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Fashion's reconfigurations of the windbreaker breathe a futuristic look into the utilitarian staple for those cool nights out.
If you are a regular reader of Interview, or really any high fashion magazine, you'll recognize the name Mark Carrasquillo.
A white canvas of modern shapes and textures. An artistic study of linear strokes and washed-over fabrications that gives the chalky color a new romantic warmth and touch.
Make extra room for the season’s must-have accessories.
Intricate floral patterns adorn the season's most well-cut feminine propositions. A classic re-blooms.
Featuring nearly 150 pieces from 12 different designers, Mr Porter's new series of capsule collections, Made in California, is a modern reimagining of traditional skate-, surf-, and streetwear.
The season’s rubbery slide sandal from Miu Miu is a juiced-up refresh of a summer staple.
For his Fall/Winter 2017 collection, Tom Ford used colorblocking—primarily in jewel tones—on short skirts, tight trousers, and cinched jackets to accentuate the female silhouette.
The occult item of the season: Dior’s petite minaudieres add a bewitching chicness to your look. It’s in the cards.
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