Streetwear Trend Fall Winter 2018: Puffer Up!

December 7, 2018 by  
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The @itsmaysmemes coats are all over our Instagram this week and we can’t help but feel inspired. These puffers aren’t as impressive in size, but they sure make up for some statement streetwear looks. Keeping warm in a camouflage printed puffer, a pink metallic one or a turquoise number worn with a waist belt. And prepare yourself for some scaling up. Next season you’ll be like Kylie, Rihana or Haily dwarfed by a pair of xl puffers. Bearing the cold was never this easy. Giant jackets are the new wave.

Streetwear Trend Fall Winter 2018: Dress Up (More)

December 6, 2018 by  
Filed under Fashion, Streetwear, womenswear

Just a normal Thursday, but why blend in when you can stand out? Use your imagination to create an extraordinary look. Go to work in a pink suit, attend class in a floor sweeping pleated mint green skirt or a bright yellow tea dress. Use frills, make waves, mix materials, show some skin, opt for color, play with volume, add accessories. Make your outfit extra interesting, even on a normal working day. Be a flamingo in a flock of pigeons.

Catwalk Trend Fall Winter 2018: Gone to Waist

December 5, 2018 by  
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Proof that cinched waists aren’t for girls only! Agnes B, Walter van Beirendonck and Alexander McQueen all sent out their male models wearing waist belts over their jackets and jackets. Whether long and wool, short and pillow-y, quilted or with leather parts. No outfits gone to waist. A little play with the silhouette works for all sexes.

Catwalk Trend Fall Winter 2018: Rainbow Colored

December 3, 2018 by  
Filed under Fashion, Featured Items, Streetwear, womenswear

A little color never hurt nobody. Especially on a gloomy winter day it can cheer you (& others) up to wear a little extra color. That might have been the thought of a bunch of creative designers at designer brands like Balenciaga, Burberry, DelPozo and Emilio Pucci. Feeling moody? Shake your booty and click through our gallery of rainbow colored catwalk outfits. With Cara Delevingne for Burberry as the queen of all rainbow creations.

Catwalk Trend Fall Winter 2018: Fits like a glove

November 30, 2018 by  
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Cycling to work like us? Then you´re definitely gonna need a pair of these. No winter wardrobe is completely without a decent scarf, a cool beanie and a tough pair of gloves. When it comes to dresscodes – how to wear them this season – options are endless. Wear a long pair of ladylike gloves (Ferretti, Demeuelemeester), opt for a sweater which has them attached to the sleeves (Balenciaga), pick a pair of stylish lace – yet not very warm – gloves (Dolce & Gabbana) or pick a pair of sleek and sheer (almost like a pair of tights) gloves (Alexander Wang). You can even wear just one glove on one hand (Louis Vuitton). Whatever way you wear your gloves make sure they fit right and don´t leave your designer gloves on the buss or loose them on your way home.

Fall Winter Trend 2018: Shine Bright

November 29, 2018 by  
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So we have a shopping confession to make. As December is creeping up on us we´re experiencing a slight shift in our shopping habbits. As the days get darker our shopping baskets become brighter, shinier.. lit! We´re buying glitter leggings and socks, metallic skirts, sparkling tops and sequined dresses inspired by catwalk images of Dolce & Gabbana, Givenchy, Isabel Marant and Off-White. To make sure we´ll shine bright at any upcoming (pre) X-mas party but also to give a little extra spark to any random day of the week. Life´s too short to wear boring socks anyway.

Catwalk Trend Fall Winter 2018: Corduroy Craze

November 28, 2018 by  
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We wrote about it last year, when all of a sudden corduroy was a big theme in many catwalk shows. Now, one year later there’s no denying this trend. All high street stores are packed with corduroy pieces. From dusty pink dresses to camel colored jackets and army shaded oversized shirt dresses. Perhaps you’re inspired by old images of Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg wearing matching corduroy or Diane Keaton and Woody Allen getting their cord game on. You might have seen Dustin Hoffman looking smashing in his cord blazer (another classic). Maybe it’s last years runway images that got you cord love going. Or you were just blown away by Kendall rocking those high waisted corduroy pants and Alexa Chung sporting that seventies style cord skirt. Either way it’s about time you joined in on the fun of this fabric. The fashion students at AMFI show you how it´s done. Be a good sport wear something cord!

Menswear Streetwear Trend FW2018: Camel tones

November 27, 2018 by  
Filed under Fashion, Featured Items, Menswear

Nothing as indispensable as a classic camel coat. Ask the Max Mara design team and they´ll tell you all about how they´ve build a large part of their success story around this fashion piece. And it´s not just an ever greener for the ladies, guys will look equally styling in a camel coat. Whether it´s from wool, corduroy or teddy. Yes, even with a funny face painted onto it the camel coat is a no brainer. Pair it with an oversized hoodie, a grey (track)suit and/or an orange colored beanie like the streetstyle stars in our gallery.

Streetwear Trend Fall Winter 2018: Hats Off!

November 26, 2018 by  
Filed under Fashion, womenswear

A brick in your hat, a feather in your cap; as temperatures drop it´s about time to stack up on headpieces. Beanies and berets are still all the rage. But you might look mad as a hatter wear a flapper. A fisherman´s cap might be your cap.. err cup of tea. Or a flatcap might just make your outfit. Whatever piece of headwear you´ll be rocking this winter make sure you avoid the all-too-dressed-up look or you´ll be all hat and no cattle. Found a cool cap? Hats off to you. And now you can leave your hat on (cause you´re hair has probably fallen a bit flat anyway).

Beauty Trend Fall/Winter 2018: Nude Lips

November 23, 2018 by  
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While some beauty looks were true pieces (we discussed some of them earlier on) of art this fall season, others were more subtle. Especially when it comes to the lips make-up artists stayed very close to the models actual color. Not a lot of brown shaded, deep burgundy red lips, but different shades of light pink and a whole lot of nude lips. We selected our favorites from our backstage archives at Ackermann, Akris, Altuzarra, Balmain, Lavin, Marni and Sportmax. Eyes might have been a little wild(er) in term of color and shiny, sparkling metalic touches, but the lips remained o-so-natural.

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