20 Jan 2020
It has been less than 24 hours since Millie Bobby Brown stepped out in Louis Vuitton for SAG Awards and people aren’t thrilled. We shared her look yesterday evening along with a recap of everyone’s look. It’s true, I did mistake her for Natalie Portman, but other than that I thought she looked great and didn’t give it a second thought. The opinions that are coming out today though is that this look is inappropriate. She isn’t dressed for her age – a fifteen year old – and she shouldn’t be baring any cleavage.
If you take a look at her alongside her cast, Millie almost seems a bit out of place. She is dressed as an adult and in a way it appears she was styled to separate herself from the Stranger Things cast. It’s interesting to watch these child stars transition from kids to teenagers, but is there ever any right way of doing it? No one has ever defined a clear threshold. Personally, I’m still a bit conflicted and not sure which side I should be taking.
19 Jan 2020
Kathryn Newton in Valentino
I know it’s a little bit early to be saying this, but this might be my favorite red carpet set in a very long time. We are loving the color, the beautiful black gowns, and the off-the-shoulder looks. It was hard to narrow down my favorites and even as I’m thinking about it, I don’t know if I even can. We still have the upcoming Grammy’s and the Oscars, but this has set the bar high!
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18 Jan 2020
Opening Ceremony is one of those brands that you don’t easily forget about it. From their pieces to their whimsical shows, they have been iconic. That’s why it’s such a shame when you hear of any brand closing up shop. In Opening Ceremony’s case, they are being acquired by New Guard. As a result, their four physical store locations across the world will shutter. Opening Ceremony as a brand itself will also cease to exist in 2020.
“We’ve made a decision to focus on growing Opening Ceremony collection and brand with our new partners, New Guards Group, and expand the designs of Opening Ceremony,” Lim and Leon wrote, also hinting that they could return to physical retail in some form in the future. “Ultimately, in this time of immense change in the way that people shop, we still believe in the power of passionate and unique retail. But we also believe in the necessity for change, reflection and an opportunity to refresh. This is a moment of transition for Opening Ceremony and, together with our new partners, we are taking the chance to step back and evaluate the future of our Opening Ceremony retail experience.”
Opening Ceremony entered the world of fashion in 2002 first by landing in New York City.
12 Jan 2020
Saoirse Ronan in Erdem
It’s unclear why the Critics’ Choice Awards always gets lesser coverage than the other shows, but as always, we’re still here for the “blue” carpet.
Nicole Kidman in Armani Privé
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11 Jan 2020
What I loved about this sneaker is that it totally reminds me of your old school thick skater shoes from back in the day. Reading Hypebeast’s explanation of how this collaboration came to be is a bit more intricate though. What I didn’t realize is that it’s a merger of two sub-labels. And here we were just posting this because we loved the neon fun colors against the black.
The Nike Air Force 1 “ACG” is available starting today and retailing for $100 USD.