• Day-Glo and Neon Colors Are Making a Comeback for Spring 2018

    2 monthes ago - By Fashionista

    We've already established that orange is shaping up to be the new pink this season - it's everywhere. But designers have also been making habitual use of a slew of other bold colors, including pink, green and yellow in neon and flourescent tones, the likes of which we haven't seen used so...
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  • Michael Kors Chills Way Out for Spring 2018

    Michael Kors Chills Way Out for Spring 2018

    2 monthes ago - By Fashionista

    If you were the betting kind, you'd be safe putting your money on Michael Kors showing a collection inspired by a certain fresh-faced, All-American woman. Season after season, the legendary American designer finds a new way to create a collection around a classic muse. His...
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  • Gabriela Hearst RTW Spring 2018

    Gabriela Hearst RTW Spring 2018

    2 monthes ago - By WWD

    The recently reopened Pool at the Seagram Building is this season's venue of choice for designers seeking a space in which their quietly meticulous luxury collections can bask in the simpatico glow of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Philip Johnson's iconic modernist, God-is-in-the-details architecture. It's also a hot restaurant. Gabriela Hearst showed her spring collection there the day after Derek Lam used it for his show.
    The Pool Room itself could've passed for the inspiration for Hearst's collection: Its clean lines and subtle mid-century palette coordinated perfectly with the room's icy...
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  • Coach 1941 Draws Inspiration from Keith Haring for Spring '18 Collection

    Coach 1941 Draws Inspiration from Keith Haring for Spring '18 Collection

    2 monthes ago - By The Fashionisto

    Coach 1941 sent its men down a catwalk of glitter for its spring-summer 2018 show. The label's creative director Stuart Vevers set the scene for a season of looks you can easily imagine seeing in the eclectic streets of New York. Adding a special character to the lineup of clothes, Vevers took inspiration from American...
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  • Stan Ray Unveils More Classic Workwear Pieces for Its Spring/Summer 2018 Collection

    Stan Ray Unveils More Classic Workwear Pieces for Its Spring/Summer 2018 Collection

    2 monthes ago - By Hypebeast

    American workwear label Stan Ray has unveiled the lookbook for its spring/summer 2018 collection. Stan Ray is arguably best known for its trouser offering, and this collection features camouflage cargo pants and classic chinos as well as "Painter Pants," which are available in light blue and pastel pink.
    As well as the trousers on offer, the spring/summer 2018 collection also includes a selection of work jackets and shirts, which come in a variety of all-over prints such as the paisley-like Kelapa shirt and the pineapple Pantai motif. There is also a batch of graphic T-shirts that feature...
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  • Leanne Marshall gets more day wear friendly for NYFW

    Leanne Marshall gets more day wear friendly for NYFW

    2 monthes ago - By Fashion United

    Sometimes we can find the most brilliant inspiration in everyday things
    around us. That seemed to work well for Leanne Marshall this season.
    For spring/summer 2018, the designer found inspiration in the green
    construction walls in New York City that have the diamond patterns in them.
    To anyone who has spent more than 24 hours in New York City, you are
    probably familiar with them.
    "I was so fixated on them," Marshall says. "They just kept nagging at me
    and I went with it and started developing my collection. Little by little I
    started to develop a story along with it. What if beyond the...
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  • Children of the Discordance's Spring/Summer 2018 Lookbook Embraces a Seasonal Theme

    Children of the Discordance's Spring/Summer 2018 Lookbook Embraces a Seasonal Theme

    2 monthes ago - By Hypebeast

    Designer Hideaki Shikama offers a glimpse of Children of the Discordance 's Spring/Summer 2018 collection this year in a lookbook. The collection revolves around a "stop and smell the roses" theme, a seasonal theme the brand has embraced for the very first time. Graphics of roses are displayed throughout the collection in the center or sleeve of most tees. It recalls the heat, how it's absorbed through clothes and music during one's middle school years.
    Under the idealization of not wanting to wear or play the same songs as everyone else, the word "discordance" in the brand's name reflects...
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