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Converse have unveiled a fresh set of their iconic Chuck Taylor sneakers for the Japanese market. Available in both adult and children sizes, the Chuck has been given various camo, houndstooth, leather and boldly patterned makeups, proving just how varied the sneaker can be. While the uppers of the adult styles feature leather, wool and printed canvas, the kids’ models have been adorned with straps and boot style collars, adding to the sneakers’ charm
We’re kicking off the Girly series today with a live shoot ! Watch Nick Knight and Rei Nadal shoot a fashion film that explores fashion’s fetishisation of ultra-femininity and childishness, with support from the British Fashion Council. Stylist Ellie Grace Cumming has put together a pink and sparkly selection of A/W 14 garments by the likes of Ashish, Meadham Kirchhoff and Simone Rocha as well as archive pieces from designers such as Luella Bartley and Louise Gray
I’ve admired Mary Katrantzou’s picturesque prints for years, so her first bag collection is cause to celebrate! She’s offering everything from embroidered circle and triangle clutches to colorblocked shoulder bags, but what got my attention first were the totes. Read the full post Mary Katrantzou Navy Marinella Tote: Building Character which appeared first on Snob Essentials .
The old adage no longer applies.
Every summer, red pants on men threaten to become a thing. But every summer, they seem trapped by the same old cultural baggage.
As summer fades, women are adjusting to autumn with a deeper palette.
John Severson’s book celebrates an envious lifestyle as it tweaks the noses of the encroaching status-conscious types.
The ‘typing awareness indicator,’ or ‘I can see that you’re typing, and the suspense is killing me.’
Now known as a champion on the issue, Mrs.
We can hear your inner-self screaming “nooooo!” as the last weekend of summer swings into gear. But cheer up, we’ve got three days of doing whatever the hell we want to ahead of us.
It’s the last couple days of summer, and we’re just as sad as you are. That in mind, a little bit of retail therapy is always a helpful thing—from menswear to home goods, check out the thirty best sales happening this weekend and quash those post Labor Day blues. Adidas : Extra 25% off sale items Armani Exchange : Up to 50% off select styles Asos : Extra 15% off sale items with code HAVE10 Banana Republic : Up to 40% off store-wide with code BRLABOR Barneys Warehouse : Extra 30% off sale items Bloomingdales : Extra 20% off sale items with code BIG20 Bo Concept : Up to 50% off select styles Brooks Brothers : Up to 50% off select styles Calvin Klein : Up to 25% off sale items CB2 : Up to 70% off select styles Club Monaco : 50% off clearance items, Extra 40% off sale items with code HEY FALL Cole Haan : 30% off select styles with code FALL30 Design Within Reach : 15% off living room furniture East Dane : Up to 70% off select styles End Clothing : Up to 50% off select styles Gant : 50% off select styles Gap : Up to 40% off store wide G.H.
Photo: Thomas Jacob The latest grooming trend? Brushing with clay…then swallowing. ( New York Times ) Project Piet
Given the buying power of Asia and the retailer’s role there, the executive’s departure is significant in the fashion world.
Recently, Cathy Horyn succinctly wrote of her longtime nemesis, Hedi Slimane and his accomplishments (or lack thereof) at the house of Yves Saint Laurent: “In two years as creative chief, he has barely broken a sweat as he fetches another pussy bow from the ’60s time capsule.” Read the full post Saint Laurent Cassandre Small Tassel Crossbody Bag vs. Maison Martin Margiela I.D
Today in, “So That Is The Most Incredible Thing I’ve Ever Seen,” a 2011 commercial for a store in Memphis called Divine Rags . And, yeah, there are lots of bad local commercials for bad stores, but this one goes above and beyond mostly because of the, um, charisma of its leading man, the supposed owner of the store.
Plus, Zara runs afoul of the PC police, a new look for Vogue.com and more from the week in style.
Perry Ellis is one of the most recognizable labels in American sportswear, a brand famous for bringing bold color into men’s closets. In fact, the late designer is often credited with shifting the landscape of men’s clothes away from traditional tailoring to a more casual, leisurely aesthetic (so that’s who to thank for your high-end hoodie collection). But even with such an iconic history, there’s always room to grow, and that’s why the label has enlisted the talents of a new head designer, Michael Maccari, to revamp their aesthetic for a new era
Fighting the oncoming cold weather is as simple as getting the right denim jacket. The trusted outerwear piece isn’t only the perfect weight for handing cooler summer nights and crisp fall days, but also an ideal layering piece ready to sit under topcoats and tailored blazers when the temperature calls for it. The key is finding one that fits snug like a second skin and luckily, expertly cut menswear is Dolce & Gabbana’s M.O.”—GQ creative director, Jim Moore $815, available at Mr Porter.com STORY: GQ Selects: September 2014
Fact: An elegant and timeless clutch is never wrong. Another fact: Lanvin excels at creating elegant and timeless clutches, pieces that are as refined and nuanced as they are quietly evocative of the house and the distinct brand of femininity they represent