The exclusive capsule collection epitomizes the modern mood Natacha Ramsay-Levi has brought to the French fashion house. Chic, confident and effortlessly cool, discover this collection of sharp suiting Western-inspired blouses and fresh iterations of the ‘Tess’ bag—it’s time to meet the new Chloé girls.
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This week’s cover star of The EDIT, Lily Aldridge models the ultra-cool updates of the season, wearing designs from Saint Laurent, Givenchy, Chloe, Calvin Klein, to name a few. Photographed by Alexander Saladrigas with styling by Helen Broadfoot.
She’s often described as one of the nicest models in the industry, but LILY ALDRIDGE says she has struggled with everything from social-media trolls to judgmental casting agents and her own self-confidence. NATALIE EVANS-HARDING meets a woman rising above – in more ways than one.
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Supermodel, mother-of-five and the driving force behind children’s charity The Naked Heart Foundation,Natalia Vodianova covers Porter Edit 2018. Photographed by Alique and styled by Morgan Pilcher. Natalia more than lives up to her ‘Supernova’ nickname. She tells EMMA SELLS what she’s learned about fashion, fundraising and the power of persuasion.
“I love modeling because it gives me a break from the everyday challenges that I meet with my philanthropicwork, which really is just very stressful. [Modeling] is almosttherapeutic”
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Designers from Jonathan Anderson to Natacha Ramsay-Levi turned their hand to souping up this closet essential for SS18, turning the saddle bag into a must-have. Chloé updated the in-demand Drew bag with chain embellishments, while at Loewe, the desirability comes courtesy of the beautifully soft caramel-colored leathers. But the most important update has nothing to do with design and everything to do with the way you carry it – held in one hand, with the strap pulled at least halfway through your palm, it suddenly looks less practical and more magical. Shop the best saddle bags on NET-A-PORTER.com.
Welcome to the new season. Be inspired by the key trends and hero looks to invest in for spring/summer 2018. For its latest campaign, Net-A-Porter travelled to Mexico City to showcase four trends that will dominate the new season, as informed their buying experts: Naturals, Modern Prairie, New Suiting and ‘80s Flashback.
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Natural Selection – Let fashion’s palate cleansers inspire a fresh start as denim gets stripped back in all white, the crisp trench gets a new twist and out most wanted bags arrive with haute-spun appeal.
Fashion Flashback – A feeling of nostalgia ruled the runways this season, marking the ultimate comeback of power dressing. Feel the fever in designers’ riffs on mini lengths, and finish with showpiece earrings for an extra surge of glamour.
On the Prairie – Spring signals a shift in direction when it comes to femininity. Team ditsy-floral dresses, vintage prints and tiered silhouettes with the cowboy boot—the coolest partner around—to master the edgier mood.
Suit Reboot – It’s time to transition your tailoring. While the check continues its reign. the short suit returns—plus, don’t miss every covetable spin on the classic pinstripe The result? Uniforms that are anything but stuffy.
This season, bright white has taken black’s place as fashion’s default shade. Succumb to the pristine appeal of a white midi skirt, fresh from the FW17 runways: from Gucci’s sports-inflected pleating to 3.1 Phillip Lim’s flamenco-style silhouette, these hardworking ivories will become the new cornerstone of your closet. We forecast a total whiteout.
Head-to-toe white might sound like a bold – and brave – sartorial choice, but when it’s done right, it looks effortless. The key to attaining everyday elegance (as opposed to channeling Saturday Night Fever) is choosing languid pieces. Yes, they should be precisely tailored, but the fit should be relaxed, as should you. Accentuate the insouciance of the look by pushing up your sleeves.
Dakota Johnson stars in the January 2016 cover story of The Edit magazine. Captured by fashion photographer Laurie Bartley with art direction from Gemma Stark. Styling by Tracy Taylor with makeup by Frank B, and hair styling by Harry Josh.
“[Growing up] I was ‘COLORFUL’. I didn’t abide by RULES very well. I was like a wild, FERAL little child”
“[Hollywood] almost feels like a FREE-for-all nowadays. There’s no more MYSTERY, no more ELEGANCE”
“There were THINGS I saw [on film sets] that I didn’t WANT to, like watch my parents have SEX with other people”