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Think Pink

October 3, 2016

This has been a confusing fashion month. Between the “see now, buy now, wear now” concept, and all of the designer shake-ups, it’s hard to tell what season it is, and what house the collection is from. With all of the uncertainty, one message came through loud and clear from Paris this weekend: You’ve got to have a pink dress.

While I would hardly call pink the color of the season, it seems that it is de riguour for a dresses. And special ones at that.

At Celine, Phoebe Philo showed a dramatic pepto pink dress with a capelike effect coming from the draped hemline.

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For Pierpaolo Piccioli’s first solo collection at Valentino, pink played a major role. Here, a pleated dress gets a bright accent at the neckline.

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There were also 1920’s inspired shapes, layered over deeper tones.

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In contrast to all the retro fluidity, Piccioli added a shocking pink cape dress, in a more modern and structured cut.

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John Galliano went sheer, with this ladylike silhouette shown over matching pink lingerie.

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With new designer Gemna Gvasalia of Vetements at the helm, Balenciaga kept it bright with thier modestly cut pink dress, slit up the side and shown over purple spandex boot | pants.

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At Givenchy, Riccardo Tischi showed a simply cut hot pink satin dress layered over a sheer tank dress.

 

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Photos: Vogue.com

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Loafing Around

August 24, 2015

We love borrowing from the boys. Slouchy sweaters, crisp button downs, tailored blazers; we like taking the classics and adding a quirky twist to make it our own. Footwear is no exception. This fall, its time for our beloved oxfords to move over just a titch, and make room for the triumphant return of the loafer.

In recent seasons we have seen the rise of slipper shapes and slip on sneakers, but the newest iteration is actually based on the oldest one; the quintessential penny loafer. The back to school staple lives on in upscale skins and new colorations.

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Asos, Fashion Clue, Death by Elocution

Skinny jeans, crisp woven shirts and tailored coats work perfectly with shiny new loafers.

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Abaday, Opening Ceremony, Gucci via Vogue, PInch by Cole Haan, Balenciaga

Menswear checks and colored leather loafers are a match made in sartorial heaven. A hint of patent, or a new twist on the metal horse bit modernizes the look. Gucci got in the game by reinventing their iconic loafer as a mule, lined in fur.

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photo via Who What Wear

One of the Olsen sisters (does anyone really know which is which?)levels up with exotic skins for her loafers and oversized tote.

 

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