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Paris Fashion Week Spring 2018 Runway Roundup

With the Spring 2018 runway shows officially drawing to a close in the City of Light, Paris Fashion Week has ended for yet another season. On the catwalks, designers such as Giambattista Valli and Christian Dior presented pastel pink frocks, feminine skirts and all manner of sparkly accents. Here’s a closer look at the most eye-catching collections from the Paris runways.

Giambattista Valli

At Giambattista Valli, the theme appeared to be ladylike luxury. The Italian designer featured pink ruffles and lace trim on skirts, tiny sheer camisoles and voluminous tiered frocks. Meanwhile, dainty yellow floral prints made their way onto pantsuits and romantic dresses. For a twist on classic prepster, fitted knit sweater vests were paired with puffed sleeve shirts.

Major Looks: Preppy femininity, lace and ruffles, tiers and sweater vests


Creative director Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski played with plaid in a major way, with checkered and tartan prints making an entrance. Rich verdant shades of green shared the stage with yellow, candy pink and grey. From oversized boyfriend blazers to pastel yellow pants, colour and patterns stole the spotlight at Hermès. Pops of burgundy also brought depth to textured trousers, a wrap dress and a flared midi skirt.

Major Looks: Plaid prints, trousers, bright shades of green, yellow and burgundy


At Balmain, Olivier Rousteing focused on basic black, in the form of sleek black pleather. From shiny overalls to cropped skinny trousers, pleather brought a fierce 1980s style vibe to the runway. Meanwhile, clear plastic was a surprising and edgy twist on traditional fabrics. Models marched the catwalk in see-through boots, trench coats and fitted skirts. With over-the-top black ruffles and peplum waists bringing a finishing touch to designs, the collection managed to be rebellious yet chic.

Major Looks: Pleather and plastic, basic black, ruffles, rebellious vibes

Christian Dior

Designer Maria Grazia Chiuri merged practicality with elegance, which resulted in inspiration drawn from the 1970s. From bellbottom jeans paired with striped, feminist slogan tees to fringed knit skirts, the groovy Seventies were certainly in the air. Meanwhile, Dior’s latest colour palette involved shades of rich blue, creamy white and hints of neon yellow. Polka dots, black and white checkered prints and skirts with front slits all played a role.

Major Looks: Seventies inspiration, blue and white hues, checkered and polka dot prints

Photos: Vogue Runway 

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Live Your Princess Dream With The New Disney Wedding Collection

Apparently, there are quite a few of us who haven’t outgrown the dream of being a Disney Princess. On Friday, Disney and Allure Bridals announced they will be launching the Disney Fairy Tale Weddings Collection.

The elegant collection features 16 gowns inspired by the style and spirit of Disney Princess characters such as Ariel, Aurora, Belle, Jasmine, Cinderella, Pocahontas, Rapunzel, Tiana and Snow White.

“So many brides grow up admiring their favorite Disney Princess characters and are inspired by their journeys, gowns and stories of the classic films,” Kelly Crum, Allure Bridals CEO wrote in a Allure Bridals news release.

According to Disney, the collection will be available at select bridal boutiques across the country this Spring. Seven of the 16 styles will be featured exclusively at Kleinfeld Bridal stores in New York and Toronto as the Disney Fairy Tale Weddings Platinum Collection. 

Prices will range from $3,500 to $10,000.


Photo Credits: Disney




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Amber Valletta Joins British Vogue


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Veteran supermodel, actress and environmentalist Amber Valletta has a new job. 46-year-old Valletta has been announced as British Vogue’s new contributing sustainability editor. The newly created position will have Valletta focusing on content related to sustainability and similar issues.   

In a statement to WWD, Valletta shared her feelings about the new appointment. “British Vogue is disrupting the entire fashion industry and it’s never been a more exciting time to join Edward and the team as contributing sustainability editor to support the positive conversations happening across the industry right now.”


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Oscars 2020: Best Dressed Stars


Last night, the 92nd annual Academy Awards were held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Hollywood’s best and brightest came out to honour the year’s best in film. The Oscars are the official end of the awards season and the stars did not disappoint. Check out our best dressed picks below.


Scarlett Johansson wowed in this beautiful Oscar de la Renta gown. Credit: Nick Agro /©A.M.P.A.S.

Gal Gadot was a vision in Givenchy Haute Couture. Credit: Nick Agro / ©A.M.P.A.S.

Regina King dazzled in a custom Versace gown. Credit: Nick Agro / ©A.M.P.A.S.

Brie Larson shined in Celine. Credit: Nick Agro / ©A.M.P.A.S.

Saoirse Ronan brought the drama in this unique Gucci gown. Credit: Nick Agro / ©A.M.P.A.S.



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