Co-founder of Nappahead wearing Coach SS15 -
| COACH X BASEMAN BUSTER LE FAUVE HANDBAG T-SHIRT |
| WILD BEAST PRINT SKIRT | TURNLOCK SHOWER SLIDE
Cartoon characters crawling across sweaters and decorating leather bags. Parkas made from pastel synthetic fur fluff. Shower slides and platform clogs. Stuart Vevers isn't holding anything back in his repositioning of Coach. On the runway, at least, this is not the classic, all-American brand that your mother and your grandmother knew. Revisiting the archives was a route that Vevers, installed as creative director last year, could've chosen, but so far that doesn't seem to be his plan. Yes, he's looking at American iconography (see: the gas station set and the photos of the Texas Panhandle lining the runway). And he's a keen observer of the country's iconic youth cultures—he mentioned music, surfing, and skating backstage. But he sees those things with an expat's eyes. Vevers, who is British, is bringing his London vibe to Coach; it's youthful, playful, a bit twisted. via Style.com and whoareinvited.com
As the token Canadians in any room, we're suckers for anyone who actually plays by the maxim, 'work hard and be nice to people'. We're of course all for laying down the law as needed and resent the idea that women should have to err on the right side of authoritative should their assertiveness be mistaken as bitchiness. But it warms our sparkle emoji hearts to see someone authentically and genuinely nice make it in a major way. And when that someone is stylist Sally Lyndley, well, how could it not?
Throwing open the door to her Venice apartment bright and early one Saturday morning, clad in a sweeping floor-length kimono (the very one you see here), Lyndley welcomed us in with open arms, her dog bounding along by her side. After ushering us in and saying our hello's, Lyndley bounced around her bedroom, unveiling piece after historied piece from her crammed closet, before springing up three flights of stairs to shoot on her rooftop. Fresh off of styling and shooting Rihanna's recent series of WKorea covers (yup, as in multiple. Four covers in four insane hours in L.A.'s Chinatown), we gossiped as she touched up her makeup in between looks. That full-length, denim jumpsuit, not unlike that of a sexy car mechanic's totally required a slick of almost black lipstick—hello, Rih's influence. Via Coveteur.com
The collection consists of four looks that are inspired by different fairytale stories,This season’s collaborative, French-Vietnamese illustrator Sophie Traverse, is knownfor her ability to capture youthful and inspirational drawings. The active wear series consists of various prints, in which two of the looks carry fluorescent designs.
Providing that Dress In Print’s active wear not only allows you to go to gym but its versatility to carry you from the day to night.
In addition to that Dress In Print has also teamed up with Fight Factory Gym (FFG) which is a martial arts and gym center. FFG has established itself by providing unique martial arts training as it is commonly known sport that allows you to burn three times more calories than any other sport. Together, Dress In Print and FFG will be giving-away a free one-of-a-kind personal training class with any purchase set from the collection to the first one hundred customers.
About Dress In Print
In the world of Dress In Print, we believe in better connect the world by bonding individual art souls. Our vision is to develop a new fashion stream for hidden talents; break traditional rules for an innovative platform because we create differently.
The way Dress In Print instigates is to speak through our prints as we dig deep into potential elements that are constantly inspiring each other. Every single pieces of Art is a performance and as our favourite quote says, ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’.
Our team is hugely experimental when it comes to creation. We deem that a good piece of art can stand out for itself without fame and money. Dress In Print’s designers focus on founding the most elite print styles with mixed media; from hand drawings to digital software; and put them into our favourite darling designs to brighten up every lady’s wardrobe. Would you like a piece of true art fashion?
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Following up its Super Role Model campaign featuring the women, Lindex presents its spring-summer 2015 advertisements with Toni Garrn, Liya Kebede and Christy Turlington. The models wear bohemian chic looks with contemporary aesthetics in the photographs. From striped jumpsuits to lace shorts and bold patterns, the three stunners’ beauty shines through in the studio snaps. Via Fashiongonerogue