Fashion: Coyote Negro — Between Geometric And Organic Shapes

Coyote Negro jewellery brings together clean geometric lines and more natural, hammered shapes, all in solid sterling silver. Created by Melissa Hernández, a Puerto Rican Art Direction based in Brooklyn, each piece of Coyote Negro jewellery is made to order. Hernández explores jewellery as a “sculptural wearable element,” with a focus on “joining the dualities…

The New Gucci Girl is a Bohemian Nerd

Madeleine de Scudéry’s 1654 book Carte de Tendre sets the mood for Gucci’s Spring/Summer 2016 Ready-to-Wear show, the second by new-ish Creative Director, Alessandro Michele.  Michele was relatively unknown at the time of his appointment a year ago; however, he was previously head of accessories design at Gucci and has been at the design house…

For Love & Lemons — Warm Knits To Cozy Up To This Winter

Bored of wearing the same old scruffy jumper on cold days like today? We’ve fallen in love with For Love & Lemons' beautiful knitwear pieces! Proving that knitwear doesn’t have to be boring, the LA-based label shows us how to mix up your winter wardrobe. With an array of textures and colours, this knitwear collection really is wearable. Team a cropped, chunky knit with a high-waisted leather skirt and add a pair of black opaque tights on a chilly day.

Fun Holiday Party Outfits

You have two days and counting until the holiday reunion party and still have not settled on the apparel for the evening? Worry not, we've got you covered with festive pieces made for celebrating. The Holidays of 2015 present us with a choice—a choice to step out of our comfort zone with fluctuating hemlines, glitter shorts and rompers, and retro velvet pants paired with glittery suspenders! So trade your daily duds for something festive that brings out the energy and excitement you’ve been storing away for this moment.  So what will you wear this festive season?

Floral Prints and Leather at Coach Spring 2016 Runway Show

Coach’s Spring 2016 show, staged on Manhattan’s High Line, saw Stuart Vevers’ ready-to-wear vision brought to life. From floaty bohemian dresses to patchwork leather and bold trouser suits, the 70s influence is clear, but lace detailing and ditsy prints add a folky, Americana twist. Preppy knitwear and prairie-girl collars walked alongside suede co-ords, embellished t-shirts,…