It’s the kick off of summer music festival season this weekend with Coachella. Not sure what to wear when you hit a festival? Here are a couple outfit suggestions to get you pointed in the right direction. [spacer] [list icon=”icon: certificate”] 1- L*Space “Audrey” Fringe top in Shell color 2- H&M Fringe Skirt in Black 3- Ray Ban Classic Aviators 4- Talula “Fawkner Blouse” Kimono in Black 5- Steve Madden “Nadiya” Open Back Booties in Brown 6- With Hearts in my Eyes Flared Lace Pants in Black 7- H&M “Coachella” Off the Shoulder Top in White 8- Tory Burch “Lucia” Lace Espadrilles [/list]
One of the few good things about cold crappy weather is that it allows you to add another layer to your look. It doesn’t have to be a parka but a top coat. So ditch the Canada Goose and give yourself some options. Here are some picks to add to your wardrobe and accessorize your look[spacer]
The words associated with Madonna all hold strength and respect. Whether it be her groundbreaking music, her explorative imagery with Steven Meisel (whom every model and celebrity yearns to work with today), her iconic tours, expanding family or her highly reproduced aesthetics. One could argue that Madonna’s career is primarily based on aesthetics.
As we continue to find inspiration for our appearance through the latest trends from New York Fashion Week, the hippest street style and runway collections, let us not forget who the designers themselves tend to take inspiration from; the rockstar. The majority of major fashion houses have used the musically-gifted for runway shows and ad campaigns.
Kaytranada, a magnet of hype throughout 2013 and into 2014, has been busy in the studio (including time with Diplo), on tour (including across Europe and Holy Ship) and developing a brand that includes a second instalment of jerseys with Montreal’s Superfluous Culture. The world of hip-hop has seen astonishing growth into the fashion world.