The new Wildfox White Label collection is like the Wildfox Couture that we already love, except on acid. L.A.-based Wildfox has been popular amongst the young Hollywood It crowd since 2006 for its '70s vintage vibe—yes, the west coast does love to be casual and stylish, so it's nice to have some dressier dressed down options. The Wildfox aesthetic is still in tact, with their signature cottons, graphics, and easy, breezy shapes, but the kicker is that everything is a bit more exaggerated and adorned with beyond-sassy sequins! We adore White Label's mish-mash of Marie Antoinette-Sergeant Pepper-Charlotte Gainsbourg-inspired pieces (and the model's blunt bands and long locks don't hurt), from flowy maxi dresses, to hooded military tops, to daisy-printed T-shirt tunics. Wildfox White Label is set to release in select boutiques and department stores this month, so gear up for spring, and make sure there are flowers in your hair.
Kara Ross Is No Longer On The CFDA Board — & Tom Ford Announces N...
The Council of Fashion Designers of America is slowly making changes following the appointment of Tom Ford as chairman, and this week marks another step