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But no athlete in any sport has cultivated a more distinctive style than Westbrook. Head-to-toe monochrome red outfits? Check. Elephant-print jackets? Sure. Acid-washed coverall shorts? Wore ’em on Jimmy Kimmel Live in September. (Think I exaggerate? Check out @russwest44 on Instagram.) Westbrook loves mixing high fashion and low, pairing couture with H&M. He won’t hesitate to take scissors to a $2,000 shirt if the mood strikes. His outré style has become so famous that when he got married in August, the ESPN headline read: “Russell Westbrook Gets Married, Wears Regular Tux.” (It was a Tom Ford.)
The proof that side-stripe trousers are no longer unacceptable for grown-ups was the fact that luxury designers went absolutely mad for them this season. There were skinny versions at Balmain, Prada showed them coordinating tops, while Valentino went straight-up retro sportswear. Basically, if you haven’t got lines down your legs for SS18, you’re not doing menswear right.
As for the rules of dressing like your dad (only much, much better): go for cropped designs or pinroll your jeans (pools of fabric at your feet are still not cool) and team with T-shirts, statement trainers, Chelsea boots and loose-fitting shirts in pastel shades. Skinny jeans, your vice-like grip is no more.
On his first birthday, the Prince toured the Natural History Museum wearing a simple pair of striped denim dungarees by Petit Bateau. They sold out even before the official picture was released. His first Christmas portrait was met with the same response. Sitting on the steps of Kensington Palace in a sleeveless, already-sold-out Cath Kidston tank top patterned with marching royal guards, shoppers spiralled into a festive frenzy, and the store rushed to re-add the knit to its range.
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Later that year, he sported a pale-blue sweater with his name emblazoned across the chest. It promptly became a bestseller, racking up 1,200 orders on My1stYears.com in subsequent days. Marcus Tagesson, chief executive of the premium retail site The Luxury Kids Group, says the impact the Prince can have on sales is immediate and tangible: “As with the so-called ‘Kate effect’, anything Prince George wears, we will see demand for those items increase quite considerably”.
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Description Tapered slacks with fun patterns and matching separates became more and more popular for teens and girls and drop-waist dresses with sailor-like bow details were also popular. Colorful plaids and bold striped patterns were seen on skirts and dresses for all ages.
Some might argue that the fashion industry was actually quite slow to adapt. In launching Baby Dior in 1967, the house of Dior was way ahead of the curve: it took until 1978 for Ralph Lauren to launch childrenswear, and even then he was something of a lone wolf. It was only in the 2000s that other fashion designers who showed their collections on the international catwalks decided to expand their reach, presumably reasoning that it was never too early to cultivate brand loyalty. Little Marc Jacobs launched in 2005; Stella McCartney Kids in 2010; Lanvin, Marni, Gucci and Fendi Kids all arrived in 2011, and Dolce & Gabbana brought up the rear in 2012. But the biggest player is Burberry, which reported £79m in revenue from childrenswear for the fiscal year 2013/14 – around 4% of the company’s total.
Description In 1963, girls liked tapered trousers and stylish pullovers along with jumpers to go over shirts with Peter Pan or ruffled collars. Fashionable skirts had a slightly slimmer line. Bow accents were also a popular look.
Description Pastels, pinks and checks were all popular for girls in 1962. Dresses and tops with special collar detailing, along with pleated skirts and button accents demonstrated playful spring fashions for girls. The sailor look and brightly striped dresses were also fashionable.
For professional men born before 1940, the side parted short back and sides was the norm in the UK, Europe and America from the early 60s until the end of the decade. Black men usually buzzed their hair short or wore styles like the conk, artificially straightened with chemicals. Blue collar white men, especially former military personnel, often wore buzzcuts and flat tops during the summer. During the early to mid 60s, rebellious Irish-American, Italian-American and Hispanic teen guys influenced by the greaser subculture often wore ducktails, pompadours and quiffs.
A stylist co-ordinates the clothes, jewelry, and accessories used in fashion photography and catwalk presentations. A stylist may also work with an individual client to design a coordinated wardrobe of garments. Many stylists are trained in fashion design, the history of fashion, and historical costume, and have a high level of expertise in the current fashion market and future market trends. However, some simply have a strong aesthetic sense for pulling great looks together.
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Sure, there’s a lot of 50/50 fashion out there (pyjamas for wearing outdoors, anyone?), but in-between all the catwalk looks trotted out for shock factor, there’s a heap of new stuff that’s not painfully boring and is thoroughly wearable. Ergo, it’s perfect for taking you from plodding pedestrian to menswear maestro.
Thus, the fashion show—titled “How to Discover America in Style”—awkwardly combined a tribute to Seventh Avenue with the president’s pet project. While the U.S. Marine Band played, models walked a white-carpeted runway set up in the State Dining Room. Shots of Mount Rushmore, the Grand Canyon and other U.S. tourist destinations flashed on a screen behind them. Several of the outfits displayed were conspicuously red, white and blue. “The fashion show has become an instrument of economic policy,” the Washington Post observed.
Child’s Stays. Green worsted wool stain, boned and lined with linen, with eyelet’s for lacing up the back, England or America (New York), 1740-1760. The waist measures 17 inches; the center front length measures 7 1/2 inches,1964-405.
In recent years, Asian fashion has become increasingly significant in local and global markets. Countries such as China, Japan, India, and Pakistan have traditionally had large textile industries, which have often been drawn upon by Western designers, but now Asian clothing styles are also gaining influence based on their own ideas.
Designers have eschewed all other eras to focus very clearly on the 1980s. The silhouettes are all in place (think nipped waists, strong shoulders, long, lean legs), and the muses are ones you’ll instantly be able to imagine: Diana, Princess of Wales, continues to influence high-fashion places, with Off-White’s Virgil Abloh citing the late style icon as his inspiration for his spring collection.
Jump up ^ Molnar, Andrea K (1998). Transformations in the Use of Traditional Textiles of Ngada (Western Flores, Eastern Indonesia): Commercialization, Fashion and Ethnicity. Consuming Fashion: Adorning the Transnational Body: Berg. pp. 39–55 .
In 2018, we predict you’ll see floral…and lots of it. Especially mixed-matched patterns of bright and bold floral. The key to pulling off this intimidating trend? Find pieces that share similar color tones.
As a former model—one reportedly talented enough to land an EB-1 visa on the basis of her “extraordinary ability”—Trump could be a supremely effective walking advertisement for American design. But apart an occasional nod to Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein or Michael Kors, she has chosen to wear foreign designers, even for high-profile public appearances and ceremonial events: a Roksanda Ilincic dress for the Republican National Convention; a Gucci pussy blouse for the presidential debate; Stella McCartney for the Thanksgiving turkey pardoning; a Chanel coat for the National Christmas Tree lighting; Delpozo to address the United Nations; Erdem for New Year’s Eve at Mar-a-Lago; an ivory Dior pantsuit for the State of the Union address; Pucci to welcome Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the White House; Mary Katrantzou for the Congressional Picnic; a Dolce & Gabbana gown for the Governors’ Ball.
Forget what you’ve heard about opposites attracting, menswear is going for the full-kit look this season. But before you channel Run-DMC in your Adidas Originals tracksuit and shell toes, there’s a disclaimer: we’re talking about tonal colour matching, not wearable billboards.
UBM Fashion has partnered with Fashion Snoops to bring you the top children’s trends for Spring / Summer 2018. Flip through the interactive trend reports below and discover THE need-to-know children’s trends in apparel, accessories and footwear for the up-coming season.
Neither Ms. Ferrara nor Mr. Rosen was all that impressed with the Gucci dress. Pointing to a side seam, where the print didn’t match up, he said, “On their main line, they would have never done something like this.” Ms. Ferrara said, “This would have all matched.” She noticed places on the inside where seams were puckered, known as roping. “The handling could be better,” she said. (A spokesman for Gucci, which makes its clothes in Italy, said the unmatched pattern was a design decision rather than a defect and that the company would need to see the dress to judge the roping properly.)