Posing for Harper's Bazaar, Natalia emulates the kind of style we'll be seeking all Fall. So, if you're looking to style up your denim, just do this: work it like Natalia in denim on denim, plush contrasting colors, and pretty paired down pieces. It's simple, sometimes playful, always super sexy — and not too hard to replicate. Click on to get inspired by Natalia's moody blues.
Fall is just around the corner, and with it a new season of colors, textures, and style. So what should you be looking forward to? There's a lot going on, so we're breaking down 10 of the hottest makeup trends and explaining how to make them wearable. So to find out what the next few months have in store, just keep reading.
No one clothing item more perfectly transitions your wardrobe into the colder months than a classic cape. Worn over a favorite pair of jeans or dressed up trousers, this is one silhouette that never goes out of style. Some of our favorites above from the fall collections, including more than a few by Stella McCartney, who does casual cool better than most.
A favorite designer collaboration is back and about to hit Urban Outfitters come Fall. Geren Ford's more affordable label, HAWKS, debuts its Fall '10 collection and delivers the goodies online and in UO stores. We already love what we see — bold colors, classic silhouettes, short hemlines. It's pretty-perfect cocktail wear with modern party girl flair.
Some of the most memorable looks to hit the international runways this month were detailed in all kinds and colors of fur—a white mongolian lamb cuff here, an orange-splashed fox fur miniskirt there—and of our favorite handbags and shoes of the season followed suit. Think Michael Kors' soft cross-body satchels, Karl Lagerfeld's Nanook of the North boots and matching chain-strap handbag for Chanel, and Thakoon's fur-trimmed open-toe booties. Click below for a gallery of some of the most luxurious finishing details for fall 2010.
Marc Jacobs presented his take on the classic gray flannel three-piece suit during New York Fashion Week as did Michael Kors—both designed relaxed, slouchy variations on the Eighties working girl look. Alexander Wang took things further into the future with his midriff bearing jacket and thigh-high legwarmers. Over at 3.1 Phillip Lim the cropped jacket was collarless and the trousers high-waisted and loose-fitting. The silhouettes may vary, but the message is clear—the power suit is back.
Designer Alexander Wang released his first ever video campaign for his ready-to-wear Fall 2010 collection. Shot in a deserted New York City hotel and hair and newspapers flying everywhere, it's still hard to keep your eyes off the black lace and sheer fabrics that make his collection memorable.
While the thought of Fall clothing can make us giddy, it can also incite panic — fear that we don't have all the pieces we need to get through the cozy-conscious months ahead. No worries; Simply Vera Vera Wang's Fall '10 Collection is littered with the essentials we're craving — jewel toned hues, texture, and a few luxe accessories. It's layered-up city girl meets lady on the go, stylishly assembled with separates you'll live in all season long — besides the fact that you'll be scoring Wang's design aesthetic, all priced under $160. Click on to glimpse the goods.
Last year, Gap debuted its 1969 Premium Jeans collection and vowed to keep it chic and affordable. This year, they're taking it to the next level — and keeping their promise. On August 3, Gap's new Fall denim line hits stores with a revamp — new styles with fresh features like zippers, hardware, stencils, and a rainbow of washes, all starting under $70. Already pumped? Then shop and celebrate August 5 at Gap's in-store party. Just stop by any store for a sneak peek of the new documentary on the American spirit of denim, Blue Gold: The Story of American Jeans. Besides 30 percent off, you could also win a stylish cameo in the film — just submit your own jeans story video via bluegoldthemovie.com/contest. For now, flip through the delicious denim to get inspired — and mark your faves.