Fall Fashion From Renowned Skate Brand, DGK

If there’s any cool kid brand, it has to be DGK, a skateboard company turned fashion powerhouse co-founded by pro skateboarder Stevie Williams—best known as one of the most influential skateboarders of all time—and Matt Daughters of The Kayo Group.

The brand takes your regular hoodies and steps them up. They’re not only affordable (most items are under $100), but they’re super comfortable, and have designs that are not only stylish, but inspiring. DGK is known for their collaborations with creative leaders like Virgil Abloh, Bruce Lee, and brands like Kool-Aid and G-Shock, and fuse together fashion and pop culture in ways that no other brand has done before.

Their fall collections are stylish and cozy. One of these collections is called the Cry Later Collection, which uses the comedy and tragedy masks from

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Milan Fashion Week: What Do We Want To Wear Now?

When you think of Italian fashion, your mind typically bounces from one end of the spectrum to the other. All out glamour, or sophisticated, quality staples. Unsurprisingly, this season in Milan, the needle moved rapidly as designers made their debuts, shared their swan songs, and established themselves as part of the new guard. But where the magic truly lies is when a collection connects the dot and shows you don’t have to pick just one or the other. “Quiet luxury” might be a trending term as of late, but it’s long been the Italian modus operandi—and this season, the best collections proved that everything from a button-down to a gown should be infused with beauty and evoke the same emotional response.

Chatter in the front rows reverberated a lot around point of view: who has it down pat, who is still finding their footing, and who’s borrowing too

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Meet The NEXT High-End Brands That Should Be On Your Fashion Radar

This editorial is sponsored by Visa 

If you are a true fashion girl, you know that the only thing that beats luxury is a good one-of-one find. Unique buys and custom-made pieces are the easiest ways to make a fashion statement. Turning heads as a trendsetter becomes an even better feeling when you use that fashion statement to put others on to a new designer or brand.

This year, She’s Next in Fashion, Empowered by Visa – an annual program that provides a cash grant and marketing support to women-owned small businesses– includes a bevy of boutique lines specializing in bespoke luxury, pret-a-porter designer wares and unique pieces for special occasions. Get into it!

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Roger Federer, Fashion Designer

On Wednesday morning in New York, I watched as Roger Federer toured the Uniqlo flagship on Fifth Ave, a phalanx of videographers moving amoeba-like around him. Outside, a small crowd of admirers was growing larger by the minute. If there’s one thing Federer has heard approximately one billion times from fans, it’s that he is their favorite tennis player. I joked that he might be becoming their favorite fashion designer. “Up-and-coming fashion designer,” he replied, cracking his famously warm grin.

As he was there to announce, Federer has created a collection of clothing for Uniqlo with Loewe creative director Jonathan Anderson. Available August 28, the collaboration is the latest in a string of apparel and accessories projects the icon of sporting icons has launched in the last few years. In 2018, Federer signed an endorsement deal with Uniqlo, and began refining his on-court fits with the brand’s

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This Designer Relaunched Her Brand With a Shape-Shifting, Chic Philosophy

The collection has echoes of the original capsule wardrobe, created by Elsa Schiaparelli in 1946, at a time when women began to enter the workforce and leave the home more. The collection consisted of exact pieces that women would need on the go. In Ochuba’s case, all her offerings, from a slick black leather pump with cutouts to a hulking cream fur scarf, fit into her suitcase.

Ochuba realized she had made the perfect travel edit after she forgot to bring her own clothes on a trip to Paris and was left with only her collection. Luckily, she had a piece for every occasion. “I was so focused on the collection that I didn’t pack anything myself,” says Ochuba. “There were five pairs of shoes and outfits for every occasion—for a night out, for a business brunch, for cocktails. It fits into a medium-size suitcase that fits into the

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Loewe mixes fashion with giant confetti cubes at Paris show

PARIS — Fragile half-ton cubes of colored confetti lay on Loewe’s white runway at Paris Fashion Week. Ushers desperately tried to guide guests including Jamie Dornan, Naomi Campbell and Catherine O’Hara around the blocks fearing the decor would disintegrate at the slightest brush. Sometimes, it partially did.

The highly creative show itself by Jonathan Anderson – that used feathers, and satins and velvet — continued the theme of reduction and ephemeral impressions.

Here are some highlights of Friday’s fall-winter 2023-2024 ready-to-wear shows in Paris.


For fall, the brand’s lauded Northern Irish designer continued his exploration of pared-down and reductive styles — where a single garment often comprised the entire look.

Loewe described it as “an idea of elementality: one piece, and that’s it, reduced to the bluntest shape possible.”

The touchstone of the Old Master painters, as seen in Anderson’s men’s collection, was felt here again

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The Attico’s Latest Capsule References R&B Icons Mary J. Blige, TLC

THE ATTICO’S SWAG: As much as the fashion crowd at large right now, The Attico’s Gilda Ambrosio and Giorgia Tordini are obsessed with the ‘90s and they are celebrating some of the decade’s icons in their latest capsule collection;elm:context_link;itc:0″ class=”link “capsule collection for fall 2023.

Dubbed “Kick Your Game,” it pays homage to R&B stars including Mary J Blige, Aaliyah and TLC — their style a mix of high and low, streetwear and glamour.

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Comprising ready-to-wear and accessories that capture the zing of that era’s fashion, the collection updates The Attico’s styles, including cargo pants, jerseys and washed-out denim jeans scattered in crystals, as well as tops, frocks, skirts and leggings decked in a multicolored bandana motif.

Playing with contrasting silhouettes, oversize bomber jackets and low-slung baggy pants mingle with skin-baring body-con pieces with cutouts and chainmail or feathery details.

The capsule collection

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Footpatrol x Paperboy Ready a Three Piece Apparel Collection

Formed from a love of sandwiches and style, Parisian streetwear imprint Paperboy has established quite the name for itself since its 2014 inception. After collaborating with the likes of New Balance, CLARKS, BEAMS and more, Paperboy has now joined forces for a second time with Footpatrol for a concise collection of goods.

Being like-minded in taste, it only makes sense for these two European heavyweights to come together once more. The collaboration itself simply consists of three key styles – one hoodie and two T-Shirts. Adopting a monochromatic colourway, these pieces sport a relaxed fit, making them simple to pair with almost anything.

Atop each piece, the duo has made use of both their iconic brandings, with the Footpatrol Gasmask and Paperboy’s mascot character working in unison throughout. In celebration of the launch, Paperboy has created a bespoke lunch menu offering that will be available in its cafe for

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PUMA And LaQuan Smith Blur The Lines Of Fashion And Sports With New Collection

PUMA and LaQuan Smith first teased a joint collection at New York Fashion Week in 2021. Now, collection-1234737203/” data-ylk=”slk:the iconic streetwear;elm:context_link;itc:0″ class=”link “the iconic streetwear and high-fashion brands have officially launched a new collaboration.

Known for its streetwear and connection to Hip-Hop culture, PUMA is stepping into the luxury runway world of stapled 34-year-old fashion impresario Smith. “Blurring the lines between fashion and sports,” the “athluxury” capsule includes sneakers and apparel.

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Added to the shoes are metallic-silver details and a monogrammatic PUMA accent on top, adding a flair of luxury. Both kicks feature a metallic lace lock with black laces. The Kosmo Rider has a mint green, gray, black, and silver colorway while the RS-X features a black, gray, and silver look.

Apparel offered in the sleek collection includes corset tops, body suits, leggings, and T-shirts. Like the footwear, metallic detailing, sharp lines, and

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Ariana Grande Goes Make-Up-Free And Rocks Her Natural Curly Hair Whilst In The Bath

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Sound the alarm: Ariana Grande has *just* dropped a brand new beauty collection. In new Instagram and TikTok posts revealing her God Is A Woman Body range, the singer shares that the collection consists of four scented products, including a body scrub soufflé, body oil, hand and body cream, and a deluxe travel-sized version of the fragrance. And whilst we’re, of course, super excited to get our hands on the entirety of the line, what gets us more is the video Ari shared for the announcement…

In the short but sweet[ner] (see what I did there?) 12-second video, Ariana is shown to be ariana-grande-makeup-free-before-and-after-instagram/” data-ylk=”slk:makeup-free” class=”link “makeup-free and donning her naturally curly hair texture. Someone call the throwback police because we’re being taken back to 2008! That’s pre-Nickelodeon days, BTW.

Oh, and did I mention that she’s also in the bath?

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