One of fashion’s most exciting aspects is the creative spirit of turning the ordinary into something much more, like the everyday, mundane safety pin. It’s not hard to see how they would inspire designers, especially clothing designers who use safety pins daily to drape, cinch and perfect.
Here’s a trend I can fully commit to! I love print and while I usually don’t like wallpaper florals, what appeals is all about timing. And right now this look just feels right. Speaking of timing, spring is the annual age of newness, so consider opting for something that’s out of your comfort zone…
While it’s not at all unusual for brands to use hardware to identify their work, McQ does this with more than the average buckle or stud. The razor blade is the company signature, and here it’s been inverted so that the negative space in the center (see below to get a better idea) becomes the YT’s simple key-shaped accent.
This Puma collaboration is crazy – as in, crazy good. When you think of the darkly romantic designs of McQueen, sneakers are certainly not the first pieces that come to mind, but with the runway sneaker boom in full swing, it’s not altogether surprising.
Just a touch of baroque glamour makes this chain-strapped clutch all the more modern. McQ Alexander McQueen has a knack for creating enhanced yet practical basics that go from super-casual to evening-appropriate in a cinch, for always-accessible prices. This flap-front clutch offers a bit of minimalism for the maximalist at heart.