Wednesday, June 22, 2016


From L-R: Ashley Madekwe, Rose Byrne, Melissa McCarthy, Whitney Port and Keke Palmer

The coolness of culottes and the freedom they offer when it comes to pants width and length cannot be denied when celebrities take to them for red carpet appearances and functions. Melissa McCarthy, Keke Palmer and Rose Byrne have all been spotted in these pants a time or two.
Whilst Melissa McCarthy and chose to pair theirs with peplum tops, Rose Byrne went for the currently chic preppy look with a tie-neck blouse complete with blazer. For a more young twist on the look; Keke Palmer paired culottes with a bandeau top or go for a complete matchy matchy look in lingerie inspired set ala Whitney Port.
Whichever way you choose to style them, culottes are having a major moment on the red carpet and are worth a try.

Thursday, May 5, 2016

Met Gala 2016

The annual Met Gala went underway with the theme 'Tech' which saw futuristic fashion take place on it's red carpeted steps. Claire Danes wowed in her glow-in- the- dark Zac Posen gown while a slew of sexy robots stole the night in liquid metal. These are some of the trends that made it onto the fashion show that was the Met Gala.

Metallic Madness. Metallic creations brought the theme to life as Kim Kardashian, Jourdan Dunn and Cindy Crawford all looked like sexy robots in their Balmain gowns.

From L-R: Cindy Crawford, Naomi Watts, Kim Kardashian, Sienna Miller and Jourdan Dunn

 Side Cut-Outs. Celebrities eschewed the popular shoulder cut-out trend for the sexier abs-baring styling to the cut-out style staple.

From L-R: Hailee Steinfeld, Karlie Kloss, Kendall Jenner, Lily Aldridge and Taylor Swift

Full-Sleeves. Minimalism took on a different note with Beyonce, Emily Blunt and Rachel McAdams opting for full-sleeved gowns letting the detailed gowns speak for themselves.

From L-R: Jemima Kirke, Beyonce, Emily Blunt, Kylie Jenner and Rachel McAdams

 Left Thigh Slits. Whether by consensus or design; the left thigh split was the trend of choice for many a celebrity as seen on Amber Heard, FKA Twigs and Irina Shayk.

From L-R: Amber Heard, Emily Ratajkowski, FKA Twigs, Uma Thurman and Irina Shayk

High Necklines. High necklines emerged as one of the night's biggest trend courtesy of Joan Smalls, Zendaya and Olivia Wilde.

From L-R: Ciara, Olivia Wilde, Joan Smalls, Zendaya and Maria Sharapova

Strapless Gowns. With the shoulder holding fast as this season's erogenous zone; strapless gowns with sweetheart necklines made for pretty ball gowns at the Met Gala.

From L-R: Bella Hadid, Blake Lively, Claire Danes, Hannah Davis and Jennifer Hudson

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Shoulder Cut-Outs

Cut-outs were one of Spring 2015's biggest trend and has since become a style staple for many a designer and celebrity. However the runways of Spring 2016 gave this style staple a makeover in the most unexpected way.
Shoulders are Spring 2016's erogenous zone when it came to the cut out trend. Dropped shoulders, strapless and full shouldered dresses and gowns were full of cut outs at the shoulder for display giving thie much loved cut out trend a new look.

Saturday, March 19, 2016

Black Chokers

Choker necklaces were quite popular on the Paris Haute Couture runways in every form and size, however, the latest style de rigeur in this nineties accessory is the black choker necklace in form of a velvet ribbon.
Model girls of the moment Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid and sister Bella have been spotted wearing black velvet ribbon choker necklaces on casual street chic outfits to red carpet functions. This accessory was a style staple in the nineties and seeing its revival is refreshing.

From L-R: Kendall, Gigi Hadid, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Bella Hadid

Thursday, March 3, 2016

Paris Fashion Week Spring 2016 Color Trends

The runways of Paris were filled with a kaleidoscope of jewel tone hues and lush pastels for spring 2016. These are the main color trends that made it off the runways.


From L-R: Barbara Bui, Chanel, Elie Saab, Paul & Joe and Rochas


From L-R: Akris, Atsuro Tayama, Carven, Junya Watanabe and John Galliano


From L-R: Andrew Gn, Giambattista Valli, Junaya Watanabe, Roland Mouret and Valentino


From L-R: Acne, Elie Saab, Akris, Alexis Mabille and Hermes

From L-R: Alexis Mabille, Andrew Gn, Balmain, Giambattista Valli and Maison Martin Margiela

Photo credits: nymag


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