Mar 16, 2018

Louis Vuitton Spring-Summer 2018

Nicolas Ghesquière embraces the sneaker trend for his latest Spring-Summer 2018  Women's Collection - pairs sophisticated jackets and fairy tale dresses with vintage-to-futuristic sneakers. Using a mix of technical fabrics, an oversize springy sole and a prominent tongue, the sporty designs come in pop color versions or black-on-black tone: 18th Century French brocade and fine embroidery combined with 21st Century athleisure.

A black-on-black or all white version to go with flowery dresses and pop color versions for a modern twist. This sneaker captures what Nicolas had in mind and in essence his love for sci-fi, such as Stranger Things or Star Wars.”

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Mar 15, 2018


CHANEL's GABRIELLE bag- The French brand’s bags from their spring/summer 2018 collection are now immortalized in a new campaign, and some of the best are the bright flap bags in pink, blue, yellow, and green plastic.

The black and white images, which were photographed by none other than Karl Lagerfeld, feature the supermodel-in-the-making posing with the brand's latest collection of bags. Making her first Chanel campaign even more special, Kaia Gerber was photographed in Mademoiselle Chanel’s apartment in Paris, surrounded by the late designer's personal belongings.
The handbags - are the brand's transparent PVC bags, which were spotted on the Spring 2018 runway, the Gabrielle bag, and the Chanel boy bag.
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Tommy Hilfiger M/W: Spring 2018

Milan Fashion Week ended much as it began: with a spectacle pitched as an alternative to the traditional show — one better suited, in theory, to the immediate gratification demands of these Instagram-centric times.

The driver of the change: Tommy Hilfiger, who for the last three seasons has taken his #TommyNow party-cum-product-launch-cum-pop-up-shop on the road from New York to Los Angeles to London — and now Milan.
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