivory wool coat and an ultra-light rain trench. The label continues its expansion, with a new store in Milan and plans for further locations in Brussels and Barcelona in the coming months.

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“Bape is a highly desirable brand with really selective distribution, and Bape’s management selects one-by-one every single retail account based on the brand assortment and customer demographics,” said Riccardo Tortato, Tsum’s fashion director for men’s wear and e-commerce.
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“It was an excuse to play dress-up with close friends and turn it into an extended story,” explained Allegra, who first made a name for herself back in 2006, turning reclaimed L.A. County Jail tees into one-of-a-kind shirts with her signature shredding and tie-dye technique. She built her hand-crafted vision into a boho-refined brand of relaxed silk suits, evening pajamas, gauzy coats and dresses that retail at Barneys New York, Shopbop and more.
Collaborating with the third-generation Spanish shoemaker was a no-brainer, Allegra said. “The cool thing about working with Pedro is that their company feels very akin to ours; the way they tell their story is as much about people and culture and experience as it is about a shoe.”

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Sustainability is arguably the most widely discussed issue facing the fashion industry today, and it’s become an umbrella term for a range of good practices. For Yeohlee Teng, it means endurance, and being able to reinvent old fabrics for the modern day. There were a host of standouts, including a neon day-glo fabric from 2003 cut into an athletic-leaning jacket and joggers, plum melange silk taffeta from 2008 rendered into languid pants cut on the bias, and silk duchess satin from the Nineties reimagined into a voluminous yet lightweight baseball jacket that maintained a great ballooning shape.
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Jeffrey Scores With Dior Men Pop-up in Atlanta

Kim Jones‘ arrival in March as artistic director of ready-to-wear and accessories at Dior Men energized the luxury brand, just as Super Bowl LIII has energized the city of Atlanta. Jeffrey Kalinsky, founder and president of Jeffrey, on Thursday night capitalized on the fan-favorite brand with a Dior Men pop-up shop at his inaugural store in Atlanta.
“We’re feting Kim’s first collection,” Kalinsky said, citing guests such as Future, Young Thug, Gunna, SouthSide, Wheezy, Phaedra Parks, Lil Van, Bernice Burgos, Brielle and Ariana Biermann. “He’s a major talent and he’s infused so much energy into Dior Men. I don’t know how many hundreds of people were in the store last night. By 7 p.m. we were jamming. Everybody was talking about the traffic for private planes. There wasn’t a place to park.
“It’s just amazing the commerce around the Super Bowl,” Kalinsky said from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Airport, where he was waiting for a flight to Miami, admitting that he may skip the Super Bowl. “It’s been wonderful for fashion in Atlanta. The last time the Super Bowl was in Atlanta 19 years ago and we got wonderful customers from all over the country.”
Kalinsky said that dynamic is magnified today because “you have all the

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Only Opaques – Sexy Policewoman Natasha Marley

Only Opaques  - Sexy Policewoman Natasha Marley

If there is a crime that warrants this type of “punishment” then I sure wish someone would inform me of what I had to do! In today’s OnlyOpaques update, Natasha Marley is posing in a very sexy policewoman outfit with black pantyhose and tall boots. She is out to catch the bad guys but can’t resist being a bad girl and stripping for the camera. Natasha loses the entire outfit and ends up in nothing but her sexy pantyhose and police cap.

If you want to see more of Natasha Marley teasing out of her uniform and posing in erotic photoshoots wearing nothing but pantyhose and stockings, you have to visit OnlyOpaques! There you will find this set and 10 others, along with 3 videos, of this beautiful blonde bombshell posing in legwear of all types!

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The Skincare Secrets of the Blue Lagoon

Contrary to popular belief, the Blue Lagoon is not one of Iceland’s many natural wonders. Known for its spirit-lifting benefits, the famed landmark is actually man-made. Ever since 1974, water from a nearby geothermal power plant’s been feeding the milky, cerulean water. The prospect of swimming in a power plant’s runoff might seem terrifying, but geothermal energy accounts for about 25 percent of the power used in Iceland (you’re not wading in nuclear waste). The unique mix of lava rock, minerals, and algae create a skin-soothing combination that gives the water some luminescence.

 

 

Locals and tourists have been bathing in the lagoon for decades, noticing reprieve from conditions like psoriasis, and enjoying benefits like firmer, more hydrated skin. After some extensive studies confirmed this phenomenon, the Blue Lagoon became a public attraction in 1987, and admission was regulated. The lagoon has since been relocated and expanded to accommodate nearly 3,000 visitors per day in the summer, and 2,000 per day in the winter. (You need a reservation to visit; don’t show up without one!)


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Besides being an Instagram supersite, the Blue Lagoon is also one of the top “skincare wonders” of the world, in large part thanks to the scientists at its research and development center who engineer the perfect balance of ingredients in the waters, as well as in each of the healing products the brand sends to market.

Blue Lagoon Ltd. launched its skincare line in 1995, opened the Silica Hotel wellness retreat in 2005, and the exclusive, jaw-dropping, 62-suite Retreat at the Blue Lagoon in 2018. (You can stay overnight or get a day pass.)

Here are some of the skincare secrets of the Blue Lagoon, thanks to insight from Ása Brynjolfsdottir, the Head of R&D at The Blue Lagoon.

The Lagoon’s Algae Has Anti-aging Properties

Clinical studies have proven the Blue Lagoon’s algae stimulates collagen renewal in the skin. Furthermore, it helps defend against sun damage by preventing the breakdown of said collagen. If you’re ever lucky enough to visit the Blue Lagoon Research & Development center (which isn’t open to the public), you’ll see they raise their own algae in evenly lit, gently circulating tubes of water.

“[Our] algae is cultivated through the geothermal seawater—a natural occurring resource originating from 2,000 meters within the volcanic earth,” says Brynjolfsdottir. “And it contains no external additives.”

That makes it an ideal ingredient to apply anywhere on the body—but especially on the face. The brand’s Algae Mask is nourishing and moisturizing. You can use it after a deep-cleaning mud mask, if you want to reinvigorate cleansed, dried skin with these pro-collagen, anti-aging benefits. However, it’s also a good standalone mask if you have overly dry or sensitive skin, since it’ll hydrate and smooth while preventing wrinkles and fine lines.


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Its Silica Preserves Moisture

Silica is a mineral compound found in the Blue Lagoon, and is perhaps its most buzzed-about element. Silica strengthens the skin’s barrier function, meaning it helps lock in moisture and keep out toxins. This, in turn, ensures a youthful, firm complexion, and also slows signs of aging.

When you visit the lagoon, you’ll likely do a mud mask mid-soak—you’ve probably seen photos of guests soaking in the blue haze with white clay smeared all over their face. You can buy a made-for-home variation of this, which is also rich in silica.

“It deep cleans the skin and reduces the visibility of pores,” says Brynjolfsdottir, noting the silica is hand-harvested from the Blue Lagoon geothermal seawater. (There’s a terrific Silica Body Scrub, too.)

Lava rock can be used to exfoliate

The Blue Lagoon sits on a lava field, as does pretty much all of Iceland. If you look out over the horizon, you see moss growing from the lava rock, and you even feel the rock underfoot as you wade through the lagoon. (It’s not sharp.)

The product engineers at the lagoon’s R&D center extracted some lava rock near their facility. They ground it into a fine powder and made it the central ingredient in their Lava Scrub. It’s a gentle exfoliant, since it’s been ground up so small. In addition to lifting dead skin cells from the surface of the skin, it stimulates blood flow and nutrient delivery, bringing healthier cells to the surface of the skin, so you have fewer breakouts and dark spots.


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All of The Blue Lagoon’s ingredients and products are made sustainably

Because Iceland sits on a volcano field, it runs entirely on geothermal energy. This gives the country a huge advantage in sustainable production. The Blue Lagoon leads the way not just in skincare innovation.

“Sustainability is echoed through every dimension of our company’s ongoing evolution,” says Brynjolfsdottir.

They rely on renewable electrical energy to fuel Blue Lagoon facilities, including LAVA Restaurant, Silica Hotel, the R&D Center, and the Retreat at Blue Lagoon. They even recycle the CO2 that pumps out of their production center. This means that green methods have been employed to create any of those products you apply to your body, all the way down to the algae, silica, and minerals within.


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EXCLUSIVE: Dior to Stage Cruise Show in Marrakech

 HEAT SEEKERS: Dior is putting the warm weather back into the cruise season, with plans to stage its resort show this year in Marrakech on April 29.
The French fashion house, it seems, is taking no risks after its last cruise show in Chantilly, near Paris, was marred by traffic jams and torrential rains. The display in Morocco will mark the first time Dior will stage a major event in the country, and will take place on a Monday.
Marrakech is most closely associated with the late couturier Yves Saint Laurent, who considered Morocco his second home and designed some of his best collections there. The Yves Saint Laurent Museum, opened in 2017, and the neighboring Majorelle Garden have become major tourist attractions.
The timing of the show places Dior in pole position, with Chanel set to show its cruise collection at the Grand Palais in Paris on May 3. It also signals a move back toward diverse locations, after last year’s unusual concentration of shows in France, which saw Dior, Louis Vuitton and Gucci all showing within the same week.
New York is proving a strong draw: Prada will stage its cruise show in the Big Apple on May 2, with Vuitton to follow on

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Kobi Halperin RTW Fall 2019

Fall marks four years since Kobi Halperin launched his line, and as such, the designer was feeling nostalgic about beginnings, in terms of both the brand and his personal life. An avid traveler, Halperin often mines the cultures of far-flung locales to influence an aesthetic heavy on prints and detailed embroidery. He didn’t disappoint in those areas, offering a breadth of warm, inviting patterns culled from carpet textiles in his homeland of Israel.
Upon first glance, there was noticeable variety in terms of color, texture and patterns. It was a lot, and all quite polished and elegant given the mashup of prints. There was a seamless blend of skirts with washed out rug patterns and the ornate novelty blouses for which he’s known, and with graphic ikat separates complementing crushed velvet tops with vintage-leaning baroque embroidery. It wasn’t all so literal — white lace was created with carpet motifs Halperin brought back from flea markets in Tel Aviv, and feathers punctuating elevated knitwear mirrored decorative tassels that framed rugs. He was drawn to carpets for their connotations of comfort and feeling at home.
He made a point to highlight a casual element the Kobi way through silky blouses with puff shoulders, crushed

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BFC Debuts London Fashion Week:Insiders, a Consumer Event During Fashion Week

SHAKE IT UP: The British Fashion Council is allowing consumers access to London Fashion Week with the debut of a two-day consumer event from Feb. 16 to 17 dubbed London Fashion Week: Insiders. The event will run alongside the main shows, which take place from Feb.15 to 19.
London Fashion Week: Insiders will include industry talks, customer experiences and see-now-buy-now catwalk shows. The industry talks will shine a spotlight on sustainability and “mindful” consumer behavior presented by BBC Earth and Mother of Pearl’s creative director Amy Powney on Feb. 16.The talks will be filmed and published across BBC and BFC social media channels.
On Feb.17, Fyodor Golan and Osman Yousefzada will present their runway shows along with two other designers, who have yet to be announced. To mark the new event, the BFC has tapped Richard Quinn, winner of the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British design 2018, to design a limited edition tote bag.
Tickets to for access to London Fashion Week: Insiders retail at 135 pounds and 245 pounds for VIP access which includes priority seating, lounge access and the Richard Quinn tote bag filled with fashion and beauty products.

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Only Opaques – Theo Posing In Her Office

Only Opaques - Theo Posing In Her Office

Naughty blonde secretary Theo looks amazing while posing at her office in today’s update from OnlyOpaques. The cute hardbody removes her secretary skirt to show off her sexy panties and suspended stockings. She then removes her top to show off her perky natural tits, ending the set in nothing but her stockings.

If you like seeing gorgeous girls posing in legwear like stockings and tights, you have to check out OnlyOpaques. All of the content on the site, which updates daily, is themed with pantyhose and other sexy opaque legwear.

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EXCLUSIVE: Cara Delevingne Goes Nude for Balmain Campaign

BARING IT ALL: Olivier Rousteing has chosen Cara Delevingne to be the face — and body — of the Balmain spring 2019 campaign, the brand announced on Wednesday.
The British model and actress, who opened the Balmain spring 2019 show in Paris last October, strikes a pose for two daring images shot in black-and-white by Berlin-based photographer Dan Beleiu.
In one of them, Delevingne and Rousteing pose topless. The designer is depicted standing behind Delevingne, his hands covering her breasts. “It references all the iconic album covers of the Nineties, which were big pop culture moments of our childhood,” Rousteing, who was born in 1985, told WWD (Delevingne was born in 1992.)
“The campaign shows the reunion of two skin tones, one black — or mixed race — and one white,” explained the designer. “Choosing to pose naked was all about authenticity. We’re going back to basics: I wanted something pure and transparent.”

Cara Delevingne fronts the Balmain spring 2019 campaign. 
Dan Beleiu

In the other image, the actress is seen entirely naked, reclining in front of a huge B, the logo initially created by Pierre Balmain and relaunched at the end of 2018 as part of the brand’s new identity.
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Paula Canovas del Vas RTW Fall 2019

It probably was a good call for London-based designer Paula Canovas del Vas to show her ready-to-wear collection during Paris Couture Week, a traditional setting that made her high-voltage silhouettes all the more striking.
Inspired by the surrealist work of film director Alejandro Jodorowsky, Canovas del Vas, a Central Saint Martins graduate, played with volumes, proportions and materials with abandon. There were bright orange fringe dresses, faux fur skirts, short coats and gloves, exaggerated bunched-up shoulders and a couple of cycling shorts. Technical materials like Lycra were paired with wool creations embossed with giant flower motifs, an old technique popular in the South of Spain, where the designer hails from.
Hair was twisted in aerials sticking up from the models’ heads and curving devil’s horns protruded from the front of tops. Mohair shoes — the “Diablo” flats and boots, real showstoppers — were a true work of art, made by eight different artisans.
“There is a real sense of craft to what I do, everything is handmade,” Canovas del Vas said backstage. Bringing together the OTT aesthetic of East London, where her studio is based, and the traditional craftsmanship of Murcia, the Southern Spain region where her family is from, the designer’s creations are both an accurate

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EXCLUSIVE: Karl Lagerfeld Taps Carine Roitfeld for His Brand

When Karl Lagerfeld ignited designer collaborations and the “masstige” phenomenon in 2004 with his one-off collection for H&M, he had a secret collaborator with a silhouette as well-known and emphatic as his own: Carine Roitfeld.
Now he has invited the fashion editor and stylist — known for her pencil skirts, taut sweaters and killer heels — to become an ongoing collaborator at his signature fashion house, WWD has learned.
Their new partnership is to kick off in September with The Edit by Carine Roitfeld, her selection of “essential pieces” from the designer’s fall 2019 collection.
“The collaboration will further evolve with additional projects to be announced later this year,” the Lagerfeld house said, divulging the development exclusively to WWD and calling Roitfeld an “integral contributor to the Karl Lagerfeld brand.”
Since repositioning his signature fashion house in the masstige zone in 2010, the brand has expanded rapidly to more than 100 freestanding stores worldwide, plus online sales in 96 countries.

A Karl Lagerfeld sketch of Carine Roitfeld. 

A pioneer in freewheeling collaborations throughout his long fashion career, Lagerfeld only recently began inviting outside contributors to his brand. Most recently, Cindy Crawford’s 16-year-old daughter and doppelgänger Kaia Gerber signed a capsule collection for fall 2018 retailing. Last year, Lagerfeld also

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Only Opaques – Carla In Leather Skirt And Red Pantyhose

Only Opaques - Carla In Leather Skirt And Red Pantyhose

Carla looks amazing in today’s update from OnlyOpaques as she shows off her new outfit and teases the camera. Her short black leather skirt can barely contain her tight firm ass and her bright red pantyhose are showing off all the curves in her legs. She slowly begins to remove her clothing piece by piece until shes down to nothing but the pantyhose and decides to bend over to show off that amazing ass!

You can see the entire set only at OnlyOpaques. Along with this set are hundreds of other models and their photos and video of them posing in pantyhose, stockings, legwear and socks too! The site updates everyday with new fetish legwear content!

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Rhone Commuter Slim Pants Have Arrived

If you know Rhone, then the chances are good that you know the Commuter Pant. It’s one of the company’s most popular pieces and one of our favorite pair of pants for a reason. It’s comfortable, versatile, and whether you dress it up or down, it fits right in no matter where you are. Now, Rhone has unveiled a new slim-cut version, the Commuter Slim, available today only at Rhone.

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Until today, the only thing that has been missing from Rhone’s Commuter line is a true slim-fit pant. The City Pant is cool, but some of the reflective details aren’t for everybody. Commuter Slim boasts all the comfort of its predecessor with a sleeker, slimmer cut through the knee and ankle. With free, custom hemming and an outstanding track record, these pants are bound for a corner office near you.


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They look great with a button-down shirt and unstructured blazer, or just with a t-shirt. The Commuter Slim comes in four colorways: khaki, grey, navy, and black. They are on sale now for $ 128.

Made from a stretch polyester blend, Rhone Commuter pants don’t have that weird synthetic sheen to them. They look like nothing more than a nice pair of work pants—but include all kinds of thoughtful design elements like a sneaky media pocket tucked within the right pocket, a crotch gusset, and a zipper on the right hip pocket to keep your wallet secure, even while on the bike.

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And that’s what makes the Commuter Slim a great travel pant as well. There’s no need to dress like a slob when you’re on the road or in the air, and Rhone’s versatile Commuter pants are the perfect solution.

Rhone’s Commuter Slim is available today. Pick yours up now before all the good sizes and colors run out.

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Sean McVay’s GF Gets Custom Jacket For Super Bowl, 4,000 Crystals!

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Animal Planet Capsule to Benefit Project CAT

Discovery Inc. and Art & Eden, a sustainable cotton kids’ clothing brand, have teamed to help protect endangered species with a new Animal Planet capsule collection.
The collection will feature vibrant images of animals that are in need of protection and conservation, such as tigers, elephants, sharks and whales. It will be available starting Feb. 4 at nordstrom.com, Artandeden.com and Kidbox. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Project CAT, Discovery’s ongoing initiative with the World Wildlife Fund dedicated to ensuring a healthy habitat for future generations of tigers. The partnership supports a global effort to double the number of tigers in the wild by 2022.
Created sustainably and packaged in recycled materials, the Animal Planet x Art & Eden collection highlights 40 exclusive designs including shirts, dresses, skirts and shorts, all made of organic cotton and low-impact dyes. The retail prices range from $ 31 to $ 42.  Depending on the item, the sizes range from six months to 24 months, and 2 to 10. The marketing campaign supporting the apparel collection will spotlight the combined mission of protecting endangered animals while also emboldening children to create the planet they are proud of.

A look from the Animal Planet x Art & Eden collection. 

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Isabel Marant Étoile RTW Fall 2019

For her secondary label, Isabel Marant doubled down on comfort, considering what she would want to wrap herself up in when the weather turned chilly. A fuzzy plaid shirt thus became a poncho, its zip-up collar adjustable for extra warmth. An oversize, quilted vest, too, looked cozy — it had texture, in the form of braid patterns — and smart, as well, cinched at the waist with a leather belt. The designer was equipping her young, fashion-conscious customer with solid outerwear that doubled as a protective layer.
Another example came in the form of a thick brown leather jacket, like a pilot’s jacket from the last century, repurposed for a new era — the shoulders had Eighties-style extra puff. A pale purple sweatshirt was embellished with quilted shoulder patches, and an acid-washed jean jacket had a fuzzy wool collar.
For dressier occasions, she offered an elegant black lace dress, snug in all the right places for sexiness, and an extra ruffle for a touch of the romantic. Her peasant blouses had large sleeves and two ruffles on each shoulder. 
She kept her waists high and the sweaters chunky, for the most part. The collection was all about being in the comfort zone: the

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BCBG Taps Kate Young, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley for 30th Anniversary

For its 30th anniversary, BCBG Max Azria is heightening its profile by appointing stylist Kate Young as creative consultant and tapping Rosie Huntington-Whiteley to appear in its spring 2019 campaign. It’s a new move for the contemporary brand founded by Max Azria in 1989.
Young, who signed not long after Marquee Brands took control of BCBG, is working alongside creative director Bernd Kroeber, who worked with Joyce Azria as part of BCBGeneration team.
“I’ve consulted for many brands, but no one really does this,” Young said of taking on a public consulting role.
“I have a sort of old school love for the brand. For me it has this association with moving to New York, which sort of goes with the ambitious working stylish girl,” Young said. “It’s fun collaborating together on colors and shapes. I’m just trying to bring a little of my aesthetic in.”
“I’ve worked nearly a year with Kate and her sensibility and her eye is so refined,” Krober said.
The spring 2019 collection picks up where former creative director Lubov Azria left off, fusing modern and romantic in many of the brand’s signature looks from pleated color-blocked dresses to power suiting to sleek evening gowns and fashion-forward voluminous dresses.
“There is a kind of ease. Nothing’s too tricky, it’s really straightforward. It’s really chic and styled-seeming but uncomplicated,” Young said.
“Most women have different sides to themselves. This season it’s more of

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Only Opaques – Katie T In Bunny Dress Outdoors

Only Opaques - Katie T In Bunny Dress Outdoors

In today’s update at OnlyOpaques, the beautiful Katie T is in a bunny style minidress and ears posing in a video outdoors at the park on a bench. Katie loves being a bad girl and decides it would be a very naughty thing to strip in public so she quickly performs a slow striptease leaving her in nothing but her white pantyhose around her knees.

You can see more of Katie T and more babes in pantyhose at Only Opaques. Of course, pantyhose isn’t the only thing that you can see the girls at Only Opaques wearing. There’s also photos and videos featuring beautiful women in stockings, socks, fishnets, and even tights. Whether you have a nylon fetish or just curious you should come check out Only Opaques today.

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7 Sweaters and Jumpers We’re Picking Up From the Topman Sale

Fashion-forward, UK-based retailer Topman has a slew of sweaters on sale up for to 70 percent off. So now is a great time to reload your sweater arsenal and make sure you’re toasty warm well through the last few cold months.


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From cardigans to pullovers, in styles simple to bold, there’s something at Topman to suit most any taste. And at these prices, you can’t afford to miss out.

Grey And Red Block Roll Neck Jumper

This classic longshoreman rollneck gets a modern update in bold red. We’d probably wear it with jeans but it still looks casual when paired with these unstructured pinstriped slacks, too.

[$ 18, was $ 65; us.topman.com]

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Charcoal Merino Cardigan

Ice-blue pinstriped accents on the cuffs, hem, and down the front add a bit of style and funk to a normally staid cardigan. Great for the cabin—but fine for the office, too.

[$ 35, was $ 75; us.topman.com

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Twist Ribbed Muscle Fit Sweater

You work hard on those pecs, so show them off with this snug-fitting pullover in simple, flattering grey.

[$ 22, was $ 45; us.topman.com]

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Brushed Houndstooth Jumper

A simple red pullover crewneck gets the fat black houndstooth treatment, brushed to just the right anount of fuzziness. Bold? Sure. And that’s not a bad thing.

[$ 39, was $ 65; us.topman.com]

 

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Oversized Harlow Sweater

Go big or home home in this oversized pullover. Roomy, soft, and super cozy, it’s totally machine washable. And the color will go with most anything.

[$ 32, was $ 65; us.topman.com]

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Brushed Argyle Cardigan

The grunge-era cardigan is all grown up. Brushed for supreme softness, the black-and-red argyle really sets it off. But it’s this markdown price that’s the real eye-popper.

[$ 16, was $ 85; us.topman.com]

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Block Stripe Sweater

Granted, it takes courage to rock anything in lavender, but with this simple brushed crewneck sweater we’re confident you can pull it off. The fanny pack, though, is purely optional.

[$ 36, was $ 60; us.topman.com]

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Merino Wool Tipped V-neck Jumper

Slim dudes should be all over this comfy, classic v-neck in rust. Even though it’s Merino, it’s machine-washable. And it will wear well with jeans or dark slacks, either tucked or untucked.

[$ 38, was $ 75; us.topman.com]

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Max Mara to Hold Resort 2020 Show in Berlin

MAX MARA ON THE ROAD: Max Mara is once again taking its resort collection on the road. The Italian fashion brand will show its 2020 resort collection in Berlin on June 3 in a location that has yet to be revealed.
Last year Max Mara held its resort show at the Collezione Maramotti museum of contemporary art works in Reggio Emilia, Italy, where the company is based. Max Mara is owned by the Maramotti family.
Before that, Shanghai was the stage for the brand’s pre-fall 2017 collection, London for its resort 2016 collection and New York for its pre-fall 2015 lineup.
The decision to show in Berlin underscores the relevance of the German market for the brand, which is designed by creative director Ian Griffiths.
As reported, Prada and Louis Vuitton will show their resort 2020 and cruise collections in New York, on May 2 and 8, respectively.

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Azzi & Osta Couture Spring 2019

Lebanese designers George Azzi and Assaad Osta presented their silk road inspired couture collection in Paris. The designers, who both worked with Elie Saab, before launching their own label, have known each other since design school days and shared a mutual fascination with journey of dressmaking. “It was always very fascinating to us how silk as a luxury had to travel from one side of the earth to another to get to the royal courts of Europe,” Osta said. Each piece from the collection paid tribute to a city, monument or memorable landmark along the road. The designers used various techniques including pleating, antique embroideries and the sculptured structures to reflect the journey. The color palette reflected of the skies from dusk to dawn, with shades of jade green, cerulean blue, jasmine white, powder pink, lilac, mulberry yellow and twilight blue.
“The idea of how secretive and protected the provenance and art of silk making was is very similar to couture, the savoir faire, the well-kept secret of the couture house, and the journey that undertakes every piece,” Azzi added. The designers have caught the attention of celebrities, dressing Beyoncé, Cardi B and Kendall Jenner.

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Something Old, Something New: V&A Readies Dior Show With a British Twist

LONDON — The New Look never grows old, at least not at the Victoria & Albert, where Christian Dior’s Bar Suit, a pleated wool skirt and silk shantung jacket with a 19-inch waist, is the all-time favorite.
“We have about 100,000 objects in our dress and textiles archive and study center and they range over hundreds and hundreds of years. The most requested one to see — from designers, researchers, academics, students, and members of the public — is the Bar Suit,” said Oriole Cullen, curator of “Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams,” which opens Feb. 2 and runs until July 19.
“The suit became emblematic not only for Dior, but as a reference for 20th-century fashion, and that middle decade. It really sums up the Fifties, the amazing fashion photography of the era and a generation of people who had grown up in strained circumstances,” added Cullen in an interview ahead of the largest and most comprehensive U.K. show on the house of Dior.
 

Christian Dior Bar Suit. 

 
“Designer of Dreams” is also the first fashion exhibition to be staged in the vast new galleries, designed by Amanda Levete, on the west side of the building. They showcase more than 500 objects, memorabilia and garments,

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Only Opaques – Tammy Posing Outdoors In Pantyhose

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Tammy takes a shortcut through the woods on her rounds but decides she wants to strip instead out of her sexy uniform in today’s update at OnlyOpaques. While stripping, she unbuttons her top and slowly pulls her skirt down to show off her dark pantyhose and white panties underneath! She ends the set totally nude with her panties around her knees and her legs spread showing off her sweet spot from behind!

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‘Bad Girls Club’ Star Tanisha Thomas Tackles Woman at Amber Meade’s Wedding

[[tmz:video id=”1_26lskct9″]] “Bad Girls Club” star Tanisha Thomas couldn’t resist a good fight at her friend’s wedding reception. The incident went down over the weekend in Maui after ex-‘BGC’ star Amber Meade and Alen Aivazian tied the knot.…

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Borbonese, Istituto Marangoni Team Up on Talent Search

Italian luxury accessories brand Borbonese is launching a project in collaboration with several international schools aimed at expanding its horizons and dialoguing with the new generation of creative minds in order to reach a younger audience.
Called Officina Borbonese, the project kicks off this month in a partnership with Milanese fashion school Istituto Marangoni. About 70 students from the master’s programs in Fashion & Luxury Brand Management and Fashion Start Up will be selected to study and analyze the Borbonese brand and will be asked to pitch new ideas in terms of style, traditional and digital communication, as well as marketing strategies focused on both European and international markets, such as India, China and Korea.
“Officina Borbonese was born to find a contemporary way to communicate the brand’s core values,” said Borbonese chief executive officer Alessandro Pescara. “We would like Officina Borbonese to be a laboratory of both creative ideas and product research. We have in mind a sort of Desk Design Thinking, a space dedicated to creativity, which brings new interpretations of our iconic products, but also new forms of communication, an exchange between the company and the school, getting the world of production and creative imagination closer.”
In particular, Pescara highlighted

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Christian Wijnants Pre-Fall 2019

Paintings by Alice Neel served as a starting point for the prints of Christian Wijnants’ pre-fall collection, which he presented in the showroom of the Galerie d’Architecture.
He noticed the portrait painter’s use of stripes, which he borrowed and applied to a white T-shirt — they ran vertically, hand-painted rather than machine-drawn, as shown by how they wavered slightly.
Known for celebrating diversity, Neel was active between the Sixties and the Eighties, corresponding to Wijnant’s childhood. Perhaps his attraction to her work reflected a nostalgic bent, he observed. A denim dress had a slight Seventies flavor with interesting seams crisscrossing the body, diagonal at the chest, while a pocket at the waist was slightly pushed forward. Going for a bit more elegance, he opted for higher waistlines, more cotton — for shape — and lots of jackets, in oversize cuts, boyfriend style. The resulting lineup felt relevant and self-assured, bringing new elements to the label’s knit and patterned universe.
With pre-fall collections hitting stores in May, he offered pieces with a summer feeling — the market has increasingly become see-now-buy-now, he noted.
Prints included a stylized flower he calls moon flowers, noting there was something poetic about not being able to identify the shape,

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Bridget Foley’s Diary: Michael and Bella on the Campaign Trail

Bella Hadid grimaces in disbelief under her hair curlers. “I think there’s a lot of things that are more important than Instagram in the world,” she says.
She so proclaims from a makeup chair in a Pier 59 photo studio in Manhattan, in response to an anecdote that Michael Kors has just told. He recalled that for some project or other, he had asked Gigi Hadid what she considered the greatest invention of all time, and she answered, “Instagram.”
In deference to Bella’s incredulity, Kors quickly amends his recollection. “OK, it wasn’t the greatest invention of all time. It was the greatest [tech] gadget or something like that.”
Bella exhales with faux relief. “I almost lost a little faith in my sister,” she says. “I was like, out of all things?”
Such is how a chat with Kors typically swerves, even when the pre-set topic is a current project. He is a nonlinear conversationalist, likely to wend through topics as far-flung as his latest vacation, politics and a favorite “Bewitched” episode.
As booked, this interview was to focus on the spring Michael Michael Kors campaign and the related two-day immersive experience at the Dolby SoHo space in New York on Feb. 5 for an industry event, and on Feb. 6, when

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Only Opaques – Ashlea Massey In Schoolgirl Uniform

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Ashlea Massey looks amazing in her blue tights and plaid skirt in today’s update from OnlyOpaques! While wearing her schoolgirl uniform after school, Ashlea lifts up her skirt to show off her white panties and dark blue stockings. She strips out of her uniform to show off her sexy young body and all of its curves!

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Exclusive First Review: Danner X Huckberry Vertigo 917 Goldrush Boots

As one of the premiere names in adventure footwear, Danner made its name on adventure boots as stylish on the sidewalk as they are sturdy on the trail. As one of the premiere destinations in men’s gear, Huckberry made its name showcasing the best gear for men in one online destination. Now these two renowned companies have come together on an exclusive collaboration that celebrates the best of both brands.

The Danner X Huckberry Vertigo 917 Goldrush is the first collab between the San Francisco retailer and Portland’s legendary bootmaker, and it’s only available at Huckberry. The Vertigo 917 has a sneaker-like soft outsole and supple full-grain leather upper, and it’s 100 percent waterproof. This means it’s not just comfortable but functional, both on the pavement and in the dirt. Basically, it’s a sneaker-boot.


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Huckberry put its own spin on the Vertigo 917 by giving it a brand-new golden colorway, a Vibram gum sole, suede heel, and exclusive Huckberry branding on the tongue. The Gore-Tex lining makes it waterproof while allowing your feet to breathe. It has a pliable, three-layer removable Ortholite footbed, and the rubberized midsole is softer and far more durable than traditional EVA. The exclusive gummed Vibram outsole is made of XS Trek rubber for durability and traction. And a modernized version of Danner’s trademark stitchdown construction has cupsole technology that allows the Goldrush to have a wider platform while eliminating the sidewall. The nylon, Chukka-like stretchy nylon shank adds even more flexibility and comfort.

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We were lucky enough to get an exclusive opportunity to try out the Danner X Huckberry Vertigo 917s and can honestly say this may be the most comfortable boot we’ve ever worn—certainly the most comfortable Danners. They’re super lightweight and extremely versatile. We wore them to the office and found they go as well with chinos as they do with jeans; we wore them to see a band at a club and were on our feet hours with no complaints. And they are, indeed, weatherproof, as we discovered on an extremely wet and rainy weekend in the city.


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We also found that they fit better than other Danners we’ve worn. In the past, Danners have always been tight in the toe and almost too firm in the sole for extensive urban trekking; not so with the Vertigo 917 Goldrush. The last is based on the original Vertigo footbed, but is wider and more forgiving, as the supple leather sidewalls and flexible construction don’t give our feet the squeeze. (Note: We’ve been accused of having hobbit feet and these boots don’t come in Wide widths, so we ordered a half-size up. The fit is ideal: snug but not too tight.) Furthermore, the gum sole allows for traction and flexibility that’s key to hiking the urban jungle.

The Danner X Huckberry Vertigo 917 Goldrush is available now, exclusively at Huckberry, for $ 220.

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25th SAG Awards is a Fashion-Forward Union Behind The Scenes

The 25th SAG Awards is in full swing, and if you take a peek behind the scenes … you’ll see everyone was dressed to the nines and beyond for this thing. Tons of actors were on hand Sunday for the award show honoring folks in the SAG-AFTRA union, and…

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Catherine Deneuve’s Saint Laurent Wardrobe Raises $1M at Auction

MILLION-DOLLAR WARDROBE: The sale of Catherine Deneuve’s Yves Saint Laurent outfits raised $ 1 million during an auction at Christie’s Paris on Thursday, with every single lot snapped up.
Interest in the sale was so strong that 90 percent of the 129 lots sold for multiple times above their pre-sale estimate, while the pre-sale exhibition held during Paris Couture Week drew 4,500 visitors, the auction house said. Online bidding for a further 140 lots remains open until Jan. 30 at midnight.
“This week, with highlights including the view and the auction itself, has been a new experience for me and has exceeded my expectations in many ways,” Deneuve said in a statement.
“I would like to thank Christie’s for the beautiful catalogue and the fact they paid tribute to YSL’s talent by presenting his creations in such an exquisite way at the preview, attended by thousands of people. I sincerely hope that the new owners will enjoy these pieces of couture as much as I did,” she added.
The top lot was a haute couture evening ensemble consisting of a chiffon blouse, scarf and taffeta skirt from the Russian collection that Saint Laurent designed for fall 1977. It sold for $ 59,745, 10 times the top

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Au Jour Le Jour Pre-Fall 2019

Mirko Fontana and Diego Marquez delivered an urban collection where streetwear references met sartorial elements. Tailored blazers in classic suiting patterns were worn with cotton shirts punctuated with embroideries, while faux fur coats and jackets, worked in bold neon tones, jeans and starred tops were injected with a young and fun attitude.

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Benetton to Hold First Show With Jean-Charles de Castelbajac

BENETTON’S NEW COLORS: United Colors of Benetton is planning its first runway show with the artistic direction of fashion designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, who joined the Italian company in October. The show, to be held on Feb. 19, will kick off Milan Fashion Week, which is slated to end on Feb. 25.
The arrival of de Castelbajac, who is in charge of both the men’s and women’s collections, is a new role for the company,  and one hailed as a major step for the label, following the return of Luciano Benetton as chairman of the group in January last year.
De Castelbajac first launched his brand Ko & Co with his mother Jeanne-Blanche de Castelbajac in 1968 in Limoges. The designer inspired trends such as the “anti-fashion” movement and the alternative use of objects such as rags and sponges to decorate garments.
In 1974, he cofounded Iceberg, and in 1978, he launched the Jean-Charles de Castelbajac brand, which he left in 2016. Over the years, he has also collaborated with Max Mara, Ellesse, Courrèges, Rossignol and Le Coq Sportif. Blending punk and pop references, his style dovetails with Benetton’s use of strong colors and a whimsical and irreverent touch.

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Only Opaques – Sandra In Blue Dress And Pantyhose

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Blonde hottie Sandra is posing in an update for OnlyTease today while wearing a bright blue and black minidress with very bright blue pantyhose and black heels. The dress looks stunning on her body, but the best part of the set is when she performs a striptease that leaves the dress of the floor to expose her tight teen body and perky tits.

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Perfect Winter Coats and Parkas On Sale Now at Backcountry

The Backcountry Winter Clearance is in full swing right now, and hundreds of items are marked way, way down. While perusing the massive selection of drastically reduced skis, snowboards, and winter gear, we stumbled across a treasure trove of winter parkas from the white-hot Italian company Parajumpers, whose stylish and rugged outerwear is at home on the runways of Milan as in the Alps of Tyrol. And it’s all discounted a full 25 percent.


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When a brand is this hyped the pickings can be slim, especially among the most popular styles, colors, and sizes. But keep in mind that even though retailers are blowing out winter gear, many of us have months of cold, blustery weather still ahead of us. So these coats and parkas are not only going to get plenty of wear this winter, but you’ll be able to rock them for years to come.

So if you want to stay warm while looking tres chic this winter, hurry to Backcountry right now and check out some of these great deals on Parajumpers winter parkas and coats.

Skimaster Mountain Loft

Even with waterproof and breathable construction made for days on the slopes, this jacket has plenty of mountain town style. Packed with lofty down for warmth, it comes with ski-friendly features like an adjustable hem backed by the snow-protection of a powder skirt and thumbhole-equipped wrist gaiters for keeping snow out of your sleeves. The insulated hood offers toasty coverage in stormy weather, and the detachable real fur trim not only looks great but it keeps windchill to a minimum.

Parajumper equipped the Skimaster with tons of pockets, giving you plenty of places to stash your phone, wallet, trail map, snacks, goggles, and more. It comes in Copper or Asphalt (grey).

[From $ 823; backcountry.com]   

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Ernie Leather

Your favorite leather bomber is amazing—until the snow really starts dumping. Puffers are practical, but the style isn’t as timeless as leather. Push aside those winter jackets that just aren’t “you” and make room in your closet for Ernie. Filled with breathable synthetic insulation, it will keep you warmer than regular leather when the weather gets foul, and the waxed lambskin leather exterior won’t soak through at the first sign of rain.

Well-placed accents like zipper tassels and a tape-neck closure lend classic aviator style, while subtle pit zippers prevent overheating when you’re stuck inside. This Cognac colorway is nearly out of stock (unless you’re a Medium) but it also comes in slightly lighter Caramel.

[From $ 823; backcountry.com   

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Right Hand

The Right Hand will wrap you in a removable, insulated down liner, or use the external shell to keep you dry with its waterproof, breathable membrane. You can even just wear the stylish liner. The coyote fur ruff is also removable, just in case it’s too snowy to show off that après-style. There are a plethora of pockets, including cargo pockets with three internal pockets for plenty of organization. Heavy-duty cuffs seal out the cold to keep you cozy throughout winter.

Available in dark grey, dark green, light green (shown), or tan.

[From $ 844; backcountry.com]     

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Kodiak

Inspired by adventurers and designed for urban explorers, the Kodiak blends arctic performance with enough style for the streets of Aspen, St. Moritz—even NYC. It repels water and dirt, and has a removable layer of 90/10 down insulation to trap heat, a drawstring waist to seal out drafts, and a detachable fur ruff and lined collar to keep the cold winter winds at bay.

It’s the details that make the difference, though; side zip vents to keep you from overheating and Parajumper’s distinctive PJS snap-hook at the neck provides warmth and style. 

[From $ 881; backcountry.com]   

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Dhole Down Jacket

Step away from the standard garbage-bag puffer and stay warm in the Dhole Down. Goatskin leather gives this sleeves some weather protection as well as style, and the twill body has a water-resistant treatment to protect the down from light snowfall. The down itself is super-lofty and surprisingly light. The real fur trim is made from Canadian coyotes. The Dhole comes in Anthracite only.

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Special Edition Forrest Down

Combining sophistication with a gritty look, the Forrest is ready for any urban adventure in cold weather. Its hardwearing face fabric repels light moisture from flurries while the down insulation provides warmth on cold evenings. Sheepskin accents and the coyote fur hood trim create an authentically natural, refreshingly organic style that elevates your style. 

Available in Navy or brown.

[$ 1,796, regularly $ 2,395; backcountry.com]   

 

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Fashion to Fintech, OnApproval Makes Luxury Shopping Less Cryptic

From fashion to fintech, American fashion designer Alvin Valley partners with HauteLook cofounder Carlota Espinosa and Oracle-acquired InstantService.com founder Damion Hankejh to integrate OnApproval — the “first luxury payment service system” with Uphold in early January.
Having launched in 2015, Uphold serves more than 184 countries to deliver 30-plus currency types including traditional forms and cryptocurrency. Since its launch, it has powered more than $ 4 billion in U.S. transactions while offering “frictionless foreign exchange for merchants and members around the world.”
The partnership anticipates the formal launch of OnApproval, and it allows its members to “pull goods before paying — providing an in-store shopping experience at home” — by partnering as the alpha merchant with Uphold, the “Internet bank of money,” to onboard 1 million OnApproval members.
According to Hankejh, e-commerce is “ripe for remodeling.” In a separate interview with WWD, Espinosa offered that OnApproval “drives loyalty by reducing payment friction and eliminating the “shopping cart” paradigm, triggering in-store behavior in the home wrapped in personalized customer experience.”
Sometimes noted as the “king of pants” for his extensive design reign in the product category, Valley is in good company with his fellow cofounders of OnApproval. Espinosa is cofounder and vice president of the Nordstrom-acquired HauteLook and Hankejh is a chief

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Aganovich Couture Spring 2019

It was a striking scene. Ghostly couture silhouettes designed by Nana Aganovich and Brooke Taylor, the duo behind Aganovich, seemed eerier still once set against the backdrop of a carpenter’s workshop.
A roaring fire rattled the panes of the Parisian atelier to the sound of pigeons cooing while models slowly navigated their way along the machines, surrounded by wood planks and various hardware. The label’s second couture collection explored the story of a woman on a journey: “She’s armed and protected, but as she goes through life things happen and she becomes someone different,” Aganovich explained.
This was expressed by trailing unfinished hems, giving the impression of the looks unraveling before the viewers’ eyes. The models’ faces were constricted by veils, with the occasional addition of fake locks of hair piled on top of their heads.
The looks were all about contrast. White billowing silhouettes were pitted against yellow plaid suits, a Victorian gown followed a jacket with a structured waist, and a delicate feather-rimmed skirt was given a hard edge when paired with leather boots held up by safety pins.
As expected of a couture collection, all the materials were treated in Paris by the label’s atelier. The brand uses the same patterns as

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Haney Launches Red-Carpet Capsule Collection With Intermix

Stylist-turned-designer Mary Alice Haney celebrated her new red-carpet capsule collection with Intermix in Los Angeles on Wednesday night, using her new Brentwood home as party venue and backdrop for shots of plenty of influencers wearing her clothes, Rocky Barnes, Jordana Brewster, Emmanuelle Chriqui and Marlien Rentmeester among them.
“The girl that is at Intermix is a Haney girl. She’s fashion-forward, she wants to party and loves a good party dress,” said the designer, who grew up in Chattanooga, Tenn., and got her start at magazines, then as a Hollywood stylist for A-listers such as Reese Witherspoon, Blake Lively and Sarah Jessica Parker.
“Tonight, we wanted to celebrate the L.A. influencers who are setting the pace for the fashion community,” added Haney, whose sparkling home, designed with Tim Clarke, has its own bar, which was serving up tequila and Champagne cocktails. (“My husband told me not to open the good stuff, but I didn’t pay attention,” joked Haney.)
“It was built in the Eighties and we’ve been renovating it for two years,” she said of the indoor-outdoor space, which has an interior garden, and houses her studio, complete with the Beverly Hills Hotel’s banana-leaf wallpaper.

Jordana Brewster, Katie Bofshever and Emmanuelle Chriqui. 
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“It’s so easy and glam,” said

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Only Opaques – Milly In Pantyhose On Bed

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In this sexy new video update from Only Opaques, model Milly strips out of her black evening dress and down to her garter and stockings while teasing on the bed. This sexy blonde has an amazing body that she loves to show off and pose for the camera.

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Review: The Gobi Heat Nomad 5 Zone Jacket

This Polar Vortex is nothing to mess with. Now is the time of year when when winter’s claws begin to sink deep below the skin, gripping our bones with the kind of chill we won’t be able to shake till April. Thankfully, advances in heated clothing technology have made it easier to get the gear we need to fight that chill. The Gobi Heat Nomad 5 Zone jacket sounds exactly like the right kind of weapon.

 

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Formerly known as Dragon Heatwear, Gobi Heat is a Utah-based heated apparel company with products that include heated jackets, hoodies, pants, gloves, and socks. With 18 different heated apparel products, Gobi is quickly becoming a leader in the heated apparel industry.

The hooded Nomad is a comfortable puffer made of wind- and water-resistant polyester and a filled with cruelty-free filling. Light and packable, it has five heat zones fired by carbon-fiber heating elements: one on each upper breast, one on each side of the belly, and a large one in the back. The two outer zip pockets are ideally placed over the lower heating elements, so your hands get some love, too. This time of year, that’s a godsend.

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The one-touch controller has three heat settings: Low, Medium, and High, giving you full control over your body temperature. And the bright, easy-to-spot LED indicator makes it a cinch to know exactly where you’re at. The ultra-slim 6700 mAh/7.4 volt battery pack is about the size of a smart phone and slides into an inner pocket gives up to 10 hours of battery life without the additional bulk of other heated apparel batteries we’ve seen.

For now, the Nomad comes only in Onyx, er, black. But it’s available in sizes from Small to XXL, which is great. It’s got YKK zippers and is machine washable. The only caveat is that it fits snug and runs a bit small overall, so “big and tall” guys may want to size up. But at least you won’t need to throw a bunch of layers under it before you head out.

[$ 239; gobiheat.com]

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Kanye West Shows Off New Hairstyle

Kanye West is putting his own spin on getting lined up … because he just debuted his new hairdo, and it’s pretty wild!!! Kanye showed off his new look Friday as he arrived at his office in Calabasas … and as you can see, he’s sporting…

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Arianny Celeste’s Valentine’s Lingerie Photos Will Engorge Your Heart

It’s now time to reevaluate who your Valentine is this year … because UFC star Arianny Celeste is doing a super hot lingerie shoot for Lovers Day … and she doesn’t know you exist. Celeste and her best pal Alejandra Boggiano dropped new smokin’…

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Viktor & Rolf’s Couture Show Goes Viral on Instagram

Viktor & Rolf’s Instagram-inspired couture collection is coming full circle: It’s gone viral.
Taking inspiration from Instagram caption one-liners, like “Sorry I’m late, I didn’t want to come” and “I’m not shy I just don’t like you,” the brand’s fanciful collection of tulle ballgowns at Wednesday’s spring 2019 couture show has been flooding Instagram feeds and has even inspired a number of memes.
Artist and meme account Saint Hoax joined in on the fun with a series of altered images from the Viktor & Rolf runway featuring celebrities and quotes they’re infamously known for, like Lady Gaga’s overused “100 people in the room” story from the “A Star Is Born” press tour and one of Kris Jenner’s most memorable quotes from “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.”
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Calling the collection of dresses “Fashion Statements,” the designers wanted to balance the overused sayings with over-the-top dresses that reference the ruffles and large silhouettes of period dress.
“It’s the kind of message you find on social media, with the same instant feeling,” Rolf Snoeren noted during a preview of the collection with WWD. “All these statements that are so obvious or easy — there’s a lot of banality on Instagram and social media in

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Isabel Marant Men’s Fall 2019

With only a few seasons under her belt, Isabel Marant has found her groove for designing her fledgling men’s wear line. The fall collection hit a new level of confidence, offering relaxed and stylish pieces that translated her codes into a youthful offer for men in the market for something out of the mainstream.  
“It’s mostly a story of a good cut, good fabrics, good colors — it’s not about dressing a man who’s super fashion-conscious, but rather to dress a man for everyday life, with a bit of style and a bit of attitude,” she said. 
The Eighties vibes prevalent in her women’s lines transferred over in the form of loose, windbreaker-style cuts with rounded shoulders — a house signature. Examples included a light pink sweatshirt with ivory patches, a thick brown leather bomber and a thin shiny silver jacket with khaki and copper panels that zips up the front. Further addressing the outerwear craze, she delivered trenches, an autumn-toned camouflage raincoat and a cosy reversible shearling coat.
Other highlights included a faded pink boiler suit and an added touch of humor on the back of a dark corduroy jean jacket: embroidered with a wolf face it reads “I howl my

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Chiara Ferragni to Join Experts on LVMH Prize Panel

PARIS — The LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers is ramping up its digital presence.
LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton has asked Chiara Ferragni, one of the world’s top influencers with 15.9 million followers on Instagram, to join the expert committee for the sixth edition of the award. Ferragni has close ties to LVMH-owned Dior, whose women’s wear designer Maria Grazia Chiuri made her wedding dress.
Ferragni joins Naomi Campbell and 14 other newcomers, drawn from the worlds of media and e-commerce, on the prize panel.
They include Rami Atallah, cofounder and chief executive officer of Ssense.com; Aizel Trudel, founder of Russian e-commerce site Aizel.ru; Aimee Song of fashion blog Song of Style; Kevin Ma, founder and ceo of Hypebeast; stylist Marie Chaix; documentary maker Loïc Prigent, and fashion journalist Angelo Flaccavento.
Also new are Edward Enninful, editor in chief of Vogue U.K.; Ezra Petronio, editor in chief of Self Service; Joerg Koch, founder and editor in chief of 032c; Ashley Heath, editorial director of Pop and Arena Homme +; Suzanne Koller, fashion director of M Le Monde, and System cofounders Elizabeth von Guttman and Alexia Niedzielski.
“We are thrilled to welcome this year both prominent personalities from traditional fashion media and professionals who have succeeded

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Only Opaques – Katie B In College Uniform

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Katie B looks amazing while posing in her college uniform with a blue top and dark blue skirt with navy pantyhose and white heels. She loves to tease the camera and flirt while she takes off her sweater and skirt to show off her perky natural tits and smoking hot body.

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Inside the Lab: Crown & Caliber, the Online Luxury Watch Shop

“I can remember the exact moment I decided to start the company.” Hamilton Powell is talking about the brand he founded, Crown & Caliber, a site built for luxury watch enthusiasts looking for a timepiece that gets inspected, maintained, and resold by a team of experts based in Atlanta.


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“One day I had lunch with a friend of mine named Jay who decided to sell his watch to a local jewelry store after unsuccessfully trying to sell it online,” he tells Men’s Journal. “And then two weeks later he went there to buy something for his wife and saw it for sale for almost double what he was offered.

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“And at that exact moment that’s when I realized that there should be a better way for individuals to transact in this secondary watch market.”

Go behind the scenes of Crown & Caliber’s operation, from seeing the watches get disassembled by the expert team of watchmakers to the pros who know exactly how a specific band needs polished—all before it’s completely ready to go online and shipped to your doorstep.

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EXCLUSIVE: Natacha Ramsay-Levi to Head Fashion Jury at Hyères Festival

PARIS – Natacha Ramsay-Levi, creative director of Chloé, is to preside over the fashion jury of the 34th edition of the International Festival of Fashion and Photography, set to take place from April 25 to 29, WWD has learned.
Jewelry designer Charlotte Chesnais will head the jury for the festival’s accessories prize, sponsored by Swarovski and now in its third year. Meanwhile, Craig McDean will take the lead for photography.
Ramsay-Levi said it would be her first time attending the festival, and she looked forward to establishing a dialogue with the candidates.
“I have no lessons to give. I believe that everyone has their own journey and there are many different ways to create fashion. All I can do is try to encourage the values I believe in, such as sincerity and hard work. In order to go the distance and say something meaningful, you need to work hard and be exacting,” she told WWD.
She picked her jury to represent all the facets of the business that a designer needs to deal with, from retailers and graphic designers to editors and brand ambassadors.
It includes Charlotte Casiraghi; Guillaume Houzé, director of image and patronage of Groupe Galeries Lafayette; Michael Amzalag and Mathias Augustyniak of graphic design

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Valentino Couture Spring 2019

It’s one of couture’s most iconic images — Cecil Beaton’s 1948 photo of a bevy of beautiful women done up for a grand event in lavish Charles James gowns. Today, the image screams period piece, and not just because the dresses, hair and makeup mark it as mid-century. So, too, does the casting: white women all.
On Tuesday afternoon, the picture was affixed to Pierpaolo Piccioli’s mood board in Valentino’s grand outpost on Place Vendôme. Beside it: another photo taken probably 12 or 15 years later, this one depicting several black women in less fancy festive mode. They’re dressed in neat skirts and tops, and the two most prominently featured are dancing together. “What if these women,” Piccioli pointed to the second photo, “were dressed like these (Beaton) women?”
Piccioli had asked himself that question while readying his spring couture collection. It led him to cast mostly black models, from unknowns to Liya Kebede and the eternal queen of the runway, Naomi Campbell. The soul-searching was less about putting a p.c. spin on this most exclusionary consumer product than about addressing an old issue with particular resonance now, at this time of cultural upheaval: Is couture modern or a silly, anachronistic frippery? “I don’t

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Salvatore Ferragamo Taps International Influencers for Digital Initiative

INSTA-CLICK: Salvatore Ferragamo is putting the focus on one of its key symbols, the Gancini double-hook fastening, celebrated by the brand’s women’s creative director Paul Andrew with a new overall pattern and a digital campaign, debuting on Thursday.
In particular, the Florentine fashion house tapped Bryanboy to direct a series of short movies, which explore with humor the joy and sorrow of the digital lives of several international influencers, including Bryanboy himself; Caro Daur; the duo behind Diet Prada Tony Liu and Lindsey Schuyler; Tamu McPherson; Pelayo Díaz; Aureta; Susie Bubble, and Carlo Sestini.
Lensed in different moments of their lives, all the protagonists sport ready-to-wear pieces and accessories showing the new Gancini pattern, first introduced with the resort 2019 collection.
“As a designer, I appreciate the innate elegance of the Gancini’s refined simplicity and the sensuality of its form. Another aspect is its duality: two clasps that connect and hold together,” said Andrew. “The beauty of the Gancini shape is something I’ve worked to emphasize and enrich through the creation of this new Salvatore Ferragamo Gancini monogram.”
The short movies will be available across all the Salvatore Ferragamo digital platforms.

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Only Opaques – Kayleigh P Bending Over Chair In Stockings

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Check out the amazing ass on Kayleigh P in today’s update from OnlyOpaques! She has already stripped out of her sexy secretary uniform and is down to nothing but her tiny thong and hold up stockings with heels. Her ass looks so tight I just want to spank it!

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Revamp Your Work Wardrobe at the Huge Perry Ellis Dress Shirt and Pant Event

When you get right down to it, the new year and its requisite resolutions essentially mean it’s high time for a fresh start. If you’re ready to update your work wardrobe, you can go somewhere and spend a ton of money on a new suit—or you can just click over to the Perry Ellis website and stock up your whole closet, where right now there’s a fantastic selection of dress shirts and pants for less than $ 30.

There are dozens of styles and colors to choose from. At this price and with this selection, you can quickly, easily—and inexpensively!— revamp your entire office wardrobe. From slim and modern cut dress pants to patterned, solid, and colorful dress shirts, there’s plenty of great finds to be had. And all are $ 29.99 through January 27.

Here are a few that are guaranteed to impress.

Very Slim Fit Plaid Dress Pant, Bay Blue

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The flat front slacks are made with performance stretch fabric that moves with you. With a modern high cuff and slim cut, we’d top off this subtle plaid with a dark sport coat—until spring anyway, when a polo or grey jacket would complete a casual, professional look.

[$ 30, was $ 85; perryellis.com]

Very Slim Fit Red Stripe Dress Shirt

 

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The detail of the pattern in this shirt comes out upon closer inspection. Great with a suit or even with jeans, it’s versatile and stylish.

[$ 30, was $ 80; perryellis.com]

 

Very Slim Fit Tech Dress Pant

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We dig the casual silhouette, and the pairing with white sneakers. Available in black, grey or navy, these pants would go great with a jacket and with some laid-back chukkas.

[$ 30, was $ 85; perryellis.com]

Slim Fit Dark Plaid Dress Shirt

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This button-down look great with these grey dress pants, but we’d try it with the casual Tech pants above, too.

[$ 30, was $ 80; perryellis.com]

Slim Fit Heathered Plaid Dress Pant

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These slacks look fantastic with dress shoes or boots, and with a tucked in dress shirt or a nice polo, perhaps.

[$ 30, was $ 198; perryellis.com]

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Antonio Brown Debuts Bleached Mustache Look

Antonio Brown … we mustache you a question — what’s up with the dental drapes, man?? The NFL superstar posted a selfie with his son, Auto, on Wednesday … showing off a bright, new multi-colored dread look … complete with a bleach blonde…

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Prabal Gurung Sponsors Fashion Sweepstakes for Show Tickets

For Prabal Gurung fans, the company is offering a fashion week sweepstakes for free tickets to the fall fashion show on Feb. 10 at Spring Studios. The show takes place at 7 p.m.
Every Prabal Gurung purchase made online (prabalgurung.com) and in-store (367 Bleecker Street in New York) enters the customer to win two free tickets to the show.
It’s the first time Gurung has made this offer. The sweepstakes began Jan. 22 and continues through Feb. 5. The winner will be contacted on Feb. 6.
Born in Singapore and raised in Kathmandu, Nepal, Gurung graduated from Parsons The New School for Design. After beginning at Cynthia Rowley and Bill Blass, Gurung launched his eponymous collection in February 2009 with a philosophy of encompassing modern luxury, style and glamour. His designs have been worn by Michelle Obama and the Duchess of Cambridge, among others.

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Ermanno Scervino Pre-Fall 2019

A versatile attitude sits at the core of this collection, where different influences converged into a rich lineup, rooted in the brand’s feminine interpretation of the classic sartorial elegance. While David Bowie-inspired suits showed fitted, narrow silhouettes, lace plissé miniskirts with asymmetric details were matched with hyper soft leather shirts. Echoing Jean-Michel Basquiat graffiti art, multicolored graphics appeared as intarsias on both the cozy sweaters worked in pop tones and the tailored coats showing traditional suiting patterns. A military touch was introduced via an arty take on the camouflage print, which peppered refined minidresses and mannish cargo pants.

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Nicole McLaughlin Talks Sustainable Design, Life on Adidas’ Farm and the Permanence of Books

MISTAKEN IDENTITY: Three years into her consultancy with Reebok as a full-time graphic designer, Nicole McLaughlin personifies the Millennial spirit that sustainability doesn’t have to be boring.
Off the clock, the New Jersey creative repurposes vintage store and eBay finds into one-of-a-kind creations. The slides she made from a magenta JanSport backpack racked up nearly 22,000 likes a few weeks ago. And more recently a pair of pants salvaged from two Columbia Sportswear ski jackets were another winner with her followers. “I have two jobs and to be honest they influence each other,” McLaughlin said Tuesday.
Edging more toward concept designer status, she sees her role in both capacities as “how to reimagine something that exists.” The end result can be mules made from Wilson tennis balls, or an umbrella repurposed with The North Face puffer jackets. Nearing the end of a London-Paris-Amsterdam trip with Reebok, McLaughlin said she steers clear of reimagining products from Reebok competitors like Nike or Under Armour.
In New York at the end of last year for a three-month rotation at “The Farm,” the creative hub in Greenpoint run by Adidas, she worked with seven to 12 apparel, footwear, color and material designers from its Herzogenaurach, Germany, and

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Only Opaques – Amy Allen Nude Outdoors

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In this new video update from OnlyOpaques, cute blonde babe Amy Allen decides to be a naughty little girl and strip out of her shorts and top and down to nothing but her opaque pantyhose. The video shows juts how playful this girl next door can be!

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Men’s Journal Exclusive Offer: 25 Percent Off at Taylor Stitch

We’re always excited to feature a company that takes responsibility for its products, cares about its employees, and conscious of its footprint on our planet.

And right now one of those companies, Taylor Stitch, is offering an exclusive discount to Men’s Journal readers. For a company that doesn’t often have sales, this is indeed a Very Big Deal.


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Right now Men’s Journal readers can take 25 percent off select items at Taylor Stitch simply by checking out with the code TS25FORYOU. Refresh your winter wardrobe, get ready for spring, grab that jacket you’ve always had your eye on—however you want to justify it, you’ve got to get to Taylor Stitch right now and support a company that supports you. And the planet.

Here’s what’s available at this exclusive sale at Taylor Stitch.

The Montara Jacket in Vintage Blue

Originally from the 30s, the timeless silhouette of the Harrington jacket was revived as the weather barrier of choice for the counterculture trendsetters of the 60s, 70s, 80s and worn by dissidents from James Dean to the Clash. 

[$ 139, normally $ 178; taylorstitch.com   

 

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The Leeward Shirt in Navy Tartan

This wool-dominant blend is not only incredibly warm and insulating but it’s also lightly brushed, giving it a soft, pleasantly textured finish. Add to that a striking navy tartan, and you have a shirt that looks great from afar and even better up close.

[$ 149, normally $ 188; taylorstitch.com  

 

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The Coit Jacket in Blackwatch Wool

Blackwatch wool is a classic Scottish tartan, and the 80/20 wool/poly blend in the Coit will be sure to combat blustery climates from Northern California to Northern Maine. Weighing in at a burly 13-oz., it’s guaranteed to warm chilly nights in the colder seasons. You’re looking at a shirt jacket that’s staring at a solid twenty years of use.

[$ 189, normally $ 238; taylorstitch.com  

 

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The Après Hoodie in Olive Stripe Hemp Fleece

Hemp adds strength and abrasion resistance while also creating an unbelievable character of the finished garment. Pesticide-free by its very nature (it’s a weed), blending hemp with organic cotton forms a fabric free from chemicals harmful to our environment.

[$ 99, normally $ 188; taylorstitch.com]    

 

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The Yosemite Shirt in Camo

Built with 100 percent organic cotton flannel chamois, this heavy-duty perfectly brushed flannel never pills and just gets better with age. Good luck wearing through the elbows of this. The perfect outdoor men’s shirt? Maybe.

[$ 109, normally $ 125; taylorstitch.com]    

 

 

 

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The Truckee Jacket in Moss

Whether you’re using it as a camping pillow, throwing it over the shoulders of a loved one while huddled around the fire, or slipping it on after a day of shredding double blacks, the Truckee is bound to be your year-round go-to.

[$ 159, normally $ 198; taylorstitch.com]    

 

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The Winslow Parka in Navy

A custom natural un-dyed wool blanket lining under a naturally beeswaxed canvas—Halley Stevensons has been waxing fabrics since 1864—this weatherproof winter jacket will take you right through winter and on to summer. 

[$ 239, normally $ 298; taylorstitch.com]     

 

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The Primrose Jacket in Charcoal

Fusing technical details with an elegant urban aesthetic, this jacket is fully waterproof. The sleek trench silhouette guarantees that what’s underneath stays dry, whether it’s a sports coat or your faithful crewneck. And the cotton collar and front welt pockets give it a style that suits most any outfit.

[$ 259, normally $ 328; taylorstitch.com]    

 

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Bebe Rexha Has a Willing Grammys’ Dress Designer in Michael Costello

[[tmz:video id=”1_cpid34m0″]] Bebe Rexha needs to hit up an old friend, fashion designer Michael Costello, because he tells us he’s got the perfect look to show off her sexy curves at the Grammys … size 2 dresses be damned!!! We got Michael, who…

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Felicity Jones Talks Flying High at Dior’s Circus

ROLL UP, ROLL UP: One of the guests at the circus tent setting for the Christian Dior show Monday afternoon felt right at home. “Rogue One” actress Felicity Jones had just a week ago wrapped filming “The Aeronauts,” in which she plays a circus performer and hot air balloon pilot.
“It’s a real magical adventure story, so this is totally fitting,” she said. Even the acrobatics seen during the show were nothing to scare the rising performer — the role saw her shooting in a hot air balloon.
“It’s pretty amazing, actually, because you go up so gently it’s not quite as scary as you think it’s going to be because it’s a slow incline, but then suddenly you’re 2,000 feet up looking out of the balloon and thinking, ‘Wow, it is actually quite high up here.’”
Maria Grazia Chiuri had called on acrobatic troupe Mimbre to perform as part of the circus-inspired show, framing the models as they walked the runway. “She wanted Mimbre to come with a team of all-female acrobats,” Lina Johansson, artistic director and cofounder of the London-based company, who began work choreographing the project with 18 performers in November, explained backstage before the show.
“Maria Grazia is so inspiring

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Miu Miu Pre-Fall 2019

Well into its third month of openings that just meandered through the men’s fall 2019 season and into this week’s premier event — couture — pre-fall now strikes as mostly ho-hum and beside the point.
So it’s nice to be reminded that even at the tail end of a way too long, largely forgettable stretch, good clothes will always resonate. Miuccia Prada is just the person to send that message, and did so with her delightful Miu Miu collection.
Imagine the young Diana Spencer gone a little bit punk. No real subversion, mind you, just a good girl’s aspirational take on disaffected attitude. Read: ruffled shirts and collars mixed with loose-knit, undone sweaters and baggy pants, tapered towards the ankle. Add in pretend heraldic crests, classic Miu Miu sparkle in sequins and gold leather, and some Tyrolean action — pretty flowers, sturdy fabrics, external corsetry — and you’ve got the makings of a charming collection interesting enough to put an upbeat punctuation mark on pre-fall.
Now enough already. Real fall is but a fortnight away.

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Kering Named Second Most Sustainable Global Corporation

GREEN GIANT: Kering has been ranked as the second most sustainable company in the world across all industries in Corporate Knights Global 100 Index unveiled at the World Economic Forum in Davos today, rocketing up from 47th place just a year ago.
The luxury goods firm, owner of brands including Gucci, Alexander McQueen and Balenciaga, was the leader in the ranking in the luxury, apparel and accessories category for the second year in a row.
“This reflects our dedication and perseverance to embed sustainability best practices across our business activities and it also acts as a ‘proof of concept’ that a business can achieve financial success while delivering positive social and environmental outcomes,” stated Marie-Claire Daveu, Kering’s chief sustainability officer and head of international institutional affairs.
Kering has made corporate social responsibility (CSR) a pillar of its strategy in recent years, and is notably aiming to reduce its environmental footprint by 40 percent between 2017 and 2025, as reported.
The annual Corporate Knights index is recognized as a benchmark for corporate sustainability, measuring 7,500 companies with sales of more than $ 1 billion on 21 key performance indicators related to CSR.

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Only Opaques – Natalia In Patterned Pantyhose

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This new update from OnlyOpaques is just HOT! Natalia is showing off her damn near perfect ass in some skin tight patterend pantyhose as she bends over of the couch to tease the camera!

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Vacation Style: What to Pack for a Beach Getaway

In the winter, nothing’s better than trading whipping winds and face-numbing temps with a warm, tropical breeze.

 

 

And while it’s easier to pack for a beach getaway than, say a cabin retreat, it never hurts to buy some smart new warm-weather travel pieces. Here are our favorites for your next trip.


All the Cool, Casual Style Essentials You Need for City Living

Rag & Bone Dagger Sweatshirt

[$ 225; rag-bone.com]

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Nero Linen Shirt

[$ 230; frescobolcarioca.com]

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Ipanema Sports Swim Short

[$ 220; frescobolcarioca.com]

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Trancoso Beach Bat Set

[$ 245; frescobolcarioca.com]

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Linen Beach Towel

 [$ 160; frescobolcarioca.com]

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Hill City Everyday Pant in Slim Fit

[$ 128;  hillcity.com]

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Versace Sunglasses

[$ 295; versace.com]

Versace Grey V-Vintage Pilot Sunglasses
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Michael Kors Odin Quilted Neoprene Convertible Duffel

[$ 398; michaelkors.com]

Michael Kors Odin Quilted Neoprene Convertible Duffel
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Louis Vuitton Now Yours Sneakers

[$ 1,330; us.louisvuitton.com]

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Ulysse Nardin Marine Torpilleur Military Watch

[$ 7,900; ulysse-nardin.com]

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Tiffany Haddish Crashes Adrien Broner’s Post-Fight Presser, Hilarity Ensues

Tiffany Haddish gave Adrien Broner’s swollen face something to grin about after loss to Manny Pacquaio … bum-rushing his post-fight press conference and doing her best to lighten the mood. Broner took to the podium to explain once again how he didn’t…

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Browns Hosts Dinner to Mark Fantastic Man’s Book About Men’s Dressing

LIGHT FANTASTIC: What’s the opposite of hi-tech? The new book by Fantastic Man magazine, “What Men Wear and Why.” A soft cover printed on recycled paper, it includes lots of charming interviews with men about how they dress themselves every day. The interviews are long — no social media-sized commentary here — and, crucially, there are no illustrations or images. Readers — refreshingly — are forced to use their mind’s eye.
Browns hosted a cocktail and dinner on Saturday night during Paris Men’s Fashion Week to mark the book’s publication, and its collaboration with Fantastic Man. The retailer has given over the windows of its store on South Molton Street to different quotes and themes from the book. The event took place at Brasserie Vaudeville, across from the Bourse, with guests including Stefano Pilati, Martine Rose, Liam Hodges, Raf Simons, Benjamin Alexander Huseby, Serhat Isik, Lucie and Luke Meier, Charles Jeffrey and Lou Dalton.

The scene at the dinner 
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Pilati was looking natty in a white, illustrated Comme des Garcons shirt and a jacket of his own design, part of his newest clothing drop, set for Feb. 7. He said there’s a lot more tailoring in the upcoming delivery, and smiled as

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Myar Men’s Fall 2019

Andrea Rosso focused on repurposing the internal lining of military jackets this season, upcycling it into other forms. “We call this collection ‘Re_enforce’ because we give strength to something that did not exist before,” he said, citing as an example parka liners that became bombers.
“Every product is unique because it’s vintage,” continued Rosso, who chooses deadstock with which to work from warehouses. “We love to unstitch, restitch and to give another view of the garments.”
He sliced Belgian camouflage jackets in two, turning one part inside out before reconstructing the halves together and adding pockets for symmetry. Sweatshirts were reconstituted, too.
U.S. Air Force sweatpants were given the Myar logo on one side, with some dyed in pink, orange or light blue. Swiss military camouflage was dyed light blue, and on the jacket’s back a swatch of the original material was sewn on.
“This is somehow maintaining the past, but with a modern view of it,” Rosso said. He reworked numerous types of uniform pieces, such overpants, with pockets and reflective touches, to become urban trousers.
For the first season, Myar created various sized bags from scrap materials. “We tend to give a second life to everything that we can,” Rosso said.
And for the third year,

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Lanvin Appoints Bruno Sialelli Artistic Director

PARIS — Lanvin has appointed Bruno Sialelli artistic director, signaling new direction for the historic French house.
The news confirms a report in WWD in October that Sialelli was in talks with Lanvin.
“His singular and very personal vision, his audacity, his culture, his energy and ability to build a strong creative team definitely convinced us,” said Lanvin chief executive officer Jean-Philippe Hecquet.
The Fosun Fashion Group-owned label cited the designer’s “youthful translation” of its storied heritage along with his ability to navigate between men’s and women’s wear among reasons for settling on the designer in a process that involved an “incredible array” of candidates for the position.
The former Loewe men’s wear designer worked under the direction of J.W. Anderson. He has also worked at Balenciaga, with Nicolas Ghesquière and Alexander Wang, as well as Acne Studios, where he was the senior designer for women’s wear, and Paco Rabanne.
“His proven ability to seamlessly transition between men’s wear and women’s wear will stand Lanvin in great stead as luxury fashion increasingly blurs the boundaries between the sexes,” the company said in a press release.
As WWD reported in October, Lanvin was in talks with the designer for the job after recruiting Hecquet, an industry veteran who

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Only Opaques – Rosie W The Sexy Referee

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Wow! Check out this HOT new update from Rosie W at OnlyOpaques! This sexy blonde is posing as a sexy referee making sure no one breaks any rules. Her tiny micro skirt has her tight ass completely hanging out for us to see! She even has opaque black stockings and a cute bra underneath.

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Danielle Bregoli’s Makeup Endorsement Deal Already Bringing in Huge Sales

Danielle Bregoli appears on the fast track for getting her own line of makeup and beauty products … because we’ve learned her new endorsement deal she has with CopyCat Beauty is already generating tons of sales!!! CopyCat Beauty tells TMZ…

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Tavares Strachan Brings Space Bombers to Paris With CIFF

SPACE MAN: Tavares Strachan is getting into fashion. The Bahamian artist has created a capsule collection and installation of six bomber jackets showing in Paris.
“I never thought I’d be producing something that people would wear,” said Strachan at a preview of the installation at the Crillon. “I don’t see this as fashion to me, this is sculpture.”
Branded under the name B.A.S.E.C., for the Bahamian Aerospace and Sea Exploration Center Strachan created after undertaking cosmonaut training a few years ago, the project is staged by edgy trade fair CIFF under the tagline “The Northwind Trilogy.”
Curated by Neville Wakefield, the three-part project was unveiled at Art Basel Miami in December before hitting Paris and will head to CIFF in Copenhagen at the end of the month.
The jackets were created in collaboration with the artist’s mother, and have a social as well as commercial ambition. Crafted by local women, money raised from their sale will be used to fund training initiatives for women in the island nation and inject resources into boosting local production.
Fewer than 600 jackets will be produced in total, and they will be offered to select retailers worldwide that can support the installation concept. They will sell for around $ 2,000

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Pringle of Scotland Men’s Fall 2019

Pringle’s in-house design team looked to the windswept landscape of the Outer Hebrides, off the coast of Scotland, to Harris Tweed and to the textile designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, in particular his argyles, for this handsome collection of knits and outerwear.
Mackintosh’s lean, graphic argyle shapes came in many forms: They were hand-knitted into chunky sweaters, or magnified and aligned in neat rows on twin sets with V-neck cardigans. Some designs were even printed onto long-sleeve T-shirts with a blurry batik effect. The color palette included rust, berry, blue and multiple shades of gray.
The brand is also adopting more sustainable practices, and has introduced a line of recycled cashmere and wool sweaters under the label Conscious Craftsmanship. The sweaters are 95 percent cashmere, made from old garments that have been pulled apart and re-spun with wool. They came loose and languid as cable-knits, or in color blocks, and the feel was virtually indistinguishable from pure cashmere.
Pringle did some outerwear, too, working up a short jacket in gray Harris Tweed and a matching houndstooth wool coat, with a built-in quilted gilet.

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Tommy Fazio Joining Maris Collective

Tommy Fazio has another gig.

On Monday, Maris Collective, a company that brings high-end retail to resorts around the world, will bring the former fashion director on board as executive director of brand management.
He will be responsible for overseeing, monitoring and ensuring the success of all existing vendor shops-in-shop as well as identifying and evaluating all new vendor shop opportunities, the company said.
Fazio will also be responsible for all the aspects of Maris Collective’s Four Seasons logo and fashion brands. and will partner with the buying department to develop and implement strong buying and merchandising strategies.
Fazio left UBM Fashion last year where he had served as fashion director of the men’s shows, including Project. During his career, Fazio has also worked at Nordstrom, Simon Spurr, Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus.
Most recently, he had served as a consultant to Liberty Fairs.
Maris Collective was created in 2008 by LeeAnn Sauter and Eric Lopez and now operates more than 58 stores globally.

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Only Opaques – Ivy In Denim Miniskirt And Pantyhose

Only Opaques - Ivy In Denim Miniskirt And Pantyhose

Brunette vixen Ivy looks stunning in a very tight black top with a denim miniskirt and pantyhose. She looks amazing bending over on the couch showing her panties up her skirt. Her teal bra can barely hold in her big natural tits!

Ivy is a newcomer on OnlyOpaques and this is her very first set. She will surely become one of the hottest models on the site! She has two more photoshoots already scheduled to be added to the site including sets with her in a sexy secretary uniform as well as a naughty schoolgirl uniform!

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Moj Mahdara Partner on Beauty Competition

Modelpreneur Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Beautycon Media chief executive officer Moj Mahdara have their sights set on creating their own beauty competition-style TV show. “We’re working on it,” said Mahdara on Thursday night in Los Angeles, where she and Huntington-Whiteley hosted an influencer-packed dinner to celebrate the winner of their “Next Beauty Star” social media contest.
“We were introduced through a mutual friend, actually our facialist Shani Darden, and I felt like I’d known Moj for 100 years,” explained Huntington-Whiteley, who in May launched her Rose Inc. lifestyle platform which highlights new products and personalities in the beauty space. “We talked about how we could bring the brands together and feeling like we wanted to create a mentorship program to find the next rising star in the industry.”
They set five weekly challenges for their followers (create a blue smoky eye, glowing makeup, a sun-kissed look using pastel products), reviewed submissions sent via social media channels, and picked the winner, Cameron Day, who they will be sending to beauty school in L.A. “We loved Cameron and she had a really great story, coming to beauty later in life and moving to L.A. from Detroit to start her career. Hopefully she’ll be doing my makeup soon,”

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Cerruti 1881 Men’s Fall 2019

Jason Basmajian stuck to urban territory for fall, familiar landscape for the label as he continues to fashion it as a modern and upscale option. He uses the term “elevated sportswear.”
“The cross-pollination between sportswear and tailoring has always been a very natural DNA to the house — I think we keep refining and detailing it down,” he said, speaking backstage before the show.
Down the runway, he sent a handsome, belted suit jacket in pinstripes, fetched from the archives and refined for a contemporary audience. In a sign he’s reaching to meet a lasting fixation with outerwear, the options multiplied as the show advanced: trenches, an exquisitely tailored windbreaker, a structured puffer coat for women and the finest leather jackets — one eye-catching bomber had a gathered leather waist and panels of silky fabric. Accessories held their ground, expanding even, to include a tablet case and a camera bag.
“It’s quite deceptively simple in a lot of ways,” Basmajian said, noting the workmanship and choice of fabrics behind the lineup, which in addition to the puffer offered more pieces for women.
Sabina Sciubba of the electronic dance group Brazilian Girls animated the show with a performance, singing in three languages.
New management led by

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Kate Moss, Lily Allen Attend Dior Men Show

LOCATION LOCATION: Lily Allen was in mock casting-agent mode arriving at the Dior Men show on Friday, with her tell-all, best-selling memoir, “My Thoughts Exactly,” set to be made into a film or TV series.
Sporting a silver leopard-print anorak accessorized with a diamond cannabis-shaped necklace she picked up at Icebox in Atlanta, Allen, who is also working on a second book, her fifth album and two musicals, had inadvertently matched her black lipstick to the color of the venue, a sprawling ephemeral structure set on the Champ-de-Mars opposite the École Militaire, with the Eiffel Tower looming in the near distance.
When asked who should play her, the singer, who said the format for the adaptation has not yet been decided, shrugged, surveyed the space, and jokingly pointed to the nearest fellow front-rower: Christina Ricci.
An unassuming Ricci, a friend of Dior Men creative director Kim Jones who had flown from Los Angeles to support his sophomore outing for the house, was taking in the space. “It’s very impressive to see this big Brutalist tent set against the beauty and elegance of Paris,” she said.
Other high-profile guests attending the event included Kate Moss, joined by her beau Count Nikolai von Bismarck; Robert Pattinson and Naomi Campbell.
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Only Opaqes – Monika In Black Stockings On Video

Only Opaqes - Monika In Black Stockings On Video

Monika is teasing like no other in today’s video update from OnlyOpaques! This sexy brunette starts the video shoot in a long black evening dress and quickly decides it’s time to get naughty and perform a slow and seductive striptease for the camera! She makes it even more erotic as she starts to pull town her tight panties leaving her in nothing but her black stockings!

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Rihanna’s Shades Rub Lawsuit in Her Father’s Face, Fenty is Hers

Rihanna’s rubbing it in her father’s face — she’s the only one who’s gonna cash in on the family name … it’s as plain as the designer shades on her face. Late Tuesday night she was strolling out of her dentist’s office rocking a pair of Fenty shades…

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Balmain Marches Toward Democratization With New App

PARIS — Balmain is continuing to ramp up its digital credentials with the launch of an app that will allow consumers access to insider content from the house. The app, available on iTunes from today, is part of creative director Olivier Rousteing’s drive to democratize access to high fashion and make it more inclusive.
“For too many years, the legendary ateliers, boutiques and runways of Paris have only been open to a very lucky select few,” stated Rousteing. “We’d like to try to begin to change that, by inviting as many members of our Balmain Army as possible into our Balmain universe.”
The app features augmented reality content that can be accessed, for example, by scanning posters that have been fly-posted around Paris since last night. The label’s men’s show this evening will be uploaded online from Saturday, while its couture show on Jan. 23 — its first in 16 years — will be live-streamed through the app. A further option will offer an immersive tour of Balmain’s Saint Honoré flagship, due to open mid-February, and new content will be added regularly.
“We always said that Balmain will define a new communication strategy based on entertainment, based on inclusivity, based on authenticity, but

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Sean Suen Men’s Fall 2019

Sean Suen had a powerful storyline for fall, but the clothes also stood strong on their own.
He named the collection Ghost Town, after his childhood home of Fengdu in China, now covered by the waters of the Three Gorges Dam. The town still exists in his mind, which he continues to explore as a memory. To symbolize its gradual disappearance, Suen offered fraying edges and a fading gray color scheme on a simple, felted trouser and sweater set. For the move to higher ground, the model was equipped with an oversize, chunky knit bag in a silvery gray, slung over one shoulder, stretching down to skim the ankle.
In contrast was knitwear from childhood photographs, wavy stripes drawn on a collared sweater, in a hot-cold color palette of orange, mustard, gray and black.
Suen operates in elegant territory as reflected in this lineup, which proves especially relevant as men’s fashion edges upward. Sleek suits carried an element of deconstruction, a house signature, with a broad panel that cut across the chest diagonally, like a stiff blanket skewed to the side, but carrying certain elements of the jacket, like a breast pocket. One panel in black, quilted velvet jutted out further than usual,

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Parsons Paris Forms Advisory Board to Support Ambitious Growth Plan

Parsons Paris, the European campus of The New School’s  Parsons School of Design, said Friday that it has formed an advisory board to provide guidance to university leadership on strategy and growth opportunities, help shape innovative programming and enhance the school’s reputation throughout the world.
Peter Price, chairman and chief executive officer of Premiere Previews and a former trustee of The New School, will chair the advisory board.
Parsons Paris was established in 1921 as the first American art and design school in the French capital. The school offers programs and courses that build on the fashion, design, art, media and technology, and strategic design and management curriculum of Parsons School of Design in New York.
The advisory board will hold its inaugural meeting on May 15 to coincide with the school’s annual year-end fashion show.
“As The New School celebrates its centennial this year, and Parsons Paris looks ahead to its centenary in 2021, the advisory board will play an integral role in supporting an ambitious growth plan in Paris and our mission to provide a world-class education experience for outstanding artists, designers and scholars,” said Tim Marshall, provost of The New School.
Florence Leclerc-Dickler, dean of Parsons Paris, added, “The advisory board will

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Only Opaques – Nicole In Pigtails And Pink Pantyhose

Only Opaques - Nicole In Pigtails And Pink Pantyhose

Nicole is looking super cute while posing in pigtails and a schoolgirl uniform that includes a short plaid skirt and sexy bright pink pantyhose. This new set, which was just added to OnlyOpaques earlier today, is this gorgeous gals 17th photoset on the website with her posing in everything from secretary outfits with stockings to halloween costumes and panties.

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All the Cool, Casual Style Essentials You Need for City Living

There’s not much that’s better than getting away for a long weekend. The escape from the daily grind, and the usual haunts, is a win-win—as long as you pack correctly. That means nabbing the stylish clothing and accessories that feel laidback but show you’re put together.

 

 

From the perfect bag to the essentials for lounging and touring, the blueprint below will help you get out of town with a mix of useful fashions and a few splurges that are definitely worth it for an urban getaway (or everyday life in whatever city you call home). Shop our 13 favorite pieces (while you still can).


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The Frye Company Dylan Suede Bomber

[$ 748; thefryecompany.com]

The Frye Company Dylan Suede Bomber
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The Frye Company Scout Boot

[$ 278; nordstrom.com]

Frye Scout Boot
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The Frye Company Logan Overnight Bag

[$ 598; zappos.com]

The Frye Company Logan Overnight Bag
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Michael Kors Parker Slim-Fit Selvedge Jeans

[$ 178; michaelkors.com]

Parker Slim-Fit Selvedge Jeans, Michael Kors
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Michael Kors Leather Belt

[$ 78; michaelkors.com]

Leather Belt, Michael Kors
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Tommy Hilfiger Leather Gloves 

[$ 89; usatommy.com]

Tommy Hilfiger Leather Gloves
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Buffalo Check Wool Shirt

[$ 40; backcountry.com]

Woolrich Buffalo Check Wool Shirt
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Dolce & Gabbana “DG Secret” Sunglasses 

[$ 420; dolcegabbana.com]

Dolce & Gabbana Dg Secret sunglasses
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Hill City Merino Cashmere Beanie

[$ 48; hillcity.com]

Hill City Merino Cashmere Beanie
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John Varvatos Texture Stitch Henley

[$ 298; johnvarvatos.com]

John Varvatos Texture Stitch Henley
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Want to polish up your look for a night out? Try these staples:

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Rag & Bone x Agata Osti Reversible Thermal Liner

[$ 995; rag-bone.com]

Reversible Thermal Liner
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Tommy Hilfiger City Weekender Bag

[$ 179; usa.tommy.com]

Tommy Hilfiger City Weekender Bag
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Thursday Boot Co. Captain

[$ 199; amazon.com]

Thursday Boot Co. Captain
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Cardi B Gives Her Vagina a Breath of Fresh Air After ‘P***y Wedgies’

[[tmz:video id=”1_s9bznljg”]] She may not have meant to do it, but Cardi B just came up with the title of her next hit track … “P***Y BREATHIN’!” The rapper was riding in a car in an all-denim outfit late Tuesday night when she became, uh,…

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Making the Fashion System Traceable, Transparent Focus of UNECE Forum

Full transparency might still be a pipe dream for politics, but the fashion industry is edging closer to that realization.
Next month several hundred leaders — from government, NGOs, designer houses, fast-fashion labels and other sectors — will converge in Paris for a two-day forum hosted by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe. “Measuring Impact” will be the theme of the event on Due Diligence in the Garment and Footwear Sector at the OECD in Paris. After an exploratory meeting last year that attracted nearly 500, the upcoming forum aims to answer such questions as, “Where are my clothes coming from?” and “How are they done?” according to UNECE’s acting head of Sustainable Trade and Outreach Unit Maria Teresa Pisani. “The objective of the project is to have consumers, as well as manufacturers, brands and others answer the question, ‘Where is this coming from? How is this made?’”
Adopted in 2017, the OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains in the Garment and Footwear Sector is designed to help companies meet the due diligence expectations laid out in the group’s Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises. Developed through a multi-stakeholder process, the Guidance was approved by all governments adhering to the OECD

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M.X. Maxime Simoëns Men’s Fall 2019

Maxime Simoëns went out on the town for fall. With his New York cityscape-inspired “Night Dream” collection, he combined his sporty staples like sweatshirts and tailored trackpants in a dark register with more structured pieces like a boxy velvet suit in burgundy intended to channel a Nineties’ Wall Street vibe, continuing with his own twist on Americana he introduced for spring, but dressing it up a little.
Intarsia bomber jackets were adorned with skyscraper motifs or the blurred flecks of headlights moving in the distance, a concept also worked as a giant dot print on several looks. Hidden among the statement pieces, there were some great cozy wool parkas, chunky knits and smart yet comfy looking pants that offered a more casual take on the theme.

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EXCLUSIVE: Rihanna Said Readying Luxury House With LVMH

PARIS — Rihanna is getting ready for her next act in fashion, and with the world’s largest luxury group as her partner, WWD has learned.
According to multiple sources, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton and the music sensation have been in secret discussions to launch a luxury house under her name. That would make it the first fashion brand industry titan Bernard Arnault has launched from scratch since Christian Lacroix in 1987.
LVMH has already handpicked a clutch of employees from within, including some from Louis Vuitton and Celine, to work on the project in tandem with Rihanna and some of her key associates, sources said.
Details about the launch and its timing could not immediately be learned. LVMH officials declined comment Wednesday.
On Tuesday, the Internet lit up with speculation about the origins of the bold, gold shades Rihanna wore while stepping out in Manhattan — her Fenty brand name spelled out across the temples. Sources said the music star was simply test-driving a prototype, while dropping a colossal tease about her next major foray beyond music.

Rihanna has demonstrated a serious interest in, and influence on, fashion — along with formidable design chops and acute instincts — with her recent tenure as the

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Only Opaques – Jana B In Black Holdup Stockings

Only Opaques - Jana B In Black Holdup Stockings

In today’s update at OnlyOpaques, naughty vixen Jana B is posing in a black bra and panties with black hold up stockings. It doesn’t take this bad girl long to start shedding clothes to show off her perky tits, tight ass and sweet pussy!

The 120 images in this set are some of the hottest you will ever see! Jana B has 25 sets on the site all of which have her posing in pantyhose, stockings, socks, lingerie and much more while showing off all her goodies!

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Look Sharp on Any Winter Cabin Retreat With These Style Essentials

In the winter, nothing’s better than getting away for a long weekend in the great outdoors. The escape from the daily grind, and the usual haunts, is a win-win—as long as you pack correctly. With some ruggedly handsome style essentials, you can layer like a pro for maximum warmth (and minimum bulk).

 

 

Whether you’re heading to a major ski resort or really going off the grid to a backcountry cabin, we’ve identified the style essentials you need for your great escape.

Woolrich South Bay Parka-John Rich & Bros.

[$ 990; woolrich.com]

Woolrich South Bay Parka-John Rich & Bros.
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Berluti Lamb Leather Gloves

[$ 780; berluti.com]

Berluti Lamb Leather Gloves
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Tom Ford Soft Suede Holdall

[$ 3,950; tomford.com]

Tom Ford Soft Suede Holdall
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Louis Vuitton Gaspar Wallet

[$ 515; us.louisvuitton.com]

Louis Vuitton Gaspar Wallet
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John Varvatos Cotton Hemp Chunky Cardigan (Star USA Cardigan from in-book Win the Weekend feature unavailable)

[$ 598; johnvarvatos.com]

John Varvatos Cotton Hemp Chunky Cardigan
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John Varvatos Star U.S.A. Wight Slim-Fit Patch Jeans

[$ 248; lordandtaylor.com]

John Varvatos Star U.S.A. Wight Slim-Fit Patch Jeans
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John Varvatos Silk Cashmere Crew 

[$ 398; johnvarvatos.com]

Silk Cashmere Crew sweater by John Varvatos
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The Frye Company Gordon Lace Up Boots

[$ 258; thefryecompany.com]

Gordon Lace Up Boots
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Gucci G-Timeless Watch, 38mm

[$ 1,020; gucci.com]

Gucci G-Timeless Watch, 38mm
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Armani Exchange Sunglasses

[$ 75; sunglasshut.com]

Armani Exchange Sunglasses
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