Turns out Victoria Beckham had another stylish Brit in mind when was spotted out in denim: herself! The shop on victoriabeckham.com is officially stocked with the jeans you'll want to wear for Fall — especially if Victoria's sleek style is one you're after.
Of the newly abundant line, Victoria exclusively told POPSUGAR: "I have expanded the line to include more vintage washes, like the saturated deep indigo and the '70s blues. In terms of cut, the Flare [above] is my perfect jean. I live in them at the moment."
New hues aren't all we have to look forward to! "There are also more fabric options this season," Victoria elaborated. "Leather in jackets, cotton canvas, luxury velvet pieces, and military outerwear.” Scroll down to see the offerings — trust us, you'll be glad you did!
The piece: Nike Dunk Sky Hi Premium Sneakers
The price: $165
Why we want it: Our sneaker infatuation has graduated to full-fledged love affair — and we're hot and heavy with another round of Nike's Dunk wedges. Before you write them off as just a passing trend, consider this: they might look sporty and cute now with your cutoffs and tees, but come Fall and Winter they'll be entirely functional and comfortable (and equally cool!) with your skinny jeans and sweaters, taking the place of any hellish heeled ankle boots. And with their muted blue hue, they can safely go with any number of items already in our closet. Hey, we don't like to think about the cold coming either, but at least these kicks give our feet something to look forward to.
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Our love for Olivia Palermo's street style knows no bounds — that's in large part because the fashion darling is more often wearing a mix of accessible pieces and labels rather than head-to-toe Valentino. So regardless of whether or not you opt for designer jeans or distressed skinnies you got on sale, Olivia's latest isn't hard to replicate. This fashion pro knows that the way to make your denim-on-denim a little more elevated than the average Canadian tuxedo is with cooler accessories, like her mirrored Westward Leaning shades and her fluorescent Pretty Loafers camo-print flats ($199). The rest really doesn't require any more effort than pulling out your everyday jeans and matching them up with a chambray button-down. That's pretty low-maintenance for a trendsetter.
When Nicolas Ghesquière stepped down as creative director at Balenciaga last July, Alexander Wang took the helm. His first collection for the French fashion house was Fall 2013, and although he had big shoes to fill, he did an impeccable job with a chic black and white palette. And Hollywood's roster of cool-girl stars, like Carey Mulligan and Elizabeth Olsen, have already flocked to his designs for various press appearances all over the world. As if that weren't enough, it seems the collection may have something of a superstar fan in Lady Gaga. Head inside to witness them all.
Though it started as a leather goods shop in 1913 by brothers Martino and Mario Prada, Mario's great granddaughter Miuccia Prada would transform the company into the design powerhouse it is today. First would be her line of waterproof backpacks and totes in 1979 that would go on to inspire the release of Prada's definitive nylon handbags in 1984. In 1989, Miuccia and her partner Patrizio Bertelli launched Prada's first ready-to-wear line, which instantly gained recognition for its clean lines and luxe fabrics.
Now with Miuccia at the helm for more than 30 years, Prada has been shaped by artful, whimsical talent that takes us from ladylike, curve-conscious dressing one season to dramatic textures and boxy shapes the next. Its fan base and influence knows no bounds — and it's not hard to see why the label has remained a fashion mainstay and a design house heavy hitter. Look back at some of the brand's most memorable runway looks.