Stella McCartney breathed fresh air into the end of Fashion Week with her signature sense of gamine design, breaking away from the flouncy bohemian looks and sporty streetwear that dominated the spring runways.
Opening with form-fitting tube dresses that tucked in at the ankle, the designer began her parade of primary-tinted prints in oversized ginghams and weaving lines. This season brought back a refined version of her popular color-blocked pleated shift, this time with a sense of layered fluidity. Figure-hugging front sashes wrapped from the collars of boyish polo shirts, crossing over models’ torsos donned in matching knit or denim tube skirts. Double-breasted jackets and vests with elongated hems reaching beyond the hips paired with palazzo pants. As the finale approached, decidedly sultry mesh knit maxis—sure to become spring’s most coveted frocks—captured all eyes with their revealing geometric lace.
Shop: current season Stella McCartney
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Curtis Harding dropped his debut record, Soul Power, this week, but don’t think that means he’s new to the game. The Atlanta-based musician (who has also worked with Cee-Lo Green and OutKast) has been creating his own special blend of soul, R&B, rock, gospel and funk for years. He’s even coined a term for it: “slop ‘n’ soul.”
We asked Curtis a few quick questions about his brand-new release, the Jonny Look-directed video for his first single, “Keep On Shining,” and more.
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Yves Saint Laurent, one of the most iconic names in fashion, shook things up when it announced a name change was on the horizon. In this industry, you can’t just go around changing your name without a rock-solid collection to back up all the buzz. Thankfully, under the creative direction of Hedi Slimane, Saint Laurent Paris produced just that. Check out the debut Saint Laurent collection, now available at Nordstrom.
Saint Laurent Paris ready-to-wear apparel will be shipping to selected stores in mid-February. For assistance, contact a Designer Specialist via Live Chat or by calling 1-877-543-7463.