Between Target and H&M collaborations, designer fashion is more accessible than ever, and those collections are just getting better all the time. If you thought Isabel Marant’s H&M tour de force was highly anticipated, then there’s not even a word to describe the mania that’s about to ensue for Alex Wang.
I love green in all its many incarnations, from forest to moss to lime to mint, but it’s military that’s perhaps the most versatile of them all. On the tomboyish side of the spectrum, it eliminates the prissiness from any ensemble, but don’t think the army-inspired shade can’t feel fresh and alluring.
This backpack looks so entirely odd at first, it almost resembles more of a small teepee than a leather bag. But Jil Sander’s lean, offbeat, uncommon shape actually makes perfect sense. Think about it: what do you put at the very top of a backpack? Nothing.
It’s easy to get so wrapped up in Karl Lagerfeld’s stunning work for Chanel and Fendi that we forget he has his own eponymous line. But he does, and it’s pretty desirable in its own right, especially the Spring ’15 collection.
It-Brit luxury brand plus It-Brit supermodel: it was only a matter of time before the stars of Mulberry and Cara Delevingne aligned.
There’s nothing like a good animal print to get your engines revved, so to speak, but once you’ve seen so much leopard and zebra season after season, it’s hard for the standard exotic motifs to do the trick. Enter the Bambi effect.