Fendi is the latest luxury brand to reintroduce its heritage monogram with an exclusive capsule collection in collaboration with Net-a-Porter called the FF Capsule Collection.
Drawn from the Italian label’s 1965 design, the squared logo, updated from the original rectangular version, features heavily on every item with everything from monogrammed outerwear, knits, accessories and shoes on offer.
Embellishing a total of 37 pieces, the FF logo might have had its heyday in the 1990s, but somehow it feels more relevant now than ever before.
The capsule launched on Net-a-Porter as an exclusive worldwide preview on 13 April, with many items already selling out. However, it will become available in selected Fendi stores and on the website from 14 May until the end of the year.
Madewell Spring 2018 campaign took an adventure to Thailand. Close your eyes and imagine that ideal warm-weather wardrobe. Classic stripes redone in new ways. Denim with serious vintage vibes. A color palette as pretty as the sunset. Now open them…and make room in your closet.
Dream On – This summer, innovative shapes and rhythmic prints collide with cutting-edge pieces from Nordstrom’s top contemporary brands like Alice + Olivia, rag & bone, Rebecca Taylor, Equipment, A.L.C. and Joie.
You have probably noticed that bras-over-tops trend showed up and definitely stood out on the Spring/Summer 2016 runways. The trend seems to include bralettes layered over T-shirts or a classic (button-down) shirts, slip dresses and blouses, or sometimes just worn on their own. It can be very easy, or not. Designers like Dries Van Noten, J.W. Anderson, Alexander Wang and Alberta Ferreti have focused on undergarments as daywear. Dries Van Noten created a hot pink bustier to wear over transparent tops. At J.W. Anderson the boldly wired tiny cupped bras opened the line-up. Wang favors the bra top – we have seen bra tops both at Balenciaga and at Alexander Wang’s own collection. Even the eternally romantic Alberta Ferretti also did it this season. The avant-garde runway inspirations go straight to the streets, oh and the street style mavens have already pulled this one off.
This spring’s must have fabric is poplin – cool, breezy and super fresh. The crisp cotton fabric takes shape in spring’s most cutting-edge silhouettes. Featured in SHOPBOB‘s lookbook, these shirts can be the changing game of office dressing for the better.
Whether you’re hitting up sunny Coachella or just need a festival outfit inspo we got you covered. We’ve put together six cool outfits coming your way, that will actually make you rock that festival out. Check them out below.
Is there anything that layering isn’t good for? Right now, it’s your secret weapon when it comes to working sporty pieces into your wardrobe in an innovative way, because styling a colorful cropped top over a polo neck is so much more interesting than just throwing on a sweatshirt. Not to mention giving you the chance to wear said top without putting in the hours at the gym. Win-win.
All kinds of stripes infused the Spring/Summer 2016 runways – from big, bold to nautical, some ran horizontal while others vertical. Stripes were seen on suit combos, dresses, and everything in between. Spotted at Ralph Lauren, Salvatore Ferragamo, Max Mara, Missoni and more.