The collection, set to hit stores May 25, is full of summery staples that look like they were sourced straight from the Rihanna’s closet.
Last night Hollywood’s elite–from Carey Mulligan to Gwyneth Paltrow–came out to celebrate Tiffany & Co‘s newest collection at the Blue Book Ball (the first time it’s been held in New York in decades). But while the stars were bright they were no match for the jewels on display.
Click through to see highlights of the collection.
Gap’s new creative director Rebekka Bay officially started work October 1, 2012–and in Gap’s fall look book, we’re finally getting a glimpse at Bay’s influence. Doesn’t it look expensive? And super sophisticated? And vaguely Cos-like?
Well if it does, it’s probably because Bay, who helped found Cos, had a hand in the way the look book was styled and presented.
While the currently available styles are a fun, not-too-serious mix of ’80s-inspired prints—I love the windowpane check and the blue paint splatter best—fall’s focus is a deep, dark palette with just a hint of ’70s ski bunny. But whatever era Kate Spade Saturday is channeling, the sporty, modern feel is the same.
Click through for a first look at the fall collection. And shop Kate Spade Saturday’s spring offerings at Saturday.com.
Her latest look book stars Troian Bellisario, aka Spencer Hastings from my fave show Pretty Little Liars.
Betsey Johnson’s main collection may be shuttered forever, but that hasn’t stopped the most energetic 70-year-old on the planet from expanding her fashion legacy. After Steve Madden invested in the company, they decided to take the Betsey brand down a few price points and focus on what she arguably does best–dresses.
Here’s a first look at her new lower-priced dress line.
Literally the best fashion film ever.
As you may have noticed, we’ve been having some serious tech issues lately. There’s been much hair pulling and maybe some drinking of leftover champagne we found in the office. But Madewell’s spring look book still managed to brighten our spirits during vicious spambot attacks.
That’s because spring 2013 may be Madewell’s most playful, exuberant collection yet.
Remember the Olympics? Seems like such a long time ago! Well, you can get a peek at some of your favorite ladies from the Games–like soccer player Alex Morgan and track and field hottie Allyson Felix–in Nike’s Spring 2013 look book.
As we head into the holiday eating season, perhaps these ladies will inspire you to get moving–after indulging in that second piece of pie, that is. Click through to check out the whole look book.