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Normally resort aims to get us out of the office and away from the computer screen. But who says you can’t take your technology to the beach? Christopher Kane doesn’t, and his Resort 2014 collection is a graphic tech-fest packing a 3D punch.
We here at Styleite adore Emma Watson, but her ensemble at today’s photocall for The Bling Ring left us feeling a tad uninspired. On the other hand, she could totally give Anne Hathaway some pointers on how to wear darts without inciting a torrent of internet comments focused on one’s nipples. So at least there’s that.
Looks like big things are on the horizon for Christopher Kane. WWD reports that PPR, parent company of brands like Stella McCartney and Alexander McQueen, has inked a deal with the Scottish designer to but a fifty one percent stake in his company.
Never a dull day in luxury land!
Versace‘s diffusion label Versus is going to look very different going forward. WWD reports that the Italian line is in the midst of a major strategy shift that has been in the works since “before summer.” Here’s what is going to change.
We heard rumors last week that Christopher Kane was in negotiations with Balenciaga to replace head desginer Nicolas Ghesquière, but now it’s been confirmed that he will in fact not be taking the reins at the storied house.
Until the houses themselves finally settle the matter, it looks like any designer worth their salt is going to get a turn in the rumor mill for the vacant posts at the helms of Balenciaga and Schiaparelli. Today’s fodder? Christopher Kane and Erdem Moralioglu, two of London’s hottest tickets, who some think will soon be making the leap across the channel.
Earlier this month, we caught a glimpse at what Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Karen Elson, and more models were wearing at the Olympics’s Closing Ceremony. Tonight, we got a look at the supers in action on the telly, and it was nothing short of amazing and fantastic.
Model/television host/designer/DJ/professional cool person Alexa Chung attended the Scottish Fashion Awards last night in a Christopher Kane ensemble, and we want to know what you think of her look.
Who’s taking over Dior? An easier question to answer would be, who isn’t? Today, another one of the young, talented names who had been bandied about as a contender for the job not only pulled his name out of the running — he said he’d never even been considered in the first place.
The British Fashion Council held its British Fashion Awards this evening, and all of our favorite British people walked away winners. Isn’t it nice when that happens?
Yesterday morning, over several much needed shots of cappuccino at Barneys, Christopher Kane debuted his second capsule collection for J.Brand Jeans. And in true Kane form, they’re neon.
Move over pastel, neon is this summer’s palette of choice. From the runways of New York to Milan, neon pieces have been brightening up simple looks or making statements with neon-on-neon layering. But for those of us who don’t look as good in head-to-toe shades of highligher, we’ve collected a plethora of neon belts, skirts, jewelry, shoes, and bags to keep you looking chic without looking like you had an unfortunate run-in with a Spacemaker during finals week.
Today in things that will make you go, awwwwww, British designer Christopher Kane revealed that his latest genius accessory wasn’t even a planned part of a collection. Instead, the neon colored clutches that are all the current rage started out as a kind of get well soon card for his little sister, Tammy.
Christopher Kane‘s celestial prints from his 2011 resort collection had us lusting for spacey dresses every time we walked into Opening Ceremony this winter. Now the lucky people of London get to enjoy the galaxy pattern whenever they hop into one of the 100 black cabs Kane made over in collaboration with Vodafone.
You know those formative moments when the whole way you view the world changes? I had one of those my freshman year of college. This is when I realized you could look good (great, even!) without looking pretty. This is when I learned the difference between pretty and cool.
Remember when all you wanted was every single color and style of Juicy Couture sweat suit the brand manufactured? Now, more high brow designers (no offense to the Juicy girls) are jumping on the sweatpants band wagon and designing their own versions; versions that work for both lounging and for more formal occasions.