The catwalk pieces that matter most
Before you consider the next season’s shopping, please remember Givenchy’s appearance No 9: This oversized zebra print turtle collar sweater with a glossy black pencil skirt with monochrome sneakers. This photo appears twice in the first three pages of Vogue’s trend report, so if you keep this mentality, you won’t go wrong. Print samples of the Victoria Beckham leopard print coat must also accumulate a large amount of air mileage.
The affordable buys to snap up
Vogue said, “This dress will be a must-have for the fashion industry, with a striped dress or midi design as your one-stop autumn update service”, featuring Boden’s £130 Alba midi dress in a hot wine stripe. . Red also created a long print dress in the Ganni style (the long shirt dress with the same print has already been released). All questions in September agree with the “traditional coat” – horse chestnut brown or charcoal grey; check, tweed, ditch, or three – this season is essential. Harper’s Bazaar is one of the 10 most popular events of the season, the Saint Laurent tweed jacket, absolutely gorgeous, but also £12,995. However, Vogue checked the trench coat on Arket (£250) and the warehouse (£99, released on October 8). This $99 honey-colored corduroy blazer from Marks & Spencer has a red design.
The shoes of the season
As early as March, before she became “royal wedding dress designer Claire White Keller”, Givenchy designers let all Paris Fashion Weeks faint behind the so-called “police boots” after her performance: smooth, zipper The tapered high heel is in the shape of a cowboy boot in the 80s. The price is £1,150, the Vogue is white, and the Bazaar is beige, which will definitely produce some high street imitators. Jimmy Choo’s £850 Leanne booties – white and ankle court shoes with sneakers and wavy laces – are another 80’s glamazon trophy. You can get a similar atmosphere through the 89-pound zebra-striped high-class court shoes that appeared in the red John Lewis’s And/Or, and started selling this Friday.
How to wear your coat
I know, I know – after a record heat wave, you can hardly think of what the jacket is, let alone the jacket, so it feels too theoretical. Still, bookmarks have two important styling points. No 1: You will want to bring a jacket with a belt. More than half of the two-page coats exhibited in the “Vogue” have built-in belts; in Bazaar, Versace and Alberta Ferretti’s camel coats are tightened with tan belts. No. 2: The wealthy girl has just stepped out of a luxury car, and the problem of shoulder robbery is completely over. (Too Melania.) Put on your coat, sleeves and all.
What to wear to work
The skirt suit has been cooler for the first time in years than pants. Chanel played two pieces in Vogue and Bazaar; Vogue also has a Marc Jacobs skirt suit, while Bazaar has Dior and Gucci skirt suits. If you insist on wearing pants, please wear a loose blouse and thick sneakers. “Hug tie shirts, give up structured blazers, and relax and cut,” Vogue suggested.
What to wear for maximum fashion points
“When wearing a well-fitted Chanel, the oversized feces show a new sensibility,” fashion suggests.
“The fun plaid collided with the flowers and the leopard, as Michael Kors saw,” Red said.
“Imagine silver, like a leopard, is a very modern neutral color,” hints Bazaar’s fashion director Avril Mair.
The year to namecheck
Vogue said it was in 1989. “Andi Warhol’s Limelight or Madonna is the best in her appearance.” Think of a corset cocktail dress, arrogant colors, pointed high heels, shiny earrings, and chain handbags. Vogue’s £95 zebra print Topshop dress is not available yet, but the black lace alternative meets the requirements.
The power accessory
This is the death heat between the Dior saddle bag and the baby. Dior saddle bags may be cheaper: the new model is about £2,000, but if you act quickly, you can buy one-tenth of the 90s retro on the resale sites like Vestiaire Collective.
Slick Woods showed her bumps on Elle’s cover; Cameron Russell hugged her little son Asa on the cover of Bazaar; Kanye West held North and Saint. According to credits, in her own mini-powered action, the northwest “wears her own clothes” and has a piece of plaster on her knees.
What it means for the ‘gram
The chip shop counter is a new sunset. In Gucci’s campaign, Harry Style confronted the St Albans frying counter, Vogue suggested “Friday night special show: Louis Vuitton and chips” and modeled Fran Summers as a £2,600 leather jacket at her North Ripley Full of local puppies with a chip fork Yorkshire.
The smile (even a smile) is over, just like wearing a charming chin sweater. In the September issue, for the model, direct eye contact is a challenging, my pint-match atmosphere that overflows you. Think of the handbag as an extra point in the “wrist strap”, the strap is tightly wrapped around your fist, which means you might fire it as a weapon.
The Meghan Markle factor
So far, no one has put her into their magician, but her influence lags behind the counts of Count Givenchy, the “modern knot” of the red hairstyle of this season, and Eugene and Beatrice. The princess got an important shot in Vogue. At Elle, Stella McCartney talked about landing on these royal wedding boards: “Obviously, I am a British designer, but I think that being a woman and becoming a woman is involved. They [Meghan, Amal, Oprah] are female women. . this is a big problem.”
Word of the season
“Brobdingnagian” makes it a popular new word for Vogue. Created by Swift on Gulliver’s trip, it now works with a large number of jackets and extra wide pants. Elle uses “sustainable development” as a buzzword for the season and prints a special issue on recycled paper. Designer Kevin Germanier, whose shiny bike shorts appeared in Elle, said: “I am trying to challenge the aesthetics of sustainable development and educate people. If anyone sees beautiful clothes, they are interested, then I can say: ‘Do you know if this is caused by waste?'”