Glam Damn It
A glorified kaleidoscope of colors mesmerized the runway and revived the iconic Pucci print. Designer Peter Dundas embraced the legacy of Emilio Pucci with his fall collection. Swirls of orange, pink and white coalesced into paisley galaxies speckled with a constellation of studs.
The meek shall inherit the Earth and the bold shall wear Pucci. Dundas dressed his daring darlings in frocks for every occasion. With Native American and Inuit influences, each mini dress, jumpsuit and gown was built to turn heads. As the brand that invented the Capri pant, Pucci modernized its aesthetic with high-waisted cropped leather pants in olive and brown.
Although the frigid temps outside my suggest otherwise, spring is just around the corner. Before we know it, flowers will be blossoming, trees will be green-ing, and thermometers will be rising. And as we wave goodbye to the snowy sidewalks, we will welcome the resurgence pastels, florals, and sense of whimsy in our wardrobes. Here are some tips to help you transition your winter wardrobe into a breath of fresh spring air.
It’s time to replace those boring dark winter colors and start playing around with bright colors in your wardrobe. Pastels are the perfect transition and perfect color for the spring. These pastel blue colored jeggings by True freedom are perfect for a spring stroll in the park. You can get these at Sears on sale for $23.99. If you want to take your color transition to the next level, there’s nothing wrong with adding some neon colors. This tribal print neon dress from Romwe has electric pink mixed with pastels. It’s a perfect combination. Make sure you stock up on color bright hues for the spring.
We here at Joonbug.com, know just how creative our readers are, so we proudly present you with these DIY tips to prepare you costume this coming Mardi Gras!
LOOK ONE : A CINDERELLA STORY
Supplies: tulle or sheer fabric, fabric scissors, ribbon, black fabric paint, saran wrap, tape and the template. Most of which can be found in the house or from your local craft store!
Sarah Jessica Parker played an iconic NYC fashionista on Sex and the City, inspiring us to dress fabulously like it's our job! The best news came with the launch of SJP's own shoe line! The SJP collection has a fitting name - SJP!
SJP was already photographed opening the store on Wednesday and we are so excited!
“This vision felt like a mere dream five weeks ago,” said Parker to WWD's Footwear News earlier this week. “The best part is having Nordstrom be enthusiastic about this particular brand and collection.”
The Foulards d’Artistes III collection will be available at Louis Vuitton stores from March 1
Upon hearing the word "legging," more times than not, visions of lazy Sundays frumping it out on the ouch are conjured out. Basic, comfortable, and comparatively plain, this particular clothing item is assumed to be wearable in public for only casual runs to the supermarket or strolls around the neighborhood. However, we’re here to show you how you can incorporate leggings into a stylish outfit, without risking your fabulousity factor. Don't get us wrong; leggings are relaxing, but there's nothing wrong with dressing them up. Are you up for the challenge? Go ahead and try these three cool legging looks out.
Yes, you saw that right. Fast. Food. Fashion.
Designer Jeremy Scott debuted the Moschino fall/winter 14 collection this weekend in Milan and it's already available on the website. I guess Scott knew we were just really hungry for it! (ha,right?)
McDonald's, Budweiser and Spongebob Squarepants were just a trio of brands given the post-modern pop fashion treatment by Jeremy Scott in his first collection for Moschino.
Despite the slight drama llama surrounding Scott's friend and guest, Katy Perry (the pop phenom was booed while on the runway) this show was one for the books!
Burberry Prorsum awakened its inner hippie with a nod to bohemian chic. Aptly titled The Bloomsbury Girls, the collection was fashioned as a love letter to the brilliant minds of London’s past. Designer Christopher Bailey immersed each piece in heart and soul.
“Basically, walls, furniture, fabric, anything that moved, they painted it!” he said.
Following suit, trench coats and handbags were hand painted like canvas. Scrolls of flowers cascaded down the flanks of countless layers that would put Jason and his Technicolor Dream Coat to shame. No two pieces were alike.
This year, Sports Illustrated celebrates the 50th anniversary of their annual swim suit issue, and for the occasion the “cheeky” cover gives us not one, not two, but three bombshells-- Chrissy Teigen, Nina Agdal and Lily Aldridge. Also featured in this issue of SI is 21 year old phenom, Kate Upton, who gracefully models Kate Swim pieces for the fourth consecutive year.
Kate Swim has high end swimsuits with unique fabric and creative designs, designed by independent designer Kathleen Bruening. She began her design journey in 2007 with a goal in mind: to create innovate styles and body enhancing shapes for every body type. For the last four years you can catch her amazing designs in the SI swim suit issues. Back in 2012, when model Kate Upton landed the cover, Upton was wearing Kate Swim. With another successful year for Ms. Bruening, her 2014 swimsuits collection is colorful and sexy and can be found again on this year’s SI issue being worn by Upton. Here are some of our favorite pieces from the collection.
Don't be completley Clueless and get ahead of the trend.
Remember when Jill Stuart had this iconic outfit in that 90's movie "Clueless"?
Most of us are old enough to remember when everyone else got their Delias catalogue. Ours was totally late every time, but when it arrived we fawned over faux designer handbags (for our smackers lip balm) and tiny J Crew replica preppy plaid sets. Most of our plaid miniskirts never passed the fingertip test and we still believed in this notion that technology was going to create Cher's closet for us when we were older...