Best Street Style Pics From the Spring 2017 New York Men’s Shows By Phil Oh

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Fashion Alert! Chanel Resort 2017

Karl Lagerfeld’s Resort shows for Chanel are things of legend: either staged in some exotic locale or inspired by one. Unbeknownst to many, the fashion icon has had a love affair with Latin music for decades—winning contests in tango and cha-cha and demonstrating that his dance moves are as precise and lovely as his design prowess. He titled his latest assortment for the French fashion house “Coco Cuba” and staged it as you may have guessed in good old Havana, Cuba.  chanel-resort-2017-1  chanel-resort-2017-2   chanel-resort-2017  chanel-resort-2017-3  Transitional season collections are always the most wearable out of what a brand offers all the year on the runway—subject to change of course with the rise in the see-now, buy-now approach. So many of the ensembles here felt completely approachable: knit, off-the-shoulder tops, functional shorts, office-perfect tweed sheaths, and metallic slides.  chanel-resort-2017-4  chanel-resort-2017-5  chanel-resort-2017-6  chanel-resort-2017-7  Dramatic feathered sleeves, graphic t-shirts, colorful lace pencil skirts, and menswear-inspired oxfords and wingtips ushered in the nods to Havana’s statement-making style signatures.  chanel-resort-2017-11  chanel-resort-2017-8  chanel-resort-2017-10  chanel-resort-2017-9  And naturally where looks fell short in the wearability department, they excelled in the red carpet arena. An off-the-shoulder mini dress with crisscross straps and ruffle detailing is already on the watch lists of Hollywood’s youngest starlets, while a cropped blazer and white tulle skirt pairing was just the right sophisticated touch for those who like to borrow from the boys now and again.  chanel-resort-2017-12  chanel-resort-2017-13  chanel-resort-2017-15  chanel-resort-2017-14  Some of the ensembles missed the mark with one too many focal points, prints, and accents.  chanel-resort-2017-16  chanel-resort-2017-17  chanel-resort-2017-18  chanel-resort-2017-19  But fashion never stops and naturally, neither does Karl Lagerfeld. Up next for the brand is a photoshoot for the collection and the announcement for its next Métiers d’Art show in December.  chanel-resort-2017-20  chanel-resort-2017-21  chanel-resort-2017-23  chanel-resort-2017-22  In the meantime, we’ll have the chance to see a few of these looks on the red carpet, at photocalls, and parties at the upcoming Cannes Film Festival.  chanel-resort-2017-24  chanel-resort-2017-25  chanel-resort-2017-26  chanel-resort-2017-27  Thoughts on the latest from Chanel?  Images: VOGUE.com

Karl Lagerfeld’s Resort shows for Chanel are just legendary, with clothes screaming the deafening yet desirable sounds of luxury, one has needs a year to take it all in.  The show is normally staged in some exotic locale or inspired by one. Unbeknownst to many, the fashion icon has had a love affair with Latin music for decades—winning contests in tango and cha-cha and demonstrating that his dance moves are as precise and lovely as his design prowess. He titled his latest assortment for the French fashion house “Coco Cuba” and staged it as you may have guessed in good old Havana, Cuba.   Continue reading

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Olajumoke takes her first catwalk lesson – walks her first fashion show (photos)

Olajumoke! The beard seller turn Millionaire by night virtually!  Who isn’t happy or jealous for her?  No wonder brands are just fighting over her, she like a free advert sign.  Kudos to her! See more photos and a video after the cut…

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Hot! or Hmm… Rita Ora’s In 2016 Couture Orange Lace Up Mini Dress

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Rita Ora took to the Atelier Versace Spring 2016 Couture Fashion Show and instead of fiving her the Orange Lace Up Mini Dress worn by Joan Smalls they gave her what people are calling a Knock Off version.  Hmmm or was it done intentionally?

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Show Review: Balmain Fall 2016 Menswear

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Balmain is gradually turning into a menswear heaven, it is one of the few fashion houses in Paris that are making men to actual stand up and by some quality clothes with beautiful designs for themselves.  Olivier Rousteing has truly evolved from an “It” designer to one of fashion powerhouses.  His designs always seems to bring out your innermost “flamboyant but stylish Bill Gates” lol. Continue reading

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