Andreea Diaconu stars in Maje's fall-winter 2017 campaignAndreea Diaconu stars in Maje's fall-winter 2017 campaign

Maje spotlights various locations around Paris for its fall-winter 2017 campaign. Photographed by Tyrone Lebon, model Andreea Diaconu appears in the candid looking images. From the Alexandre III bridge to a Haussmann apartment, Andreea shines in the new season looks. Whether wearing a Victorian inspired blouse in poplin or a black leather miniskirt, the Maje girl exudes timeless cool. Discover the official campaign film directed by Frank Lebon below.


Bags take the focus in Maje's fall-winter 2017 campaignBags take the focus in Maje's fall-winter 2017 campaignAndreea Diaconu poses in Paris for Maje's fall-winter 2017 campaignAndreea Diaconu poses in Paris for Maje's fall-winter 2017 campaign

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Furla Metropolis Oxygen

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How I missed this completely I’ll never understand, but since it is still available now at Furla boutiques and counters in Singapore, I won’t hate on myself completely. It’s cute, it’s quirky and it’s virtually an actual inflatable, yes, I’m talking about Furla’s S/S17 Metropolis Oxygen that’s the perfect fun bag to have all year round.

Modelled after their famed Metropolis bags, this tiny bag is the ideal beach/pool companion, measuring just 16 cm by 14 cm. With a rear valve allowing for rapid inflation and deflation (no, I’m not kidding about the fact that it is also an inflatable), the gold-tone hardware clasp, along with its long gold-tone sling, it has perhaps the most glamourous touches on any inflatable around. What’s more, it comes in a huge range of colours, from metallics like Gold and Silver to fun bright hues like Blue, Pink andYellow.

Priced at SGD325 in Singapore, here’s a pro-tip if you want to get yourself one stat for the pool party next week. Shopbop is having a sale on these and they are priced at just USD142 which is a great bargain. Oh yes, even though they are inflatable (and they float), they aren’t exactly 100% waterproof so please make sure you don’t place actual leather goods inside the bag, ok?

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Solid & Striped x STAUD collaborationJust in: Solid & Striped x STAUD’s new collaboration

Swimwear brand Solid & Striped has teamed up with LA-based clothing company STAUD for a summer capsule collection. The collaboration focuses on bikinis, one-pieces, breezy dresses as well as handbags. Prices start at $70 and go up to $350. Discover some of our picks from the Solid & Striped and STAUD collaboration below. 


Solid & Striped x STAUD Arabella Lace-Up Cotton-Seersucker Playsuit $170Solid & Striped x STAUD Arabella Lace-Up Cotton-Seersucker Playsuit $170
Embrace laid-back summer style with this lightweight cotton playsuit featuring lace-up detail at the front.Solid & Striped x STAUD Romy Bikini $175Solid & Striped x STAUD Romy Bikini $175
Get ready for vacation season in a colorful bikini featuring 60’s inspired rings.Solid & Striped x STAUD Leather-Trimmed Cotton-Canvas Bucket Bag $285Solid & Striped x STAUD Leather-Trimmed Cotton-Canvas Bucket Bag $285
This structured bucket bag has a minimal shape with a drawstring top for security.Solid & Striped x STAUD Sophia Lace-Up Ribbed Swimsuit $170Solid & Striped x STAUD Sophia Lace-Up Ribbed Swimsuit $170
Hit the beach in style with this chic one-piece swimsuit featuring a lace-up front.Solid & Striped x STAUD Calico Crinkled Gauze Maxi Dress $200Solid & Striped x STAUD Calico Crinkled Gauze Maxi Dress $200
No need to fear the warm weather with a breezy maxi dress made from crinkled gauze.Solid & Striped x STAUD Cotton-Canvas Tote Bag $350Solid & Striped x STAUD Cotton-Canvas Tote Bag $350
Head out this summer with an everyday tote bag featuring square and circular handles.Solid & Striped x STAUD Stella One-Piece Swimsuit $170Solid & Striped x STAUD Stella One-Piece Swimsuit $170
This ring-embellished swimsuit comes in a burgundy fabric with a retro inspired silhouette.

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Co Ords Outfit Ideas


Cute Co Ords Outfit Ideas Co Ords Outfit Ideas

Co Ords outfit with interesting motives such as fruit, flowers and stripes is very interesting. Performing a graceful will make you more interesting by trying to fashion style using co ords outfit. His model is indeed far more diverse since you can select them with free and unlimited. This fashion used to frequent trouble equating and do mix and match so that fashion appears to be suitable and harmonious. The function of this dress is you can combine two items with the same balance and harmony that arises and makes your look much more attractive without you having to do a hard hard mix you match on your outfit. Following is the display style using co ords outfit.

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Paris Jackson on Vogue Australia July 2017 CoverParis Jackson on Vogue Australia July 2017 Cover

Paris Jackson graces the July 2017 cover of Vogue Australia. Photographed by Patrick Demarchelier, the blonde beauty wears an embroidered Prada bralette and skirt. The actress and daughter of Michael Jackson is taking her moment in the spotlight after previously appearing in Teen Vogue and Vanity Fair. The fashion shoot was styled by Christine Centenera, and you can see the full story when it hits newsstands on June 26th.


Patrick Demarchelier photographs Paris Jackson for Vogue Australia's July issuePatrick Demarchelier photographs Paris Jackson for Vogue Australia’s July issue

“I have so many causes that are dear to my heart and fighting for the people, I feel, is my duty,” Paris tells the magazine. “I already have many young girls looking up to me and I want to be something their parents are OK with them looking up to.”

Paris Jackson embraces plaid style in Vogue AustraliaParis Jackson embraces plaid style in Vogue Australia

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A Horse is a Horse, Of Course, Of Course—Unless It’s Hermès, Then It’s a $133k Art Piece

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The longer you spend working in or writing about the luxury industry, the more desensitized to its absurdities you become. Luxury is maximal by definition—if not by appearance, then by some sort of abundance. Moderation is its natural opposite, so once an idea of abundance is taken to its logical extreme, a further logical extreme must be invented. Today, we’ve found a new one: an Hermès leather horse statue that measures 4.5 feet long and rings up at a steep $133,000. Even if you’re medium-rich, it’s probably enough to make you empathize with how all those French peasants felt about Marie Antoinette.

Marley the Poney, as Hermès is calling her (him? Marley’s gender is unclear), is a one-of-a-kind upholstered mini-statue that answers the question, “How do we continue to get the ultra wealthy to spend their money with us when we have already sold them a half dozen versions of literally everything they already realized it was possible to need or want?” Apparently, you construct a barnyard animal out of leather and then give it an all-over leather mane that makes it look like if Cousin It were a horse, but also, spiritually, a handbag. And then you assign this monument to upholstery a six-figure price tag, because what does money even mean anymore? It’s 2017, baby. We’re through the looking glass.

As always, it’s instructive in these situations to do the math on what else one might buy with Cousin It Handbag Horse money. Mostly, that means tallying up the modest new cars or other leather handbags one might buy, but in this case, Marley’s whopping price tag will get you two well-equipped BMW X5 SUVs, a small collection of Hermès’s ultra rare crocodile Birkins or Kellys, or, in many parts of the US, your first starter home. For people who already have all that stuff locked up, well: it gets you a large (but not, like, impressively large) leather horse in need of a haircut, which is either useful for intimidating visitors to your country estate by letting them know you have more money than God or an incredibly dumb way to let grifters, hustlers and scammers of all types know that you’d be an easy mark. Your choice, really.

Potentially, the funniest part of all of this is that Marley is part of the Hermès petite h program, which was created to put to use the leftover leathers and silks that are a biproduct of the brand’s existing accessories businesses. It’s unclear if that’s indeed Marley’s material origin, but if that part of the petite h ethos applies here, then someone’s literally going to pay six figures for recyclables.

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