Fall is here! Well, not officially, but it’s post-Labor Day here in America.
If summer is over, then that gives us carte blanche to start wearing fall trends.
In regards to my personal style, I wanted to wear more soft colors this season, as oppose to the BOLD teals I’ve been wearing all summer. Luckily, I’ve fallen in love with one of Pantone’s picks of the season: Cashmere Rose.
Photo Credit: Pantone
Here are a few looks I’m envisioning for this fall:
What colors are you looking forward to wearing this season?
Blue is one of my favorite colors to wear, and it was prominent on the spring fashion runways.
Alberta Ferretti, Bibhu Mohapatra, Juan Carlos Obando, Calvin Klein
There are many shades and tones of blue to choose from. Here are a few looks to carry you to summer.
Spring is here, which means we have free reign to wear pastels!
Pastels are hot on the spring runways. The following are a few looks to prove that it’s possible for mere mortals to wear this trend without looking too…festive.
A strong trend on the fashion radar is black & white. You may do it in stripes, polka dots, floral prints, or color blocking.
Here are some looks from the Spring ’15 RTW runways.
1. Oscar de la Renta 2. Proenza Schouler 3. Cushnie et Ochs 4. Altuzarra 5. Balmain
1. Alice + Olivia 2. Marc By Marc Jacobs 3. Givenchy 4. Versace 5. Giambattista Valli
The following are a few ways to transition the trend from the runway to your wardrobe.
Tom Ford was the guest of honor at amfAR’s fifth annual Inspiration Gala held in Los Angeles. The night celebrated not only Ford’s contribution to menswear, but for his commitment to fighting the ongoing AIDS crisis.
Here are some of the night’s highlights
Miley Cyrus, Tom Ford, Rihanna
Michelle Rodriguez, Dan Caten, and Dean Caten
Dita Von Teese
Photos: Getty Images
Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have been found not guilty of tax evasion in an Italian appeals court.
This means the duo will not have to pay over $434mil USD, nor face any jail time. If the Corte Supreme di Cassazione had affirmed the lower courts’ decision, it would mean the end of Dolce & Gabbana as we know it. The designers made previous statements that they would close the doors to the Italian luxury house if they were forced to pay the hefty fines.
This is indeed good news for the design powerhouse as well as fashionistas across the world!