With the rise of shows like Game of Thrones, it’s no wonder that this Halloween we’re expecting to see a lot of kick-butt warrior costumes. Even though you may think your medieval attire might only be fit to wear one day of the year, you can rock knight-esque styles with just a little bit of chainmaille!
Fall is finally here! Saying goodbye to summer is bittersweet, but the lazy days of summer are forgotten almost immediately when you throw socks, hoodies and pumpkin spice everything into the mix. One of our favorite aspects of the season are the warm and earthy colors, like burnt orange. This hue perfectly captures the color of the changing autumn leaves and gets us in the mood for all things fall.
Add it to your decor for a splash of color. You can go contemporary or rustic with a color like this.
This color looks incredible in an autumn wedding. Add purples or blues if you like a lot of contrast.
The ultimate color to add to your autumn wardrobe. It looks great with neutrals and is great for layering since it isn’t too bright.
This week Fashion Week flew to Italy: the land of beautiful women, extravagant meals, and some of the most skilled designers in the world. We saw everything from larger-than-life dolls to muted desert fashions, and the eclectic air of Milan really made this week a standout for us during Fashion Month! At Moschino it was night of the living dolls with a collection inspired by America’s most iconic toy, Barbie! Everything was saturated in bubblegum pink and pop culture, a common theme in the past few seasons.
The looks at Dolce and Gabbana were full of passion and drama, much like the Italian brand and designers themselves. The looks were rich in color and embellishment, with Baroque-elements.
Texture was the name of the game at Roberto Cavalli. From lace to denim to crocodile embossed leather, we saw a lot of different fabrics. But color and print also played a huge role at the show with animal prints and bright colors abound.
Botanicals have never been bolder than they were at Blumarine! With expertly placed blooms on many of the sheer dresses, left something to the imagination.
Giorgio Armani’s collection was all about neutrals with patterns reminiscent of desert sands. There was also the occasional touch of animal print, in the most subtle approach.
David LaChapelle is an American photographer known for his references to art history with a modern spin. Although he is well-known in the commercial world and has taken some of the most iconic celebrity photos, as of 2006 he stepped away from the commercial world and began the journey back to his fine art roots. Some of his most popular pieces feature Amanda Lepore, a regular at M&J Trimming!
This week fashion insiders hopped across the pond for London Fashion Week. Check out some of the highlights of the week and let us know which shows YOU preferred.Using colors you’d expect to see in a fall collection, Christopher Kane’s spring pieces were washed in blacks and burgundies and were darker than most of the looks we’ve seen this season.
Burberry Prorsum is known for its classic prints and patterns, and the their iconic tartan is almost as well-known as the London Eye in England. This season they strayed from their beloved neutrals, and really saturated their pieces in bright colors!
The looks at Tom Ford were as sleek as an oil slick. Many of the pieces featured shimmering dark holographic prints, imbuing some fun into the decidedly cool collection.
Marchesa went light and airy with a bohemian collection that feature lots of delicate floral appliques that seemed to be growing out of wispy tulle dresses.
This Spring New York Fashion Week has been a complete whirlwind, and we’re definitely a little sad that it’s come to a close. But fret not! We’ve scoured the runways for trends that we can’t wait to see this coming spring so you can start your seasonal shopping list early!
Keep it Cropped – Cropped pants and tops have been big for a few seasons now, and they’re not going anywhere! Next year you can look forward to more subtle midriff and ankle action. Menswear – Let’s hear it for the boys this coming spring with menswear-inspired looks.
Washed-Out Pastels – Pretty pastels will get a grungy makeover. Expect to see muted pinks, tans and baby blues on the sidewalks this spring.
Picnic Party – Fed up with flannel and plaid? Try gingham on for size! This friendly pattern has been all over the runways, and provides a cheerful contrast to the darker plaid we’re bound to see this fall and winter.
Fashion Week is drawing to a close. Thank goodness we have all of these beautiful clothes and accessories to look forward to this coming spring! The looks at Donna Karan New York were eclectic and urban-inspired. An ode to the great city of New York, these looks wouldn’t look out of place on a quirky Manhattanite.
We love rock and roll, and so does Tommy Hilfiger! His collection was brimming with rock show-stopping details like metallic stripes, studs, and leather.
Tory Burch has a relaxed and global vibe this season. Mixing refined style with raw edges makes this a perfect for a bohemian-at-heart who happens to be stuck in a less than free-spirited setting. Plus: tropical toile. Need we say more?At Libertine we got a look at an array of eclectic embellishments that make any outfit party-ready.
Beautiful clothes, stunning models, outrageous sets; what’s not to love about Fashion Week in NYC? Check out some of our favorites from these past few days and let us know which ones YOU love! Desigual is known for being bold and bright, so it’s no surprise that we saw prints on prints on prints with a surplus of tropical florals at their show.
The looks at BCBG were, in one word, heavenly. With beautiful, flowing layers, the models looked like modern-day goddesses.
The looks at Rebecca Minkoff were young, fresh and definitely appealed to the young millennials. But how could they not, when 3D glasses are part of the show?
Charlotte Ronson kept it cute with boxy, tomboyish numbers as well as more simple feminine pieces.
Mara Hoffman’s collection will be the staple of the colorful bohemian this summer, with bold and billowy maxis and surfer-girl swimwear!
When Fashion Week rolls into town, it isn’t only the runways you should be looking to for inspiration. Trade the catwalk for the sidewalk, and check out some of our favorite street style looks so far.
The weather has been on our side for the past few days, but sometimes you just want to rock a sweater and an incredible metallic clutch.
We love the draping of this dress, and the unique pop of color from the necklace.
These models off duty are feeling blue, and we’re feeling it too!
Style stars can always up their game by bringing along an adorable pup.
We saw a surprising amount of sportswear in the past few days. I sports bra here, some trainers there.
This fall we’re falling back into the swinging 60s with short a-line dresses, knee-high boots, and bold graphic prints. Fashion always has a way of reverting on itself, and reinventing the old in a new way. This coming season we’ll be seeing classic mod styles with “modern” additions. Think more metallics, sparkling embellishments, and a diverse color palettes.
Gucci knows how to modernize the trend with leather in an unexpected powder blue and go-go boots.
DSquared2 has it down pat with a slinky blush mini and hair that’s as high as the heavens.
Saint Laurent put the edge into this ’60s style with this all black ensemble.
Louis Vuitton stayed classic with ’60s silhouettes in neutral colors. This style is super wearable and glamorous all at once!
We love the bright mustard of this Carven two-piece ensemble. And when it comes to boots, it’s go tall or go home.