97 posts tagged "Gucci"
As if you’d expect anything else, expert equestrienne and winner for the 2013 British Fashion Award for Model of the Year, Edie Campbell, rides in style. Last weekend, the catwalker mounted her chestnut steed, Tabriz de Labarde, and flew over some frightfully tall fences at the Gucci Paris Masters charity show-jumping tournament. Pretty impressive, if you ask us, but not quite as impressive as her riding gear. The model forwent her boring old jodhpurs for a black feather coat and giant black tutu. Apparently, she and Jessica Springsteen (yes, Bruce’s daughter) were representing team Gucci and settled on a Black Swan theme. The latter rode in a white feathery look, but Campbell’s noir, avian eye makeup and runway-ready garb really deserved the blue ribbon.
With the holidays in full swing, we’re in a festive spirit here at Style.com. And when it comes to party looks, we’re feeling for fringe—the stuff was all over the Spring ’14 runways. Imagine twirling on the dance floor in the white leather jacket from Altuzarra, or shimmying about in Emilio Pucci’s glam poncho. Decorative tassels added an artisanal touch at Dries Van Noten, Marc Jacobs, and Alexander Wang, while dense, carpetlike shag turned up at Proenza Schouler and 3.1 Phillip Lim. If a full-on fringy outfit is too much for you, get the look with a bohemian handbag similar to the ones we spotted at Céline, Valentino, and Gucci.
We love a fresh trend, but as soon as the leaves start to turn, we’re instantly inspired to wear our classic fall staples. Think cozy cable knits, boyish plaids, riding boots, peacoats, and rich autumnal colors. It all feels just right for a rustic cabin weekend, complete with apple picking and cocoa sipping. But even if that all-American getaway isn’t on your calendar, a traditional fall wardrobe (with a few updates, of course) is still the perfect way to get into the spirit of the season. Shop our favorite preppy classics from Marc Jacobs, Gucci, J.Crew, and more, below.
1. Marc Jacobs cable-knit wool sweater, $695, available at netaporter.com
2. J.Crew wool plaid scarf, $59.50, available at jcrew.com
3. Gucci leather-trimmed cotton-blend riding pants, $895, available at netaporter.com
4. Marni leather knee boots, $1,240, available at netaporter.com
5. Chloé Marcie mini leather shoulder bag, $775, available at netaporter.com
Kering—the French fashion corporation that recently invested in Joseph Altuzarra and serves as the parent company to Alexander McQueen, Saint Laurent, Gucci, Christopher Kane, and Stella McCartney—has branched out into publishing with a new weekly online magazine that’s aptly dubbed K. Having debuted on Tuesday, the first issue offers everything from an in-depth story on Palais Galliera director Olivier Saillard, to an interview with Boucheron president Pierre Bouissou, to a write-up by skateboarder Remy Stratton about growing up in California and his unorthodox career, to industry news. WWD reports that the next issue will feature an article on Vogue Italia‘s editor in chief, Franca Sozzani. But considering Kering’s roster, we’re rooting for some interviews with its star designers. Share the wealth!—editorially speaking.