Purveyors of vintage-inspired modern bohemian chic – Stone Cold Fox – and cool-girl beachwear maker Beach Riot put their heads together. The resulting collaboration is what you might expect: vintage-inspired, modern-bohemian, cool-girl swimwear. The look book accompanying the collaboration brims not just with on trend bikini details like cutaways and ruffles, but also adorable retro styling to inspire any summer’s day.
In the realm of fashion, an era becomes defined by many things: colours, silhouettes, prints, even the demeanour in which all of those things are carried. Channeling the styles of the 1960s is this shoot by Luca Meneghel titled Housewife: the epitome of the slender, elegant mod woman who spends her days tending her retro-decor home.
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Some vintage finds are so good they need little else to turn them into a fully-blown, fashion week-ready outfit. A slinky navy blue jumpsuit with a deep plunging neckline is one of them. Joana simply added a geometric necklace by Mr Nicos and a perfect shade of red lipstick to hers during ModaLisboa.
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If you’re one to believe the lack of garments could ever limit a photo shoot, or set some kind of boundaries for the imagination, you have yet to discover a woman’s bare body through Ivor Paanakker‘s visionary eyes. A nude silhouette imagined outshining its surrounding, its sheer reflection substituting a mirrored reality, bare metal echoing pure lust. A myriad of stories to tell, none in need…
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Like it or not, economic affairs make their waves in all areas of life – including fashion. During ModaLisboa the looks on the street were reflective of a people who know how to make the most of little, largely mixing high street and vintage, and bringing the unassuming, relaxed mood of the city to the audience of the shows. At the gallery – from ripped…
Stavrianna Georgiadi is a young designer who presented her collection for the first time in AXDW. The collection had a vintage air with creations made by tulle, velvet and lace. The show started with a tulle skirt with flowers sewn on it and a velvet leotard. Then the designer showed us various ensembles, such as shorts, lace jumpsuits, dresses and skirts with romantic style and…
Officially the footwear choice of the moment for both genders, sneakers gave everyone an excuse to look cool and be comfortable during the fashion week season. This take on sneakers for men showed just how well a casual pair of Nikes can work with an otherwise vintage-classic look. You can see the full outfit after the break.
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From Clueless to Calvin Klein, the 1990s continues to inspire. In spring 2014, it takes on new key themes and implores you to invest in a few key pieces: read on to find out what they are.
It might have been spring. A billow of silk in hand-painted florals brushing past a bare, sandalled leg. With it, Burberry Prorsum’s London fashion week show opened, welcoming in the season of the Bloomsbury Girl – a girl wrapped in romance, a haze of antique sentiments, and handicrafts. The painterly florals persisted across trench coats, shearling jackets, even shoes. There was something defiant about Christopher…
Speaking of boyish cool, you can’t go past a beautiful Danish creature like Pernille Teisbaek to demonstrate with pure ease. Mixing it up with relaxed cut vintage Levis, an Isabel Marant Etoile slogan sweater, Celine blazer and Acne scarf, she made weather-appropriate outfit choices look as effortless as ever.
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