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Not only is it National Hug Day it's also the birthday of one of our favorite designers: Antonio Marras. Embracing Resort 2018!
Staving off the grey of winter, Missoni Resort 18 is now in store.
As the rainy season begins in Vancouver let's not forget the little things. Namely your handbag. Valextra has whimsically devised a slicker suitable for their Iside bag.
. . . to one and all.
Boboli's AW17 campaign photographed by The Collective You on location in Paris with Officine Generale's Pierre Mahéo.
New for fall but with a colorful spring in it's step - Issey Miyake AW17/18 has arrived in store!
Fashion Month has ended and we've picked up on a few things that are going to be big for fall.
~ Long long sleeves:
Ranging from a few inches past the wrist to a few inches past the fingertips.
~ Slouchy shoulders:
One or both, deliberate or structured - the shoulder is still on full display for autumn.
~ Primary colors: the forerunners are yellow and red
~ Argyle: Just a dash.
~ Velvet: any and all.
The Venice Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival have come and gone. Now it's time to look back at some of the fashion that made the red carpet.
The geometry of the chevron is a running rampant in the in Pre-Fall 2016 collections.
Traditionally used to denote rank in the military this bold pattern has been appropriated over decades and in a multitude of ways. From the repetitive brightly colored zigzags of chevron champion Missoni, to the clever pleating of Issey Miyake and the print mixing of Stella McCartney, there are no rules when adopting this trend in the coming months.
images via Vogue Runway
The meow-velous Stella McCartney Pre Fall collection has hit Boboli.
Whether it's timeless leopard print or the fuzzy mug of Mr Whiskers, Stella McCartney is fancying felines in a big way. With elements like cropped flares and bold chevrons the collection is subtly retro and continues fashion's current love of the 70's.
Petra Cortright's FW15/16 video for Stella McCartney is reminiscent of when as kids, we'd float around in fantastical ensembles, either swiped from a family members closet or fabricated out of fluffy towels. Cortright puts a blurry focus on the upcoming season's It items - a shaggy Fur Free Fur coat and the now iconic, Falabella bag. Right down to the novelty bubbles, this video aptly titled Dreamy conjures nostalgic memories while ethereally dramatizing McCartney's Autumn collection.
Grab a pillow, curl up and enjoy.