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16.04.18 Menswear

Moschino [TV] H&M Desert Coachella Party

Coachella is never short of fashion inspiration with Beyonce Knowles wearing five custom Balmain looks alone for her performance. On Sunday (April 15), the Moschino [TV] H&M Desert Coachella party revealed H&M’s next designer collaboration with Moschino. The big announcement was made with an Instagram live call from Gigi Hadid to Creative Director Jeremy Scott. The collection, Moschino [tv] H&M, will be available online and in select H&M stores worldwide from November 8. Many feted the announcement with joyful, colorful ensembles.

Gigi Hadid: The model was decked out in full Moschino [tv] H&M collection. She showed off her lengthy pins in heavily embellished over-the-knee boots and a CD print topper which hung off one shoulder to reveal a blue crop top. Embracing the maximalist aesthetic, she finished the look with a gold necklace and belt.

Emily Ratajkowski: The ‘I Feel Pretty’ actress opted for ravishing simplicity in an Altuzarra Lyrebird dress from Fall 2018. The clinging fit and cut-outs showed off her shape. Even with the ivory boots, the outfit was a change of pace from the typical bohemian festival ensembles thanks to its simplicity and longer length.
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13.04.18 Menswear

2018 GLAAD Media Awards Los Angeles Red Carpet Roundup

A number of stars joined Madeline Brewer, Britney Spears and Halle Berry at the 2018 GLAAD Media Awards Los Angeles on Thursday (April 12).

Chloe Grace Moretz: The young actress dazzled in The Vampire’s Wife. The style is in the designer’s signature silhouette. The shape might have a prim, almost Victorian mood but when combined with the silver fabric and hot pink accents, it had a playful finish. Tamara Mellon ‘Frontline’ sandals completed her look.

Tommy Dorfman: The ‘13 Reasons Why’ actor looked smart in a slim Ermenegildo Zegna Couture suit. Even without a tie it had a crisp, modern finish courtesy of the tailoring and waistcoat just visible underneath the jacket.

Katie Aselton: Donning Preen Line Aaliyah pansy-print and striped crepe dress, the ‘Legion’ actress was a delight of designs with the stripes marrying with the florals. The soft silhouette gave the ensemble a breezy, bohemian quality. Graphic turquoise earrings and a multicoloured Milly clutch kept up the jovial feeling.

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21.01.18 Menswear

Entertainment Weekly’s Screen Actors Guild Awards Celebration Red Carpet Roundup

The stars came out in full force for Entertainment Weekly’s Screen Actors Guild Awards Celebration on Saturday (January 20).

Crystal Reed: There’s a lot to love about Crystal’s Dion Lee Spring 2018 look, but the pleated skirt steal the show for me. I love the overlay that gives it a dual-color effect.

Tommy Dorfman: I’ve always been wholly on-board with Tommy’s obvious love of fashion and willingness to experiment, but I literally can’t even with this. I feel like the entire thing is just trying too hard, and is completely unflattering.

Sarah Hyland: This velvet and satin asymmetrical Self Portrait Fall 2017 gown is as fun and perky and Sarah herself. And us usual, Sarah’s hair and makeup team knocked it out of the park.

 

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24.10.17 Menswear

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Three men, and three totally different looks that have taken to the scene over the past few days.

Tommy Dorfman: At the 2017 GLSEN Awards on Friday (October 20) in Beverly Hills, California, Tommy donned a Calvin Klein look that was notable for its dynamic fusion of retro sportiness and moto edge. He actually made it work, too.

Sterling K Brown:
Along with the fashionable femmes in attendance, the actor also was in the mix at the Valentino x InStyle Cocktail Party in LA on Sunday (October 22). Naturally, he was wearing Valentino, too, offering up a casually suave rendition on classic tailoring.

Miles Teller: Suited up to a tee, Miles was sartorially sharp as per usual in this Burberry look at the ‘Thank You For Your Service’ premiere on Monday (October 23) in LA. I like this mix of intense navy and burnt orange on him.

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