Sometimes a picture tells a thousand words, and a video, a million. Like H&M's spring trends video, which not only showcases a couple of H&M's fresh spring '12 looks, but also features an inside glimpse into the Swedish mega-brand's warmer-weather staples. To showcase the picks, H&M's head designer Ann-Sofie Johansson sends washed-out separates down the runway, explaining the silhouettes of the season. Words like "tailored," "neon," and "girlish" are thrown around a lot, evoking a kind of "Brights? In spring? Groundbreaking" reaction, but despite the familiarity, we're not complaining. Fash-geeks won't be shocked at predictions of a sporty spring, but we dig that H&M caught on to the neon colorblocking vibe that has currently been an obsession. And that white blazer at the 18 second mark? Never going out of style.
Culottes are not easy. But, hey, we never back down in the face of a little fashion challenge. Especially one that pays off in spades and is as flattering as this one. Yes, we said it: flattering.
We understand culottes have had a bad rap, and one that was only perpetrated with the popularity of stretchy gauchos in the read
Oh '80s teens: Is there anything they don't know? They knew that Ronald Reagan sucked, that one must always avoid the Noid, and that the Go-Gos and The Smiths were the best bands of all time. And, it turns out that they knew their fashion stuff, too — as this recently-unearthed video shows.
Filmed by Scott Hayden in read