Grant Krajecki's diffusion line for Urban Outfitters, Grey Antics, has proven so successful that the Los Angeles-based designer is offering it at more retailers this fall, including Neiman Marcus and Bloomingdale's.
The popularity of Grey Antics makes sense: Krajecki's pieces are super-casual, yet super-special at the same time. It's difficult to balance the two, but he does it well.
In fact, I know this from experience. I picked up one of the sundresses at Urban this past weekend, subsequently becoming the belle of the barbecue. (Seriously, I got loads of compliments!)
Click through for a sneak peek at Grey Antics' fall collection.
Can't get enough of Prada's amazing and cerebral videos? Well here's another dose of Miuccia's medicine.
"Real Fantasies" is Prada's latest video directed by James Lima. Prada models show off their best dance moves (which range from Ginta's groovy hip swings to Stam's walk-in-place technique) to a variety of surreal, uncanny, and psychedelic backgrounds courtesy of OMA, Rem Koolhaas' hip architectural collective founded in the '70s. Existing somewhere between art image and fashion promotional film, "Real Fantasies" is sure to make anyone wish that their reality was filled with banana-prints and striped heels.
For those of us who love the Kate Spade attitude but are more tomboy than girly girl, the brand's Kate Spade Saturday offshoot—which launched this spring—is something of a sartorial godsend.
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.