Summer storms and faltering stamina weren’t enough to keep menswear’s best dressed from the streets of the capital for today’s London Collections: Men.
See the looks we loved and brush up on what you’ll be wearing for SS17.
From New York to London, Milan to Paris, the past month has been a showcase of next-season collections, upcoming trends and street style statements. We spotted the Reiss SS16 collection in amongst the madness, and here we take a look at our ten favourite outfits from the month.
Today marks the launch of Paris Fashion Week and the last in the line-up of cities for the month. We celebrate by taking a look at the women who have successfully established themselves as icons of French style through the decades. These are our Top 5 inspirational style setters.
Whilst the industry insiders flock to each of the four Fashion Weeks to get the first glimpse of the AW16 collections, their own outfits also act as the perfect indicator to what we should be wearing for SS16. Pink is the hue that’s caught our eye over the past few weeks, giving both daytime and evening outfits a feminine spin that feels modern and fresh. A far cry from the crayon shades of our childhood, these pieces are designed for the utmost sophistication. Think delicate ballet hues and rich, dusky alternatives worn one by one or layered head to toe.
Milan is the new destination on the style set’s agenda as they move on to city three of Fashion Month. A more feminine aesthetic should be expected from the runway shows, and so too from the street style looks. From industry insiders to celebrities, bloggers to photographers, our top 10 instagrammers will provide the best insight into the week without having to hop aboard a flight.
Last Friday, the style set descended on the streets of London; the second city in the Fashion Month line-up. We headed to Brewer Street carpark – the central destination and hub of all-things show-related – to snap our favourite street style looks and give an insight into what the industry’s most stylish are wearing for the start of the season.
This month sees the launch of one of 2016’s most anticipated exhibits: Vogue 100, A Century of Style. Designed to mark the publication’s 100th birthday, this curation draws on Vogue’s extensive archive to form a showcase of stunning imagery spanning from 1916 to present day.
Today, as the style set flocks to London for the launch of Fashion Week, we celebrate the exhibition and the city’s fashion offering outside the shows. We talk to Robin Muir, the curator of the exhibition and previously picture editor at Vogue, about the process behind creating one of the most talked about events in fashion’s calendar.
Vogue 100: A Century of Style is sponsored by Leon Max and is now showing at the National Portrait Gallery, London until the 22nd May 2016.
As New York Fashion Week draws to a close, we take a look at the stand-out street style looks from the past few days. Rest assured, the sub-zero temperatures won’t stop the style set from making a statement, so expect outerwear aplenty and only the finest winter footwear.
When it comes to Fashion Week, outfit preparation is key, and with a host of shows and events to attend throughout the week, who better to ask for styling tips than a NYFW attendee herself? Fashion blogger, Pam Hetlinger from The Girl From Panama is our insider for the week, so we caught up with her to ask her how she stays polished from the early hours to the evening.
As one of the world’s most photographed women, even New York City’s worst weather was not enough to stop Kylie Jenner from arriving at New York Fashion Week with cosy yet chic style at the forefront of her mind.
Pictured in the Reiss Enna wrap coat, the star of Keeping Up With The Kardashians showed how style and warmth need not be mutually exclusive.
Discover Reiss women’s coats and jackets.
Today marks the start of the main month in fashion’s calendar and the style set have jetted from various capitals to New York for a week of shows and events. With street style snaps gaining as much attention as the runway, outfit preparation is key. Our go-to for inspiration this season is the most reliable of all style sources – the Fashion Editors. Be sure to follow them now for of-the-moment updates throughout the month.
It’s often said that a lot can happen in a week, and it’s never been truer than at this week’s London Collections: Men. The great and the good of the menswear world gathered at various locations across the capital to greedily eye up all that AW16 had to offer.
There were a few stubbornly persistent designs (exposed necks in winter are increasingly looking to be a thing of the past) while others took unlikely sources as inspiration (teddy bear fur is no longer just a suitable covering for soft toys, but for grown men too).
So, what does this all mean for modern menswear? We’ve put together a list of the most important takeaways from the showcase. Planning next winter’s wardrobe starts here.
Denim, suede, camel, corduroy. The men of London today took to the capital’s streets for AW16′s menswear presentations in every fabric, colour and style imaginable.
We were on hand to capture our favourite looks from outside the shows and spotted Reiss worn by some of the city’s snappiest dressers.
Menswear aficionados take note, planning next winter’s wardrobe starts here.
Yesterday marked the end of the longest and most exciting month in fashion’s seasonal calendar, with the style set flitting from New York to London, Milan to Paris, to bookmark their favourite SS16 collections. Aside from spotting the runway trends, attendees are among the best-dressed people in the industry, and as a result, put on a great show when it comes to street style.
We’ve rounded up our top looks from the week to inspire your next purchases and indulge your fashion fantasies.
Renowned for being the chicest city in the Fashion Week line-up, Paris – although at the end of the month – is a much anticipated event. Aside from the shows and the street style, the destination itself is especially charming, and if you have the time, it’s definitely worth immersing yourself in. We asked Paris resident and expert, Jessie Bush from We The People Style, where she heads to in the city for the essential Fashion Week fixes, from the perfect coffee to a great tailor.
A job working as Junior Fashion Editor at one of the world’s most prestigious publications is often considered to be up there with the most desirable jobs in the fashion industry. Surrounded by luxury brands on a daily basis and showered with endless invites pre-Fashion Week, it sounds beautifully glamorous don’t you think? With that in mind and London Fashion Week launching today, we caught up with Harper’s Bazaar’s Anna Vitiello at the Ham Yard Hotel in Soho, on what it’s really like to prep for the biggest week in fashion’s calendar.
Follow Anna on instagram for all her Fashion Week updates.