Previously you’ve seen H&M‘s Summer 2013 women’s and men’s lookbooks, now here’s a preview of the collection. For Summer, H&M is back to the 90′s grunge era. Layering is key for the look, it’s a mix between girly and tough. The collection was inspired by the most influential catwalks for Spring 2013. Key garments includes: the transparent checked shirt, ripped denim, bold front printed tee and the apron dress. Print-wise, the check is the most important print; combined with patchwork, flowers and bold text prints.
White Jefferson Blazer, White Winchester Shirt, White Betty Top, Black Moto Pant, Black Fender Platforms
rag & bone launches its first ad campaign for Spring/Summer 2013 featuring the one and only Kate Moss. The campaign was shot in England, photographed by Alasdair McLellan, and produced by Laird+Partners. Spring/Summer 2013 is a continuation of the minimalistic concept of creating unique, stripped back imagery. I WANT IT ALL!!
“We shot our first campaign on a deserted North London street so thought it would be an interesting contrast to follow up in a remote English village, which Kate happens to have an affinity for. It was also a fun play on our British heritage,” says Marcus Wainwright, Managing Partner.
Mixed Stripe Jefferson Blazer, White Perforated Winchester Shirt Dress, Blue Stripe Mandarin Shirt, Black Leather Dakar Pant, Black Sigi Platforms
Miranda Kerr will be the new face of Mango‘s Spring/Summer 2013 ad campaign! Here are a few campaign images.The shoot for the ad campaign took place in NYC in mid-November, photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. The team also included stylist Géraldine Saglio, make-up artist Lisa Butler and hairdresser Christiaan Houtenbos.
Look out for the ad campaign launching worldwide on February 1, 2013 and the TV commercial will be broadcasted in early March in some forty countries, including Spain, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Russia, Switzerland and Turkey.
Hot off the heels of last month’s highly successful Made in Kind debut, Anthropologie has announced that Tracy Reese will be among the latest batch of designers to be featured in the May installment of the online collaboration platform.
Available April 27, Reese’s seven-piece capsule will be made up of bright lace and photo-printed dresses, all with the same girlie, vintage vibe the designer is known for. Inspired by the gardens of the Frida Kahlo museum, the collection will be priced around $248 to $348 — much like Reese’s already-existing Frock and Plenty diffusion lines. Alongside Reese’s collection, Made in Kind’s May offering will also feature pieces from UK designer Charlotte Taylor, whose collection of op-art printed shifts and jumpsuits will be priced from $118 to $268, and Byron Lars, whose eight-piece capsule of folk-tinged dresses and tops — titled Beguile by Byron Lars — will be priced from $90 to $280.
Also on tap this time around are a range of pieces designed by a variety of India-based designers under the India Collections marquis, as well as new pieces from last month’s partners Karen Walker, Place National, and John Patrick for O by Organic. A sampling of all those — plus more.
I am soooo ready for the beach!! WTF is up with this NYC weather- I don’t know but SUMMER!! HURRY UP!!
Check out H&M‘s latest swimwear collection featuring vibrant colors and patterns (Hawaiian, floral, and paisley prints) found on bikinis and halter neck swimsuits. There are also strapless one-pieces, as well as scuba-inspired bodies suits, kimono and wrap cover-ups for all your needs. Super cute!
Whether you’re headed to Palm Springs this weekend or not, Free People’s April 2012 lookbook promises to put you in a music festival frame of mind. Modeled by Linda Vojtova, the lookbook is filled with pieces that epitomize Coachella cool: eyelet tunics, embroidered dresses, ’70s mega flares, thread-bare band tees, crochet vests, and feathered earrings, just the kind of modern hippie styles to get the Summer started right. All looks are available online now in the retailer’s seasonal Festival Shop.