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Not all looks shown during Fashion Week actually make it into stores in its runway version. Most get trimmed down, simplified, and engineered for mass production — so you get a much more wearable version than the over-the-top creations you see on the models. But, what if the original that you're working with consists of a hat made of teddy bears and a dress made out of a shopping bag?
For Moschino's 30th anniversary, the brand really dove into the wacky, churning out a grin-inducing parade of craziness (don't worry — there were plenty of logo tees, trim jackets, and cheeky dresses amidst the novelty headbands and croissant necklaces). A 30th birthday party is one of the more existential ones in any person's life, and it seems to be the same deal with a brand. Instead of getting a real job, joining Match.com, and donating all its miniskirts, Moschino's doubled-down in the childlike playfulness that's defined the brand for decades. Click through for the five most over-the-top looks from the show. Never change, Moschino!
Few other shoe designers have Charlotte Olympia's chutzpah. The brand is a force for statement soles, churning out season after season of cheeky designs that touch on everything from Hollywood icons to Superbowl fandom to Archie Comics (RIP). But, one of the newest designs gives us pause. Or, rather, hands.
Summer’s last hurrah and the last good excuse to jet out of town and relax before the polar vortex returns — yep, it's Labor Day. If you’re taking advantage of the holiday with a long-weekend getaway, why not do it in style?
The easiest way to elevate your in-transit aesthetic is by toting some dope luggage. And, read