The other ultimate celebrity tastemaker, Kim Kardashian, has also been spotted in snakeskin pants recently, so we know this trend has legs.
Milano always brings the sexy. But this season, Fashion Month's third stop also brought forays into Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy-worthy quiet reserve and gallery-caliber, fine-art motifs. Click through to check out the top 10 trends spotted at the Milan spring 2014 collections.
It was a pretty exciting season to be at Milan Fashion Week, what with new designers coming to the forefront, old designers trying new things, Anna Wintour making the rounds, and that Prada collection. There was a lot to see, so here's what it looked like from my iPhone's point of view.
A perfume has to be an obvious extension of a designer's aesthetic, and sometimes the bottles and packaging look amazingly similar to looks that have gone down the runway. Don't believe us? Here are 10 new perfumes and their twins from the runway.
Ciao bellas! Now that Milan is in full swing, check out some of our favorite looks. The European shows never disappoint beauty-wise, and this season is no exception so far. From the Fendi fur-hawks to Prada's drenched damsels, click through to see what's going on backstage in Italy this week.
It's the halfway point of Milan fashion week and we are just hitting our stride. Here's everything you need to know about the swinging sixties style at Moschino, Just Cavalli's colorful prints, and Emporio Armani's understated ladies.
The past weeks have seen a flurry of SS12 campaigns come pouring in, from Givenchy's moody beach scenes to Chanel's acrobats. In the mix, we couldn't help but notice a few resounding trends, some stranger than others. On the more expected side of the spectrum are beachy seascapes and smiling models - typical summertime tropes. But more unusual trends are emerging, like models standing around cars. If the auto industry needs a reboot, maybe they should just get Gisele to stand in front of a Chrysler? Click through our gallery of trends in the spring 2012 campaigns, so far. With ads still to be released from Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen, and Céline, there are sure to be some more kooky trends, though maybe none as weird as Helena Bonham-Carter's sickly spots for Marc Jacobs... We'll just have to wait and find out.
MILAN--Even though Emporio Armani's Spring/Summer 2011 collection was dedicated to the "fancy girl" and a (butchered) version of Lou Reed's "Walk on the Wild Side," opened the show, Emporio Armani was anything but wild and fancy. The collection was chic work wear: Pewter and titanium shift dresses that were belted, structured skirts paired with cropped tailored blazers, and tiered chiffon dresses and tops that recalled the underside of jellyfish. The stand-out feature of the collection was a stretch tulle knee-length skirt seen under just about every skirted look in shades of gray. It added interest and edge to the otherwise sensibly chic collection.