Dressed For The Desk Job: Office Accessory Essentials
Say ‘au revoir’ to the days of plain Jane office wear, when women wore all-black blazers, bags, and heels with their tidy white blouses. It’s time to accentuate your corporate look with accessories that declare your good taste – all within bounds of the company handbook, of course! Here are six style essentials every woman should wear to the office.
Earrings Galore: What To Wear From Black-Tie to Bridesmaid
Introducing the earring – an ancient accessory worn in the oldest of civilizations, and an adornment proudly worn by women until today. The dreamiest earrings of all however, sparkle with an all-out pizzazz that can be worn anywhere. Here are 5 gorgeous statement earrings you can use from the office to the dinner party.
Ready For Takeoff: Airport Style Essentials For Every Woman
The Audrey Hepburn-era of Hollywood presented air travel in a whole new light: of Pan Am stewardesses flying off to exotic lands, and celebrities jetting to their favorite hideaways via private plane. Today, glamour is making a clear comeback in air travel, thanks to Instagram and style blogs inspiring many to express their personal style from airport to plane.
Fabulous In Flats: No-Heeled Shoes For All Occasions
Long live the flat! Stow away those stilettos for a while and let your feet get their downtime, as there are infinite ways you can style this comfy article of footwear. Embrace the low-heeled, the no-heeled, and the dainty, with these five pairs you can use for every occasion.
Sartorial Adaptation: Summer Suit Must-Haves This 2017
Cue the summer suit for this amplified tropical season, that allows for sharp office dressing with an opportunity to branch out into mixing and matching more colors and textures. Dressing professionally without compromising comfort is best achieved through this put-together article of clothing. Take a look at our guide, featuring smart designs off the Spring/Summer 2017 runways below.
From Abe to Takahashi: Japan’s Designer Stars
Think of fashion and you may conjure up images of New York or Paris, with Tom Ford and Chanel being cornerstones of the respective cities’ cultural identities. Yet it’s hard to overlook the design talent brimming from the East, particularly Japan. Yes, the Land of the Rising Sun is also a style powerhouse, from the outrageous youth prowling the streets of Ginza, to the esteemed creative directors that head its international ateliers.
Gucci Fall 2017: Celebrating The Alchemist-Rebel
Aptly named The Alchemist’s Garden, Alessandro Michele presents Gucci’s Fall 2017 collection with, as always, eclectic showmanship. It’s also the first time in the history of the 96 year-old house that the men’s and women’s collections were combined – though for the designer, it’s anything but a landmark turn. Instead, it’s a way of making things easier and more natural. “This is always my world. I want to swim in my ocean,” he tells Sarah Mower of Vogue.com.
Lady of the Night – ELIE SAAB Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2017-18
Giselle, one of the greatest Romantic ballets, weaves a haunting story of innocence and betrayal. It spoke of a peasant girl’s death, and mystical resurrection, from dying out of a broken heart, upon learning her lover is betrothed to another.
The richness of this story flowed through the pieces of Elie Saab’s recent Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2017-18 collection… “[where] layers of tulle and ruffle were heaped to whirl dervish-ly around the eerily captivating waifs, [with] marabou [dancing] down their necklines, lily-etched lace bleeding into lily-embroidered velvets, and full tulle skirts patterned with polka dots worn below bikers etched in gold-studded lily silhouettes.”
Christian Dior Fall 2017 – (Navy) Blue Is the Warmest Color
At Christian Dior Fall 2017, there was one main motif: navy. Rarely have big houses done such monochromatic but highly varied shows.
Creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri drew inspiration from the house archives, saying “We are so lucky now that we have the new archives in front of our office.” But beyond her penchant for Monsieur Dior’s past, she also reflected upon the color’s impact on the muse and the wearer.. “Blue is the color of art in the 20th century…[It] speaks about something that is magic and poetic. But at the same time, it also speaks something about gender.” KEEP READING
Alexander Wang SS 2017 Collection Preview
Alexander Wang’s Spring Summer 2017 collection is already out and we’ve got a preview of his latest campaign!
He approached his new Spring collection in similar ways: by deconstructing wardrobe basics like the button-down, merging male and female signifiers including pinstriped tailoring and black lace, suggesting seriously unlikely pairings such as Hanne Gaby Odiele’s sheared white mink bathrobe coat, bra top, and board shorts, and otherwise subverting the natural grown-up order of things.
Wang said the project was a year in the making: “I looked at what’s theirs, what they own, and I flipped it, literally and aesthetically.” Here’s a look: