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Lourdes 'Lola' Leon, Amandla Stenberg, Kenya Kinski-Jones and Grimes are the new fresh faces of the Stella McCartney POP fragrance.
This being mini-Madge's first major commercial campaign, fans of the rising pop star are freaking out! McCartney commented, “So happy to have Lola on the POP team! Lola, who I’ve known her entire life, is at the beginning of her career as a performing artist. She’s an independent, inspirational and free-spirited young woman. Despite being born in the spotlight, she has kept her feet firmly on the ground!”
POP will be available for purchase at Stella McCartney stores and StellaMcCartney.com on March 24th. See more pics of the campaign below!
On March 17th adidas is dropping seven new colorways of their NMD silhouette for the ladies! From suede to mesh and neoprene, the styles also receive a mix of texture stories. All seven versions will be available on Adidas.com/originals and will cost you anywhere from $110-$150. What's your favorite colorway? I'm feeling the tan/taupe colorway.
W Magazine's new cover taps on Hollywood's 'Dream Teens' by featuring: Zendaya,Willow Smith (the newest Chanel ambassadress), and Kiernan Shipka (Our fave of the Don Draper spawn). The editorial explores how each gal takes on high fashion along with their own individual style. The ladies were shot in couture looks by Givenchy, Chanel, Valentino, and Dior.
Zendaya on her first celeb crush:
“In the non-weirdest way possible, Johnny Depp! Leonardo DiCaprio! Idris Elba! I have talent crushes. My room used to be full of Michael Jackson posters. Now I have a poster from the musical The Band Wagon.”
Kiernan on Sally Draper:
“Mad Men introduced me to the power of fashion. I realized that style could tell a story. In the last season, Sally wants to impress a boy, so she dresses up. In the scene, I had to smoke a cigarette—and I’m not a pro in the slightest. They used these herbal cigarettes, and during the first take, I smoked it backwards.”
Willow's Fashion Hero:
“My mom. When she was on tour with Ozzfest, she was very raunchy. I loved watching her onstage. I think the first song that ever made an impression on me was my mom performing “Bleed All Over Me.” I would sing it over and over.”
Get a peek below at some of the couture looks below!
March 26th (aka Air Max Day) is quickly approaching, and rest assured that Nike's got the ladies covered with a brand new line of kicks. The Air Max “City Collection” offers up a variety of limited edition Air Max's with global appeal. Honoring some of our favorite places, the collection features distinct colors graphics and textures that are said to represent Shanghai, Paris, London, NYC and Tokyo.
The "City Collection" silhouettes include the Air Max 90 Ultra (Shanghai), Air Max 1 Ultra (Paris), Air Classic BW (London), Air Max Thea (NYC), and the Air Max Zero (Toyko). Each shoe is also said to receive an individual release date; starting with The Air Max 90 Ultra launching on March 16th and ending with the release of the Air Max Zero on March 26th. What's your favorite pair? I'm in love with the Air Max BW Ultra "London."
Rihanna is the type of fashionista that can switch between a pair of fuzzy-fur slides or a fancy heel, and you'll covet both equally. Her chameleon-like choices is what has made her fashion so fun to track over the years. Now she takes both elements and successfully creates a denim-loving heel with Manolo Blahnik. With graphics inspired by her tattoos and glammed up sparkly sequins- we get both the grit and the sophistication that she so nicely captures in her personal style.
Her capsule collection will feature six styles, including an insane pair of over-the-knee boot that comes with a belt! Dropping on May 5th, prices for the collection will range from $767 for the sandals to $3,484 for the belted boot. As of now, the shoes will only be available in-stores at Manolo Blahnik in London, New York and Hong Kong.
Image: British Vogue April 2016 issue, photographed by Craig Dean.
It's not always about reinventing the wheel. Sometimes just a modernized cut or a subtle tweak is enough to resurrect an old trend. Fashion Month saw an undeniable '70s influence for the forthcoming Fall collections. Whether we're talking feathery fringed denim, green pea coats, prairie style bohemian gowns or glam rock metallics... the trend was seen at most of the shows from New York all the way to Milan.
From flouncy florals, wild zebra prints, groovy furs, plunging necklines, bell bottoms, thigh high boots and patchwork... get your fix with some of the highlights below.