Navratri… check. Durga Puja… check. Karva Chauth… check. You’ve been there and done that. But wait, the festivities don’t end here.
With the big mama of all festivals, Diwali, round the corner, there are occasions galore to dress up and spread some festive sparkle. Add to that the pressures of dolling up for a shaadi in the khandaan. But fret not, as here’s some celeb inspiration.
These celeb-inspired festival looks, culled from Instagram accounts of the have-style-will-flaunt brigade of Bollywood, will guide you through the festivities. From experimenting with the colour palette and choosing offbeat shades to turning heads in contemporary printed lehengas, there’s something for every occasion.
CHAMPAGNE SOIREES Karisma Kapoor’s champagne gold sari defines elegance. The focus here is on dramatic eye makeup, offset by soft lips and a neat hairdo. You can also go for a messy bun, which accentuates your facial features. Perfect for a cocktail eve!
SLAY IT WITH SOME GREEN Attending your bestie’s ring ceremony? Here’s how to shine, a la Sonakshi Sinha. She has let this ensemble, by Anita Dongre, do all the talking by keeping the makeup clean. Accessorise the look with cocktail rings and dangler earrings — nothing too fancy as the lehenga speaks volumes in itself.
POPPING IN PINK Casual, flirty and quirky, this contemporary take on the lehenga by designer Masaba Gupta is your go-to choice for a day event. Be it a pre-Diwali brunch, lazy barbecue or a friend’s haldi ceremony, you have enough reasons to add a pop of pink in your festive wardrobe. Bardot top in place of a traditional choli and a lehenga skirt with pockets — what more can a girl ask for? Bipasha Basu Singh Grover has accessorised it with statement earrings, but you can also opt for a choker to define the neckline.
LAYERING DONE RIGHT Parineeti Chopra’s layered ensemble, by designer Arpita Mehta, is not only cute, but also creates an illusion of height. The girl-next-door look needs minimal assistance in terms of makeup and accessories, but a potli tied around the wrist would come in handy. The pink and blue colour scheme is a refreshing break from the golds and reds that traditionally mark the festivities.
CUTTING EDGE CLASSICS Classics never go out of style, and Neha Dhupia shows you just how you can ace it with a black-and-silver ensemble by designer Anamika Khanna. We are a fan of the clean makeup and the loose bun, but statement hoops have lifted the whole look. A perfect fit for a reception dinner.
OFF THE BEATEN TRACK The big day is here and you want to play the role of banno ki saheli to perfection. Pay homage to Awadhi tehzeeb with this deep green lehenga by designer duo Sukriti and Aakriti, the icing for which is the beautifully-crafted dupatta. Kriti Sanon completes the look with neatly parted hair adorned with a gajra made of jasmine flowers.
BEAUTIFUL IN BLUE In this sari by Anavila, Shruti Haasan experiments with hues of blue and how! The button-up blouse is perfect for the season. The braided bun adds volume to the look and soft makeup makes sure the attention is not diverted from the sari. A dainty, triple layer necklace in silver can help accentuate the look.
Ruby Rose loves fashion trends. Actress, Ruby Rose “followed all of the trends” when she was a teenager and regularly changed her look. The ‘Orange is the New Black‘ actress would dramatically change her look depending on who she idolised at the time. She said: “When I was still in school, I followed all of the trends. I wore messy eyeliner and SPF 80 when I listened to Nirvana. I stopped wearing eyeliner completely when I discovered Annie Lennox and Sinéad O’Connor. “And you can imagine all the make-up I wore in my Madonna, Bowie, and Blondie phase. I had dress-up parties, scoured thrift shops, and experimented with hair colours.” And Ruby credits her beloved mother for helping her experiment with her look. She added: “Plus, my mum was and is a megababe, and she taught me to be expressive through fashion and art and make-up. She raised me in an environment where everyone was embraced for their quirks and idiosyncrasies. “She taught me to have a sense of self and identity.” The 31-year-old actress “shaved off” her long hair when she was 16 in a bid to ward off unwanted attention, and found it incredibly “liberating”. She told Allure magazine: ” I felt like I was getting a lot of attention that I didn’t know how to handle. “I thought if I shaved off my long hair, people would stop looking at me. The logic behind it was strange, and of course it didn’t quite work out that way. But it was still so liberating. I “t sounds cliché, but you should just see beauty within yourself. You see it when you’re happiest and healthiest. Then it radiates outward. I learned to just embrace who I am as a person and to do what makes me feel the most comfortable.”
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Have you been scrolling through celebrity street style photos lately and thought, ‘Hey, that shirt and boots combo looks strikingly like a lamp!’
No? Well, let us elaborate…
Lampshading is the pairing of boots with a large or oversized shirt or sweatshirt — and it has been blowing up our Insta-feeds recently. Although the term is less-than-attractive, the idea behind it makes sense — the oversized top is meant to make the silhouette of a lampshade in comparison to the wearer’s legs.
The Skimm was one of the first to report on the trend at the end of 2015, originating from the college-chic style of wearing oversized T-shirts over Nike shorts. PopSugarfollowed in 2016 with a gallery predominately of the Kardashian-Jenner clan in it’s evolved form of over-the-knee boots and shirt dresses. Since then, the trend has surged thanks in part to the popularity of thigh and hip-high boots.
Here’s a closer look:
Kylie Jenner, one of the O.G. lampshaders, wore the look to the PrettyLittleThing Campaign Launch on April 11, 2017.
The color-blocked look featured an oversized white shirt with embellished shoulders and purple spandex thigh-high Balenciaga boots.
She posted an Instagram of her in a large flannel with white heeled boots on September 16, 2017 before hopping on a helicopter, or a “choppa” as she captioned her photo, while traveling for London and Milan fashion week.
Lampshading has also been lighting up the runway.
Vetements was part of the trend early on, adding high boots to their typical oversized designs in their fall/winter 2016 collection.
Fendi filled the runway on Feb. 23, 2017 during Milan Fashion Week with models, like Hadid, in high crimson boots.
The ensemble also included a shirtdress and coat, hitting lampshading criteria.
Even more recently, Hailey Baldwin walked for Tommy Hilfiger on Sept. 19, 2017 during London Fashion Week, presenting a large flannel-styled, collar shirt.
Get inspired by more fashion trends in the gallery below.
Some of the hottest and most relevant trends are spotted on the front row at London Fashion Week of course and these are the clothes that the movers and shakers in fashion are wearing right now.
So to give you a balanced view, we’re sharing our tips on what’s hot right now and what will be big next season. The way, you can be prepared for spring/summer 2018 as the trends hit the high street.
Ready? Here’s what we learned, ON and OFF the runway…
1. We’ll be prepared for a wash-out
It seems us Brits have finally accepted that our seasons consist mostly of rain and not a lot else. With this in mind, Mary Katrantzou, Anya Hindmarch and Burberry have all sent models down their runway donning the humble anorak. Who knew that such a practical necessary item could become such a fashion must-have? We aren’t complaining, catch us next time there’s a wash-out looking super cool and keeping dry in our on trend waterproofs, result!
2. Transitional season layering in style
It’s that time of year when the weather never knows whether it’s coming or going, and consequently neither does our wardrobe. We’ve been taking some transitional styling tips from street style gals, who know that layering is crucial. This year, it’s all about layering midi skirts and dresses with ankle boots, knits, and long tailored coats. Even Naomi Campbell has joined in on this must-have style.
3. Statement cuffs are back AGAIN
Clearly, we aren’t ready for the return of the bog-standard sleeve, as statement cuffs featured once again at LFW. Seen on shows such as Christopher Kane and Roksanda, if it’s not oversized or frilled, we’re not interested. This ever-lasting trend is super wearable too, as it livens up your humble jersey tee, fine knit, or evening blouse.
4. Sequins return, and they’re not just for Christmas
I mean, we all wear a sequin number at some point over the Christmas season, but London’s Spring Summer 2018 fashion week taught us that sequins don’t have to be saved exclusively for festivities. We’ve seen bright blue tones over at JW Anderson, paired as power separates at Molly Goddard, and in shoe form at Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, the sequin is a must have style.
5. The Queen is next season’s fashion icon
Her Royal Highness has become our latest style inspiration, with runway shows such as Erderm and Simone Rocha showcasing luxe finishes and fabrics, all inspired by their new muse, Queen Elizabeth II. We saw white long gloves, high neck blouses and dresses in pastel tones, Victorian-esque sleeves and delicate floral patterns. Long live Her Maj!
Paris Fashion Week marks the climactic conclusion to a frenzied Fashion Month.
It will host some of the most highly-anticipated collections of the season, including Dior, Valentino, Saint Laurent, Louis Vuitton, Alexander McQueen and of course, Chanel.
Every show is a showstopper, with each playing a vital role in dictating which trends will permeate the high street in months to come.
So, what can eager fashion fans expect from the week-long affair, which kicks off on Monday with fashion editor-favourite Jacquemus?
If the New York, London and Milan collections are anything to go by, expect a sartorial smorgasbord consiting of nostalgic prints, political defiance, and hoards of celebrity offspring, peppered with the elevated sense of grandeur that never fails to distinguish the Parisian shows from their predecessors.
One of the most hotly-anticipated shows this season will be Chloé, who announced that Natacha Ramsay Levi would take the reigns following Clare Weight Keller’s migration to Givenchy in March.
This will be her first collection for the French house, which she joined from Louis Vuitton.
Her minimalist-meets-androgynous approach is set to inject a vibrant edge into the bohemian Chloé aesthetic.
London Fashion Week 2017: Street Style
For more on what trends, models and famous faces you can expect to percolate the Paris shows, read on, my fashionista friends.
If the New York, London and Milan catwalks were anything to go by, the beloved shade-du-jour, millennial pink, isn’t going away any time soon.
From fuchsia silks at Roksanda and dusty ruffles at Erdem to peachy hues at Mary Katrantzou and Molly Goddard, prepare for a season of rose-tinted love.
Glitter fiends will be delighted to hear that lashings of Studio 54 sequins slid their way into a number of collections this season.
Inaugurated at Tom Ford and Marc Jacobs with glitter-drenched gowns and iridescent sleeves, the trend was fully cemented into the sartorial sphere by none other than Gucci, who revived the globular tack variation by employing it on sweatshirts in a collection inspired by Elton John – Alessandro Michele seldom shies away from the demure.
Gucci SS18 (Getty)
With a perennial preference for all things sparkly (remember those silver boots?) expect to see this sparkling trend championed in by Saint Laurent.
Romance is making a catwalk comeback too, and we’re not talking the “boy-meets-girl” romcom narrative kind that perpetuates a Richard Curtis film.
Think wallpaper florals at Prada and tulle skirting at Temperley London, set to epitomise modern elegance by accentuating and flattering the feminine form.
Saint Laurent AW17 (Getty)
The Paris shows always boast the starriest of frow-ers.
From the Kardashian clan migrating from Bel Air to Balmain, to the French cool-girls like Caroline de Maigret frequenting the frow at Isabel Marant and Commes Des Garcons (whose distinctive aesthetic was deemed so monumental that it set the entire theme for last year’s Met Gala).
Sienna Miller and Kate Moss sitting in the front row at DiorAW17 (Getty)
Dior tends to boast the most A-listers, with Rihanna, Kate Moss, Sienna Miller and Karlie Kloss all making a stylish appearance last year.
However, fashion’s recent changing of the guards will bring a whole new host of faces to the front row, mostly thanks to the appointment of Edward Enninful, who succeeded Alexandra Shulman as editor of British Vogue in July.
Expect to see him sitting catwalk-side along with BFF – and Vogue‘s contributing editor – Naomi Campbell, and Venetia Scott, his newly appointed fashion director.
Expect to see catwalk regulars like Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid and Adwoa Aboa marking their fashion month finales on the Parisian runways.
Last season saw all three walking for the galactic-themed Chanel show, and it’s likely they’ll reappear this season.
One model who fans are hoping will make her Chanel debut is Kaia Gerber, daughter to none other than modelling maveerick Cindy Crawford.
Kaia Gerber walking for Marc Jacobs SS18 (Getty)
16-year-old Gerber made her fashion week debut in New York at Calvin Klein, and has been making waves ever since with appearances in practically every major show on the fashion line up including Marc Jacobs, Burberry and Fendi.
It’s very likely that she’ll walk for Chanel, given that her Fendi appearance means she’s clearly got creative director Karl Lagerfield’s seal of approval.
We wouldn’t be surprised if she sashayed down the Dior runway either.
Ah, fashion’s very own Achilles heel.
Critics have praised this season’s shows for featuring models of all races, ages and even genders this season (men, women and transgender models have braced the catwalks so far) and one can hope that this will transcend to Paris.
However, one thing that few brands have yet to fully embraced is the concept of body diversity.
Plus size models are still rarely cast in major shows, something that US Vogue editor Anna Wintour finds particularly problematic on British designers, who she believes fully subscribe to the idea that the “cool girl” is still very much also “the thin girl,” as she explains in the above clip.
Is Paris likely to subvert this concept?
They might, given that luxury French retail giants LVMH and Kering recently banned size zero (UK size four) models from appearing on the catwalks.
Here’s hoping that Saint Laurent, Dior and Louis Vuitton – all owned by the fashion powerhouses – will lead the way in diverse representation this season.
Fall fashion preview: What to do with your hair Vancouver Sun The hottest autumn hair trends are ones we’ve all seen before — and in many cases, are already sporting. “The lob — a cut ending around the collarbone — will always be a popular hair choice because its extremely versatile,” Phuong Tran, a stylist at …
The 2017 Emmy Awards was a star-studded affair with a knockout red carpet. Millie Bobby Brown channeled Audrey Hepburn, Michelle Pfeiffer sizzled in Oscar de la Renta and Nicole Kidman slayed in Calvin Klein.
Zoe Kravitz, Gina Rodriguez, Shailene Woodley, Heidi Klum, Robin Wright and many more A-listers chose to wear a daring V neck for the night.
The trend appears to be popular at every celebrity event from the Oscars to the MTV Movie Awards. Check out the gallery below for all the plunging necklines worn to this year’s Emmys which were on Sunday September 17, 2017.
A young Waitrose delivery driver has started his own fashion brand.
Liam Davies, 20, from Anglesey, had always wanted to start his own company and has completed a business course at Coleg Menai.
Now he is combining working part time delivering shopping for Waitrose in Menai Bridge with setting up Luxzu Fashion.
Inspired by streetwear fashion trends he has spent two years creating designs and finding the right manufacturer.
His clothes have attracted the attention of Love Island star Scott Thomas, who has been pictured wearing a Luxzu t-shirt and denim top.
He said: “I have always been interested in fashion and have spent a long time creating these designs.
“I didn’t want to be one of those people that just sets up a clothing business by printing something on a t-shirt and ordering it online from China. I spent a lot of time on this, getting the designs right, and went to see different manufacturers.
“I am now working with a company in Sunderland, they produce quality items and they are a British firm. I am really pleased with what they have produced.”
Sales only launched in July with Liam handling everything, from creating the website to marketing.
He said: “I recently finished at college and still work part time as a delivery driver for Waitrose. I just do this in my spare time.
“I want to now build up my menswear designs and then move on to creating a line for women as well.
“My long term ambition is for this to be my full time job and build up the clothing business on the island. Early sales have been good but it will take time.”
He added: “Our designs are inspired by the current streetwear fashion trends.
“We believe our clothing is perfect for any male who takes a big interest in their style and isn’t afraid to stand out from the crowd.”
MANILA, Philippines — Former “Asia’s Next Top Model” judge Lourd Ramos is back at the New York Fashion Week (NYFW) this September to observe the latest trends on hairstyles and makeup from brands all over the world.
“From clothes to hair and makeup, it’s really exciting to be at New York Fashion Week because everything from it matters. It’s a very good experience to see the trends with my own eyes,” shares the celebrity hairstylist and salon chain owner, who has been covering NYFW for years.
He has observed that unlike the generations before them, Filipinos now want what is in the runway.
Here are the hairstyle trends he has observed so far from NYFW: “This year it’s all about precision, lines, fresh outtakes of different trends from blonde, to straight and wet look to soft curls.”
“Layers and precision are ‘in’ this season,” notes Lourd. “It’s either you go super straight for precision or go with layers.”
Another celebrity hairstylist, Henri Calayag, says other key trends this year are:
Bizarre beauty trends emerge after every Fashion Week, but this year it feels like there’s more than ever. With New York Fashion Week done and dusted, it’s now the turn of London’s designers to show the world what they’ve got – and we’re thinking there are about to be some more interesting catwalk and backstage looks.
So keep your eyes peeled for wacky nail art, budget hair cuts and plasters on the face (yes, really), because there are guaranteed to be some gems at London Fashion Week.
1. Odd nail art
Whatever happened to glossy red or French nails? Too boring. These days, it needs to be something a little more eye-catching – like barbed wire nails. Oh yes, models took to the catwalk at Libertine with punk manis. Why we don’t know, but we can confidently say that there will be some interesting nail art in London this week. Maybe the ‘pierced nails‘ look made famous by Kim Kardashian will make a reappearance.
2. Cut-by-mum fringes
Remember when you were younger and your mum insisted on saving £5 and chopping your fringe herself? Well, it never turned out so well. Models at Phillip Lim in New York this week wore some very strange angular fringes – a bit like their mums couldn’t cut in a straight line either. We’re thinking there’ll be some interesting shapes over on our catwalks this week too.
3. Nose art
And no, we don’t mean like those trendy little nose studs – we mean PLASTERS. The Desigual show was awash with models sporting strange colourful face paint and some oddly placed plasters. Maybe they took inspiration from Nelly circa 2002 – who knows, but it’s definitely one trend we’re hoping doesn’t take off here.
4. Upside down eyeliner
Traditional eyeliner is just old news. Who even looks good with a delicate flick on the upper lid (everyone)? Well, now it’s all about drawing your liner on upside down – you know, to give your eyes an unbalanced appearance. You might also spot ‘bubbled’ liner on the London catwalks this this week – where the flicks become more of a blob-like shape.
5. Pop-star blue eyeshadow
If you don’t immediately see this snap from Tadashi Shoji’s New York show and think of Blu Cantrell, then you are too young. The singer made intense blue eyeshadow famous back in the early 2000s, but they were going strong in the 90s as well. It’s not a trend we were hoping would make a comeback, but we have a feeling blue will be a theme in London and Paris.
Last week, model Sophia Hadjipanteli, was rocketed to fame when she boldly showed off her monobrow to the world. Since then, people have been going brow crazy – with a real resurgence of extreme bushy arches. At the Gabriela Hearst show this week, her models took brows to new levels, with a couple of them actually sporting monobrows. London models – get growing!
7. Strange side-twists
There have been a couple of interesting hair trends coming up as of late, and this bizarre looking one is among the most unwearable. It’s a bit like when you go to the hairdressers and they start sectioning off your hair while they style the back. Well, imagine you walked out of the salon like that and it would look a little bit like the models at the Helmut Lang show in New York. We’re hoping the UK pulls through with some more wearable looks, but who knows.
8. Extreme bed head
Messy hair is a great trend because it means extra time in bed in the morning. But backstage at Jonathan Simkhai there were some extreme takes on the look. Keep an eye out this week for the just-out-of-bed-and-missed-my-alarm look because we guarantee it’ll be a feature on the catwalks over here.
Remember when vagina nails were a thing? Sort of… not really. Well, now we give you vulva adorned garments. And they’re quite detailed.
Nan Li and Emilia Pfohl, the Berlin-based designers behind Namilia, debuted a runway show, with a theme that focused on female gentilia.
The pair were inspired by Denis Diderots’ 1748 novel The Indiscreet Jewels, in which there is an allegory telling the story of King Louis XV of France, who owns a magic ring with the power to make women’s genitals (‘jewels’) talk.
And the piece de resistance? A Marie Antoinette style gown, embellished with silky lady bits and a metallic bra, of course.
3. Bra bags
If you’ve ever put your keys, phone and/or wallet down your bra for safe-keeping, on a night out, this could be one for you.
Helmut Lang’s spring show saw models strutting down the catwalk in unisex-style clothing, with a fetish edge. Think nipple pasties, PVC coats and… oversized bags shaped like bras.
Worn around the chest or carried like a clutch by both female and male models, the bags featured zipper compartments over each breast.
Handy, but not very supportive, we think you’ll agree.
It’s certainly a showstopping return for the brand to NYFW after a 12 year absence.
A group of celebrity stylists, including Marni Senofonte and Lo Von Rumpf, gathered late last month for lunch at a West Hollywood restaurant to cover of-the-moment trends and present fast-fashion online subscription brand JustFab’s fall collection. (JustFab is part of El Segundo-based Tech Style Fashion Group.)
Before lunch (complete with a centerpiece of calla lilies mixed with leopard-print and glitter-heeled ankle boots) began, four stylists sat down with The Times to talk about what’s on their fall fashion radar.
Clients: Kendall Jenner and Beyoncé
Key trends: “Military is always a trend, but it’s big for fall. And luxurious velvets in rich colors. I would wear JustFab’s emerald velvet blazer with jeans and a T-shirt.
“We’re still into that whole luxe Renaissance look. A mix of tapestries, metallic embroideries and brocades. We’re also slowly moving into a ’90s vibe. I’ve been seeing a lot of that, even at Saint Laurent and pieces from Balenciaga, pieces like the bigger blazer and metallics in turtlenecks. Kendall’s really feeling the ’90s. In the ’90s, I worked at a Versace store in Boston, while going to [Emerson] College, so Kendall’s been wearing some of my old clothes I had in storage. Everyone is doing insane over-the-knee boots. JustFab has an awesome brown pair.”
Tailoring tip: “Add strong shoulder pads to any turtleneck or to a blazer in one size larger than you would ordinarily buy.”
New York Fashion Week: “I’m dressing Kendall, and am excited to see Tom Ford, Raf [Simons] for Calvin Klein and Marc Jacobs. And I’m interested to see what Shayne Oliver does for Helmut Lang because his line Hood by Air is on hold now, and I used it for ‘Lemonade’ on the album cover.”
Favorite L.A. shops: Elyse Walker in Pacific Palisades, Please Do Not Enter in downtown L.A. and Opening Ceremony in Beverly Grove. “I even put together the cutest belt bag at Home Depot when I was there looking for an air compressor. I always say to my assistant, ‘You have to walk into a place and see things differently.’ I can look at a dress and already see it as a high-waist skirt and midriff top or a bodysuit or the arms as leg warmers.”
Favorite L.A. brands: Adaptation, the Perfext, Amiri and Fear of God.
What she was wearing: A silver Marni blouse, drawstring chevron-print trousers of her own design, oversize Grey Ant aviator glasses and suede Alaïa stiletto hiker boots.
Clients: Janelle Monáe, Hailey Baldwin, Halsey and Tinashe
Current projects: “I’m dressing Hailey [Baldwin] for fashion month [in New York and beyond] and I’m designing Halsey’s arena tour [in support of her “Hopeless Fountain Kingdom” album] that kicks off Sept. 29, which is a lot with five looks and five dancers. Then Ms. Janelle Monáe has music coming [up], and Tinashe has a single coming out soon, too. So everyone’s in full-force mode.”
Key trends: “I’m excited that oversize blazers are coming back in spontaneous colors and herringbones and great plaids from Zara and JustFab to Balenciaga. For younger girls, it’s a fun piece to layer over a cropped top and be sexy underneath. Thigh-high boots are going on right now, and there are lots of way to style them, whether with suiting or a baggy T-shirt.”
Favorite L.A. shops: Just One Eye in Hollywood, Maxfield in West Hollywood, Barneys New York stores and Sorella Boutique in Fairfax.
What she was wearing: A DKNY T-shirt, Fear of God racer-stripe track pants, Lace by Tanaya crystal hoop earrings, layered rings and necklaces by Danielle Guizio, Shay, Jacquie Aiche and Lorraine Schwartz.á
Clients: Vanessa Hudgens, Ashlee Simpson and Veronica Dunne
Key trends: “I’m obsessed with socks. Glitter socks, sports socks, fun socks to wear with open-toe chunky high heels and dresses or skirts. It has a feminine, ’60s kind of vibe with a cute mini-dress. If you don’t feel like dressing up, wear a fabulous coat and belt it. Coats with embellished sleeves, whether it’s a big ruffle or rhinestones or spikes, are a big thing. And track pants, tight or baggy, to wear with heels or sneakers.”
Closet essentials: “A great pair of chunky low boots to wear with any outfit — from feminine floral dresses to jeans. And a slip dress because fall is all about layering. Throw a turtleneck under it, belt it and add a boot or throw a belted coat over it.”
Favorite L.A. shops: Vintage stores Resurrection and Decades in Beverly Grove. “The ’80s are really coming back now whether it’s the metallics or the brighter colors.”
What she was wearing: Love Binetti tapestry racer-stripe track pants and an off-the-shoulder For Love & Lemons top.
Clients: Lucy Hale, Kelli Berglund and Jake Miller
Key trends: “Every girl needs a killer trench coat to rock with cocktail dresses or jeans, and I’d get a fun color like blush pink. Burberry and Derek Lam have beautiful trenches, and JustFab has a millennial pink, military-inspired trench that I’m obsessed with. Then a great midi skirt because you can style it five different ways. I love the fit-and-flare silhouette because it’s nice and flowy with a little nod to the ’50s.”
Men’s trends: “Add a cardi to the mix. Even if your style is more bad boy, it looks cool to have a cardigan under a leather moto jacket. For the adventurous guy, I love nice leather pants with a polo shirt and Converse Chuck Taylors or boat shoes, a twist I recently saw in the Hamptons.”
Favorite L.A. shops: Alice + Olivia stores for dresses, Intermix boutiques and for guys, All Saints stores and Opening Ceremony in Beverly Grove. “I find the most affordable gems in little shops in the garment district and Santee Alley in downtown L.A. from suiting to trendy jewelry.”
What he was wearing: An embroidered Guess jean jacket, a Diesel T-shirt, Burberry jeans and Gucci fur-lined Princetown slippers.