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Boyfriend can turn a basic outfit into a cool fashion moment. It’s not your typical straight pair of jeans neither your hot . Boyfriend jeans are like a piece loaned from your stronger half’s wardrobe. Even though the boyfriend jeans have a strong masculine vibe, you can still feel feminine while wearing them. Just pair the boyfriend jeans with a hot crop top or an elegant shirt and you are ready to turn heads. If you want to keep the masculine vibe, wear your boyfriend jeans with vintage t shirts and sneakers.
The boyfriend jeans are a very versatile piece of clothing. Besides sneakers, you could pair your boyfriend jeans with high heels and wear them for a night out. They go well with both sporty and elegant pieces, so don’t be afraid to experiment. The best thing about them is that they are very comfortable. Your skinny jeans might look good on any outfit, but they aren’t the most comfortable piece you own. With the boyfriend jeans, you could make a huge fashion statement without compromising on the comfort.
There are many styles of the boyfriend jeans. You could opt for very baggy boyfriend jeans as well as tighter, more feminine versions of this style. There are also plain, classic styles and ripped ones perfect for off-duty outfits.
Ripped boyfriend jeans are celebrities’ favorite. The biggest It girls from Gigi and Bella Hadid to Rihanna and Hailey Baldwin are often spotted with boyfriend jeans. They style them in many ways and offer a major inspiration for all of those who look for ideas on how to wear their boyfriend jeans.
Feast your eyes on these cool celebrities’ outfits that feature boyfriend jeans and learn how to style them the right way.
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The luxury shoe brand Jimmy Choo officially has a new owner. The American brand Michael Kors is the one behind the purchase. Just yesterday, Michael Kors, the chairman of the company, released the news that they bought the shoe brand for an impressive .2 billion.
“Jimmy Choo is an iconic premier luxury brand that offers distinctive footwear, handbags and other accessories. We admire the glamorous style and trendsetting nature of Jimmy Choo designs,” said Michael Kors.
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Jimmy Choo was established in 1996 by Tamara Mellon, who is the editor of British Vogue and the designer Jimmy Choo. Their luxury designs became a favorite for many celebrities such as Sarah Jessica Parker, Jennifer Lopez, and Beyoncé. Their popular stilettos and strappy sandals were sold at an average price of ,000. The shoe company already owns over 150 stores all around the world.
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The shoemaking brand was placed on the market earlier this year, in April. The major shareholder JAB announced their intentions to focus their business on the food and beverage industry. They’ve already purchased companies such as Panera, Caribou Coffee, and Krispy Kreme. Each shareholder got 230 pence (about ) per share during the sale.
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According to Michael Kors representatives, the main things at the shoe company are going to stay the same. They are going to strive for improvements only in the area of designs and quality. The current CEO of the shoe company, Pierre Denis, is going to keep the position that he’s had since 2012. He was previously the executive director at LVMH. Also, the creative director Sandra Choi, who is Choo’s niece, is going to continue with her work for the brand. It is estimated that she will earn .9 million from the sale, while Denis will earn around million.
“Jimmy Choo is known worldwide for its glamorous and fashion-forward footwear. The company is a leader in setting fashion trends. Its innovative designs and exceptional craftsmanship resonate with trendsetters globally. We believe that Jimmy Choo is poised for meaningful growth in the future and we are committed to supporting the strong brand equity that Jimmy Choo has built over the last 20 years.”- said John Idol, the chief executive of Michael Kors.
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Michael Kors is just another brand that is currently struggling with the declined sales and the huge competition. As a store that sells luxury goods, they are taking large hits from fast-fashion brands and e-retailers. Kors is closing over 100 of its stores, renovating over 100, and it is trying to implement more innovations.
The Turkish designer is known for his love of art and his ability to transfer the art into his designs. Erdem was born in Canada but had the honors to study at the very prestigious Royal College of Art in London. He is famous for his feminine designs, colorful and versatile fabrics and unique details. Many celebrities including Emma Stone, Sarah Jessica Parker and the Duchess of Cambridge have flaunted his wonderful designs.
For the Resort 2019 Collection, Erdem got inspired by many of his favorite artists. He relied on the artwork of three abstract artists that were popular back in the 1930s and 1940s. You can see many bird prints and embroideries on the fabrics that he used from the artwork of Hannah Hoch. Hoch was a German Dada artist, known for her abstract and modern embroideries and designs. Sylvia Fein and Leonora Carrington are the two other surrealist artists that impacted Moralioglu’s work.
Erdem once again decided to play with a lot of patterns and different fabrics. The astonishing detailed embroideries on the unique pieces are mixed with a lot of floral prints. The dark jacquard with beautiful floral motives is definitely one of the highlights of the collection.
Moralioglu created a balance between the luxurious evening designs and the rich fabrics by making the designs less structured and more fun. The elegant frills are strategically placed on many of the dresses.
“I love the idea of tension between something that’s very done up, very structured but also kind of undone. It’s a mixture of things…I was thinking about my woman from the moment she wakes up to when she goes to bed,” Moralioglu said.
Besides the luxurious looks, offers several laid-back pieces that are very sophisticated. You can see pleated midi skirts in colorful fabrics combined with knitted sweaters and wide belts. The simple long dress and the blouse made of wonderful fabric decorated with blue flowers are perfect for everyday wear. The blouse is virtuously combined with a loose midi skirt made of luxury black lace.
Moralioglu has a very good eye for accessories. He decorated several of his looks with mesmerizing brooches. The eye-catching spider-shaped brooches add a very unique and glamorous touch to the designs. The spider-shaped jewelry is going to be a part of his upcoming accessory collection.
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TheViktor & Rolf Couture spring/summer 2019 runway showwas essentially a high fashion arts and crafts project. Designers Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren began by deconstructing party dresses from across the decades, as early as the ‘40s. They took actual, pre-existing dresses that had been worn and damaged and turned them into new extravagant eveningwear pieces that might just catch the attention of some of Hollywood’s most fabulous thrift shoppers, like Sarah Jessica Parker.
This concept is similar to the Viktor & Rolf Couture fall 2019 collection from the label, when the duo created new clothes from materials that had been used in their past collections. So they’re actually bringing in the old and sending out the new in last season and this one.
Each dress used in the collection was spread out through a few different looks, which helped with cohesion while also stretching the usefulness of each garment. The smart thriftiness of this collection is self-evident, but according to Snoeren in an interview with , there was even more inspiration at play.
“All of the fragmented pieces can be put back together,” he said, referring to the pieces in relation to the Japanese practice of Kintsugi.
Kintsugi is the act of putting broken pottery back together without trying to mask the brokenness. This is often seen in the cracks and chips being a new, highlighted part of the piece that adds even more character to it. The same can definitely be said about the clothes in this collection.
This same concept is brought right into the making of the Viktor & Rolf Couture spring 2019 collection in the title itself, which is “Boulevard of Broken Dreams.”
This concept is beautiful, especially in relation to the pieced-together garments. The broken dreams form together as a pathway – if you know the popular song by the band Green Day, the lyrics even add an extra tone to the lineup.
Yet, the pieced-together garments end up being luxurious and extravagant.
All of the pieces had some sort of volume aspect to them, most of which came from tulle. Some garments embraced the full capacity of the tulle, like an up-shouldered white top paired with a pretty deconstructed look.
Others, on the other hand, were subtler in their trendiness, like a pale pink sari-inspired dress. The same tulle was used at the bottom, and it added volume without taking it to the extreme. Other subtler options were many of the pants in the line, which had great allusions to patchwork with sequins.
Extravagance wasn’t absent though. The runway show even ended with a handful of ball gowns.
Patches were sewn to some full tulle skirts, where a complete fabric panel may have once covered it completely. The first of the gowns, a black and pale pink one, had the bare-bones feel of a naked tulle skirt, which is actually quite beautiful in and of itself. The full, luxe skirt floats as it walks and is in perfect contrast to the black bodice. Now, add in while floral, black, gold, and yellow patches, and it becomes a truly unique gown, which is what Couture Fashion Week is really all about.
Now, in this uniqueness lies a problem. It’s actually a deceptively difficult process to get these pieces just right. The brand had even more difficulties putting the Viktor & Rolf Couture spring 2019 collection together than with their past season’s idea of reusing their old materials. “It was so spontaneous, it took us months to do,” Horsting said to Vogue.
Reconstruction and deconstruction are not new in the high fashion industry – in fact, deconstruction has been huge in the past year for many designers in their seasonal presentations – but this display brings back so many glamorous fashion moments of nearly a century and revamps them into something inherently wearable, especially for the upcoming awards season.
Furthermore, Viktor & Rolf are trying their hand at a see-now-buy-now model. Three of the designs that walked the runway were made immediately available for purchase from the brand’s website. That being said, it will take a brave soul to wear one of these over-the-top pieces. But, noting the meaning behind the clothes and taking the time to appreciate the subtleties that pop up from garment to garment will result in a true wow moment.
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Nothing screams “party” more than glitter, whether you put it only on your makeup or you literally wrap yourself in glitter. There is one specific item, though, that will just give you the right amount of glitter to shine through the night looking nothing but glamorous: glitter party shoes. We therefore managed to find11 pairs of glitter shoesfor you to show off at any holiday party and beyond!
1. Miu Miu Knows How to Party
Is there anything cooler than chunky heels and metallic straps? Apparently not, according to Miu Miu, whose bon ton metallic leather glitter pumps, available for purchase at , will look good with everything, from holiday party dresses to casual daily outfits.
2. Steve Madden’s Take on Glitter Shoes
Comfy to dance the night away, glamorous to show off at any formal event, and versatile enough to sport at any daily date, this pair of Steve Madden glitter sandals is perfect to wear all year long, especially if your Christmas holidays coincide with summer (hi, Aussies!). You can get it at , where many Black Friday beauty deals are waiting for you, too!
3. Perspex Heels and Glitter
Of course, when it comes to glitter shoes and quirky silhouettes, it is almost impossible not to mention Charlotte Olympia’s creations. These Uma point-toe glitter flats are the epitome of glamour and quirkiness, as each pair features sculptural Perspex heels and is handcrafted in Italy from iridescent glittered canvas. You can find your pair at !
4. Royal Glitter Shoes
Topshop loves to party hard and take its glittery motifs beyond extreme, for sure, mixing different colors and patterns. This pair of Royal glitter sandals with chunky heels and wrap-tie details is nothing but spectacular, and is definitely meant to be paired with a dramatic smokey eye look and a high fashion slip dress. It is available online at .
5. Glam It Up
It is time for another transparent heeled pair of glitter shoes, this time around provided by Alexander McQueen. Sarah Burton’s take on glittery party shoes is definitely high fashion and bon ton at the same time, with this specific pair of glitter pumps being extremely delicate and featuring an appealing feminine figure. Available for purchase at , it will keep your feet comfy and glamorous all year round!
6. On a Pointy Point
One of next year’s must-have shoe styles is the stiletto, with most of them being pointy-toed and Nineties-inspired. If you are considering playing in advance, we recommend having a look at Jimmy Choo’s Roomy 85 glitter pumps in silver, which will surely appeal to those who loved theSex & the City-approved side of the Nineties! You can find them in stores and online at .
7. Beyond Glitter
For this holiday season, Kate Spade overwhelmed us with trendy shoes aplenty, among which those dipped in glitter and rose gold tones surely are the most appealing ones. This pair of glitter shoes is covered in dark glitter accents and features faux-fur pom-poms and a bow, which makes them beyond perfect especially if you are going for a revisited Roaring Twenties look. They are available at !
8. Slipping Into Glitter
Aside from stilettos and rose gold shoes, this winter’s must-have shoe style is also the slip-on, especially if that’s Gucci-inspired. This pair of Maureen flats in glittery leather is the perfect combination for those who love both glitter and slip-ons, and will moreover automatically put any of your outfits in an all-year-round holiday mode! Find them at .
9. Call It Party
“Call it Spring” is a relatively new label that has been creating a bit of a buzz lately, thanks to its glamorously cozy items that more and more fashionistas are longing for. For the holiday season, the label offers glittery stilettos that are just top-notch and part-approved, and that you can easily find on (which means they will likely be discounted during Black Friday, too!).
10. Glitter Shoes and the City
If there’s one thing that recallsSex & the Citymore than Jimmy Choo’s creations, that’s, of course, Sarah Jessica Parker’s outfits. If you still binge-watch the notorious TV-series trying to analyze the actress’s outfits, you may now actually dress like her with this pair of SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker Austen glitter Mary Jane pumps, available for purchase on .
11. When Luxe Meets Glitter Shoes
Glitter, pearls and high fashion structured heels are now available all at once thanks to this pair of Nicholas Kirkwood 105mm ‘Maeva’ pearl pumps, made in Italy of silver-toned leather and with a curved heel refined by a delicate pearl detailing. retails this pair of glitter shoes and hopefully will feature appealing Black Friday deals as well!
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Net-a-Porter is launching “Bleu Blanc,” a nine-piece capsule collection, with Jacquemus. The name comes directly from the color scheme of theJacquemus x Net-a-Porter line– all of the pieces were created in navy and white pinstripes. Pieces from the “Bleu Blanc” collection will retail for 5 to 0, and will become available on starting November 28th.
Simon Porte Jacquemus is the head of his eponymous label, which has been carried by the luxury fashion retailer for the past year; Net-a-Porter has reported strong sales from the brand.
Fashion director for Net-a-Porter Lisa Aiken expressed in an interview with that the launch of this capsule is largely due to the up-and-coming nature of the label.
“The reasoning behind the capsule was to establish ourselves as a destination for the brand,” said Aiken. “They haven’t done any capsule with any other retailers, so we wanted to be the first. We are also selling out of the existing collection so quickly, and wanted to give customers an opportunity to shop something special from the brand between the seasons.”
Net-a-Porter is already a one-stop shop for luxury fashion, so staking claim as the first capsule for a newly hot brand is a big move to continue growth. “Bleu Blanc” is the perfect way to do that in this case, as the nature of the tops in this line are plays on seven staple autumn shirts and two bottoms; it’s what women are going to want right now. The pieces in the line are both comforting in their familiarity and striking in their deconstructed feel, making for an interesting juxtaposition of evoked styles.
You’ll find an asymmetric dress shirt that holds all of the great themes of the Jacquemus x Net-a-Porter capsule collection; the light blue long sleeves and bottom half are constructed as any standard dress shirt, while a deep navy one-shouldered top appears to be crafted and imposed on the top half. The juxtaposition makes it intriguing to look at while keeping things professional.
That last sentiment is a style carried throughout the collection, as the same could be said about a wide-neckline button-up with extra-long, baggy sleeves and a wrap dress that was created by sewing two halves of two different jackets together. The latter is an intriguing design for everyday wear, especially in an office setting, because it brings a playful tone to an otherwise too-simple jacket dress.
Another top with this same design was made to look like two juxtaposed shirtdresses instead of jackets. Other, simpler tops were a tight off-the-shoulder, long-sleeved striped top, a wrap jacket dress, and a simple one-shouldered tight white pinstripe top.
The bottom options in the Jacquemus x Net-a-Porter 2019 capsule collection are a skirt and a pant, both of which are professional garments with unique twists. The skirt is a mix between a pinstripe pencil skirt and a blazer; the design simply looks as though a blazer were cut off halfway. The pants are a standard pinstripe option, with the twist being that the hems are upturned by a few inches, giving the illusion that the wearer had to roll up a pair of too-long trousers.
This capsule collaboration is exactly what Net-a-Porter has been trying to focus on as a business.
Just last week, Sarah Rutson, vice president of global buying for the retailer, gave a presentation in New York, where she spoke about large projects that would be coming for the brand – there were no spoilers, though! This capsule collection with Jacquemus is clearly one of those projects, though.
Others we have already seen with Net-a-Porter include Sarah Jessica Parker’s new shoe collection, as well as capsules from Gucci, Reformation and J. Crew. Rutson also touched on the importance of collaborating with big-name brands; Jacquemus is new, yet successful, making it a great collaboration choice for the company’s intent.
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Mercier promotes natural looking makeup for a flawless face. This is what really guides the promotion and the production of each piece that is revealed, including each of the three that have been floating about on the Internet of late, as part of theLaura Mercier Paris after the Rain spring 2019 collection. It is very French and very pretty, with lovely earth tones and gentle neutral hues to the lipsticks available. What we clearly see at the moment is a combination of two limited edition lipsticks and a gorgeous eyeshadow palette, available already in the United States of America. It can be found at , (where Mercier herself has worked before), and .
Laura Mercier is a makeup artist born in France, who has authored the book aptly namedThe New Beauty Secrets: Your Ultimate Guide to a Flawless Face. She is known for her makeup and her photoshoots, born Michele Mercier in Arles, France, as the youngest of three daughters. She adopted the name Laura in order to avoid confusion with her client at the salon she worked at, actress Michele Mercier. Founding the Laura Mercier Cosmetics line, we have been treated to a wide array of incredible products that have also been used by top celebrities including Sarah Jessica Parker, Julia Roberts, and others.
The official description states this about the collection: “The reflection of lights on cobblestone streets. The dance of colours on zinc rooftops. As duo-chromatic as sheet lightning, this spring collection of subdued, neutral matte shades changes colours when topped with special effect multi-chrome pearls. Imparting a veil of iridescence like a subtle kaleidoscope. Faceted, dimensional. Capturing the light. Subtle yet edgy. Refined yet trendy. Matte meets a new textural transformation.” We can hardly say it better ourselves.
To describe the collection, we have to say that the two products included are:
Laura Mercier Paris after the Rain Eyeshadow Palette (.00) (Limited Edition)
This eyeshadow palette comes in limited edition, never seen before. The colors come in a slightly more matte and a slightly more shimmery version, the taupe and the blue really resonating with us. The compact in of itself is a chic representation of the colors within, closing shut with a click, the system made to keep it tightly shut. The palette includes eight shades:
• Champs-Élysée (Matte) (o.05 oz)
• Saint-Germain (Matte) (o.05 oz)
• Tour Eiffel (Matte) (o.05 oz)
• Le Marais (Matte) (o.05 oz)
• La Madeleine (Multi-Chrome Pearl Topper) (0.03 oz)
• Arc de Triomphe (Multi-Chrome Pearl Topper) (0.03 oz)
• Rue de Rivoli (Multi-Chrome Pearl Topper) (0.03 oz)
• Montmartre (Multi-Chrome Pearl Topper) (0.03 oz)
Laura Mercier Lip Parfait Creamy Colourbalm (.00) (Limited Edition)
It is a balm for your lips with moisturizing elements and it comes in two shades: Rive Gauche and Rive Droite. The limited edition lipsticks come in a lighter more nude-like pink as well as a deeper, lightly shimmery dusty rose pink-red. The tubes have Laura Mercier’s signatures across the silver, while the clack top clicks perfectly in place, disallowing the lipstick to have the cap fall off while in your purse or makeup bag.
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