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Street Style Berlin: Everybody Say YEAY!

Berlin Fashion Week is happening and last Tuesday, YEAY announced the launch of its new fun and creative video shopping app. The launch, held at the LNFA Concept store in Berlin, was an excellent opportunity to discover new up-and-coming designers and simply check out what people are wearing. We attended the event and snapped some photos of the people on-site. Check it out and get some style inspiration!

Thank You, Bill Cunningham, For Capturing The Magic Of Fashion And Uniqueness of Everyday People!

"Fashion is the armor to survive the reality of everyday life," said Bill Cunningham. The 87-year-old photographer—who pioneered "street style" photography—passed away yesterday, June 25, after suffering from a recent stroke. In the fashion world as much as in the streets of New York, his independent spirit, smile and blue eyes will be profoundly missed.…

Follow @lolawhomag On Instagram And Win A Geneva Jacuzzi T-Shirt

CONTEST ALERT! Win a Geneva Jacuzzi T-shirt! Last week we published an interview with Geneva Jacuzzi about her latest album “Technophelia.” Geneva Jacuzzi (born Geneva Garvin) is an LA-based musician and visual artist known for her futuristic synth pop recordings, theatrical stage persona and retro-style video art. We met up with her after her show in Berlin and she was nice enough to give us a t-shirt that she hand-printed herself :) Now here's your chance to win it!

Fashion: Army-Inspired Summer Outfits

Summer is here and traditionally that means florals, and bright colours sweep the floors of every store and consequently your wardrobe. However, if you’re not ready to give up fall and winter vibes, there might be a solution for you. Spot all the army green, black and beige you need in Free People’s Military trend.…

Lola Loves… Rachel Denti’s Utterly Relatable Thoughts

The things we do in our everyday routine might seem like little tasks but have you ever wondered if they could be associated with greater life views and common feelings? Brazilian artist Rachel Denti, puts a new spin on satirical art by communicating raw emotions, feelings and thoughts through her graphic designs of daily occurrences such as looking at shampoo or taking public transit. A consistent pink and blue colour scheme paired with brutally honest daily thoughts make Denti's work utterly relatable. Waiting for public transit; "Everything's a Struggle" and morning shower; “New Days but same Self-Destructive Behaviour.” These are some of the thoughts explored by Denti. By pairing these thoughts with images of day-to-day errands, you really do think a bit deeper about the simple things we do and these images become part of a bigger self-reflective structure.