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11 Animal Print Looks to Unleash Your Wild Side This Fall

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What to Watch: More Tailored Aesthetic Hitting Men’s Stores for Fall

Fall is coming, and with it, men will be leaving their shorts and flip-flops in the back of the closet — and this year reaching for a blazer.
Although streetwear and ath-leisurewear have been all the rage in the men’s market for the past few years, the pendulum has begun to swing back in the other direction. The first hint came during the fall runway shows in Europe last January when there was an undeniable shift toward a more dressed-up aesthetic. Those looks are just now hitting the retail floors, raising the spirits of merchants who have historically built their businesses on the back of men’s suits and sport coats.
Although their expectations are high, stores also realize they can’t just hang a sea of navy, black and gray suits interspersed with the occasional patterned sport coat on their floors any more and expect them to sell. Streetwear and activewear have had an indelible impact on the industry and men are not looking for their father’s — or even their grandfather’s — suits. Guys have gotten used to be being comfortable and they’re searching for features that will let them move while keeping them cool and dry.
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Clara Daguin Couture Fall 2019

The domed Chapelle Expiatoire tucked into a quiet square in the 8th arrondissement, built on the original burial site of Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette, provided the mystical backdrop for Clara Daguin’s first couture presentation.
The 2016 Hyères finalist, who specializes in combining artisanal techniques with technology in a form of science fiction meets fashion, showcased a single creation. Dubbed “Atom” and worn by her sister Mélanie like a living installation, her dress — if that is what it can be called — undulated in time to the soundtrack, activated by sound thanks to the circuits worked into the fabric.
Like the rings of gas that surround certain planets, four gauzy halos oscillated and glimmered around a column dress completely covered in five kilograms of glass beads, mirrors and neopixels, a pattern like a double-helix flickering mysteriously.
The creation of the design necessitated 3,142 hours of handiwork by a team of 31 helpers. Even in fashion’s tech-driven future, craftsmanship has its place.

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Zuhair Murad Fall Couture 2019

With North Africa as inspiration, Zuhair Murad worked traditional carpet patterns into richly colored jacquards and hand-beaded jackets — using them to bring a new flavor to his world of decadent sensuality.
“I like in every collection to search for a theme and to let people dream, and enter the dream somehow,” Murad said before the show. His North African jaunt, which he called “Mirages et Oasis,” came in deep reds and purples, infused with Lurex, as well as some jazzy, solid-gold statement numbers. Last season’s pleated pastel rainbow dress — worn by Chiara Ferragni last week in an Instagram post that garnered more than 500,000 likes — came in gold renditions, one with a muted leopard print and embellished with sequins, and another with an iridescent sheen and a matching cape that billowed out behind.
Also in the heart-stopping category: a fiery orange chiffon dress with puffs of feathers lining the cape — the airy gown flowing from a tightly wrapped bustier.
Murad keeps it all highly elevated, yet he relishes contradictions. Here, he used velvet as a contrast to the shimmery and beaded sides of the collection, lending a quiet softness to the high volume lineup.
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Viktor & Rolf Couture Fall 2019

The prime definition of glamour as “an attractive or exciting quality that makes certain people or things seem appealing” links it unquestionably to the world of couture. Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren considered another facet of the word and started an “investigation into the original meaning of the word — casting a spell,” Snoeren said.
They had, they said at a preview, wanted to work with Claudy Jongstra, a fellow Dutch artist who has embraced sustainability in her work. To create felt such as the one used as a cornerstone of this collection, she raises her own flock, shears their wool herself and then dyes them using only plant pigments taken from her organic garden — including the elusive “Burgundian black,” a medieval recipe that produces a deep black with red undertones, which she redeveloped. Talk about a process.
But there was no preaching message behind Horsting and Snoeren’s musing. Rather, they wanted to inspire action. As the general feeling of doom about the environment rises on all sides, the designers wanted to “show something that would give a positive message,” Horsting said. “To cast a positive spell that says things can be done,” Snoeren added.
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Jean Paul Gaultier Fall Couture 2019

Guests arriving at Jean Paul Gaultier’s headquarters in the sweltering afternoon were offered a choice of refreshments: a Magnum ice lolly or a glass of Champagne. Either one was perfect fare to settle in and watch the pregame entertainment.
Dressed in full evening gowns, guests crowded onto the catwalk to pose for photographs. Drag queen Violet Chachki furiously fanned herself as she greeted Swedish p.r. Fredrik Robertsson, rocking a green sequined hooded dress. Catherine Deneuve swooped in on Alber Elbaz, running her fingers through his bleached hair.
In a corner, Christina Aguilera sat with a sour expression as camera flashes went off in her face. Meanwhile, Hong Kong billionaire Stephen Hung, wearing silk Versace pajamas and velvet slippers, maintained an impassive expression behind his mirrored Ray-Bans. Robert Altman, eat your heart out.
By the time the show kicked off at 3:15 p.m. to the sound of Technotronic’s “Pump Up the Jam,” the space was filled with the kind of nervous energy one usually finds in a nightclub. Whoops and cheers greeted the first looks down the runway, including a quilted jacket that looked like it was made of fur.
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Guo Pei Couture Fall 2019

If one believes in the multiverse theory, it’s entirely possible that Guo Pei’s creations are just the thing to wear when stepping out for a formal occasion. Such was the premise for a collection titled “Alternate Universe” that read as a Neil Gaiman-esque mythology in which goddesses of all creeds mingle among mortals. After all, what else to conclude from a show that starts with a pair of conjoined twins appearing from under a crow-laden arch?
That the Chinese couturier kept to a predominantly cream, metallic and gray palette gave her collection a cohesiveness reminiscent of Greek statuary. And details emerged despite the profusion of embellishments.
Embroidered scenes on dresses depicted “angels and Satan sit[ting] next to each other,” “monkeys sitting on the king’s throne under the guidance of prophets,” flocks of birds and esoteric motifs in the manner of illuminated manuscripts. There was one ballgown decked out as a human puppet theater, strings held by some sort of animal. A crow was perched on the shoulder of another gown with ballooning sleeves.
The final look was a complete tableau, the model in a marigold dress framed by a green knoll of silk chiffon grass, garment and landscape bleeding into each other.
Throughout, kilometers

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Maison Margiela Artisanal Fall Couture 2019

Chinos, lederhosen, breeches, flares — they’re not just kinds of pants. They’re among the historical research materials pictured in vintage photos on John Galliano’s Maison Margiela Artisanal mood board, from which he distilled a plan “to explore the trouser and how that could be transformative.”
Yes, Galliano believes in the power of pants (he prefers “trousers”) to transform, not only from one item of clothing into another, but an entire belief system as represented by sartorial selection. But I’m getting ahead of myself.
In the couture collection he showed on Wednesday morning, Galliano offered part three of his exploration of decadence. “Before, we were feeling the excess, and now I’m feeling we’re in decay, reflected by the breakdown of social structure. I’m feeling impulsive and anarchic,” he said in contemplative mode during a preshow visit at the very on-brand headquarters, a bastion of beautifully curated, chic dishabille. He then added a wry rejoinder. “I sound like a teenager, don’t I?”
Not at all. Nor did he sound like a typical designer during a typical preview. Galliano’s fashion speak is often dense. Talk of decadence moving toward decay led him to observe that “so few of us remember how to rely on instinct,” and

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Valentino Couture Fall 2019

The magic continues. On Wednesday night at the Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild, Valentino’s Pierpaolo Piccioli staged another dazzling show. Make that an event, one without the bells and whistles of a major set, but with a high-intensity front row that itself dazzled — Gwyneth Paltrow and Celine Dion in white, and Piccioli’s new BFF Naomi Campbell, who didn’t get the white memo and instead rocked hot pink stripes and a floppy hat. Their row of honor was anchored by Valentino Garavani and Giancarlo Giammetti. (The positive relationship between the house and its founders, who cashed out years ago, is a lovely anomaly.)
The audience settled in for the latest turn in a brilliant series that has catapulted Piccioli to the forefront of the haute oeuvre. After the passing of Karl Lagerfeld and with John Galliano doing fascinating experimental work at Maison Margiela, Piccioli is its undisputed leader. His belief in couture’s ongoing relevance is well-known, including that even haute can espouse inclusivity as indicated by last season’s casting of mostly black models.
“It’s important today to dream of a world without boundaries, where everyone can live their own routes, everywhere. It’s just a dream, of course,” Piccioli  said during a preview. The

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Alberta Ferretti Limited Edition Fall 2019

Alberta Ferretti did not hold back with her Limited Edition demi-couture collection, with bold designs and intricate 3-D embroideries, which belied an underlying simplicity. Indeed, simplicity was a starting point for the designer, who said she was looking to “create a new silhouette with new, important volumes,” with an eye on “personalization and eccentricity” at the same time.
Big bows, sculptural sleeves, capes and draping on beautiful fabrics such as radzmir contrasted with simple silhouettes. Ferretti said the designs reflected “a woman’s strong identity,” which has always fascinated her and she enthused about “a dress that can move, accompany and transform a woman.”
This season, the designer also further elaborated the marine theme she developed for her latest resort lineup, shown in May in Monte Carlo, with fairy-tale lamé embroideries on jacquard gowns that looked like the seabed of an ocean, or delicate chiffon slipdresses embellished with degradé sequins that had a wet effect similar to “drops that fall off the body,” said the designer, reiterating her ongoing fascination with nature.
What Ferretti dubbed an “unexpected color palette” of acid sherbet green or mustard, with touches of vivid red, contrasted with the blues and azures of the sea theme.
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August Getty Atelier Couture Fall 2019

August Getty’s gothic, theatrical “Enigma” collection visited a dark, melancholic world of graveyards and masquerade balls. One armor-like minidress was molded from resin like an ornate tombstone, complete with a gargoyle on its shoulder. Another, in black leather, had a pannier skirt and crawled with Swarovski spiders.
“Think of it as a ceramic umbrella,” Getty said when explaining the technique used to create another of the dramatic, sculptural pieces in his fall couture collection, his second. The design in question was a pair of voluminous pants hewn from white silk to look like Pierrot’s ruffled collar and a matching top that covered the arms and torso, enveloping the body.
Providing a contrast from black and white, mint green velvet was worked with a grid-like embroidery of pearls on a mid-length bustier dress, its silhouette exaggerated with a bustle, and was intended to give the effect of oxidized copper. In a darker manifestation of forest green, an allover sequin gown embroidered with ostrich feathers at its hem reproduced a ghost-like cherub’s face come to haunt Getty’s morbid but creative underworld.

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Couture Fall 2019 Trend: Acropolis Now

It could be the cultural moment. Or maybe couturiers just can’t get enough of a glorious classical inspiration. Either way, goddess looks were all over the haute runways, and they mesmerized.

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Atelier by Fang Couture Fall 2019

The technique of origami featured heavily in Yang Fang’s fall 2019 collection for Atelier by Fang, the couture line of the fashion label she established in 2013 upon returning to her hometown of Shanghai after studying fashion at Esmod in Paris.
“Kids nowadays play on iPhones and iPads, but when I was little I used to play with paper,” said the designer, speaking at her first couture presentation in Paris. “My grandmother used to give me sheets of white paper and taught me how to transform them into small animals like frogs and elephants, or stars and flowers. When I arrived at Esmod, I started doing the same thing with fabrics, in order to pay homage to my Asian heritage.”
A stunning black-and-white midi shiftdress was made of hundreds of hand-folded silk organza flowers. At their center were eye-catching Swarovski crystals. The brand was the first Chinese label to be tapped by the jeweler as part of its support program for young designers, and the partnership has been going on for nine seasons.
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Couture Fall 2019 Trend: Going Green

Everyone’s doing it. Green was the color of the haute season, in a range of shades from gentle to bold. At Armani Privé, Giorgio Armani worked a largely pastel palette into a lineup of ethereal gowns, including this pale seafoam trio. His goal: to capture “the impression…of a clear water surface reflecting a ray of moonlight or sunlight.” Mission accomplished, and beautifully so.

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Francesco Scognamiglio Couture Fall 2019

The iconic women who populated Capri’s nightlife, such as Veruschka, Brigitte Bardot and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, are the muses who inspired Francesco Scognamiglio’s couture collection.
Their elegant, feminine attitude was combined with influences from the Italian island, such as the colors of the sunset, which inspired the pink tone of a tulle dress. The nets of Capri’s fishermen echoed in the sparkling Swarovski crystal net sleeves of a draped minidress with a plunging V-neck, while the rich plaster decorations of Villa Lysis served as inspiration for the precious encrusted embellishment punctuating a wool coat.
Crystal starfishes and pearls gave an intriguing underwater feel to a slipdress, while a suit showing a constructed tulle jacket with a coordinated skirt was worked in a dark nocturnal tone, a nod to Capri’s legendary blue lizard living on the island’s signature Faraglioni rocks.

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Fendi Couture Fall 2019

The cinematic majesty of the Roman Colosseum as seen from the roof of the Temple of Venus and Rome took your breath away. It was one of those remarkable moments many of us in fashion are privileged to experience via our jobs, a moment to register for posterity not only on Instagram, but in the mind and heart.
That Fendi chose to show in Rome at this particular time was all the more special because the city meant so much to Karl Lagerfeld, who famously joined the company 54 years ago at the behest of the five Fendi sisters and stayed until his death in February. He often boasted that during that tenure, he’d visited the Eternal City more than 800 times.
Given that, Thursday night’s show was dedicated to Lagerfeld, but subtly so. Before the show, in a backstage area that was surprisingly functional given that its bones date to antiquity, Silvia Venturini Fendi, who had long coauthored the Fendi collection with Lagerfeld, said the brand had set its sights on a show at the venue some time ago, and that it was just a matter of when. When Lagerfeld died, “we said that the plan had to go [forward] and

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Armani Privé Couture Fall 2019

Let there be light! That seemed to be the edict from Giorgio Armani, who shunned his signature darkened venues this season to showcase his fall Privé haute couture collection in a sun-drenched gallery at the soaring Petit Palais museum.
It made for a perfect foil to his dazzling outfits, which were covered in enough crystals to give Elsa a case of fashion frostbite. Armani used them by the fistful, as a sparkly dusting on barely there mesh tops, in orderly rows on his signature pagoda-shouldered jackets, and as droplets of light on the sheerest of tulle skirts.
“The impression is that of a clear water surface reflecting a ray of moonlight or sunlight,” his show notes explained.
The designer said the collection, dubbed Armani Code, was inspired by the “folk” style of the late Eighties and early Nineties. At first it was hard to see what he meant, so far removed were his liquid fabrics and iridescent textures from the rootsy appeal of boho chic.
He opened with those razor-sharp jackets in evanescent shades of pink and blue, paired with silver velvet pants overlaid with a whisper of tulle. The first hint of a folkloric touch came in the polka-dot motifs, though Armani homed

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Moda Povera Couture Fall 2019

Olivier Saillard’s third outing for Moda Povera was like a lesson in life drawing, held in the Amphithéâtre de Morphologie at the Beaux-Arts, with its anatomical statues, chalk-covered blackboards and rough wooden benches.
The staging encouraged his students to stare attentively at the designs to capture their technique, based on Madame Grès’ draping and described by Saillard in an opening “lecture” as “like a form of therapy.”
He changed his medium for fall, shifting from the jersey T-shirts of his first two collections to white men’s cotton shirts in an 8XL size — mainly shipped in from the U.S., offering 17 different manifestations, draped, pleated and manipulated in a variety of ways to create new forms.
Collars, cuffs and sleeves were reshaped, creating new design details — pleating formed a hint of a ruff-like form at the nape of the neck on several designs, while others were pulled into a V-shape and left open in front.
Whorls of pleats created vortexes, pulling the shirts into new shapes, some dress-like, others with backs like capes, all worn over thick black tights and stilettos or espadrilles on Saillard’s three models — Axelle Doué, a former fit model for Madame Grès; Zoé Guedard, Saillard’s assistant, and Ania

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Yuima Nakazato Couture Fall 2019

Pushing further into experimental territory, Japanese designer Yuima Nakazato revisited the transformable silhouettes he created in seasons past using innovative materials that featured “Brewed Protein,” a sustainable fiber developed by Japanese biotech start-up Spiber using a process not dissimilar to beer manufacturing to create artificial proteins.
Set against a backdrop that included a shower of gold particles suspended in mid-air — a sculpture titled “Goldrain,” by Japanese contemporary art studio The Eugene, meant to nod to the mechanisms that created our planet — he mixed and matched materials, delivering a cohort of pared back shift dresses, color-blocked separates and outerwear with a sporty edge about them.
Visible seams, openings and partially detached panels made good use on the promise of the Type-1 snap closure in delivering adaptable, modifiable-on-the-go garments.
Backstage, the designer reiterated that he wanted to “design a new relationship between humans and clothes,” explaining that this fiber shared properties with human skin and that it could be “not a second skin, but become part of your skin.”
Nakazato further looked to the human body for inspiration, basing his color palette on a range of natural skin tones, from fair to deep. The red touch was the hue of blood, “everyone has the

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Giorgio Armani Taps Kate Moss for Fall Ad Campaign

ARMANI’S FIRST: There’s a first time for everything. Despite the fashion longevity of Kate Moss, the model has never fronted a Giorgio Armani campaign. This is changing with the Italian designer’s fall ads for his namesake brand. Armani has tapped Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, who have already collaborated with him in the past, to photograph Moss, who sports a new hairdo — a sleek, straight, fringed bob in a very light shade of blonde.
 

Kate Moss in Giorgio Armani’s fall campaign. 
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The photographs are in both black and white and color — emphasizing the collection’s “Rhapsody in Blue” theme, as Armani called it, after the Gershwin song.
The set is minimal, with a focus on the clothes and on Moss, in sync with the designer’s belief expressed earlier this year: “It’s time for elegance again.”
“A first-time interpreter of the Armani style to which her feisty, free-spirited sensual presence is brought to bear, Kate Moss stands out as a woman of singular beauty, whose personality and energy decisively set her apart from the fleeting fads of the moment,” said the company. The campaign will bow next week.
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The Reracs RTW and Men’s Fall 2019

Name: The Reracs
Main message: With her inaugural show during Tokyo Fashion Week, Naomi Kurahashi displayed just how to present classic pieces on a runway without boring the audience: make sure to have plenty of variety, use beautiful textiles, keep the pace quick, and employ inventive styling choices. The brand lived up to its profile, which says that it’s “backed by quality and practicality,” but proved that it has so much more to offer.
The collection was made up of variations on a pretty basic theme: straight-legged or relaxed, jogger-style trousers paired with V-neck sweaters or just about any kind of outerwear imaginable, all turned out in neutral tones of gray, black, navy, white and beige. But the superior construction and luxurious textiles elevated the collection beyond simple classics, with suiting material showing a drape resembling that of matte jersey, and a black pleather poncho turning more heads than it would have if it had been made from animal skin. The fabrics were so beautiful on their own that there was no need for flashy prints, but occasional flashes of Fair Isle, argyle or checked patterns kept things interesting.
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Mistergentleman Men’s Fall 2019

Name: Mistergentleman
Main message: Always one of the bright spots during Tokyo Fashion Week, Takeshi Osumi and Yuichi Yoshii’s men’s brand mixed easy tailoring with streetwear, outdoor and women’s wear influences for fall. Models walked the grass-like carpeted runway in retro, relaxed snakeskin print suits paired with satin double-breasted shirts and neckerchiefs, or velvet pants with roomy overcoats. The more casual looks included dad jeans, hooded sweatshirts and duck canvas jackets, all in neutral shades of gray, brown, khaki and black, interspersed with pops of purple, green and orange.
Osumi and Yoshii played with proportions, shrinking trenches and puffer jackets into crop tops and styling them over wool coats and loose sweaters. Moto, letterman and toggle jackets were chopped up into bib-like pieces and layered over outerwear, while a series of coats and jackets were cut from two contrasting fabrics: olive corduroy and gray wool flannel, or plush fleece with the same snake print from earlier pieces. Subtle feminine touches came in the form of silk scarves worn as belts over coats, and a handful of equestrian print jackets and shifts. The brand also debuted its latest collaboration products, including quilted bags made with Outdoor Products and a black satin bomber designed

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Cinoh RTW and Men’s Fall 2019

Name: Cinoh
Main message: Takayuki Chino has been heading his own brands for over a decade, but as one of the winners of the 2019 Tokyo Fashion Award, he staged a runway show for the first time this season. With it, he showed his audience just why Cinoh has reached levels of popularity that many Tokyo brands can only hope for, being carried by top retailers across Japan.
The designer showed a relaxed, slightly disheveled sophistication. A leopard print, plush fleece pantsuit and long, fringed straight skirts for women shared the runway with men’s suits that were reimagined with pullovers in the place of button-front jackets. Long satin dresses, pleather overalls, fuzzy knits and easy fit trousers were given a subtle injection of Nineties grunge when paired with oversize plaid jackets and shirts. The theme was also hinted at in the show’s soundtrack, which included an instrumental backing track of Nirvana’s 1991 hit “Smells Like Teen Spirit.”
The result: With equal parts elegance and comfort, it was a collection that will surely resonate with Tokyo’s fashion-forward youth, without alienating older consumers.

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Nobuyuki Matsui Men’s Fall 2019

Name: Nobuyuki Matsui
Main message: The first clue that Nobuyuki Matsui’s first Tokyo Fashion Week outing was going to be something unusual was the invitation: a small cardboard box holding a single air pillow, on which details of the show were printed. When audience members arrived, they were asked to step over the back of long benches in order to reach their seats. The long, narrow runway was strewn with air packaging, some filled with goose down, which popped under the models’ feet, adding a strange kind of percussion to the soundtrack.
Some of the clothes also incorporated the pillow-like pouches, which were tied with strings to coats or stuffed inside a tan leather vest that was cut to look like another form of packaging material. But the concept didn’t run through the entire collection, and some looks of simple pants and shirts felt bland and unimaginative. More interesting was Matsui’s modern take on tailoring, which included pullover vests and suits with exposed stitching, contrast fabrics, and trousers that were either cropped or cinched with belts at the ankle.
The result: The collection showed ingenuity and a fresh take on some men’s wear staples, but it was inconsistent and would have benefited from

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Postelegant RTW and Men’s Fall 2019

Name: Postelegant
Main message: One of the six winners of the 2019 Tokyo Fashion Award, Yuya Nakata’s fledgling brand (established only two years ago) aims to make “timeless modern wear with the best materials and details.” For the brand’s first collection shown on the runway, it did just that. The silhouettes were classic and refined, including different cuts of long coats, tailored trousers and calf-length dresses. And while they were beautifully cut to move with the body, it was the fabrics that set them apart from simple basics. Wool blends in sky blue and red, ribbed knits in the perfect shade of medium gray, a fine, bone-colored twill, and a trio of cloths all in dusty pink all begged a second look.
The result: A newcomer on the Tokyo fashion scene, Nakata proved himself as one to watch with a collection that went beyond elegant to something new and undeniably modern.

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Galvan RTW Fall 2019

“It’s kind of funny when you think about seasons anymore because what’s winter for someone is summer for another,” described Galvan’s Katherine Holmgren. ”There’s always so much travel in-between different locations and climates and temperatures.” Having an international customer who shops in varying climates, the team from Galvan looked to their creative director, Sola Harrison’s, recent trip to Bali to infuse a wintery jungle theme into their fall lineup. Lush green leafy hues ran throughout — simply sophisticated in floor-length slips or more daring in an emerald green sequined blazer with fringed details. Acid green also made an appearance in scuba-like materials, like a bustier minidress, mixing the surfer, beachy vibes and jungle landscapes of Ubud and Uluwatu.
“We’re always trying to make eveningwear — glamorous, yes — but with a dash of fun and youth…and a cool factor that’s often missing,” Holmgren described. The brand continues to do so — fall meant updated sequined — as well as velvet devore-offerings (in a great leafy print). A special edition hand-placed tiger printed velvet devoré shirtdress and slinky “Bali” scarf printed — found during Harrison’s travels — gowns made for great additions to round out the collection of multiple-climate appropriate attire.

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Ulla Johnson RTW Fall 2019

Ulla Johnson’s fall collection combined bold patterns, rich textures and flattering silhouettes in a lineup that exuded a romantic, adventurous and poetic sensibility. But its many diverse ideas were unified by an elegant, sophisticated attitude.
Nomadic and subtly bohemian references injected a charming feel into the clothes, which seemed designed for a chic globetrotter exploring the world with style. 
Shearling coats with tick stitching that created check patterns, as well as striped vests and overcoats with a rustic feel were matched with safari-like separates in graphic motifs, maxi leather skirts embellished with macramé inserts, as well as corduroy separates with tops that had draped, maxi shoulders. Flowers blossomed on both a sumptuous, maxi ruffled dress worked in a shining devore velvet and on jacquard frocks and separates lightened up by shimmering metallic threads.
The collection’s overall hyper-feminine allure was savvily tempered with more urban and minimal styles, including a workwear-inspired jumpsuit crafted from cream white denim, which was also used for a pair of carrot pants matched with a beautiful Peruvian baby alpaca handmade crochet sweater exuding exquisite sartorial quality.
Armed with impeccable taste and a very distinctive tone, Johnson delivered another solid collection that brought an intriguing multicultural, romantic vibe to

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Cute Fall Work Outfit Ideas for Every Day This Week

It’s about that time on a Sunday where we have that mid-brunch epiphany: I’ve got to plan my work outfits this week. But we’re here to tell you, stop fretting and enjoy that second mimosa. We’ve planned a stellar week of fall work outfits for you. All you need to do is follow these easy outfit formulas and tomorrow morning you’ll have that extra time to wait for the latte instead of that plain black coffee. Hey, you deserve it. And now, your week’s worth of outfits:

Monday
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Make-it-easy-Monday: Try a midi skirt with a fitted turtleneck. Pair them with midheeled pumps and you’re on your way! Now, coffee.

Tuesday
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As the week gets a move on, bust out your favorite fall sweater. Try a cable-knit style in any color with a black A-line skirt. Bonus points for slouchy knee-high boots.

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Hump day! You’re midway through the workweek—keep that style momentum going with a cute button-front denim skirt and a long cardigan.Team it up with booties or midcalf boots.

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Have fun going-out plans tonight? Throw on a printed blazer atop a pair of cropped trousers. Add edge to the look with boots instead of loafers or ballet flats. Remove the jacket once you leave the office and show off your sexy chemise for work-to-date perfection.

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TGIF! Your made it through the workweek. Make it easy on yourself and go for monochrome. When styling an all-black look, make sure to mix up the textures, so your look doesn’t fall flat. Grab your go-to moto and black skirt and throw on some sheer hose. Add flat ankle boots for sweet relief after a long week of heels and hard work!

For more work outfit ideas see:
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Your Fall Music Playlist pt. II

October has been a bit busier than expected, so this list features music from the past two weeks. Starting next week it will also include a Soundcloud list as well to include more electronic music, remixes, and upcoming artists.

An army of empowered female voices, nostalgic rock, and hip hop artists have been dominating the new releases this month. Part two of this October series was composed while traveling between Amsterdam, London, and Bologna. In Bologna, my favorite track was already playing in the hotel lobby.

Best New Track – Autograf, Janelle Kroll “Metaphysical”

This track seems to perfectly usher in the imminent transition between fall and winter, featuring the soulful and comforting vocals of Janelle Kroll. It always takes time for an artist to grow into their own, and it seems Kroll has arrived at this point, relaxed and ready. Since her feature last year on Dennis Ferrer’s track “Mind Your Step” (which confirmed that her sound can elevate the dance floor) she has made a slew of strong collaborations, no doubt increasing her demand as a vocalist. There has been a new song almost every other week this fall, and hopefully they will continue.

Other music added to the list –

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Forbidden Knowledge – Raury

All I Wanna Say – Lontalius
Fly Down – Stephen

Never A Woman – White Sea
The Game & Skrillex : El Chapo

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I am really interested in featuring new artists as well as established acts as part of this ongoing series. If you hear something that you love, or are releasing new music yourself, please send it to sb@iamseanbradford.com and you might see the track on the next list.

Any songs from October so far that should have made the cut?

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Berta Bridal Fall 2016

Berta Balilti sees her bride as a strong, confident woman who wants to look sexy — but still classy — on her special day. The designer delivered that combination in an opulent fall Berta bridal collection shown in the Grand Ballroom of the Plaza Hotel, a setting befitting her ornately regal gowns inspired by the aristocratic women of Western Europe. The focus was on body-skimming lace sheath gowns with the slightest flare hem, adorned with shimmering paillettes, intricate embroidery, timeless pearls or dazzling crystals — and, at times, all of them at once. To amp up the sensual appeal, Balilti showed looks with bare backs and plunging necklines, but also offered dramatic capes, voluminous tulle detachable skirts and intricate bolero jackets for brides who prefer to cover up for the ceremony.

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How to Transition Your Wardrobe for Fall, As Demonstrated by Selena Gomez

The arrival of autumn calls for a stealth reworking of our wardrobes. If you’re wondering how to seamlessly master the transition to dropping temps, look no further than Selena Gomez. While the 23-year-old pop star has been jetting from New York City to London to Paris, she’s arrived at each destination looking impossibly stylish (and weather-appropriate). With a few smart tricks, you can nail her approach to fall dressing: Give platform sandals the autumnal treatment by pairing them with opaque tights and a knit dress. Skinny jeans and open-toed heels become appropriate for cooler days when worn with a sleeveless mock-neck top. And if you’re ready to slip into slinky silk pajamas, follow Selena’s lead and team them with a red lip and heels for every October fete. Ahead, her best transitional looks of the season.
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Pronovias Bridal Fall 2016

For Pronovias’ first runway show in New York, designer Hervé Moreau was inspired by stories of different women with different types of bodies. Using lightweight fabrics such as Chantilly lace and silk Mikado to emphasize fluidity and movement, he celebrated the female form in sensual mermaid silhouettes cut close to the body, many with elongated trains and sexy, open backs. The show encompassed looks from the company’s signature collection as well as the Atelier Pronovias label, the latter notable for a few crisp, modern looks in silk crepe, some with sheer mesh and intricately embroidered bodices. Even Moreau’s ballgowns — of which there were only a few — evoked a spirit of lightness.

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10 Fun Fall Date Ideas That Cost Less Than $25

This fall, there are plenty of enjoyable ways to spend a day or night with your special someone that don’t include dropping a fortune on a five-course meal. Try these fun date ideas that will bring you closer, all less than $ 25!


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There’s no other accessory that screams fall quite like boots, and your search for the perfect pair ends here. Ahead, eight standout pairs for every budget.
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The Cool Girl’s Guide to Fall Makeup

We’ve come to expect a few things this time of year: The leaves will change, Pumpkin Spice Lattes will return, and sumptuous, moody makeup shades will replace the summer’s juicy brights. But this year, fall’s hottest makeup colors are as unexpected as they are bold. We asked makeup artist Robin Black to show us how to wear these eight un–seasonally appropriate hues.
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11 Un-Boring Ways to Wear Black This Fall, Courtesy of Style Icon, Kate Moss

Though this fall is all about rich, jewel-tones (think ruby, topaz, and sapphire), if you’re a. in a rush and don’t have time to contemplate what colors match before speeding out the door, or b. just simply aren’t into color, a black outfit tends to be your go-to.

The trouble is, sometimes black can read a bit boring.

Leave it to Kate Moss, whose style we pine over by the day, month, year, and decade (seriously, we’re still trying to copy her outfits from 1992), to find fresh ways to wear black for fall. Whether you’re aiming for a head-to-toe look, or just want to include few simple black pieces in your outfit, here, Moss offers 11 innovative fall outfits that are guaranteed to have you out the door and looking fabulous in 5-minutes or less. Hey, they don’t call her a style icon for nothing!

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The supermodel tops a basic black top and trousers with a spotted coat and matching belt. Easy!

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She makes black jeans look more put-together with a fine-striped T-shirt, a black blazer and a mini scarf.

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Here she rocks a striped T-shirt again, this time it’s with black trousers, thigh-high boots and a peacoat.

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We love a good utility jumpsuit and here, Moss cinches her’s with a black belt and tops it with a black jacket, giving it a bit more edge.

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For another un-boring black jeans outfit, pair a white or blue button-down shirt and top with a bomber jacket in army green, black, or navy.

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Moss tones down a pair of leopard-print pants with a gray T-shirt and a black blazer.

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A printed skinny scarf adds some dimension to an all-black look. Be sure to choose accessories with texture or embellishment, like these fringed booties.

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Capes can be a bit dramatic, so by pairing her fringed black cape with skinny black trousers, she makes the look less runway, more real.

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If you love wearing head-to-toe black, consider investing in a statement coat to make every single one of your outfits pop. Leopard may seem like a busy print, but it takes on a neutral vibe when paired with black.

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Pair your leather trousers with a subtly-printed silk blouse and a faux fur jacket.

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When in doubt, choose one item in your outfit to focus on and keep the rest to black. Moss makes her high-waisted army green trousers more tame with a black top and shoes.

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Need a New Fall Fragrance? Here Are Our Favorites

There’s something comforting about fall fragrances—they’re cozy, warm, deliciously spicy or woodsy. But they’re also as predictable as a pumpkin-spice latte. These new fall scents are fruity, floral, citrusy, and anything but ordinary.
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Trend Alert! Hair Accessories for Fall 2015

Accessories are a big thing for any outfit, with the potential to make or break a look or ensemble. While jewelry and gloves, bags and purses and everything in between might be quite necessary, few of us ever really stop to think about hair accessories.

You may have spent a whole lot of time primping and styling your locks but you have left it lacking some extra embellishment that could completely alter your appearance. This is unfortunate considering the many ways you could add to your ‘do and make it look that much more glamorous and unique.

Simple things really can make a whole world of difference, whether it is a clip or a bandana, a hat or a pin. You can get creative, fill it up to the tee or just let it be — a simple look that appears intriguing to say the least.

Recently, designers have presented us with some of the most decadent hair ornaments for the upcoming 2015-2016 fall/winter season. These ultra glam pieces will inspire you to add a touch of sparkle and glam to your tresses during the colder months.

If the fall 2015 designer collections are any indication, when it comes to your hair next season, you are going to want to put a bow on it — or a ribbon, or a pretty jeweled clip, or a graphic oversized barrette, or possibly even a brooch plucked from your jewelry box as the case may be.

Geometric clips (Suno), jeweled accents (Prada, Dolce & Gabbana), and slim monochromatic pieces (Rochas) offer plenty of alternatives for accessorizing even the simplest of styles and look that much better pinned into easy, imperfectly done hair.

Here, a look back at a few of our favorite fresh ideas, which we plan on putting into action, pronto.

Headbands

The stylists at Chanel dominated the fashion week runways with their chunky black satin headbands that pulled the hair back away from the face and added a dainty and feminine touch.

Although silk and satin headbands always appear chic, new textured bands such as leather or jewel-encrusted ones are also all the rage. Proenza Schouler showcased sleek leather headbands as well as some adorned with sparkles and added bands in thin strips.

Colored bands such as the orange elastic headbands worn at the Fendi show looked bright and refreshing and did a stylish job at keeping stray tendrils away from the face while bringing the focus towards the forehead region and the eyes.

Girly pink headbands from Honor were the perfect no-fuss accessories, adding to a woman’s femininity. At Gucci we saw white floral headbands placed atop blonde hair with pink edges, looking oh-so-beautiful and positively unique.

Dainty Bows

While the spring and summer seasons were full of huge bows, the fall and winter seasons have seen smaller, jeweled bows instead and certainly not as often. They appeared in multiple pieces on a single model’s head at Dolce & Gabbana, appearing to be a lovely combination of sweet and delicate as well as youthful with a mature outlook.

Pretty little bows were added to the ends of the braids at the Giles show as well, in soft satin and looking positively gorgeous against the platinum blonde of the hair. At Delpozo, onlookers were treated to the sight of oversized bow headbands that we just might grab in those pasty pink colors.

Jeweled Clips and Barrettes

Jewels in your hair may not be something you would normally go for, but they can appear to be quite lovely. Plus, they add bling to any ‘do, sprucing up any outfit just through the presence of something sparkling on your head.

That’s where the jeweled accents seen at Prada or even Dolce & Gabbana come in, from the colorful designs of the former keeping the hair looped to the side in place with those incredible barrettes to the gorgeous golden ribbon enamel and jewel encrusted roses of the latter.

The best looks, though, seemed to be the Chanel strike-through hair pins that went perfectly with the satin headbands while effectively adding retro to futuristic looks and keeping us with eyes trained on the runway, demanding more and more despite the fashion house’s elaborate and long collection for the fall and winter seasons of this year.

Head Scarves

While they were certainly not a common sight, headscarves and such headwear, such as the Agnes B tulle headwear and the Dolce & Gabbana options, were extremely intriguing and looked rather sweet tied in with the ponytails and updos.

Headscarves were tied on at Delpozo as well, coming in pastel pinks and navy blues and encompassing the whole of the head in a look that appears to be chic and Gypsy like.

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Cute of the Day: Adorable Dogs Wearing the Chicest Fall Sweaters

With all this talk about fall fashion trends, British women’s wear designer Ruby Rufus Isaacs felt that the fashion industry was ignoring one very key, very cute, four-legged demographic: dogs!

“I noticed there was a huge gap in the market, as more and more friends and customers were looking to buy something beautiful for themselves and for their dog,” said Rufus Isaac, who just launched her fall 2015 collection of Fair Isle, optic-print, and striped sweaters for your pooch. “I wanted to create a brand that focused on dogs looking as well dressed and fashion-forward as their owners, as well as keeping their best friends warm at all times of the year!”

Here are some of our absolute favorites from the Ruby Rufus collection—come on, how cute are these?!

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Fall 2015’s Most Versatile Trend Is the Suede Skirt: 17 Ways to Style It

The suede skirt might be our favorite part of the ’70s trend that’s swinging in for fall 2015. Whether done as a mini or midi, the luxe material (real or faux) has the ability to make any outfit instantly more fashionable. Style it with absolutely everything in your wardrobe from now until next summer, and plan frequent wears. Whether you’re headed to the office, out on a date, or hanging out on a Saturday, it’s a wardrobe winner.

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For crisp fall days, pair a midlength fringe skirt with a cream cable knit sweater.

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Dress an A-line mini down with a striped T-shirt; add some flair with lace-up heels.

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For the office, pair suede with a bright blazer and flats. If your workplace is more formal, do classic stilettos.

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Tuck a navy sweater into a belted midi skirt for fall.

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Should Indian summer days hit your area, balance the heavier suede with a lightweight tank.

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Go full-on retro with a ringer tee and lowtop sneakers.

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Mix textures by tucking a thin silk blouse into a button-front mini.

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Style a bold fringe style with a simple black sweater and basic accessories.

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Channel your inner Parisienne with a striped sailor tee atop a suede mini.

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For colder days, style a gray midi with a chunky turtleneck sweater, leather jacket, and ankle boots.

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The Blonde Salad

Jump head-first into the fringe trend by doubling up; top your skirt with a fringed jacket in a contrasting color.

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Suede makes colors appear their absolute richest—take advantage with a multicolor patchwork style this season.

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Make a neutral suede skirt weekend-casual by tucking in a slouchy cotton tee and slipping on sneakers.

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For a polished look, pair a high-waisted A-line style with a fitted top and heels.

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For a girly twist, counter the suede’s earthy tone with sweet pastels.

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On casual days, style a mini with a denim jacket and a bright oversize scarf.

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Collage Vintage

Our favorite throw-on-and-go styling tip? Tuck a chunky knit into the waistband of the skirt as you would a basic T-shirt.

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See What Happens When 5 Girls Take On the Thigh-High Boot Trend for Fall

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We’ll admit, when we first saw all of the thigh-high boots marching down the fall runways, even we were intimidated. Sure, they look fabulous on leggy models, but could a non-model (a.k.a. most of us out there) pull off the look?

There was only one way to find out. We called in the boot of the season in and had the team at Glamour try them on. Meet the Stuart Weitzman All Legs, a stretch suede style with a 3.25″ heel and an intimidating 27″ shaft. Weitzman is no stranger to over-the-knee boots—supermodel Gisele modeled the flat version of these boots last year. This year’s edition, however, are much higher and way sexier.

When the boots arrived at Glamour HQ, most editors were apprehensive. “They’ll never go up my calves,” said one petite senior editor. “There are never going to fit my size 10 1/2 foot,” chimed a writer. “These boots will be like pants on me,” said another editor, height 5’2″.

At the nudging of one pushy person (see byline above), they tried them and most were surprised by their experience. “I thought these would look ridiculous, but I’m kind of obsessed with them now,” said the 10 1/2 size writer. “They aren’t for me, but they’re really weirdly comfortable,” said the senior editor. “They still won’t go up my calves,” said another editor, who wasn’t a fan.

Overall, most of our team really liked them and felt comfortable in them, and while it definitely took some aerobic activity to get them on (not to mention off), the results were pretty positive. Take a look!

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Leah Melby, lead online fashion writer, styled hers with a knee-length seed skirt and fine knit sweater.

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Glamour fellow Kate Friedman wore hers with a navy pleated mini and a black blazer.

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Executive digital editor Lindsey Unterberger opted for a work-friendly cobalt blue dress.

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Editorial director Laurel Pinson wore hers with a belted A-line dress.

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And the writer of this story and said pushy editor went for classic black and white with a high-waisted miniskirt and a button-down shirt.

For more on fall shoes and boots:
The Best Shoes, Boots and Heels From the Fall 2015 Runways
30 Cute and Comfy Heels You Can Wear All Day Long
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Your Fall Fashion Horoscope: The Trends You Should Try Based on Your Sign

We’re thisclose to autumn, making now the perfect time to figure out which of fall 2015’s trends you want to incorporate in your wardrobe. Because all that fashion can be a bit overwhelming (in the best possible way, of course), we decided to do the only logical thing: consult the stars. Loft teamed up with Stefanie Iris Weiss and Sherene Schostak, a.k.a. the Saturn Sisters, for a series of fall horoscopes and gave us the chance to chat with them about the best fall trend for different astrological signs.

Sign: Aries
Best fall trend: Statement earrings

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“As a rambunctious Ram, you tumble into new situations headfirst, sometimes without thinking, and a pair of statement earrings announce your arrival in advance. You’re brave, impetuous sign actually rules the head, so accentuating yours with can’t-turn-away jewelry is definitely the right call.” Kendra Scott earrings, $ 55, kendrascott.com

Sign: Taurus
Best fall trend: Turtlenecks

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“You were born to make everything around you super cozy, and a formfitting turtleneck does the trick in an instant. This choice keeps you comfortable all season long.” Cos wool sweater, $ 69, cosstores.com

Sign: Gemini
Best fall trend: Neon

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“Not many signs can rock neon, but as a fashion-forward, always-on-trend Gem, it’s an easy choice. You’re a born communicator, and flash of bright, bold color is just another way of announcing the presence of your genius before you’ve even opened your mouth.” J.Crew cashmere sweater, $ 198, jcrew.com

Sign: Cancer
Best fall trend: Winter florals

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“You were born to soothe and nurture everyone around you, but you often forget that a little bit of self-care goes a long way. Swathed in delicious, alluring winter florals, you’ll be transported back to the lush and abundant month of your birth, even if, baby, it’s still cold outside.” Loft dress, $ 90, loft.com

Sign: Leo
Best fall trend: Over-the-knee boots

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“As the zodiac’s most beloved drama queen, you make sartorial statements that say, ‘Turn on the floodlights: I have arrived!’ Adding a pair of over-the-knee boots to your fall wardrobe does just that; there’s no way you won’t be noticed when you confidently stride into the room.” Ivanka Trump boots, $ 179, lordandtaylor.com

Sign: Virgo
Best fall trend: White or cream monochrome

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“You’re having a really good year, Virgo, thanks to lucky Jupiter’s presence in your sign. Take that auspiciousness to the next level by rocking your signature look: all white. White is your color, and no one wears pure, unadulterated perfection quite like you.” Apiece Apart shirt, $ 310, apieceapart.com

Sign: Libra
Best fall trend: Skinny scarf

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“You just can’t help it: elegance, glamour, and beauty are practically oozing out of your perfectly sized pores. A thin, skinny scarf, artfully tied around your lovely neck, shows the world that you might just be another incarnation of Jackie O.” Nasty Gal scarf, $ 18, nastygal.com

Sign: Scorpio
Best fall trend: All black

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“You were born to brood in the chicest way possible, and wearing all black is a simple, direct way to embody your feminine toughness. In the darkest head-to-toe hues, you’re telling everyone that you’re a Scorpio, through and through. Only the powerful need apply.” Misha Nonoo jacket, $ 595, mishanonoo.com

Sign: Sagittarius
Best fall trend: Flares

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“You’re the zodiac’s gypsy spirit, so looks inspired by the sixties are just your jam, Sadge. This easy-breezy bohemian look says, ‘I’m about to jet off on yet another adventure.’ You may not even know where you’re going until you get there, but in leg-flattering flares, the journey is just as important as the destination.” Siwy jeans, $ 238, siwydenim.com

Sign: Capricorn
Best fall trend: Utility jacket

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“You’re endlessly practical and continually amaze your colleagues and friends with your ability to get things done with little fuss. Are you actually a super hero, Capricorn? This fall you’ll totally rule the world in an on-trend utility coat. So many pockets in which to stash the tools of your world-dominating trade.” Loft anorak, $ 90, loft.com

Sign: Aquarius
Best fall trend: ’70s

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“No era in history better befits your quirky, eccentric fashion sense. This fall, you can dress like you think: like a crazy, beautiful genius torn between going to Studio 54 or a feminist consciousness-raising meeting. The seventies may have been four decades ago, but it was way ahead of its time—and so are you.” H&M dress, $ 15, hm.com

Sign: Pisces
Best fall trend: Velvet shoes

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“Your dreamy, compassionate sign rules the feet, so it’s always important to treat yours to the very best. This fall, add a pair of elegant velvet shoes to your ethereal repertoire. They will remind you to stand your stylish ground even as you rescue all the people and animals around you, as you’re always wont to do.” Jimmy Choo flats, $ 550, jimmychoo.com



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Rejoice! The Newest Ankle-Boot Silhouette for Fall 2015 Won’t Kill Your Feet

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Isabel Marant fall 2015

Prepare for another bootie bestie this season! The fall 2015 runways saw a new ankle-boot silhouette, one that rose a few inches over the ankle bone but still left plenty of open space beneath the knee. It’s being called the midi, and we love it. Not only does your wardrobe get a new piece to play with, but the higher rise precludes any chance of the stiff edge rubbing against the thin skin near your ankle and foot. Fashion trends that ban blisters? Perfection.

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Two styles from the Louis Vuitton fall 2015 runway and a red pair from Marni fall 2015

Style them with skirts and dresses in early fall, and then pull on with jeans when the weather gets chillier. We’ve rounded up some of our favorites below to get your shopping started.



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Hot Off the Runway: Women’s Fashion Trends for Fall

If you want to be on the cutting edge of fashion for fall, don’t look to shop windows, look to the future! As I often tell my clients, if you see it in stores, it’s already out, which is why I keep an eye on global trend forecasts. This week at MAGIC, the semiannual fashion trade show in Las Vegas, I soaked up the latest in men’s and women’s lifestyle and apparel trends, color trends, and much, much more.

In a seminar led by Melissa Moylan, Creative Director of Womenswear at FashionSnoops (a trend forecasting agency), I got the scoop on global trends for gals next year (fall/winter ’16-17). So if you’re a buyer, a designer, or a forward-thinking fashionista, read on! FashionSnoops identified four major up-and-coming trend stories for fall: Method + Madness, Weekender, Raven, and Varsity Daze. And while each of these distinct trends is uniquely inspired, they do share some common elements–colors, fabrics, silhouettes, and details–you can look out for regardless of your affinity for any particular trend.

COLOR

Hues predicted to be popular for winter come from an earthy and warm, yet bold, color palette. Neutrals such as Ivory, Biscuit, Flax, Camel, Toffee, and Dust Grey form a supple base for the richer, more vibrant colors in the Fall ’16 color story.

Vintage hues and jewel tones also play an important role across global trend forecasts with colors like Forest, Navy, Plum, Crimson, Scarlet Fever (a bright, orange-based red) and Roast (a chocolatey espresso brown) laying a foundation of deep undertones.

Mid-tones and accent colors include Olive, Pea, Marigold, Tangerine, Cyan, Teal, and Indigo, along with my personal favorites (for their freshness): Baby Blue, Rose Taupe, Bronze, and Lavender Grey.

SILHOUETTE

The key silhouettes to look out for in ladies’ fall fashion are A-line skirts and dresses (in both mid-lengths and floor dusters), culottes, and wide-leg pants. Also predicted to turn heads are turtlenecks and mock turtlenecks, as well as oversized sweaters, blanket coats, and floor-length overcoats.

FABRIC

According to the forecast, textiles such as boiled and compressed wools, twills, tweeds, and chunky knits will keep you both stylish and warm when the weather start to cool. On the softer side, sheer satin, chiffon, cozy cashmere, and plush, teddy-bear-like fabrics (think: wearable Ted) will be white-hot for winter.

DETAILS & ACCESSORIES

Already dangling in your favorite boutiques, suede fringe will continue to play a prominent role in apparel and accessories. (Ladies, it’s time to let your inner cowgirl lose!) Lace and laser cut-outs are two details also forecasted to remain strong. Keep an eye out for vintage-y patches and appliqués; think old-school letterman jackets and sweaters, along with team pennants and athletic patches. In a nod to handicraft, big buttons, quilting, and patchwork will also be popular, while updated ditsies, graphics, and photography will spice up patterns and prints. As for footwear, the wedge bootie is predicted to give your seasonal style a kick!

So if you want your winter wardrobe to weather more than just one season–while still being on the forefront of fashion–start stocking your closet now with vintage-inspired colors and details; cozy, oversized knits; and cowgirl-meets-Little-House-on-the-Prairie fabrics and accessories.

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And for those seeking even more precise color direction, check out these hues (specific to the F/W 16/17 season) from Pantone.

Light Neutrals:
Pantone 11-0107
Pantone 13-0907
Pantone 15-1309
Pantone 16-1432
Pantone 17-1340
Pantone 14-4103

Dark Jewel Tones:
Pantone 19-0415
Pantone 19-5220
Pantone 19-4019
Pantone 19-3920
Pantone 19-3520
Pantone 19-1863
Pantone 19-1664
Pantone 19-1317

Mid-Tone Accents:
Pantone 18-0430
Pantone 15-0743
Pantone 17-1048
Pantone 15-1054
Pantone 19-4535
Pantone 19-4241
Pantone 19-3920

My Personal Favorites:
Pantone 14-4318
Pantone 18-3916
Pantone 16-1412
Pantone 16-1509
Pantone 16-1325
Pantone 13-3804

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Take a Spin in These 6 New Shoe and Boot Trends this Fall

Everyone enjoys a social media moment that goes viral, but one such viral moment last week hit home for the team here at Conde Nast, Glamour’s headquarters. And Louboutins were involved.

Serious Louboutin drama in the Conde Nast lobby…

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Yep, right here at Glamour HQ, one nameless woman’s Christian Louboutin pump got lodged in the slats of our escalators. While we’re glad to report the shoe’s owner was ok, the stilleto, alas, was not. The picture, taken by our very own Lead Writer, Leah Melby, was picked up by blogs and papers across the city, including The Cut and The New York Post. RIP pretty pumps.

The Louboutin debacle got us thinking…there’s no better place to show off your shoes than on an escalator! So our Senior Accessories Editor, Elissa Velluto, curated a selection of the best fall shoe styles, which were filmed (safely) on those very same escalators.

And perhaps that’s the last pair of stilettos to go down via the well-shod steps of the Conde Nast escalators—because fall 2015 is all about chunky heels, embellished flats, and low-heeled Mary Janes, with nary a skinny stem in sight. Check out the best of the best shoes, booties, and block-heels in our brand-new video! Hey, it just might go viral.



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It’s Time to Start Shopping Fall 2015’s Best Ankle Boots

If you’re on the hunt for perfect fall ankle boots, your search officially stops here. The Chelsea boot, with its walkable heel and thick elastic panels, is a favorite pick for autumn, but also the perfect transitional item between seasons (and it might just become the most comfortable shoe in your closet). Snap up your ideal pair before certain sizes start becoming impossible to find, and begin them wearing immediately.

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A look from Madewell fall 2015

The Chelsea boot is easy to wear thanks to its slip-on-and-go construction, but far from messy due to minimal lines and polished leather. The style is one of those magical wardrobe essentials that has the power to work with any look, from late-summer combos to first-day-of-fall outfits. A-line mini and button-down shirt? Jeans and a chunky knit? Both work!

Though the style’s done in other hues than black (think deep brown or burgundy), the classic color makes for the ultimate clean, sophisticated vibe. Shop some of our favorite styles right now and let us know in the comments below how you wear yours.



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Real-Life Barbie Shoes Are Coming Your Way This Fall

Quirky-cool shoe designer Sophia Webster’s latest collection is sure to please both the current you and the version circa 1995—she’s celebrating all things Barbie! The nine-piece collection has six styles for adults, three for children, and includes sneakers, heels, and flat sandals. Pieces will be up on her website and ready for shopping next week.


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“I love that this concept strikes a balance between dreams and reality,” she told British Vogue. “Getting to be a part of her embracing flats for the first time made it extra exciting.” The shoe news she’s referring to is the summer reveal that Barbie’s ankles would now be articulated, allowing her to switch between heels and flats (finally!).

Webster called the range a “dream project” and, honestly, we should’ve known it was coming. She hinted at the news to fashion reporters not too long ago with a sly pledge of love to Barbie.

While there’s no pricing info, it’s reasonable to expect the items will be similar to her other stuff. The pink winged heel looks like a version of her Chiara, which retails for $ 580.



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Ralph Lauren Stages Children’s Fall Fashion Show at Central Park Zoo

CUTE OVERLOAD: New York’s Central Park Zoo was transformed into a Neverland-themed playground for Ralph Lauren’s kid’s fashion show on Wednesday night as stylish uptown moms and their tots flooded the outdoor space to watch several dozen pint-size runway models show off looks from the fall collection. In addition to 12-year-old Levi Miller — who stars alongside Hugh Jackman and Rooney Mara in the upcoming film “Pan” — the cast also included 12-year-old Maddie Ziegler of “Dance Moms” fame. “There are a lot of rising stars here,” said David Lauren, executive vice president of advertising, marketing and communications for the company, after the show. “We cast through friends and family, but there are a couple of young people that are aspiring actors and actresses. When we did this years ago, Jennifer Connelly walked the show. And of course [tonight] there is Levi [Miller], who’s gonna be the biggest star in the world soon.”
The boys and girls collection included tons of preppy staples — such as American flag sweaters, plaid skirts, varsity jackets, herringbone blazers and sock-less loafers aplenty — but a cool skater vibe also ran throughout the looks. There were slouchy jeans, cargo jackets and hoodies accessorized with beanies, fingerless gloves and

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Alexis Mabille Couture Fall 2015

Alexis Mabille celebrated the 10th anniversary of his brand by creating outfits for 15 of his muses, ranging from burlesque dancer Dita Von Teese to actress Bérénice Bejo.
 
Young and old, each was striking, their figures looming large in a first-floor gallery of the Paris Opera, where the made-to-measure creations were displayed on mannequins placed in front of large-scale portraits by photographer Matthew Brookes of the women wearing the designs.
 
“With my style, I work to pay homage to women, to make them beautiful and at the same time, for the dresses to blend with their personality,” Mabille explained. “We didn’t want to make fashion photographs, but rather something like timeless paintings — like a big gallery of family portraits.”
 
As befits a greatest hits collection, he included all his trademark touches, from oversize bows to lace, flowers and column dresses.
 
The Von Teese gown, a corseted sheath in emerald green jersey, featured a draped back embroidered with bugle beads. For Leslie Caron, the designer made high-waisted tuxedo pants with embroidered stripes, paired with a bouffant-sleeved white satin blouse with lace inserts embroidered with black crystal butterflies.
 
Ballet dancer Marie-Agnès Gillot was pictured in a nude satin crepe sheath embroidered with curtains of beaded fringe,

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Stéphane Rolland Couture Fall 2015

Stéphane Rolland’s couture presentation erupted into a push-and-shove — up to and including verbal insults — as guests and photographers competed for space in a badly executed set up in an apartment too small for the crowd.
 
The chaotic atmosphere took the spotlight away from Rolland’s red carpet looks.
 
Before the presentation, the designer said he drew inspiration from the Art Deco period along with that old favorite, the Seventies, which he expressed in graphic patterns adorning long gowns. Some came with an element of disco, as Rolland used gilded leather to contrast monochrome jersey and crepe looks, while straight-legged jumpsuits with voluminous built-in off-the-shoulder capes played to his penchant for a dramatic entrance.

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RDVK/Ronald van der Kemp Couture Fall 2015

The second RDVK demi-couture project by designer Ronald van der Kemp was presented in a grand, empty apartment near Place de la Concorde — and it proved just as fun as the first. The designer has been sourcing leftover exotic skin from a handbag factory in Italy as well as couture fabric from late Dutch designer Frans Molenaar to create his chic and slightly wild one-of-a-kind pieces.
To wit: matte-black croc mixed with black lace for a pencil skirt; strips of pink python assembled into a short fitted dress; and a striped black-and-white kimono fabric used for a large skirt with an obi belt paired with a big-shouldered jacket. Van der Kemp excelled at his freewheeling mix of Eighties couture references with wilder Seventies touches, seen in bell-bottom jeans and a black-mesh T-shirt patched with vintage American flags. The haphazard feel of the mismatched mother-of-pearl buttons on a silk chiffon blouse or the collage of fabrics and patches on his artsy T-shirts made his very personal take on couture fascinating. No wonder Kate Moss is already wearing it.

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Loris Azzaro Couture Fall 2015

Hot pink has been the navy blue of this couture week, and the searing color made its latest appearance at the Loris Azzaro show in a shimmering zebra-print maxicoat.
 
We were back in the days of disco — and recent Milan ready-to-wear seasons — with this brassy Seventies retread, paraded under the pulsating ceiling lights of the Faust nightclub. The venue, at least, was perfect as many of the minidresses and slinky columns were lashed with strips of sparkly transparency, echoing the light show overhead.
 
Design duo Arnaud Maillard and Alvaro Castejón called it their “broken lines” theme, and they went to town with it, lashing bands of crystal around tubular suede and brocade coats, over cockatoo-print turtleneck dresses and on the slash front of a burgundy jumpsuit. Add in thigh-high Lurex boots, fringed bags and heavy eye makeup, and it was all just a little too much. Bad reviews will be few as most of the international press had already boarded planes for Valentino in Rome.

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Zuhair Murad Couture Fall 2015

It was a starry, starry night at Zuhair Murad’s fall couture show. Given the designer’s trademark — all-over crystal embroideries — it was probably just a matter of time before he turned to the sky for inspiration.
 
“I have a big telescope in my house and I see a lot of things. I love the mystery,” he said backstage before showing the collection, which was built on a series of familiar red-carpet silhouettes ranging from short tutu dresses to sexy columns and long gowns with flaring skirts. They were covered with a sparkling cosmic dust created from sequins, crystals and beads as well as a galactic-type print that was re-embroidered for extra twinkle.
 
Murad paired the looks with luscious velvet or foxy fur capes in various lengths, and occasionally sent out Seventies disco-inspired jumpsuits with cape sleeves for the sportier type.
 
The soundtrack pumped a remix of David Bowie’s “Space Oddity” as models walked against a light installation mimicking the nocturnal sky, which eventually opened to reveal the bride, a fantasy Marie-Antoinette. Engulfed in a pannier wedding dress with a ballooning train, festooned with what Murad described as “galactic dust” embroideries that took 20 people 350 hours of work, she didn’t bother to

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Predictions for Fall Hairstyles

We’ve got a couple months of summer weather left but we’re already seeing some fall colors on the streets, including some of those beautiful, rich browns. So, even if we’re still lovin’ those summer highlights, we can wonder at all the possibilities for fall, the season when we typically see a lot of trend-setting changes in hairstyles.

Observations and predictions for color:

• So far, it appears the ombre will remain in the backseat. When we do see this distinctive color style that was so popular in recent years, the color transitions are very soft and subtle, almost unnoticeable.

• Warm browns with soft highlights are gaining popularity.

• Reds are complimenting skin tones. Keep in mind, when going red, if your skin tone is warm, you want to lean toward copper, strawberry and other lighter reds. If your skin tone is cooler, you may want to stick with the more blue reds, like the plums, blood reds and eggplants.

• For those into vivid colors, such as lavender, pink and greens, the word on the streets is “grey.” Blondes are leaning toward these silvery tones with transitions to the other colors. The results are beautiful, if you can go with a bold style like this.

Cuts: It’s all about the bobs … bobs, bobs, bobs! This is where the action is headed for fall … longer, shorter and bobs with layers and LOTS of texture and movement through the layers.

The bob is such a versatile style. It just lends itself to so many possibilities and accessories. And it’s a cut that we can change so quickly on the go. It’s short, it’s long, it can go loose and wavy, like we’ve seen on the red carpets so frequently this year, or up in a bun or twist, and you can make these changes so fast! Add a little gold filigree or clip with pearls and suddenly you have something formal after a week on the job. Pull it back into a ponytail and head for the gym looking great! It’s easy to wear with a sun hat or gathered in a ponytail with a ball cap. Can’t miss with a bob.

The movement in a bob is built it. You move and your hair moves. Bigger waves and curls will ‘bob’ up and down. Gentle waves and layers will sway, adding lots of visual effect around the face. Of course, you may not want all that hair falling across your eyes while you negotiate in the boardroom but that’s what all the accessories are for, to clip and hold, creating all kinds of moods.

Love it! As always, be open to change.

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Valentino Couture Fall 2015

For their couture collection on Thursday evening, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli delivered a Roman wonder.
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Fall Out Boy: Ultimate Fan Guide

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About Fall Out Boy Fall Out Boy eventually signed an offer with Fueled by Ramen, the Florida-based label co-owned by Less Than Jake drummer Vinnie Fiorello, but also got an advance from Island Records to record a correct debut album. The advance had a right of first refusal for Island on Fall out Boy’s following cd, however it also financed the recording of Take This to Your Grave, which occurred at Butch Vig’s Smart Studios substance in Madison, Wisconsin, with manufacturer Sean O’Keefe (Lucky Boys Confusion, Motion City Soundtrack) at the helm. Take This to Your Grave appeared in May 2003, and Fall out Boy earned favorable reviews for succeeding gigs at South by Southwest and different tour looks. Their break-out album, the ambitious From Under the Cork Tree, followed in spring 2005, rapidly reaching the Top Ten of Billboard’s album graph and generating 2 Top Ten hits with “Sugar We’re Going Down” and the furiously encouraging “Dance, Dance.” The album went double platinum and made the musicians a Grammy election for Best New Artist. Fall Out Boy’s underground star condition- driven by the particularly extroverted Wentz, who likewise gained exposure with his clothes line, his Decaydance record label (an imprint of Fueled by Ramen), and eventually a celebrity relationship with Ashlee Simpson- had actually boiled over into the mainstream. They toured extensively, supporting the album with international trips, arena programs, TRL goes to, late-night television shows, and music award reveals. Without taking a break, the men then hunched down to work on their follow-up record with From Under the Cork Tree manufacturer Neil Avron (and, somewhat surprisingly, Babyface). Infinity on High, whose title was drawned from a line in one of Van Gogh’s personal letters, appeared in early February 2007, headed by the hit solitary “This Ain’t a Scene, It’s an Arms Race.” The album continued Fall Out Boy’s streak, debuting at primary on the Billboard charts and going platinum o

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Rise and Fall of the Cosmic Race

Rise and Fall of the Cosmic Race


Latin America is characterized by a uniquely rich history of cultural and racial mixtures known collectively as mestizaje. These mixtures reflect the influences of indigenous peoples from Latin America, Europeans, and Africans, and spawn a fascinating and often volatile blend of cultural practices and products. Yet no scholarly study to date has provided an articulate context for fully appreciating and exploring the profound effects of distinct local invocations of syncretism and hybridity. Rise and Fall of the Cosmic Race fills this void by charting the history of Latin America’s experience of mestizaje through the prisms of literature, the visual and performing arts, social commentary, and music. In accessible, jargon-free prose, Marilyn Grace Miller brings to life the varied perspectives of a vast region in a tour that stretches from Mexico and the Caribbean to Brazil, Ecuador and Argentina. She explores the repercussions of mestizo identity in the United States and reveals the key moments in the story of Latin America’s cult of synthesis. Rise and Fall of the Cosmic Race examines the inextricable links between aesthetics and politics, and unravels the threads of colonialism woven throughout national narratives in which mestizos serve as primary protagonists. Illuminating the ways in which regional engagements with mestizaje represent contentious sites of nation building and racial politics, Miller uncovers a rich and multivalent self-portrait of Latin America’s diverse populations.

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Fall Denim 2015: Be the First to Wear Next Season’s Biggest Trend

Even if it’s mostly too steamy for wearing jeans right now, there’s no shopping rule that says you can’t buy in advance for future outfits. Add a pair of raw-hem skinnies to your shopping list and start looking now because experts say they’ll be here in a big way come fall.

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“Raw cuts and frayed [hems] will definitely be a big trend for fall 2015, carrying through to resort and next spring,” confirmed Brooke Jaffe, Bloomingdale’s fashion director for women’s ready-to-wear and, as such, key holder for items making it onto the department store’s sales floor. “Denim has become a subculture in itself, and designers are exploring new types and working with it in unexpected ways.”

Jaffe says the look became a key trend starting with resort and spring 2015 collections, and street style cemented its popularity. The laid-back finish has been a big component for Mother, who included it in their first-ever delivery back in 2011.

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“Those raw, frayed styles were part of our collection since we launched,” explained Tim Kaeding, the brand’s designer and cofounder. “They are so much a part of our brand DNA that they are offered every season in multiple washes, and they are also part of our basics offering. It definitely feels like more and more brands are starting to offer it.”

While chopping off the ends of your own denim is always an option, consider giving the prefab version a try too. Many are treated specially so the frayed edge won’t continue to unravel, changing the look over time.

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Your Complete Guide To 2015’s Fall TV Premiere Dates

While we’re still in the midst of the summer TV season and avoiding the heat with “True Detective” and the remaining episodes of “Hannibal,” there’s also fall TV to look forward to. With new shows like “Supergirl,” ABC’s “The Muppets” reboot and the TV adaptation of “Limitless,” plus new seasons of your favorite shows, there’s plenty to keep your DVRs busy.

Here’s when new and returning shows premiere this fall:

Monday, Sept. 14
“Dancing with the Stars” 8:00 p.m. ET (ABC)

Tuesday, Sept. 15
“Best Time Ever With Neil Patrick Harris” 10:00 p.m. ET (NBC)

Monday, Sept. 21
“The Big Bang Theory” 8:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
“The Voice” 8:00 p.m. ET (NBC)
“Life in Pieces” 8:30 p.m. ET (CBS)
“Scorpion” 9:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
“Blindspot” 10:00 p.m. ET (NBC)
“Castle” 10:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“NCIS: Los Angeles” 10:00 p.m. ET (CBS)

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“The Muppets”

Tuesday, Sept. 22
“The Muppets” 8:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“NCIS” 8:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
“Fresh Off the Boat” 8:30 p.m. ET (ABC)
“Dancing with the Stars: Results Show” 9:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“NCIS: New Orleans” 9:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
“Limitless” 10:00 p.m. ET (CBS)

Wednesday, Sept. 23
“The Middle” 8:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“The Mysteries of Laura” 8:00 p.m. ET (NBC)
“Survivor” 8:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
“The Goldbergs” 8:30 p.m. ET (ABC)
“Law & Order: SVU” 9:00 p.m. ET (NBC)
“Modern Family” 9:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“Black-ish” 9:30 p.m. ET (ABC)
“Nashville” 10:00 p.m. ET (ABC)

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“Heroes Reborn”

Thursday, Sept. 24
“Grey’s Anatomy” 8:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“Heroes Reborn” 8:00 p.m. ET (NBC)
“The Blacklist” 9:00 p.m. ET (NBC)
“Scandal” 9:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“How to Get Away with Murder” 10:00 p.m ET (ABC)
“The Player” 10:00 p.m. ET (NBC)

Friday, Sept. 25
“The Amazing Race” 8:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
“Last Man Standing” 8:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“Hawaii Five-0” 9:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
“Shark Tank” 9:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“Blue Bloods” 10:00 p.m. ET (CBS)

Saturday, Sept. 26
“48 Hours” 10:00 p.m. ET (CBS)

Sunday, Sept. 27
“60 Minutes” 7:30 p.m. ET (CBS)
“Once Upon a Time” 8:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“Blood & Oil” 9:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“Quantico” 10:00 p.m. ET (ABC)

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“Blood & Oil”

Tuesday, Sept. 29
“Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” 9:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“Beyond the Tank” 10:00 p.m. ET (ABC)

Wednesday, Sept. 30
“Criminal Minds” 9:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
“Chicago P.D.” 10:00 p.m. ET (NBC)
“Code Black” 10:00 p.m. ET (CBS)

Friday, Oct. 2
“Dr. Ken” 8:30 p.m. ET (ABC)

Sunday, Oct. 4
“Madam Secretary” 8:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
“The Good Wife” 9:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
“CSI: Cyber” 10:00 p.m. ET (CBS)

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“The Flash”

Tuesday, Oct. 6
“The Flash” 8:00 p.m. ET (The CW)
“iZombie” 9:00 p.m. ET (The CW)

Wednesday, Oct. 7
“Arrow” 8:00 p.m. ET (The CW)
“Supernatural” 9:00 p.m. ET (The CW)

Thursday, Oct. 8
“The Vampire Diaries” 8:00 p.m. ET (The CW)
“The Originals” 9:00 p.m. ET (The CW)

Friday, Oct. 9
“Reign” 8:00 p.m. ET (The CW)
“Undateable” 8:00 p.m. ET (NBC)
“America’s Next Top Model” 8:00 p.m. ET (The CW)

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“Undateable”

Tuesday, Oct. 13
“Chicago Fire” 10:00 p.m. ET (NBC)

Friday, Oct. 16
“People Are Talking” 8:30 p.m. ET (NBC)

Monday, Oct. 19
“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” 8:00 p.m. ET (The CW)
“Jane the Virgin” 9:00 p.m. ET (The CW)

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“Supergirl”

Monday, Oct. 26
“Supergirl” 8:30 p.m. ET (CBS)

Tuesday, Oct. 27
“Wicked City” 10:00 p.m. ET (ABC)

Friday, Oct. 30
“Grimm” 9:00 p.m. ET (NBC)

Thursday, Nov. 5
“Mom” 9:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
“Angel From Hell” 9:30 p.m. ET (CBS)
“Elementary” 10:00 p.m. ET (CBS)

Tuesday, Nov. 10
“Chicago Med” 10:00 p.m. ET (NBC)

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Michelle Obama’s U.K. Tour Outfits Will Make You Fall in Love With Her Style All Over Again

Last week Michelle Obama, with daughters Malia and Sasha and mother Marian Robinson, set off on a goodwill cultural tour of England and Italy. On the six-day trip, which the First Lady used to promote the Let Girls Learn and Let’s Move initiatives, Obama wore European and American designers, reminding us of why we can’t get enough of her personal style. It was like 2008 all over again, when Obama first hit the scene and major fashion crushes ensued.

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For the first stop on her global tour the First Lady arrived at Stanstead airport, wearing a yellow-and-blue lace Preen by Thornton Bregazzi dress. You can find a similar style on sale at avenue32.com for $ 960.

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During the visit to London, Obama met with students and educators at the Mulberry School for Girls to discuss how the two countries are working together to enable access to education for young girls around the world. Her multicolor Mary Kantrantzou dress popped against the girls’ uniforms.

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Obama wore U.K. designer Christopher Kane for a visit to 10 Downing Street. She teamed the black and floral embroidered dress with black Jimmy Choo kitten heels.

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After her time in the U.K., Obama and family jetted off to Milan, where she discussed her Let’s Move initiative. She arrived in a fit-and-flare custom Duro Oluwu dress, with Sasha in a seersucker American Apparel dress, and Malia in heather gray.

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On her second day in Milan, Obama wore a Missoni knit dress as she toured the U.S. Pavilion at the Milan Expo. “It was a beautiful surprise,” Angela Missoni told WWD upon learning the FLOTUS chose the striped dress for the trip. “It’s a beautiful thing; it’s the first time she has been photographed wearing a dress from an Italian brand,” added Missoni.

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After receiving some flak for wearing only European designers on her tour, Obama chose a red shirtdress by American designer Michael Kors. The patriotic look, paired with simple black flats, was perfect for the baby shower Obama threw for moms-to-be who were stationed at the U.S. and NATO military base in Venice.

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Later, Obama toured Venice, visiting the U.S. Pavillon of the Venice Biennale venue, wearing a V-neck sleeveless floral-print dress. She teamed the bold number with black gladiator sandals.

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On the last day of the trip, Obama went with a kimono-sleeve dress and metallic sandals. Malia and Sasha chose wide-strap shift dresses, dainty necklaces, and simple flats.

Read more about Michelle Obama’s trip, including a snippet of the speech she gave at the Mulberry School for Girls.





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Kate Spade Is Back: New Shoes and Acccessories Arrive This Fall

For the last eight years, the Kate Spade New York the world has known has had little to do with the woman actually named Kate Spade. Rather, Spade, who started her namesake brand in 1993, and her husband, Andy, who also worked for the brand, bowed out when the company was purchased in late 2006.

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The original Kate Spade is now set to rejoin the world of fashion designers, with plans to release a full line of shoes and assorted bags in time for this holiday season.

“I’ve spent the last eight years raising my daughter and being a consumer. It’s exciting to be back at work,” she told WWD. There are no further details at the moment, including a brand name or prices, but legal restrictions mean Spade will not be able to use her own name.

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12 Things That Happen When You Fall In Love With Your Best Friend

Falling in love with your best friend means you’ve pretty much hit the relationship jackpot.

An adorable BuzzFeed video posted Monday highlights all of the wonderful perks of dating your bestie — the playful teasing, the ability to turn even the most mundane tasks into something fun (impromptu NERF gun fight, anyone?) and, of course, being able to talk about anything and everything.

Watch the impossibly sweet video above.

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NBC’s Fall Schedule Lacks Comedy, But Has A Neil Patrick Harris Variety Show

Brace yourself for a whole lot of drama on NBC this fall.

The network announced its fall 2015-2016 lineup Sunday. The new slate includes variety show “Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris,” “Heroes” revival “Heroes Reborn,” crime thriller “Blindspot,” Wesley Snipes’ thriller “The Player,” couples comedy “People Are Talking” and medical drama “Heartbreaker.”

The most surprising feature of the schedule is its drastic lack of comedies. Besides “Undateable,” which was renewed for a third season of all-live episodes, NBC’s only other half-hour comedy is newcomer “People Are Talking.” Both shows will air back-to-back on Friday night, meaning that NBC will have only one hour of comedy programming per week this fall. That’s the lowest number of comedies the network has had since the fall of 1978, according to Vulture, revealing that comedies clearly aren’t a priority for the peacock network.

NBC’s fall schedule is rounded out with renewed shows “The Blacklist,” “Grimm,” “Chicago P.D.,” “Chicago Fire,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Mysteries of Laura,” “Undateable,” “Celebrity Apprentice” and “Hollywood Game Night.”

Check out trailers for four of NBC’s new shows below:

“People Are Talking”

“Blindspot”

“Heartbreaker”

“The Player”

See the full list of NBC’s new fall and mid-season shows at NBC.com.

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22 Terrifying and Magical Capabilities Someone Has When You Fall For Them

Love is terrifying, and terror is love.

How exceptional is falling in love? How breathtakingly incredible? How painful and enchanted it is to have your heart opened. It presents so many chances for overwhelming pain, and also for captivating joy. It’s a double-edged sword that can release your innermost desires and also your deepest fears.

Oh, love. How petrifying and wondrous is the single most infinite component of human life. Here are 22 powers your beloved has when you first fall for them:

  1. They see who you really are. Your insecurities and flaws lie exposed like an open wound.
  2. They want you, regardless. You know that what you see as ugliness is lovable to them. You know you’re perfectly imperfect to them, and few things in life match that comfort.
  3. They can leave you and you know you’ll feel a little lost if they do.
  4. They can stay. They can be there when no one else is.
  5. They can hold you back in life when you focus too much on them.
  6. They can support and push you. They can directly aid in the pursuit of your dreams.
  7. They have expectations for you that you could not be able to meet, and you worry you could become a disappointment.
  8. You could fulfill every hope of theirs and then some. You could be gratifying and refreshing in all that you are.
  9. They could be unfaithful to you and embarrass you.
  10. They’re choosing you and only you. Being with you means they want you. You’re wanted solely and exclusively, which is worth the risk.
  11. They can hurt you.
  12. They can heal you.
  13. They can expose and exploit you.
  14. They can listen to and keep every one of your secrets. They can be your safe home and endless confidant.
  15. They can take you from the people in your life.
  16. They can encourage you to spend time with the people you love, and also introduce you to new and exciting people.
  17. They can painfully reject your opinions and beliefs.
  18. They can open your mind to new perspectives.
  19. They can easily break you down.
  20. They can easily build you up.
  21. Everything could change.
  22. Or, they can change everything.



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Mastering the Universe: He-Man and the Rise and Fall of a Billion-Dollar Idea

Mastering the Universe: He-Man and the Rise and Fall of a Billion-Dollar Idea


Used – Mastering the Universe illuminates the creation, rise, and fall of one of the top-selling product lines in what is arguably the world’s most competitive industry, toys–and it does so from the perspective of Roger Sweet, the man who originated He-Man for Mattel. He-Man and the product line that grew out of it, Masters of the Universe (MOTU), created a fantasy world for boys that, at its height in 1986, reached 0 million in U.S. sales, only to plummet to million the following year. D

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Fall 2015 Trend: Moody Blooms

Moody floral prints mixed with grunge-inspired layers put a Nineties spin on West Coast style.
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Calvin Klein White Label Fall 2015

“I’m calling myself a sensualist rather than a minimalist.” That was global creative director Kevin Carrigan’s analysis of his fall lineup for Calvin Klein White Label — and he wasn’t kidding.
Held for the first time closer to the cocktail hour than the morning brew, Thursday’s presentation featured models in various states of dress in mise-en-scène that gave off a loungy, slightly louche vibe. And Carrigan wasn’t afraid to lose the hard lines to show a lot of skin, albeit tastefully so. Chalk, ecru, tan and black were paired with powdery ice blue and blush pink. In this age of transparency, he didn’t shy away from a little lace or a black bra strap peaking from an ecru knee-length dress or a transparent sleeveless V-neck top (later removed to reveal an ultragirly bra) worn with a lean powder-blue skirt.
Channeling the label’s pre-minimalist days “for a little eroticism,” Carrigan drew from beautiful Calvin Klein and Bruce Weber images from the Eighties. Another source of inspiration was the all-black, “very decadent, kind of sexual” East 58th Street apartment designed for Klein by Joe D’Urso.
That decades-old imagery also spurred Carrigan to add texture, as evidenced by an ecru ultrasuede long skirt, knit scarf-neck blouse

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Assassin’s Fall

Assassin’s Fall


Code name: Shane Sin. Mission: Capture the assassin’s heart. When undercover police officer Shane Hawke is sent to infiltrate one of the world’s most cutthroat international crime rings, he finds more than he bargained for. While the woman chosen to be the crime lord’s personal body guard is in far over her head, Shane might also be in over his head. over her. Plucked from the streets and groomed for a life of high stakes theft, Haley has become the most trusted in her team of jewel thieves, never guessing how deep the level of evil around her goes-and without a way to escape it when the truth comes out. Can she trust the mysterious Shane Sin to protect her? The alternative could cost her her love-and maybe even her life. Reviews and Other Information: “Angela Steed’s tremendous skill and talent for bringing brilliant characters to life is showcased to perfection in this thrilling tale of intrigue, desire and heart pounding action. ASSASSIN’S FALL is the ‘must-have’ story of the summer for any fan of the romance genre and I expect that many beach bags and travel totes will have a well-worn and treasured copy of this fabulous read before too long.” Author Kimberly Adkins

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Factotum Men’s RTW Fall 2015

A projected panorama of a sheep-dotted countryside greeted Factotum showgoers — setting the stage for Koji Udo’s fall men’s wear outing, inspired by Haruki Murakami’s novel “A Wild Sheep Chase.” One of the Japanese author’s breakout works, the story traces the journey of an unnamed Japanese man who embarks on an adventure to the northern island of Hokkaido to find a rare sheep with a star on its body.
 
Appropriately, shearling opened the show, used as trim on jeans and a denim jacket, and later on several sharp-looking coats and jackets, giving the collection a modern, country feel. In a none-too-subtle nod to Murakami’s book, sweaters were emblazoned with large stars, while a few pieces in a striped woven fabric — including a long top layered under a vest and an apron worn over pants — had a shepherd-like vibe. Other highlights included outdoorsy field jackets and a cool gray coat lined in tartan. Despite the theme, this polished lineup delivered some sound choices for city-dwellers as well as their rural counterparts.

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Factotum Men’s RTW Fall 2015

A projected panorama of a sheep-dotted countryside greeted Factotum showgoers — setting the stage for Koji Udo’s fall men’s wear outing, inspired by Haruki Murakami’s novel “A Wild Sheep Chase.” One of the Japanese author’s breakout works, the story traces the journey of an unnamed Japanese man who embarks on an adventure to the northern island of Hokkaido to find a rare sheep with a star on its body.
 
Appropriately, shearling opened the show, used as trim on jeans and a denim jacket, and later on several sharp-looking coats and jackets, giving the collection a modern, country feel. In a none-too-subtle nod to Murakami’s book, sweaters were emblazoned with large stars, while a few pieces in a striped woven fabric — including a long top layered under a vest and an apron worn over pants — had a shepherd-like vibe. Other highlights included outdoorsy field jackets and a cool gray coat lined in tartan. Despite the theme, this polished lineup delivered some sound choices for city-dwellers as well as their rural counterparts.

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J Brand RTW Fall 2015

J Brand is branching out beyond its reputation as a skinny jeans label, pushing a flared, high-rise silhouette for fall in denim and leather, as well as tailored ready-to-wear pieces, including a black-leather pencil skirt and trench. The flare defined the fall pants lineup, appearing in corduroy and velvet, although denim still felt the freshest.

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Tokyo New Age RTW Fall 2015

Perhaps the most atmospheric presentation of fashion week took place at a beautifully lit shrine. It was a chilly but welcome change of pace from Shibuya Hikarie, the rather generic office/retail complex that is home to most of the week’s runway shows. Mikio Sakabe and Writtenafterwards’ Yoshikazu Yamagata oversaw Tokyo New Age, part of a retailer-driven initiative called Shibuya Fashion Week, that showcased the work of four young designers. It was a fascinating peek at some of the names likely to be seen in future editions of Tokyo’s fashion week calendar.
 
Distinctly Japanese themes dominated: Keisuke Yoshida showed a sweater depicting a scene in a karaoke parlor as well as a button-down shirt with extralong sleeves and an undone tie tucked through the waist of a pair of trousers — the latter perhaps a sendup of Tokyo’s drunken salary men. Rin Rinka incorporated kimono fabric accents into her creations, which included wide-legged pants and a cropped motorcycle jacket. Soshi Otsuki turned out pieces that referenced Buddhism, including jackets embellished with flowers reminiscent of those on Japanese temples and a sweatshirt bearing the face of Buddha himself. Finally, Kotoha Yokozawa produced pieces with a futuristic feel — including a gold lamé dress

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SPECTRE INTERNATIONAL TEASER TRAILER – FALL 2015

See the first teaser trailer for the 24th James Bond adventure SPECTRE. A cryptic message from Bond’s past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organisation. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind SPECTRE.
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Written by Writtenafterwards RTW Fall 2015

Yoshikazu Yamagata, a LVMH Prize semifinalist, chose to present his second line rather than his more conceptual label, called Writtenafterwards. The designer, who did a space-themed collection last season, said this time he endeavored to make a “return to Earth.”

The show opened with a giant globe rolling down the runway as a chorus of children sang Michael Jackson’s “Heal the World.” Yamagata said he wanted to get the audience to sing along — his staff even distributed copies of the lyrics — but most people were too busy watching the onstage theatrics to participate. The collection itself was a feel-good mix of bulky knits and jersey pants in bright rainbow colors. Whimsical intarsia sweaters bearing Earth, rocket-ship and flying-saucer motifs were accessorized with cozy hats, gloves and scarves. Clusters of multicultural models of all ages walked the runway, which the designer said was a nod to United Colors of Benetton ads of the Eighties and Nineties. The show had the crowd laughing, clapping and cheering — providing an uplifting moment during a week largely filled with darker, more somber fare.

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Sulvam RTW Fall 2015

This relatively new men’s wear label (it was established in 2013) was one of six selected as winners of the inaugural Tokyo Fashion Award, which aims to support brands that have the “potential to grow in the international market.” Designer Teppei Fujita, formerly of Yohji Yamamoto, sent out a collection of suitlike separates and knitwear. While there was a lot of repetition in the textiles and styles, there was also just enough creativity to keep things interesting.
 
A thick, pin-striped black wool fabric was used in easy, elastic-waist pants, jackets with asymmetric hems and a variety of coats. Fujita took the styles beyond basic with little details such as a single studded sweater sleeve or a skirtlike panel of fabric attached to the back of trousers. A series of shirts in contrasting patterns and colors — orange and white stripes with blue windowpane plaid, for example — added a pop of color to the largely black and gray collection. And asymmetric, cable-knit pullovers were given added dimension when layered under similarly knit zippered sweater corsets.
 

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John Lawrence Sullivan RTW Fall 2015

The models in the John Lawrence Sullivan show looked like they could have stepped off the set of an Eighties music video, from the bright pops of color and loosely tailored proportions to the slicked back hairstyles.
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Kithe Brewster Collection RTW Fall 2015

During his 15-year celebrity styling career, Kithe Brewster often converted designer pieces — he once put Julianne Moore in a Prada skirt hiked up and worn as a dress — and he continued to work the multifunctional theme in his sixth season designing his own label. From draped dresses to tailored jackets, most pieces could be worn several ways, such as a dress that zipped apart into a cape or a boyfriend jacket flipped around and belted as a minidress. Brewster favored silks — faille, chiffon and brocade — but also dabbled in lambskin and lace, the latter two providing pops of blue and yellow amidst a mostly black and gold palette. Standouts included silk-gazar pieces, such as a sculptural blouse with a self-shawl shown over high-waist trousers, but some of the asymmetric wrap pieces seemed a bit too free-form, exposing a few backsides on the runway. Although the line is based and manufactured in New York, Brewster’s decision to show his fall collection in Los Angeles felt apropos given his relationship with Hollywood — and his flair for the dramatic.
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Nikki Lund Fall 2015

She’s best known for Nikki Rich, the rock-’n’-roll-infused women’s line she designs with Bon Jovi’s Richie Sambora, but Nikki Lund kicked things up a notch with the debut of a new, elevated collection for women and men. For the ladies, she showed skill-mixing materials and textures such as metallic tweed, color-blocked suede, pleated chiffon and tasseled Navajo-style knits to create a California-style day-to-night wardrobe. Looks included chic, cropped jackets paired with skinny pants, body-conscious dresses and diaphanous skirts. While the show would have benefited from a tighter edit, Lund couldn’t resist throwing in a few hand-painted floral leather pieces and an ultrathin leather gown tooled in a lace pattern.
Jackets were Lund’s main focus for men. They ranged from distressed leather to textured wool and many were created for Sambora and musicians Steven Tyler and Brad Paisley to wear on tour. The lineup was rounded out with woven shirts and striped sweaters, surprisingly low-key fare considering her clientele, but as Lund noted, “I learned from working with Robert Plant and Blake Shelton to keep it simple. Men like to look clean.”

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Discovered Men’s RTW Fall 2015

The runway was littered with stacks of pallets concealing fluorescent tube lights as models meandered between them wearing a fall collection of relaxed, street-ready looks with grunge and Southwestern influences. Discovered designers Sanae Yoshida and Tatsuya Kimura said they aimed to emulate casual American style while mixing it with luxurious materials.
 
 
Layering was key, with checked flannel button-downs styled over striped long-sleeve T-shirts, knit shorts worn over sweatpants, and different versions of crisp white shirts placed one on top of the other. Ombré checked shirts, work boots and shortalls harkened back to the Nineties grunge era but looked much more polished and modern. Southwestern influences came through in suede and shearling jackets, bandana-print shirts and banded, floppy hats. A black leather jacket looked slightly out of place, but a series of coats, pants and fringed ponchos in a Native American-inspired pattern tied the collection together.

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In-Process by Hall Ohara RTW Fall 2015

Statement-making prints and patterns dominated the lineup at In-Process by Hall Ohara. Bauhaus, Art Nouveau and Seventies textile/print influences converged in the minds of design duo Yurika Ohara and Steven Hall.
 
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Fall 2015 Trend: Cream of the Cropped

Some styles revealed just a hint of skin. Others invited creative accessorizing via textured hosiery and statement boots. Cropped pants for fall came in an assortment of silhouettes — and in materials that conveyed everything from street chic to tailored ease.

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Escada RTW Fall 2015

A tailored men’s wear influence ran through Daniel Wingate’s chic fall lineup for Escada, which opened with tweed suiting in feminine shades of pink and violet. His belted, cashmere, glen-plaid coat paired with pleated, high-waisted trousers felt smart and modern, as did a white, two-button suit with gold Swarovski crystal buttons. Tunics over slim boot-cut pants — a new silhouette for the brand — recalled a subtle Seventies vibe, as did a statement lamb-fur coat in fiery red. Evening looks included a pair of sleek high-neck dresses and a floral-print Lurex jacquard evening gown with a cutaway hem.

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Hallie Sara RTW Fall 2015

New York-based Hallie Sara showed a deft hand turning leather, fur and shearling into polished, versatile sportswear for women and men. She muted the sporty, sexy vibe from her previous women’s collection, replacing skintight dresses and leggings with demure peplum jackets, shifts, wide-leg trousers, capes and silk blouses with neck ties. Except for a whimsical print used in the lining of the capes, she stuck with solid tan, black, cream and gray, which she color-blocked for visual variety. Presenting men’s for the first time in Los Angeles, she offered tried-and-true silhouettes such as track jackets, straight-front tab trousers and aviator styles in dark neutral hues like black and chocolate brown.
 
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House of Byfield RTW Fall 2015

The men fared better than the women in this unisex line, which offered a creative take on ath-leisure suiting with tailored yet sporty sets of pants and jackets done in solid and wood-grain print combos. The knee-length and midcalf dresses featuring satin with sheer panels were chic but not as plentiful, while the short black-leather numbers seemed out of place.
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Halston Heritage RTW Fall 2015

Minimalism and extravagance — Marie Mazelis channeled those seemingly opposite ideas in her fall collection for Halston Heritage. “I really wanted to design a collection that was sensual, feminine and that women want to wear,” she said during a walk-through.
 
Evening looks from gowns to retro-chic jumpsuits were sexed-up with chiffon insets, cutouts and cut-away hemlines as well as touches of fur, hardware and ombré sequins. Daywear, dressier than in seasons past, featured plunging necklines and billowy blouses with slit sleeves. A subtle Asian influence ran throughout the looks — seen in satin obi belts, kimono sleeves and Chinese calligraphy prints — inspired by Halston’s trip to China in 1980.

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Wunderkind RTW Fall 2015

Wolfgang Joop was his exuberant self for fall. The German designer wildly contrasted floral, argyle, equestrian and animal-print motifs — sometimes all in one look. He needn’t have. This overtly busy collection looked most appealing when pattern mixing was kept more discreet. Case in point: a pretty tone-on-tone men’s shirt/samurai trouser combination in a flower print on a black background. In tandem with an Oriental coat in matching shades, it still attracted attention but in a more sophisticated, adult way.

Elsewhere, Joop played with layering, which looked fun on tailored silhouettes. Cue a blazer tucked into cropped, wide-legged pants and secured with a belted corset, which upon closer inspection revealed itself to be the lower half of the jacket.

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Maison Margiela RTW Fall 2015

The model clutched her paper-bag purse like it was the most precious thing on Earth and marched headlong down the runway, as if tightening into a strong wind.
 
John Galliano had brought a gust of his hobo poetry — and also a visual metaphor for a recent chapter in his biography — as he stepped back onto the Paris fashion stage as creative director of Maison Margiela. His first women’s ready-to-wear collection for the house that Martin built was a winner: spunky, approachable and full of personality.
 
If the artisanal couture collection he showed in January left the audience wanting, here there were plenty of fine, real-world clothes: narrow maxi coats with that twinge of vintage Margiela always peddled; tattered tartan miniskirts that winked to Galliano’s London club days; and the kind of delicate, hourglass gown in black lace that Mr. Bias has always done so effortlessly.
 
Another daring brand reinvention is getting under way, and Galliano — rebounding from anti-Semitic outbursts that led to his ouster from Dior in 2011 and a spectacular fall from grace — demonstrated range and finesse, not letting Margiela’s conceptual roots overpower his own romantic inclinations. For every patent peacoat with roughly hacked off sleeves there was

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Anrealage RTW Fall 2015

Photosensitive fabrics are right up Kunihiko Morinaga’s alley. The Anrealage designer continued to play with optical illusions for fall, sending out looks that changed their colors and patterns upon contact with the runway’s ultraviolet spotlights. “Light up the dark — to see what is not there,” was the mantra for this futuristic and somewhat entertaining production, which featured models wearing charcoal-like helmets, their skin painted black.
 
Morinaga focused on uniformlike coats and knitwear, all cut from a circle to produce softer silhouettes, which offset the lineup’s stark palette (with the occasional flare of color). The shapes’ repetitive nature only reinforced that the nylon, corduroy and wool fabrics were the stars here. Seemingly all black at first glance, their true nature — polka dots, colorful floral patterns, checks and tartans — was revealed by the spotlights. The effect was also used to highlight round inserts on wool coats and jackets.

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Missoni RTW Fall 2015

Missoni RTW Fall 2015

Angela Missoni’s fall collection was for “the neo-body-conscious Missoni woman.”

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Trussardi RTW Fall 2015

Trussardi RTW Fall 2015

An aviator theme ran through the lineup, with items such as a gray leather jumpsuit or a voluminous brown flight jacket sprouting a thick coat of green fur.

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Roberto Cavalli RTW Fall 2015

Roberto Cavalli RTW Fall 2015

Here was an eclectic collection of slinky, showy and sexy clothes unified by dense decoration.

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Marco de Vincenzo RTW Fall 2015

Marco de Vincenzo RTW Fall 2015

The show had a faint Seventies vibe, but modernized to the hilt.

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McQ Alexander McQueen RTW Fall 2015

McQ Alexander McQueen RTW Fall 2015

This contemporary collection’s focus was on inventive fabrications, with a straightforward approach to the silhouettes.

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Retailers Remain Upbeat About Fall

Optimism reigned as the activewear trend continued to dominate, while tailoring and casualwear also starred.

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Giles RTW Fall 2015

Giles RTW Fall 2015

Giles Deacon presented a strong collection as he riffed on Gothic style — with doses of Dracula.

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Paul Smith RTW Fall 2015

Paul Smith RTW Fall 2015

Sir Paul Smith reprised the blanket-check flannels — and a faint whiff of the Seventies — from his men’s show in Paris for this strong women’s outing.

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Paul Smith RTW Fall 2015

Paul Smith RTW Fall 2015

Sir Paul Smith reprised the blanket-check flannels — and a faint whiff of the Seventies — from his men’s show in Paris for this strong women’s outing.

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Teatum Jones RTW Fall 2015

Teatum Jones RTW Fall 2015

Rob Jones and Catherine Teatum channeled the no-nonsense masculinity of Sixties Northern English coal miners.

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9 Seriously Striking Things to See From the Marc Jacobs Fall 2015 Runway

The Marc Jacobs show is the unofficial end to New York Fashion Week and, guys, it’s here! From the string music that served as sound track to the grand scene portrayed on a backdrop, it all smacked of drama and a lady of the manor with some serious secrets (and that was even before I got a chance to check out the clothes!).


The setting was pretty rad, bathed in sinister-looking red light as guests arrived.


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Also there? MJ-branded waiters with vodka.


The painted set deserves a close-up because, seriously, this is impressive.


I didn’t spy a single model walk down the runway without gloves, with some rising all the way to the elbow and others simply skimming the wrist bone (most were black, but a few were done in snowy wine). Amal Clooney affect, perhaps?


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And sure, most of it was seriously lady-like, but there was also this one saucy sheer gown.


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The bags were lady-like, top-handle styles and, hurrah, included some leopard!


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Sequins were all over, including some floor-length gowns and evening coats, but they were most captivating when done as accents on the bottom of pieces or hidden inside folds, flashing as the ladies moved down the catwalk.


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Kendall Jenner was there too, though as a model and not a front row guest.

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Calvin Klein Collection RTW Fall 2015

Calvin Klein Collection RTW Fall 2015

Lou Reed and Carlo Mollino were two of Francisco Costa’s key influences for his fall collection of luxurious skins.

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Julianne Moore Attends Hugo Boss Fall 2015

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The actress turns out for Jason Wu’s Hugo Boss collection.

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Zero + Maria Cornejo RTW Fall 2015

Zero + Maria Cornejo RTW Fall 2015

The wonder of Maria Cornejo’s most impressive clothes lies in the grace with which she balances the eccentric with the classic — sometimes in a single look.

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Zero + Maria Cornejo RTW Fall 2015

Zero + Maria Cornejo RTW Fall 2015

The wonder of Maria Cornejo’s most impressive clothes lies in the grace with which she balances the eccentric with the classic — sometimes in a single look.

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Front Row at Altuzarra Fall 2105

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Rachel Zoe and Julia Restoin Roitfeld made front-row appearances at the fall show.

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New York Fall 2015 Collections Roll On

Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015

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Sandy Liang RTW Fall 2015

Sandy Liang RTW Fall 2015

Sandy Liang honed in on outerwear this season, explaining that when she started her label she initially wanted to design only coats.

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Monique Lhuillier RTW Fall 2015

Monique Lhuillier RTW Fall 2015

Monique Lhuillier sent out a jewel-toned collection of fluid evening looks.

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Monique Lhuillier RTW Fall 2015

Monique Lhuillier RTW Fall 2015

Monique Lhuillier sent out a jewel-toned collection of fluid evening looks.

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Kanye West x Adidas Originals Yeezy Season 1 RTW Fall 2015

Kanye West x Adidas Originals Yeezy Season 1 RTW Fall 2015

No one was expecting an exercise in basic ath-leisure from the creative fusion of the two megabrands that are Kanye West and Adidas.

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Front Row at Perry Ellis Fall 2015

The New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz was in Manhattan’s West Side for Perry Ellis.

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Chapter Men’s RTW Fall 2015

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Thed Jewel’s Chapter collection was inspired by the sci-fi cyber punk genre of movies with its dark lineup of goth-inspired clothing.

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Michael Kors Men’s RTW Fall 2015

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The designer used camoflauge as the primary pattern throughout his men’s collection to marry weekendwear with big city-centric classics.

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Opening Ceremony Men’s RTW Fall 2015

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Opening Ceremony turned to its close relationship with Spike Jonze as inspiration for its fall men’s collection.

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Military Jackets and Leather Motorcycle Jackets are dominating mens Fall & Winter looks. A versatile khaki or olive green Military Jacket is a wardrobe essential for men that carries you from Fall through the Spring. A statement Motorcycle Jacket with just the right detailing is the other must-have for men.

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Top 5 Contemporary Art Auctions This Fall

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Andy Warhol’s “A Group of Four Portraits of São Schlumberger”

Contemporary art auctions have caused quite a stir in recent years with buyers bidding record-breaking numbers. For those who want in on the action, these five fall auctions are not to be missed.

1. Sotheby’s Contemporary Art Evening Auction
New York, NY, November 11

First shown in 1952 at the Museum of Modern Art New York’s exhibition “15 Americans,” Mark Rothko’s “No. 21 (Red, Brown, Black and Orange)” is one of the major highlights of the contemporary art auctions taking place in New York this fall. A treasure of an exceptional private collection amassed by French oil tycoon Pierre Schlumberger and his wife São, the piece was purchased directly from the artist’s estate and has been part of their esteemed collection for over 40 years. Sotheby’s expects the work to fetch over $ 50 million when it hits the block on November 11, joining a trove of other masterpieces from the Schlumberger Collection as well as other distinguished private collections, including Gerhard Richter’s “Abstraktes Bild” (1991) and a group of four portraits of São Schlumberger by Andy Warhol.

2. Bonham’s Post-War and Contemporary Art Auction
New York, NY, November 11

Dennis Hopper returned to painting in the 2000s after decades devoted to photography. “Roy Lichtenstein in his Studio, 1964” is an exemplary piece from a period when the artist began turning his own photographs into billboard-scale paintings. Estimated at $ 130,000 to $ 180,000, the work is among the most sought after pieces at Bonham’s Post-War and Contemporary Art Auction in New York. It joins fresh to the market artworks from important East and West Coast private collections, including George Condo’s “Green on Green Collage Painting” (2000), a pair of photographs by Thomas Struth, and an untitled enamel on paper piece by Christopher Wool.

3. Christie’s Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale
New York, NY, November 12

After the excitement of last fall’s Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale at Christie’s, when a Francis Bacon triptych set a record for the highest amount paid at auction for a work of art, $ 142.4 million, the November 12 event will surely be on every collector’s calendar. Highlights of the affair include a rare grouping of 21 of Cindy Sherman’s “Untitled Film Stills, and a cache of works from the Cy Twombly foundation by Roy Lichtenstein, Bruce Nauman, Andy Warhol and Claes Oldenburg that present a view of four artists who had a powerful impact on Post-War American art in the 1960s.

4. Phillips Contemporary Art Evening
New York, NY November 13

Phillips upped their game last month with the inauguration of their posh new London flagship building, but the long-standing auction house is turning up the heat Stateside as well. Their Contemporary Art Evening on November 13, in New York, will include some of the most prominent artists of the present day including Dan Flavin, Yayoi Kusama, Richard Prince, Robert Ryman, and Rudolf Stingel, as well as young rising stars like Tauba Auerbach, Wade Guyton, and Julie Mehretu. Iconic pieces by Robert Indiana and Jean-Michel Basquiat round out the offerings.

5. Sotheby’s Art Contemporain
Paris, France, December 3, 7pm

Across the pond the art world is aflutter over Kazuo Shiraga, an important member of the Gutai movement (one of the first major art movements to emerge from post-war Japan) whose recent sales have far bypassed their estimated values, breaking records in the process. Dating from 1961, “Chishusei Kanchikotsuritsu,” is among the artist’s most sought after works. It joins a piece from the same year, by the Chinese-French abstract painter Chu Teh-Chun, several works by Pierre Soulages, and a rare painting by Jean Dubuffet at Sotheby’s Art Contemporain sale in Paris this December.

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–Celeste Sunderland has lived in New York, Berlin, Paris and the San Francisco Bay Area. A graduate of The University of Rhode Island’s Journalism School, she spent nearly a decade working in digital media production, and has been writing professionally for print and online publications for over fifteen years. In addition to writing for ARTPHAIRE, Celeste has her own blog Tidepooler.com, Inspired by a photograph by the German photographer Olaf Otto Becker.


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