Celebs managed to turn the sporty bike shorts into a sexy fashion moment. These skin-tight shorts are one of the biggest trends right now. Kim Kardashian didn’t invent cycling shorts, but she is for sure guilty of bringing them back into the spotlight. Among the other stars who can’t get enough of bike shorts are Bella Hadid, Jasmine Sanders, Kendall Jenner and more. Flip through this article to get some inspo on how to rock this risky trend.
Isabel Marant is bringing you all the chic pieces you need to nail that French gal effortless style. The Resort 2019 collection is full of easy-to-wear garments that will instantly catch your eye. Starting from the Insta-worthy sweaters to the relaxed-fitting pants, the designer is all about blending fashion and function in the Resort 2019 lineup. The color palette is one of the main factors you can’t overlook this collection. Isabel Marant used everything from neutrals such as black and white to millennial pink, bright orange, pale yellow and more to add life to her designs which resulted into a fun yet polished lineup.
Isabel Marant is committed to continuing the corduroy trend in 2019. This fabric that was once considered old-fashioned got a lot of attention from fashionistas last fall and winter. After seeing our favorite influencers flaunting chic corduroy pieces on Instagram we started seeing it as trendy and appealing. Isabel Marant is here to prove that corduroy deserves its spot on the fashion scene. The designer offered oversized blazer, retro bell-bottoms, and chic high-waist mini skirt in the prettiest pale pink-hued corduroy.
The Isabel Marant Resort 2019 collection is full of pieces that can refresh your wardrobe without much effort. For instance, the ultra violet sweater can spice up a neutral outfit. Moreover, the orange one is great for creating color-blocking combos. It’s up to you to get playful – the good thing is that Isabel Marant is offering ways to brighten up your style with no effort. That, in fact, is the motto of the effortless French chic.
For ladies who live their life on the road, the French designer has many options that go from day to night. You could really relax in her breezy dresses during the day and dress them up a bit with heels and accessories for the night.
In the Isabel Marant Resort 2019 collection, no one is left out. There are power suits and polished pieces for working ladies that will carry them through their busy days. On the other hand, there are street-ready staples in the form of oversized denim, brightly-hued tops, and chic jackets that millennials would love to check out.
“These looks are all easy to put on and they bring you pleasure,” Marant told Vogue.
All about the pleasure it is the Resort 2019 collection. If you are looking for the easiest way to nail the beloved French girl aesthetic, Isabel Marant has all the answers packed into a casual yet classy collection.
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Designer Virgil Abloh who succeeded Kim Jones as the menswear artistic director at Louis Vuitton staged his first show for the fashion house in Paris. The designer was welcomed in the Louis Vuitton team back in March. This is his first collection for the infamous brand and fans couldn’t wait to see in which direction Abloh will take Louis Vuitton. His brand Off-White has already won the hearts of the street crowd.
Virgil Abloh was brought to the French fashion house to offer a fresh perspective on the brand’s aesthetic. The Spring/Summer 2019 menswear collection felt youthful and energetic. The show started with an array of all-white looks. Virgil managed to put together endless variations of monochromatic outfits that looked polished yet cool and street-ready. There was a head-to-toe white look paired with red gloves that announced the colorful part of the collection. Models in beige and pastel green ensembles hit the runway, some of them wearing occasional hints of color in the form of accessories. Somewhere in the middle of the show, electric pieces started parading on the runway. From neon yellow, bold orange, bright red to explosive tie-dye patterns, Virgil Abloh relied on maximalism at its best.
The Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2019 is one diverse lineup. Virgil played with everything from tailoring to oversized street-ready silhouettes. The A-list audience that included Kanye West, Kim Kardashian, Rihanna, Kylie Jenner, Travis Scott, Bella Hadid and more were impressed by Virgil’s debut collection and gave him a standing ovation. A number of women on the front row flaunted Virgil’s new designs. Kanye West who also sat front row got very emotional and congratulated Virgil as he took his final walk burying his head in his neck. They were both spotted wiping tears. Virgil Abloh is a long-time friend of Kanye West and the creative collaborator of his brand Yeezy.
Louis Vuitton is a fashion house praised for its accessories. This show once again cemented the brand’s status as an accessory force on the high-end market. In his debut collection for Louis Vuitton, among other things, Abloh focused on reimagining classic accessories such as wallets and begs. He showcased “accessomorphosis” which according to the designer are hybrids of accessories and garments.
Virgil Abloh definitely offered a fresh perspective on the Louis Vuitton‘s menswear pieces with his first collection for the brand. From minimalist staples to millennials’ favorites, the Spring/Summer 2019 lineup has it all.
Versace is having a moment right now. The brand has always been in the spotlight, but we can all agree that 2018 is a Donatella Versace year. It all began with the spectacular Spring 2018 tribute collection. Donatella honored her late brother by pulling his infamous prints from the archives and delivering them in an updated format. The grand finale gathered the biggest supermodels of the older generation, Carla Bruni, Cindy Crawford, Claudia Schiffer, and Helena Christensen. It was a show that went straight down to history.
But the Donatella Versace moment didn’t stop there. The designer got the honors to co-host the 2018 Met Gala: “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination. Naturally, some of the most breathtaking numbers on the red carpet were designed by no other than the genius Donatella. From Katy Perry‘s spectacular look to Kim Kardashian‘s ultra-glamorous liquid gold dress, Donatella undoubtedly ruled the 2018 Met Gala red carpet. The CFDA International Award Donatella received this year was the cherry on top. Donatella Versace had an energetic, good year and that reflects on the brand’s Resort 2019 collection.
The main star in the collection is mythological Medusa. She is a synonym of women’s independence and empowerment which perfectly resonates with Versace’s identity. For this collection, Donatella introduced an array of new electric prints in the brand’s recognizable aesthetic. Part of the collection was filled with hard-to-miss explosive pieces. Donatella added a touch of athleisure to some of the looks since she knows that millennials are obsessed with this sporty-meets-chic aesthetic.
The very eye-catching designs will for sure get a special spot in the wardrobes of the A-list clientele, but Donatella made sure the Resort 2019 lineup is well balanced. Part of the collection includes tailored pieces everyone from the young customers to busy ladies would find appealing. The color palette goes from pale pink and other pastel tones to electric hues such as vibrant red, neon pink, bright yellow and more.
You can’t expect a Versace collection without logo-infused pieces. This lineup, like all the others, celebrates the brand’s logo. Whether is in a form of striking prints or just written on the pieces, the logomania at Versace is a never-ending affair. The standout logo pieces include trending fanny packs that will most certainly become must-have It pieces the moment they become available.
The Versace Resort 2019 Collection is another feast for the eyes. Donatella Versace for sure deserves to be called a living fashion legend.