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Kate Bosworth, sporadic tweeter, rare red carpet gracer and person who used to be in movies, would probably have disappeared off our radar a while ago if it wasn’t for her enviable ability to get dressed. Topshop have noticed too, and have tapped the sometime actress to channel her insouciantly cool style into a 46-piece capsule collection.
Attention shoppers, Mossy x Topshop is back!
Just because Topshop‘s banned from selling T-shirts with Rihanna‘s image doesn’t mean you can’t wear her face on your torso anymore!
At this rate we’re going to be spending winter all dressed up with nowhere to go. Or, rather, nowhere we can afford to go. At least coffee is cheaper hot than iced, so we can at least have a steaming mug to clasp as we huddle in a ball of faux fur, lush sheepskin, cartooney PJs, nostalgic prints and gothy platform oxfords. Layering is always in, right?
We’ve never been one to shy away from a borrowed-from-the-boys look. From Yves Saint Laurent’s iconic Le Smoking suit to the paragon of androgyny Katherine Hepburn, we’ve never been sparse on inspiration, but since we are not exactly on a designer quota, we’ve often set our sights on the high street and returned empty handed. So when Topshop’s Fall 2013 modern suiting collection landed in our inbox, it was as if our minds had been read.
Last summer, Topshop and eco-friendly label Reclaim To Wear launched an “upcycled” capsule collection that was made from discarded materials. The line’s success, paired with the companies’ continuous efforts to address design waste, inspired them to launch a second line of summer wares and — hooray! — the lookbook has arrived.
We may all want to while away the hours prancing from one sample sale to the next, or loading our virtual shopping carts with an entire season’s worth of new duds. Of course, real life (and even realer bank accounts) get in the way. The Goods, our new curated daily feature, delivers one standout steal hand-selected for your quick and easy shopping pleasure. Today’s find: a Topshop mesh-paneled dress that’ll take you back to the golden days of modeling.
Festival-lover and recent Topshop collaborator Kate Bosworth is always a good source for fashion inspiration. She recently wore this Topshop Chiffon Lace Midi Slip with a vest and Ray-Ban aviators to a concert, and we’re keen on copying the look. Did we mention it’s only $70?
Rihanna may not like how she looks in the allegedly unauthorized photo Topshop screened on their “Rihanna” tank top — in fact, she’s currently embroiled in a major lawsuit over it — but the UK fans that snapped it up before the retailer pulled it from their website certainly do. Here’s why that might not be such a good thing for the pop star.
We’d guess that with one River Island collab selling like hot pants and another hitting shelves in less than a week, Rihanna is a bit sensitive about her image being affixed to another brand’s clothing. According to a source who spoke to the New York Post, Topshop’s Icon Tank, which features her face, has the star T’d off.
Maybe it’s because Kate Middleton was visiting Hogwarts this morning, or maybe it’s because polka dots just make people happier, but the Duchess literally glowed at the inauguration of the Warner Bros. Studios, Leavesden in London.
We’ve rounded up some ways to not be a total Easter Scrooge tomorrow, even if you’re not a die-hard bunny-and-pastels fan.
Clothing retailer Toshop has partnered with Google to bring their London Fashion Week show to a whole new level.
British Vogue editor-in-chief Alexandra Shulman says that her job isn’t that exciting or dramatic. Do you believe her?
We can’t stand fake nails. In fact, we genuinely, seriously despise them with every fiber of our beings. That’s why we can’t stand this Topshop nail art video featuring nothing but fake tips!
Uhhh, this is just a little weird.
Mass market retailers copying independent designers is nothing new. What is new, however, is having a single (albeit influential) blogger call out a mega-retailer like Topshop for ripping off a design, and having them respond not only appropriately, but almost instantaneously.
We’re on constant collaboration watch here at Styleite, and there’s no other upcoming collection we’re quite as excited for as Mary Katrantzou for Topshop.
Remember that lustworthy Mary Katrantzou for Topshop dress? Now we have details about this sick collaboration.
As long as our favorite retailers keep teaming up with our favorite designers, we can stave off collaboration fatigue just a bit longer. Next up: Mary Katrantzou for Topshop!