The Summer sales just keep coming, and the latest one has us in designer euphoria: Net-A-Porter just kicked off its end of season sale today filled with delectable Spring and Summer goods slashed up to 50 percent off! Of course, prices aren't dirt cheap, but now's the time to invest in that piece you've been swooning over all season long. Think fresh footwear from the likes of Proenza Schouler and Alexander Wang, along with pretty dresses from Max Azria and bags from Stella McCartney. That, plus more of our favorite sale finds in the shoppable slideshow.
>> This Summer's gorgeous bevy of rope necklaces and bracelets combine organic elements like shells, stones and beads with futuristic pops of neon, shiny hardware and innovative textures. Layer them on friendship-bracelet style for a bit of surfer-bohemian chic or wear them on their own with sleek basics for a more polished, artsy vibe.
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Dakota Fanning arrived at LAX looking super stylish in a nude Elizabeth and James blazer and dark shades. Her slouchy tee and distressed Current/Elliott jeans oozed California-cool, while her black clogs and matching Proenza Schouler bag added a fun flare. Shop now to get Dakota's exact blazer, jeans, and bag.
>> With the Cannes Film Festival on full throttle, we're day dreaming of a trip to France. To get you in the mood too, we complied some essentials: a perfect white dress from Oscar de la Renta, Rachel Antonoff for Bass oxfords, a tweed jacket from Proenza Schouler, a straw cloche, and Ray-Bans. Of course, we couldn't resist adding in a cool Lomography Spinner camera to capture all of those priceless moments.
Left to right: Straw Cloche Hat ($18), Urban Outfitters Lomography Spinner Camera ($145), Ray-Ban Wayfarers ($145), Oscar de la Renta Crochet Dress ($1,990), Proenza Schouler Tweed Jacket ($1,525), Bass Loves Rachel Antonoff Jasmine Loafer ($129)
>> As the weather gets warmer, look towards bold pieces to make a Summer statement: a cool slip dress — complete with neon trimmings — from Proenza Schouler, graphic woven pumps from Prada, chic sunglasses from The Row, an eye-catching maillot, and bright pink lipstick to top it all off and keep your wardrobe sizzling. View five perfect options, and read why you need them.
>> Australia is currently one of our favorite street style scenes, and this latest snap shows us another inspiring look. For those breezier Spring climates, pair a watercolor effect mini with a light sweater, sheer black tights, and satin sandals. Then, finish off with a bright satchel for an artsy cool girl vibe. Like what you see? Shop similar inspiring picks from Boden, Carven, and Proenza Schouler now.
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Kristen Stewart abandoned her favored short skirts and casual look for a floor-length, diamond-patterned Proenza Schouler gown with a thigh-high slit. It was a pretty conservative look for Kristen, although she stuck with her staple heavy black eyeliner and tousled updo. Do you approve of this style on Ms. Stewart, or is the pattern just too much?
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>> Proenza Schouler is currently looking into launching fragrance, but it sounds like they're entering another category first: costume jewelry. Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez apparently hope to launch the line — which is still in a prototype stage — during the upcoming pre-collection season. The idea, they said, is to make it a seasonless, classic line that will be reprised every season in different colors and materials. “It’s nice when you've put so much time into developing a product for it to have a life. So much stuff that we put out there, three months later, it’s gone,” said McCollough. [WWD]