If Bella Hadid encourages you to wear an oversized cardigan (she wears oversized jeans with a slightly exposed belly), you are not alone. Fran Stringer, the creative director of Pringle of Scotland, curated the Reissued 1 series, re-launching 21 sets of neutral style homage classics, inspired by the brand's design archives from the 1980s-in The new era has set off a "grandma tide", fitting the 2019 creative subculture and the obsession with grandma sweaters on Instagram. Here, Stringer tells why he thinks it is a good time to return to the 1980s. What did you bring back from the file? why? We selected the Argyles multicolor rhombus pattern from the 1980 archive of Pringle of Scotland and recolored them into the Reissued 1
This coat quickly became the hottest item this year. Maybe one day you suddenly find out: Hey? Why are everyone around me wearing it. Speaking of which, lamb fur coats have been on the rise for the past two years, and many stars and fashion bloggers have already put on their bodies. The hottest thing is this teddy bear coat MaxMara, which is worn by Rosie Huntington-Whiteley to Yoyo Cao and Chiara Ferragni, almost one person, and the appearance rate is no less than 10,000 times ~ Well, this year, these plush coats have changed more looks. They look warm, cold and wind resistant, and most importantly, they have become more fashionable. So we collected the opinions of several readers offline, and found that
Phillip Lim and his partner and chief executive officer Wen Zhou chose to hold their 3.1 Phillip Lim pre-fall appointments for press and retailers at their store on Great Jones Street, a symbolic shift of venue for the brand. "The word is transformation," Lim said. Like many others in fashion, Lim has been reevaluating his working ways. "As a brand, we've been going through a shift in terms of what's important to us, meaning a more conscious way of working. I call it 3.1 Sustainable Balance because it's about giving the customer the promise of expanding her wardrobe while bringing in more sustainable clothes a more sustainable way of working. At the end of the day, I have to make clothes.
The private collection of an “Italian fashion aficionado” is set to be auctioned online at the end of November at Sotheby's, including a number of rare Chanel pieces - some dating back decades. From a rainbow selection of Chanel’s iconic chain strap bags through to statement gold jewellery, designer addicts will be able to bid on the rare pieces online. The luxury lot titled A Collection of a Lifetime: Chanel Online features 177 pieces by the French atelier, with pieces expected to go for thousands via Sotheby’s Milan. Highlights from the stylish collection include a pair of pearl embellished sunglasses. While Chanel is synonymous with its iconic black and gold quilted bags, a range in different colours and textures are also included in the