Mulberry's new collection wasinspired by the British summer, in which dominated the waterproof fabric jacket and a tied waist, decorated with precious stones beach dress ensembles. Thirty-four designers to create garments of different colors - from the beige, pink and blue to bright lemon and pale green.
But if you liked this collection, wait and see how the After Party was:
The photo call was so original, filled with animal shaped inflatable ballons which gave the guests the opportunity to take their pictures with a very funny and playful background.
Jade Williams / Irina Lazareanu / Romolo Garal
To entertain the people attending, loads of celebrities among them, the party counted on Hurts to season the night with their concert and Hot Chip, who were in charge for the mixtape.
Hurts (left) and Hot Chip (right) during the Mulberry After-Party
So yes, definitely the kind of party I would have loved to go to... maybe next year!
Model, photographer and blogger; this It girl brings us all the trends for this autumn, wearing clothes from high-street shops and showing us how to pull them off with loads of style. Enjoy the looks in this editorial extracted from the Elle UK October suplement.
I've been very stressed lately moving to another city and all the mess that it brings, so I decided to treat myself with some piece of clothing that I was longing for lately...
It was time to finally buy these hysterical shiny sandals (I think I've even dreamt with this pair eventually).
Still don't know what to wear the with, but after all, it's said that if a pair of shoes make you smile everytime you see them, then they worth more than they cost.
Everybody who has had internet lately has watched this video already, a huge hit that's gone viral and, from my point of view, the funniest and most adorable fashion campaign in ages; not only for the risk of mixing Lanvin with Pitbull music, but also for the appearance of Alber Elbaz at the end of the ad. He's shown a great sense of humour himself, congratulations.
But what I wanted to tell you about in this post is Lanvin is looking for imitators for the NYC Vogue Fashion Night out.
French firmhave thoughtthat the bestway to celebrateFashion's Night Outin NewYorkislooking forthe bestimitators ofthe now famouschoreography inher boutiqueon Madison Avenue.
Ofall coupleswho sign up, five will be chosenat randomto provetheir skillsbefore ajuryis rumored to beheadedbyZimmermanand Elson, to clinch thevictoryandwin aspecialgift.
Blouses, shirts, jackets, cardigans, coats... everything is about the collars and the neck this season!
So, what better than a easy DIY to update your clothes?
Here you have one I found on the UO blog ages ago.
Thread (you can substitute the needle and thread for a stapler or special glue for clothes)
Fabric you choose
Use one of your collared shirts to measure how much fabric you'll need.
Add about a centimeter or so of extra fabric around the edges to leave room for a hem.
Cut the fabric and use this as a pattern for the other half, with the outsides facing in.
Cut the ribbon tails and place them at the short end of the collar. Make sure you don't place them at the long end,
otherwise you'll end up tying your lapels together!
This is the hard part: sew it all together.
(Insider short cut: a much lower-effort alternative is to use a stapler or glue)
Make sure to leave about two centimeters or so on each of the collar's short sides open.
Use the open gaps to flip it inside out, then stitch them up.
Ta-da! Now that you have the general idea, experiment with patterned fabrics, proportions and embellishments.Here you have some oter stylish ideas...
RoxaneMesquida, AbbeyLeeKershaw,AlizéMeurisse, JeanneDamascusMaéLaprasormembers of theband OurMountainpose inblack and white,like theScreen Testsof SalvadorDalíorDennisHoppertaken from lifeby AndyWarholin hisFactoryin New York.
The Italian fashion househas made10short filmsinSuper 8 camera,focusing oneach of thesefigures, whichwill be broadcastexclusivelyon September 8at theVogueFashion Nightin theCostume Nationalstorein NewYork, Romeand Milan; you can watch it on the launch date on vogue.com as well.
With this,Costume Nationalpays honor to the new iconsthat mark thecontemporary artistic lifeinanunprecedentedseries of short films.