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Plus, you can still shop her & Other Stories blouse.
Plus, you can still shop her & Other Stories blouse.
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Elle Fanning, Abbey Lee and company wear Saint Laurent, Giles and Armani in the controversial Nicolas Winding Refn film out Friday.
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And Khloé Kardashian posed for a very sexy 'Complex' cover.
And Rihanna discusses her love of sneakers.
The Emporio Armani girl this season was one of those girls who looks totally chic, seemingly without even trying. That gamine who looks feminine and smart regardless of whether she's wearing a skirt or a suit. ...Even if she has crazy super tight ringlets atop her head--as Armani's girls did.
Four cities, one season: Fall 2013. Nemo kicked the collections off and every city to follow added its own dose of wintry chill. Somehow all that cold weather caused a discernible note of restraint to float through the collections. Don’t worry--the passion and excitement were still there, but designers actively pursued defining new ways we can really dress next fall. These looks felt grounded in the return of the “Lady," as fashion’s pendulum swung away from the risqué, toward the refreshingly refined (spike-studded shoulders be damned). Check out our top trends for fall in the slide show.
Another season of Milan fashion is behind us, and the city's fashion designers gave us tons of that traditional Italian sex appeal and color, as well as sophisticated doses of ladylike glamour. Click through to see our 10 favorite collections from Milan Fashion week.
Maybe Mr. Armani, as his employees lovingly call him, is just as excited for the Great Gatsby as we are. There could be no question as to what decade the designer was mining for fall 2013: Between the cloche hats, subtle nods to orientalism, and drop waist silhouette on eveningwear, the roaring twenties were alive and well at the Emporio Armani show on Saturday.
Let me guess, you aren't reading this post from Milan, are you? No? Me either. That's why all of us sitting at our desks right now can be grateful that Milan's designers have fully embraced the live stream. Can you say P-R-A-D-A? And hello Ferragamo and Gucci! So, take a bathroom break at school/work/set an alarm to wake up at 2:30 in the morning to watch from your bed, glue yourself to your smartphone/computer and relish your front row seat at Milan's hottest shows.
We spend most of our time covering womenswear so we delight in the menswear shows because designers tend to take much bigger risks on the runway. Pink lace up bikini briefs? Intricate bondage? Quirky colorful top hats? Koosh-ball-like head coverings? It was all there on the runways of London, Milan and Paris. So we had to know: What do "real" men think about these outrageous ensembles? To find out, we reached out to our friends in the media who aren't fashion-affiliated--like Daniel Edward Rose of The Observer, Jo Piazza of Current TV, who, while a lady it's true, admits she has the mindset of a 13-year-old boy, and Elie Mystal of our brother site Above the Law. But we didn't stop there: we hit the streets of NYC to poll all the men we could find about these crazy looks.
Magic Mike opens today. Maybe you've heard of this male stripper flick starring the gleaming pecs and chiseled abs of Channing Tatum, Matthew McConaughey, Alex Pettyfer, Matt Bomer and Joe Manganiello that every media outlet--us included--can't get enough of? And, maybe, you are, like us, unabashedly excited to go see it, ASAP? Hopefully you are. Because to whet your whistle, we've rounded up fashion's own 'Magic Mikes'--the nearly naked male models strutting the runways right now in Paris. And while the Paris men's shows are only halfway done, these specimens of male perfection have already graced the runways of London and Milan, oftentimes wearing very little. The beginning of Versace's spring show and maybe all of Frankie Morello's are essentially strip-club ready. Have a look. Happy Friday and you're welcome.
It was only a matter of time right? Like any good fashionable pop star (Beyonce, Jessica Simpson, Jennifer Lopez, etc.,) Rihanna is designing a clothing line. She's teamed up with Emporio Armani Underwear and Armani Jeans on a small capsule collection, which will hit stores worldwide mid-November, Elle UK is reporting.
MILAN--When Emporio Armani’s models marched down the runway wearing straw boater hats and menswear inspired black and white cuts, one word came to mind: Coco. Sure, that’s an obvious one, but it’s a risky bet to take when Chanel’s last couture collection opted for similar headpieces and a similar (and hallmark) color palette. But this resemblance was fleeting. Soon the collection was spiced up, but discreetly: glitter slips poked out of dresses, sleeveless jackets were done in sequins, and dog collar necklaces were worn over the white shirts. Yet the clothes still maintained the clean-cut, menswear-inspired look--think blazers with cropped black trousers and white seams.
Well here's something to perk you up this Friday morning: New images have just been released of Rafael Nadal, clad in just his skivvies, for fall's Emporio Armani underwear and Armani Jeans campaign. The campaign, shot by Steven Meisel does the tennis star justice--but then again, with those abs, it's not exactly hard. Beckham better watch out--all Nadal needs is a pop star/designer famous wife and he may soon replace the soccer legend (and former Armani model) as the hottest athlete out there. Click through to see the rest of the images from the steamy campaign.