FROM TOP TO BOTTOM: Tiny Elephant Crossbody Bag, Kate Spade New York; Horsebit 1955 bucket bag, Gucci; Remedy Bella Plaid Bag, Kate Spade New York; Le Mini Pliage Cuir, Longchamp
"Madeleine Petsch in Gaultier’s ethereal creation at the MET Gala 2019"
A LEGEND RETIRES
Designer and haute couturier Jean-Paul Gaultier had announced his retirement, so we pay tribute <3
"Nike Air Max 90, $199"
Guess what — the iconic Nike Air Max 90 turns 30 this year! These kicks now include original ultraplush linings and an Air Max 1 outsole to add a little surprise for sneakerheads. Kick it in these!
Christina Aguilera wore a hooded dress from Gaultiers Fall 2017 collection at AMAs 2019
"Gaultier at his final show in Paris"
French designer JeanPaul Gaultier had just announced his retirement after 50 years in the fashion industry. His haute couture label will go on, with a new concept. The former creative director for Hermès founded his label in 1982, and is known for iconic creations (think Madonna’s iconic cone bra!).
"Bring colours to your travel experiences!"
Travel luxe with new shades of LV’s Horizon Soft trollies.
Monogrammed luggage, made for now. Go on your next vacay in style with Louis Vuitton’s Horizon Soft rolling luggages. Love them for... Their fun colours: Spot the bright blue-red, redwhite and khaki-yellow! The design: The body is made from 3D thermoformed knit material and crafted using ultrasonic cutting techniques to keep it light. The telescopic aluminium handle is placed on the outside to maximise storage space. When: Find them in stores March 20 onwards.
"H&M’s new collab features desginer Sabyasachi Mukherjee"
COLLAB OF CULTURE
When it comes to collabs, H&M never misses — remember their Kenzo, Moschino and Erdem collabs from the yesteryears? Hot on the heels of the 2019 collection with Chinese designer Angel Chen, H&M announced its newest collab with India’s renowned label, Sabyasachi. To know: Sabyasachi Mukherjee hails from Kolkata and has a huge Bollywood following for his beautifully-crafted sarees. The collection: Sabyasachi x H&M embraces a wanderlust theme in time for summer. Expect to see eclectic pieces incorporating India’s rich textile, craft and cultural history. When: The collection and all its #OOTD love will drop online on April 16.
"Danielle Bernstein (@weworewhat) gives us all the inspo"
GOTTA HAVE IT
Save your $$$ for this athleisure must-have that you need to add to cart RN!
Throw back! If you’re on a lookout for a new bag to channel your inner hypebae, check out the Prada ReEdition 2005 Nylon Shoulder Bag that is one of the hottest bags to sling. You’ve probably seen it on social media by now, and it’s no surprise because it does the job of a functional everyday bag while putting a chic touch to your sporty lookbook. Most importantly, it’s just the right size to fit your daily essentials (perfect for travelling!). Its nylon material also means durability. While black is a classic, you can speak your style louder with its red and pink variations or stick with neutrals and opt for the brown and beige.
Kristy Wu (@kristywho) means business in chains and more!
Re-EDITION 2005 nylon shoulder bag, Prada
"Elizabeth Banks reused her Vanity Fair Oscars party dress from 2004, 16 years later"
REDUCE, REUSE, STYLE!
The red carpet turned green this awards season as sustainability was a recurring theme. Celebs supported the cause through their outfits. For example, Maggie Rogers wore a vintage Chanel dress and a matching reusable water bottle for the Grammys, and Kate Middleton went to the BAFTAs in the Alexander McQueen Couture dress she wore during her visit in Malaysia. Other examples here too! Do the same: Rent a dress for your next event, or outfit repeat because really, it makes more sense!
At the Oscars, Margot Robbie wore a dress from Chanel’s S/S 1994 Haute Couture collection
Kaitlyn Dever in an eco-responsible Louis Vuitton column gown at Oscars 2020
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