There's no one perfect pair of shoes. In fact, this fall thanks to the footwear brand Schutz, there are at at least five pairs perfect for you. Let your outfit do all of the talking. Count on the power of vibrant colors to elevate casual, breathable fabrics-like the zesty lemon hue on the below Jacquemus linen dress and Agua by Agua Bendita's cotton maxi number.
When I posted to Twitter that I would be writing about this matter, my friend and writer Hannah Tindle chimed in with a pic of herself wearing a saucy black Roberto Cavalli dress with-you guessed it-a glitzy thin useless black scarf tied around her neck.
At Venice, my red Valentino was so special; every once in a while, you get a gown you could wear 24 7; you just don't ever want to take it off. Currently embracing bold color and embellishment 3-year-old, Rani Rose, is also one step ahead of the style curve.
But Givenchy's creative team isn't the only one advocating for tights-and-sandals-or the only one that singles out some toes. We wanted to bridge the worlds of the professional and the casual, and create a sneaker to accompany women whenever and wherever.
I swear, whenever Golden Goose Sneakers Jeremy Scott and Adidas collab it's always gold, wrote one Twitter user. We're a small brand, he says. While I love getting dressed up more than most things in life, even the most flamboyant of peacocks have to enjoy the cozy comforts of home.
Animals are our equals: That's the message Stella McCartney wanted to convey through her pre-fall photo shoot and nature mockumentary, Autumn, which was shot by Mert and Marcus and premieres on Vogue on June 14. Models are dressed in the collection wearing toy animal heads as they roam around London rewilding its streets, a testament to the fact that the brand has been leather and fur-free for 20 years. To put the impact of that commitment into context, the 1 million-plus vegan Falabella bags that have been sold since the style launched in fall 2009 would have needed the hides of 400,000 cows if they had been made of leather.