We couldn’t help but think of “Oslo in the Summertime” while writing this article. If you have synesthesia, you might think the clothing presented this Oslo Fashion Week looks a lot like that song sounds – calm, casual, somewhat futuristic and maybe a little creepy at times. There were plenty of new silhouettes to consider, and some stuck out more than others.
In the most scorching city we’ve stopped in yet, one cool trend permeated clear through the streets: Lace. The spacey material came in crop tops, layered dresses, over neon underlays, and in racy red. Hell, even I was wearing lace! I wore this ivory lace dress I scored at The Vintage Twin trunk show right before I left on this road trip across America. See how Austin, Texas served up the daintiest/sexiest trend of the season, and how you can, too.
The dark prince of fashion, Karl Lagerfeld’s, latest endeavor is shining gold medals all around. The head designer of Chanel is releasing a collection inspired by the Olympics. Featuring bronze, silver, and gold collars, splattered jeans and motorcycle jackets, Team Karl is sure to take first place.
It’s quite common for people to start experimenting with dye once their hair starts to grey. Our society generally avoids aging and white hair like it’s the plague. But we’ve recently been noticing some fashionistas purposefully dying their hair white. In fact, this 18th century inspired look is trending all around the city this season. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to rock it.
Sometimes you just want to give off the vibe you’re in a 1970′s photograph without looking like an indie queen. Here are four flower crowns you can rock.
Over the weekend, nearly 100 British designers showed menswear for Spring 2013 at London Collections Men. With influences from Savile Row, the great McQueen, and simply the surge of fresh young things on the scene, we’re seeing looks that will propel menswear one year from now. In the future, collars will shrink, suits will print, jeans will takeover and London will buzz.
Have you ever stared at your closet and thought, “my clothes could really use a little more male genitalia”? We haven’t either. Until now. Dutch designer Bas Kosters has designed these head turning “Is That a Cock On Your Legs?” leggings for men and women, and if you find yourself in an appropriate setting to rock them, they can actually be quite chic, from a safe distance. To commit $150 to hours of endless entertainment, and for a closer look, click ahead.
In the city that invented elegance, what else would we expect but for the ladies who lunch (or in this case sip champagne front row) to be wearing beautiful, flowing skirts. On our second day of shooting we found our five favorite skirt looks and snapped them just for you.