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Forget the LBD this summer, it’s the LPD (little pink dress) that you need, now. Country songstress Jessie James Decker looked pretty in pink, in a bubblegum hued, mini-dress, recently. Decker wore the Retrofete Hadley Suede Dress ($611) and strappy heels, showing off her gorgeous gams (and figure!), while strutting the red carpet at the Country Music Television Awards. Come in hot with a pink dress of your own!
Pink Faux Suede Bardot Mini Dress, $62: Faux suede isn’t just reserved for warmer temps. The soft, draping fabric of this wrap dress, makes for a luxe feel.
Superdown Rebecca Strapless Dress, $88: Pack this strapless style on your next beach (babe) vacay. Not only will it show off tan shoulders, it can easily transition from day to night.
Retrofete Ella Dress, $698: The padded single shoulder, sparkly fabric, and velvet belt, are what dressing-up is all about! Next step: finding an outing that will do this fabulous look justice.
Topshop Ruched Mini Slip Dress, $60: The slip dress in itself is a super popular style right now, without even considering its light, blush hue. The ruching on the side is definitely fun and flirty, making this pick ready for your next girls’ night out.
Alice + Olivia Iris Gathered Dress, $657: Turn heads in this hot pink, and certainly fancy, dress. The cinched waist and vibrant, floral lace fabric are ‘wear’ it’s at.
Fashion Heals For SickKids Holds Their 5th Annual Fundraiser
Fashion Heals for SickKids is a vibrant annual event that aims to raise awareness and funds for The Hospital for Sick Children with a focus on supporting the hospital’s Innovation Grant for Paediatric Cancer Care and Research and the SickKids VS Limits campaign. Last night, the fifth annual fundraiser was held at The Atrium at Ricarda’s.
The night’s main event was a fashion show where patients, caregivers and doctors showcased clothing from Nordstrom.
Real Style attended the runway show as the courageous young people and their caregivers strutted their stuff for the catwalk. As each model came out, the hosts of the night, Melissa Grelo and Jessica Allen of The Social gave an account of their experience at SickKids and the circumstances that brought them there.
Two year old Nash was carried by his mother Miranda. Nash was born with Congenital Bilateral Cataracts, which meant he was born blind. The Ophthalmology Department at SickKids worked to give Nash his vision at just 10 weeks old. Another inspirational model of the night was Stephanie Clayton, SickKids patient ambassador who gave a first hand account of her experience at SickKids and the multitude of ways that SickKids had made an impact on her life for the better.
In terms of style, Fashion Heals featured a number of outfits from Nordstrom. Models were styled by Toronto fashion consultancy La Closette, and the animal print trend showed it was still going strong with faux fur vests, leopard print dresses and python print boots.
After the show, Canadian musician Karl Wolf performed a few of his hit songs as well as some old school hip hop favourites to the delight of the crowd. Guests then filtered out into the lounge for cocktails and appetizers, and many bid on items at the silent auction.
Fashion Heals successfully combined fashion and fundraising to provide a fantastic evening for everyone who attended while raising funds for a cause that benefits many.
Meghan Markle Wows In Banana Republic Trench Dress
While in Africa on royal tour, The Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle has worn a variety of beautiful outfits. She’s been seen in everything from jeans to chic pantsuits to flowing dresses. One our favourite looks is one she sported today while visiting the University of Johannesburg in South Africa. The $139 Banana Republic double-breasted trench dress is chic and affordable. She paired the dress with Stuart Weitzman pumps.
On the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s official Instagram account, it was confirmed that while at the University the Duchess announced a new series of gender grants from the Association of Commonwealth Universities, of which she is patron. She was also able to announce four new scholarships to help students’ study in different commonwealth countries, allowing cross cultural understanding and an opportunity to deepen their educational studies abroad.
This morning, The Duchess of Sussex went back to college! Joining students and educators at The University of Johannesburg The Duchess was able to announce a new series of gender grants from the Association of Commonwealth Universities, of which she is patron. She was also able to announce four new scholarships to help students study in different commonwealth countries, allowing cross cultural understanding and an opportunity to deepen their educational studies abroad. One of the recipients of these grants shared his story of growing up on farmland in Kenya, where he paid for his education trading vegetables to cover schooling costs (cauliflower leaves to be exact!) He is now doing a research study on carcinogens in his country, its link to cancer – his work is helping to change practices and to save lives. The Duchess was so moved by the work being done across the education sector and to talk with such like-minded thinkers about the importance of access to education and the support needed internally. When the round table discussion this morning moved to the challenges faced in this sector and how daunting it can all seem, The Duchess said, “Sometimes access to education can seem so big, you wonder where to even begin? So you begin with one student, or one school, you simply begin. And that’s when we see change.” She continued by referencing a Martin Luther King Jr quote: “Take the first step… you don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.” Since @the_acu_official Gender Grants were launch in 2016, 28 universities in 17 countries have benefited with a minimum of 600 beneficiaries participating in workshops supported by the grants. #RoyalVisitSouthAfrica Photo ©️ PA images
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Top Models And Designers Honour Karl Lagerfeld
Tonight at the Maison KARL LAGERFELD, a private exhibition will be held to celebrate the launch of the #TributeToKarl commemorative project. Follow Instagram Live for your exclusive glimpse inside the event.
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It’s no secret that late designer Karl Lagerfeld’s favourite fashion item was the white shirt. Last night, Lagerfeld’s famous friends gathered to honour his legacy at an event for the White Shirt Project. Held in Paris, friends and admirers that attended included Anna Wintour, Gigi Hadid, Karlie Kloss and Kaia Gerber.
According to the New York Times, drew dozens of high-profile participants, including the retailer Sarah Andelman, the model Eva Herzigova and Alessandro Michele of Gucci, and asked them to create bespoke white shirts inspired by their personal memories of Mr. Lagerfeld. An additional seven shirts — by Ms. Roitfeld, Cara Delevingne, Tommy Hilfiger, Sébastien Jondeau, Diane Kruger, Kate Moss and Takashi Murakami — have been replicated 77 times each and are available online for $777 in the United States and 777 euros in Europe on the Karl Lagerfeld and Farfetch websites.
All proceeds will be donated to Sauver la Vie, a charity Lagerfeld himself supported.
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