- The Cambridge Satchel Company purse €125
- Forever 21 mint green handbag €11
- Mulberry brown leather satchel €1.555
- Forever 21 faux leather messenger bag €21
- 3 1 phillip lim bag €595
- The Shopaholic Handbag Snap bag €24
Biker jacket in street style
Biker jacket on runway
The example of of large houses with colored jackets will follow the large clothing retailers. This is in case you want to get something similar plus, of course, the classic black that should be your first choice.
The Rihanna Effect
“I never wanted to be famous. I just wanted my music to be heard all over the world.”
Third time’s a charm! A smiling Rihanna covers Vogue‘s March 2014 issue for her third time ever gracing the front of fashion’s Bible.
Photographed by Sporting a pixie cut, the singer wears a Louis Vuitton Spring 2014 beaded sheer top and embellished jeans on the cover, with the rest of her editorial seeing her wearing a selection of Spring 2014 looks from Saint Laurent, Givenchy, Alexander Wang, Rodarte, Alexander McQueen, Miu Miu, Versace, Maison Martin Margiela and Calvin Klein, for which she dons a white wig.
Rihanna’s a hit-maker for the masses and the designers
The Rihanna Effect was all over the spring collections. Peter Dundas for Pucci showed leather boxer shorts worn with jeweled jackets, and adorned his red-carpet frocks with beaded black harnesses. Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing, who has Rihanna starring in his spring ad campaign, showed what amounted to an entire Rihanna wardrobe on his runway: baseball jackets worn with sheer tops and skinny houndstooth pants; eighties-inspired denim minidresses cinched at the waist. Tom Ford’s bejeweled teeny-tiny dresses and thigh-high gladiator sandals said Rihanna loud and clear.
Kristen McMenamy convulses through the lens of Tim Walker for W Magazine
Only a few hours count in the media spotlight and has already been characterized by many fashion professionals, as the best editorial of the year. Pictures taken from a dream or a fairy tale, in any case well worked magic and take us to a world of magical, mystical, underwater. Kristen McMenamy stars as a mermaid to last “fairy tale” of the Magician Tim Walker. The photographer calls the story ‘Far, Far From Land’. The shoot was photographed for the purposes of W Magazine in the stylistic direction of Jacob K,. Kristen deifies the wonderful creations of haute couture Carolina Herrera, Blumarine, Alexander McQueen, Dior and others.
How to wear it:
Jumpsuit! The jumpsuit this year is favorite of the designers. Depending on the design, the fabric, and the personal style of every woman is a piece that can easily be transformed with the help of accessories and be worn 24 hours a day, from work until formal evening out and from a trip to a cool bar .
For special evening appearances
If it seems far one piece do not forget that with the right accessories–shoes bag etc–you can make it much more interesting.
A big necklace, a collar or a large bow will give volume at the top made even and will more the look even more fashionable and interesting.
For the office look a jumpsuit with a blazer and classic strict accessories can even balance the ”audacity” of a vibrant colour (ex coral/red).
Belts is an optional choice whether you want to cut “in the middle and create the effect of two pieces.
There is no easier and quicker way to update your wardrobe than a brand new accessory. The best of all though is that we do not even need to spend a fortune because out there are chic options for every budget.
Whether for a special event or evening you output to dine or drinks here you find the perfect clutch bag that will enrich and complement perfectly your every outfit!
Fourteen unique sweaters with British signing out at auction.
The Save the Children, the organization that strives to help children in need worldwide, began yesterday an auction of fourteen unique sweater in partnership with the British Fashion Council and famous British designers. Alexander McQueen, Vivienne Westwood, Burberry, Anya Hindmarch, David Koma, Paul Smith, Giles Deacon, House of Holland, Jonathan Saunders, Matthew Williamson, Peter Pilotto, Mary Katrantzou and Sibling created each a unique sweater that went under the hammer at an auction through messages that will last until December 30.
Only in this auction winner will be the one who will put the lowest unique stake and not the highest, so everyone has the chance to win regardless of the budget they have. Each sweater was knit by hand by the British company, Wool and the Gang, and every message sent for this auction the ”Save the Children” organization will receive 84 pennies.
Elizabeth Banks attends “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” Paris Premiere at Le Grand Rex in an Alexander McQueen dress paired with Baccarat jewelry and Alexander McQueen clutch.