ELSA HOSK HITS ALL THE RIGHT MOVES IN MAVI DENIM

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Models Elsa Hosk and Jordan Barrett star in Mavi's fall-winter 2016 Indigo Move denim campaign.
Models Elsa Hosk and Jordan Barrett star in Mavi’s fall-winter 2016 Indigo Move denim campaign.

Elsa Hosk is the star of Mavi’s fall-winter 2016 outing. Appearing in this season’s campaign, the Victoria’s Secret angel joins models Francisco Lachowski and Jordan Barrett. Together, the models wear the brand’s debut partnership with AdrianoGoldschmeid.

nit that moves with the body, mirroring the stretch and performance qualities of activewear.


MAVI FALL/WINTER 2016 CAMPAIGN

Elsa Hosk is joined by models Jordan Barrett and Francisco Lachowski for Mavi's fall-winter 2016 Indigo Move denim campaign.
Elsa Hosk is joined by models Jordan Barrett and Francisco Lachowski for Mavi’s fall-winter 2016 Indigo Move denim campaign.

Demonstrating the durability of Mavi’s stretch denim, Elsa appears in the accompanying catalogue. Striking strong poses, the Swedish model hits sharp lines that emphasize the flexibility of the brand’s Indigo Move denim.

Joined by Francisco Lachowski and Jordan Barrett, Elsa Hosk is front and center for Mavi's fall-winter 2016 Indigo Move denim campaign.
Joined by Francisco Lachowski and Jordan Barrett, Elsa Hosk is front and center for Mavi’s fall-winter 2016 Indigo Move denim campaign.

ELSA HOSK FOR MAVI FALL/WINTER 2016 INDIGO MOVE DENIM COLLECTION

Elsa Hosk strikes a sexy pose in Mavi's Indigo Move denim for the brand's fall-winter 2016 catalogue.
Elsa Hosk strikes a sexy pose in Mavi’s Indigo Move denim for the brand’s fall-winter 2016 catalogue.
Elsa Hosk embraces flirty lumberjack style in a red and black buffalo check shirt with Mavi's Indigo Move denim.
Elsa Hosk embraces flirty lumberjack style in a red and black buffalo check shirt with Mavi’s Indigo Move denim.
Elsa Hosk is a sporty vision, rocking Mavi's new Indigo Move denim.
Elsa Hosk is a sporty vision, rocking Mavi’s new Indigo Move denim.
Elsa Hosk hits sharp lines in Mavi's Indigo Move denim.
Elsa Hosk hits sharp lines in Mavi’s Indigo Move denim.

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PRADA AND RALPH LAUREN DECLINE IN BRAND PRESTIGE, KARL LAGERFELD WEIGHS IN ON KIM KARDASHIAN ROBBERY

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A Prada boutique in Taipei. Photo: Mandy Cheng/AFP/Getty Images
A Prada boutique in Taipei.

These are the stories making headlines on Wednesday.

Prada and Ralph Lauren decline in annual survey of the world's most prestigious brands
Consulting firm Interbrand released its 17th annual ranking of the 100 most prestigious brands (determined via a custom index that takes into account financial performance, market influence and the price premium the brand can command), and some major names fell from the spots they held last year due in part to a global dip in demand for luxury fashion. Cases in point: Prada, who went from 69th to 81st place this year, and Ralph Lauren, who declined to 98th from 91st.

"You cannot display your wealth then be surprised that some people want to share it."
In the days following the robbery that took place at Kim Kardashian's Paris residence during Fashion Week, everyone from anonymous editors to Karl Lagerfeld has weighed in on the matter. "(She is) too public, too public," Lagerfeld told the Associated Press. "You cannot display your wealth then be surprised that some people want to share it." Tough love? 

The impact of "see now, buy now"
In a fashion landscape that's been shellshocked by the "see now, buy now" debate, we're in the midst of what could possibly be one of the biggest changes to the modern fashion industry as we know it. It's not just designers and brands that are affected — the quickening pace of production impacts everyone from editors to consumers to photographers, as well. 

Do luxury houses know how to modernize?
The answer? Perhaps not. Whether it's struggling to keep up with the fast pace of instantly available runway collections or the rise of e-commerce, storied luxury brands still seem to be figuring it out. "I went into one of the stores the other day and it was empty," says one anonymous employee from the design team at an American luxury fashion house. "For the most part, everything is online and luxury brands are trying to keep up with how to bring people in-store and upgrade the shooting experience. Luxury doesn't have a sense of luxury anymore." 

The Business of Fashion reveals the #BoF500 2016
The London-based publication shared its fourth annual list of 500 designers, models, stylists, photographers and business executives shaping the global fashion industry. Did your favorites make the list? 

Modcloth to open first-ever permanent retail location 
And along with that, the brand's first signature collection from its newly-minted fashion director, Lizz Wasserman. Shop the new collection on Modcloth's website, or at its brick-and-mortar store opening in November in Austin, Texas. 

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RONDA ROUSEY IS A DENIM BABE IN BUFFALO DAVID BITTON

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Ronda Rousey stars in Buffalo Jeans fall 2016 campaign
Ronda Rousey stars in Buffalo David Bitton fall 2016 campaign

Mixed martial arts fighter Ronda Rousey is a denim lover in Buffalo David Bitton’sfall 2016 campaign. The SI Swimsuit cover girl wears looks from a new line called Hope, which features styles for curvy girls. Ronda posed in the studio for photographer Brooke Nipar, according to WWD. From skinny jeans to distressed styles to boot cuts, Ronda serves up casual glam in the advertisements.


Ronda Rousey wears slim-fit jeans in Buffalo Jeans' fall-winter 2016 campaign
Ronda Rousey wears slim-fit jeans in Buffalo David Bitton’s fall-winter 2016 campaign
Ronda Rousey models distressed jeans from Buffalo Jeans
Ronda Rousey models distressed jeans from Buffalo David Bitton
Ronda Rousey models ruffled shirt and embroidered denim from Buffalo Jeans
Ronda Rousey models ruffled shirt and embroidered denim from Buffalo David Bitton
Ronda Rousey poses in white jeans from Buffalo Jeans
Ronda Rousey poses in white jeans from Buffalo David Bitton

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6 OFFICE-APPROVED OUTFITS FROM J. CREW

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J. Crew Campbell Blazer in Pinstripe Super 120s Wool, Silk Pocket Blouse, Billie Demi-Boot Crop Jean in Koby Wash, Super Ciccio Eyeglasses, All-Day Tote, Leopard-Printed Calf Hair Belt and Avery Heels in Tweed
J. Crew Campbell Blazer in Pinstripe Super 120s Wool, Silk Pocket Blouse, Billie Demi-Boot Crop Jean in Koby Wash, Super Ciccio Eyeglasses, All-Day Tote, Leopard-Printed Calf Hair Belt andAvery Heels in Tweed

J. Crew is serving up some serious workwear inspiration with a recent trend guide called, ‘Work. Play. Repeat.” Model Queeny van der Zande hits the city streets in six stylish outfits perfect for the office. From the classic pencil skirt to a form-fitting wool dress, these looks mean business. Accessorized with sparkling earrings and leather heels, get ready to walk into the office with confidence.


J. Crew Ruffle Sleeve T-Shirt in Stripe, Director Pencil Skirt in Super 120s Wool, Contrast Glitter Heels in Suede, Ryan Sunglasses and Tortoise Flower Earrings
J. Crew Ruffle Sleeve T-Shirt in Stripe, Director Pencil Skirt in Super 120s Wool, Ryan Sunglassesand Tortoise Flower Earrings
J. Crew Resume Dress, Colette D’Orsay Pumps in Leopard Calf Hair and Tortoise Clamp Bracelet
J. Crew Resume Dress, Colette D’Orsay Pumps in Leopard Calf Hair and Tortoise Clamp Bracelet
J. Crew Going-Places Dress, High Heel Ankle Strap Sandals, Signet Bag in Italian Leopard Printed Calf Hair and Gold-Plated Hinge Bracelet
J. Crew Going-Places Dress, High Heel Ankle Strap Sandals, Signet Bag in Italian Leopard Printed Calf Hair and Gold-Plated Hinge Bracelet
J. Crew Tie-Neck Secretary Top in Retro Chainlink, Preston Pant in Italian Stretch Wool, Denim Jacket in Tyler Wash and Irving Sunglasses
J. Crew Tie-Neck Secretary Top in Retro Chainlink, Preston Pant in Italian Stretch Wool, Denim Jacket in Tyler Wash and Irving Sunglasses
J. Crew V-Neck Dress in Super 120s Wool, Elsie D’Orsay in Snakeskin Printed Leather, Pendulum Hoop Earrings and Mougin & Piquard for J. Crew Grande Seconde Watch in Cream
J. Crew V-Neck Dress in Super 120s Wool, Elsie D’Orsay in Snakeskin Printed Leather, Pendulum Hoop Earrings and Mougin & Piquard for J. Crew Grande Seconde Watch in Cream

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THE STAND-OUT BEAUTY TRENDS FROM NEW YORK FASHION WEEK'S SPRING 2017 SHOWS

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Backstage at Altuzarra spring 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

The hair and makeup on the hit both high and low extremes (there was the no-makeup makeup, no-hair hair, no nail-nail look at there was the traffic-stopping glitter lip at . We saw unconventional products put to use backstage (looking at you, and on the opposite side of the beauty spectrum, we saw riffs on classics like the French manicure and the red lip. Plus, in what can only be described as "art imitates life," we saw a bevy of slicked-back, glossy hair looks that echoed the army of sweaty beauty editors corralled backstage. (Temps peaked at a balmy 91 degrees. Glamorous.) For all the spring 2017 NYFW inspo you'll need come next year, click through our runway trend report, below.

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Fashion House by Megan Hess

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If you're a regular reader of College Fashion, you clearly have an interest in style and fashion. Using fashion to express creativity and show your personality through your clothing can be very satisfying. And there are other ways to show your creativity this way, including interior decorating. For today's inspiration, I've found a book that combines the two.

Fashion House, one of illustrator Megan Hess's many books on fashion and interior design, is a wonderful choice for either a coffee table or for your pile of inspirational books on your desk. I love just flipping through it when I need inspiration either for decorating my apartment, or mixing up my style. 

Hess created a book that is colorful, creative, and elegant, with every page filled with inspiration and gorgeous design for a wonderful journey into home decor.

It's not an instruction manual on buying furnishings or designed to offer tips on decorating for the everywoman, but it is a fun little collection of sumptuous designs and drawings for fashion/decorating lovers. Below are a few outfits inspired by Fashion House:

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Style Icons

style icons

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Some of the illustrations in Fashion House are based on famous fashion icons, including legends like Grace Kelly and Coco Chanel. One of these icons is Audrey Hepburn, who also graces the front cover of the book.

For a look inspired by your favorite style icon, whether it's a designer or a celebrity or what have you, start with a basic t-shirt. I picked one with the lovely Audrey Hepburn. Then add elements based on your style icon. For Hepburn I chose vintage-inspired shoes and an a-line skirt. For a modern twist, I added some statement earrings and a hat for some structure.

Back to Classics

Sleek and Slick

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The minimalist look has been in style for more than just a few years. You can see it back in Coco Chanel's iconic designs and in the '90s minimalist revolution. Neutral colors and sharp, structured designs will NEVER go out of style in fashion or in home decor.

Start off with a blazer, preferably in a neutral color so you can pop it on any outfit. A little black dress is iconic and timeless, so you can pair it with a more modern crossbody bag and comfortable and classic loafers for a sleek and stylish look to last for ages.

Pops of Color

Pops of Color

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The phrase "pop of color" is a common one when talking about fashion. A bright pair of shoes or a colorful skirt can transform a look. The same goes for decorating your abode: a statement wall or a colorful couch can make a room.

For a look that is as colorful and classy as the drawings in Hess's book, combine a daisy print blue dress with statement jewelry, like a multi-colored necklace and a druzy bangle. Pink lip gloss brings color to your face and these cute shoes elevate your look to 100.

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