Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, is a global style icon and is known for her elegant and extremely graceful sense of style. Her polished take on clothes and fashion has led her to be under the fashion spotlight ever since she took upon her title. Kate Middleton celebrated her 38th birthday very recently and we couldn’t help but pay a tribute to her evergreen, timeless looks. Her style secret, if you ask us, is surely the utmost versatility with which she wears her coats. You will see her in so many different looks and the only common factor would be her love for elegant outerwear. Halfway into the season, there nothing more refreshing as new fashion. Here are our top 5 ways to wear coats like Kate Middleton.
Iris Van Herpen is one of the most talented couture designers that we have in the modern day and age. The Dutch designer showcased her SS’20 Couture Collection in Paris very recently. The collection was inspired by the marine ecosystem and life. “Sensory Seas” was a blend of biology and fashion in the most beautiful way. Herpen took assistance from the Spanish Neuro-anatomist Ramon y Cajal to get into the depths of the human central nervous system and reflect the fibrous marine life of the ocean.
Gucci’s very recent Menswear Collection was showcased in Milan. The show was one of Alessandro Michele’s most brilliant works. It isn’t new for Gucci to be breaking gender norms through fashion, however, this particular collection made sure that patriarchy is shattered through to its core. All the fluid silhouettes and cropped vests got us all thinking-why are we still having different collection for menswear and women’s wear?
Another red carpet event was hosted by Hollywood. Being the fashion nerds that we are, we couldn’t help but stalk all the looks from the show. On one hand some celebrities shocked us with yet another brilliant look and on the other hand we had some celebs that were a big disappointment. As much as we love their onscreen talent, we hate their off screen stylists for putting these outfits together. Never mind the criticism; we are truly here to only celebrate the good. Here are our top 5 looks from the Critics’ Choice Awards, 2020.
For the pre-fall 2020 collection of their brand, Chanel under the direction of Virginie Viard, decided to come back to Paris. The Metiers d’Art for 2020 was showcased at the Grand Palais. The handiwork of the house’s atelier was displayed with utmost perfection and elegance. The show was Virginie Viard’s first ever Metiers d’Art, after the legendary Karl Lagerfeld’s death in February. There is a lot riding on her shoulders, but so far her leadership has made no positive change in terms of the brand. Her designs though, were extremely Chanel like. Take a look!
Having a personal style in the trendy world of today is not as easy as it sounds. More often than not we find ourselves all confused with the thousands of options in the market. Instead of blindly buying expensive pieces or products, we should have it clear in our minds as to what we use and do not use and what you want to be a durable piece. It is also a very personal choice to make. However, we are here to suggest some of our wardrobe essentials that combine all the factors and give you enough reason to splurge on them!
The fashion of the entertainment industry plays a huge role in influencing the street style and global fashion in general. When it comes to Hollywood, the industry has created some of the most iconic looks and trends that till date influence the fashion industry. Whether it is Gossip Girl or Sex and The City, here are the most iconic TV shows of all time that still crown the title of being the most stylish ever.
The newest trend of the time in the fashion industry, hands down is the collaboration between luxury designers and fast fashion brands. One such recent collaboration is the Giambattista Valli X HnM. The bright colours and the fun frills must have surely already caught your eye. Inspired by his own latest collection, the collaboration features very youthful, exciting and refreshing designs. These designs are very couture like for a regular fashion brand, which is why they are so out of the ordinary. The whole point of such collaborations is to reach out to a wider set of audience while embracing the true essence of the luxury brand. Giambattista Valli managed to achieve that successfully.
We all refer to the classic little black dress all the time. But do we really know how and why did it become so iconic? Style icons like Audrey Hepburn, Kate Moss and Lady Diana have always been popular for their great taste in dresses, more specifically their love for the little black dress. The dress was first popularized in the 1920s by the Vogue magazine. The design was simple and by none other than Coco Chanel. The dress was designed to be worn by any woman of any class. It was meant to unite women for having a great taste in fashion.