Antigona Soft Givenchy Bag
Claire Waite Keller was seriously carried away by the myths of Ancient Greece: her new collection as creative director of Givenchy is dedicated to Iris - the goddess of the rainbow, golden-winged nymph and a special lover of pleated chitons. However, in the field of mythology, there was a place for functionality and practicality: flying dresses, jackets with voluminous sleeves and boleros with imitation wings complemented the Antigona Soft soft bags, less structured versions of the original Antigona model. They can be worn on a short handle or shoulder strap, and can be folded like a clutch. Even when folded, they will be larger and more comfortable than the microbags that came into fashion in 2019, but, apparently, turned out to be only a passing trend.
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Coach Velcro Sandals
Do not rush to throw away the eccentric and oversized socks, carefully tied by your grandmother and put under your Christmas tree for the New Year. According to the Coach lookbook, next season we will be styling flying ponchos, cropped trousers and summer velcro-like kindergarten sandals. Similar shoes, but no longer with the monogram of the American brand, but with the seam and artistic painting, we also saw in the pre-fall collections of Ganni and Dior Men. There will be a trend!
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Chanel Check Bag
Virginie Viard continues the tradition of Karl Lagerfeld: the classic French house jackets, dresses and coats are combined with unusual and impressive bags in the form of a milk bag, a beach ball and a space rocket. This time, the creative director of Chanel decided to recall not only the traditional moves, but also the maestro's archival advertising campaigns: the gilded cage bags refer to the shooting with the participation of the young and beautiful Vanessa Paradis.
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Jil Sander Umbrella Hat
Very soon panamas, hoods and caps with earflaps will be replaced by hats that protect not only from the cold, but also from the rain. Like the Jil Sander hat, made from waterproof gabardine, which is commonly used in raincoats, and with wide brims that reach down to the collarbones. Such a novelty, of course, will not save the whole image from bad weather, but it will probably hide the diligently curled curls.
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The Marc Jacobs Cake Bag
Designer Marc Jacobs dives into a pastry chef and offers a dessert that you don't want to share with others. The pre-fall lookbook of his democratic line was opened by a bag in the shape of a cream cake, which complemented the vintage design wool coat and became the most striking item in the collection. And this despite many collaborations: with Armor-Lux, who reimagined the signature jumpers with Breton stripes, Stan Ray, who released work suits in candy shades, Stutterheim, who developed vinyl raincoats with bright patches, and artist maisoecousins, who came up with prints for dresses.
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Valentino tablet bag
Valentino's creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli ditched bright décor in favor of minimalism and practicality. Lace combinations, plain jackets, highly artistic embroidery dresses and floral skirts have graced new variations of VRING bags - tiny reticules, roomy tablets and wallets.
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Christian Dior Briefcase
Former colleague Pierpaolo Piccioli, and now the design director of Christian Dior, Maria Grazia Chiuri, remembers that the arrival of pre-fall collections on sale falls during the active preparation for the school year. This is probably why (or maybe the recently popular preppy style affected?) In her new lookbook there are briefcases with a check print and a branded strap, designed for both children and adults.
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Elvis Presley Belt
Elvis Presley would have turned 85 in January, which means capsule collections dedicated to the King of Rock 'n' Roll - with flared trousers, striped T-shirts, patent leather boots and studded leather jackets. One of the first to remember the anniversary was the R13 brand: “Elvis” was printed on loose jeans in white paint, and a portrait was applied to the buckle of a wide belt.
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Dior Men X Shawn Stussy T-shirt
For the collaboration between Dior Men creative director Kim Jones and Stussy brand founder Sean Stussy, we will wait no less than the release of the Dior Air Jordan 1 sneakers, which were presented as part of the same collection. It's all about the author's new wave style graphics, which became the main feature of Stussy's clothes, and now has moved from streetwear to the luxury segment - to cashmere jumpers, woolen cardigans, silk scarves and cotton T-shirts with the slogan “I want to shock the world with Dior "(" I want to shock the world with Dior ").
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Simon Miller Knit Dress
The dress, as in the new collection of Los Angeles brand Simon Miller, will be a great investment in next year's wardrobe. It takes the shape of the body, almost does not wrinkle in carry-on luggage, is suitable for every season and can be combined with any clothes: in summer wear it on your naked body along with bright mules and geometric bags, and in winter - in one look with a warm jumper, thick tights and boots with a wide bootleg.
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The fashion for “naked” dresses has passed: now, in order to avoid accusations of objectification of the female body, designers suggest mixing provocative, low-cut and transparent with something comfortable, more closed and tight. For example, with knitted underwear, which Silvia Venturini-Fendi also presents as an upper.
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Moschino Oversized Down Jacket
Moschino Creative Director Jeremy Scott is a fashion master at bringing memes to life. Collections celebrating McDonald's, SpongeBob, Barbie dolls and Looney Tunes characters are not the limit. Now the designer has turned into reality the collages of the blogger itsmaysmemes, who, using Photoshop, enlarges the already huge down jackets and dresses up Rihanna, Anna Wintour and Luka Sabbat in them.
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Jacquard Cossacks Gucci
The key item in the new Gucci collection is the Cossacks, made not of the usual dense leather, but of soft jacquard. Alessandro Michele's team suggests wearing them with light tunics, golden dresses or floral suits, always combining them with openwork tights in bright colors, which, like Velcro sandals, are probably familiar to many from kindergarten.
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Bottega Veneta Pointed Pumps
Anything that Bottega Veneta's creative director Daniel Lee does - be it woven skirts, square-toe mules or dumplings - instantly becomes an Instagram sensation and sells out. We are sure the same will happen with things from the designer's new pre-fall collection - dresses that seem to have been shredded, shoppers on huge golden chains and shoes with unnaturally pointed toes made of leather that looks like duct tape.
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