Fashion editors got a bit of practice back in February, when a brief snowstorm interrupted the first day of New York Fashion Week. We saw it all: women slipping in four-inch stilettos, bare midriffs exposed to frigid winds, and countless pairs of silk trousers getting ruined by slush.
everyone took his lessons and the next days we saw plenty of fur coats and accessories, puffers, waterproof boots, and a cashmere beanies; a few editors have even been wearing UGGs! Here, we found the best snow-day looks that combine warmth, practicality, and plenty of style.
The event that marked London fashion week this year was the 60,000 people that signed the petitions for banning fur from LFW. Ed Winters, who started the petition, is one of the co-founders of animal rights group Surge. Anti-fur militants staged one protest against its use at London Fashion Week. Their actions come after the industry body, the International Fur Federation, predicted that as many as 80 per cent of the catwalk shows at London Fashion Week – including Burberry and JW Anderson – will contain items using fur.
Mark Oaten, chief executive of the IFF, told The Telegraph: “We’re expecting a cracking week in London. I’ll be disappointed if we don’t see fur on at least 80% of the catwalks.”
As the London Fashion Week Fall 2017 collections marched on bursts of color, unexpected silhouettes and unconventional inspirations from art and history came into play. This is what fashion is all about (or should be). Fabrics and textures, too, are providing inspiration and designers are embracing the creative possibilities presented by fur. All of this creates a visual pageantry that is making the London Fashion Week Fall 2017 collections a pleasure to behold.
A week’s worth of lens-worthy street style beauty moments outside Le Carrousel du Louvre has come into focus. Hair statements were in the spotlight, as showgoers stepped out in looks ranging from lighter-than-air, fuzzy curls to romantic, ribbon-tied braids.
Instead, the emphasis was on dramatically long strands and inspired takes on hats and hair accessories, from girly to glamorous. Street style also echoed the collections with a new emphasis on above-the-neck accessories.
The streets start brimming with sartorial excellence. From slouchy suiting to eye-popping prints, see who’s sporting the best street style looks away from the catwalk.
Fur coats, fur scarves, fur capes and fur elements in general, were part of almost every collection in Milan, upscaling them in the most beautiful wintery way, it seems like the trend of stripes from catwalks continued to the streets week. The streets start brimming with sartorial excellence. From slouchy suiting to eye-popping fox fur coats. Beside fur, pantsuits were super popular, which then trickled down to all types of pants, from athleisure to wide-legged, and, finally, the fashion crowd took an unexpected sartorial turn with some pretty funky skirts. What will be in store for the following week in one of fashion’s favorite cities?