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Get ready to embrace your inner cowgirl this season, one of the hottest trends this Fall. This Western-based trend has been around since last season but this Fall it's even more interesting as it's including winter items like shearling leather and denim coats, denim rhinestone jackets and dare we say cowboy boots? 


The fashion girls are also in one the western trend. Take Kendal Jenner for example. She went for a very cowgirl themed look on Calvin Klein’s Spring 2018 runway, where Raf Simons took the Easy-Rider era Dennis Hopper for a very explicit inspiration. Jenner buttoned up a very sleek vintage silk shirt conveying an undeniable Americana vibe. Her top was piped at the pockets and embellished with sparkly sequins morphing a flower motif. Her high-waisted faded jeans were done in a straight fit leg reminiscent of 90s mom jeans. She topped the look off with a pair of equally scrumptiously 90s pointy black leather boots - that were equal parts elegant and witchcraft prone. Overall a perfect way to add cowgirl details to an otherwise muted outfit for emphasis.

The best way to incorporate this look with your current wardrobe is by following Kendall's example and opt for subtle embellishments instead of a head-to-toe cowgirl costume. There are many options to blend this trend with items already hanging in your closet: Go for a rhinestone denim jacket, a pair of studded flared trousers, a pointed-toe modified cowboy boot, a bandana around your neck or wrist, a large heavy belt over a floral maxi dress, and you'll instantly get that cowgirl Americana edge. Just don't sport them all at once unless you're still not over Halloween! 

Browse through our gallery for more Western cowgirl inspiration and shop all your favourite looks from our exclusive edit below!

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A Return to the 90s, there is a garment that is gaining a unique place in the world red carpets. It is the slip dress or the lingerie dress of all life. The main one in charge of making this type of dresses become the kings of the party was the model Kate Moss, back in the 90s. But, what is happening lately? Well basically, we are attending a whole reinvention of the lingerie dress Credits: Pinterest.

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This is the most convenient trend of this year! Try the bumbag trend to move freely. Like the bucket hats, bumbags are the 80s/90s throwback trend of this season. Seen from many celebs it is more than obvious that fanny packs are the new it item!

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Bucket Hats are taking on street wear. This 90s Throwback look is perfect for hiding a bad hair day. Match this style with bumbags to become a major throwback!

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After the AW17 Prada show in Paris, it was very clear that the mood for fall would call for the corduroy, the ultimate vintage 70s Americana fabric! Isabel Marant also offered a touch of corduroy trousers with a 1980's twist. 


The tomboyish appeal of the texture was picked up by Alexa Chung who incorporated it into her Alexachung collection, while Lemaire showed a rusty cord trouser suit. Gucci that holds the helm historically over the corduroy trend threw out pink flares, floral suits, and signature flippers.The past few seasons we've noticed that there has been a huge resurgence of trends of the past, so it came as no surprise when corduroy made its way back to the catwalks, streetstyle and ultimately our wardrobe. 


This fabric was extremely popular in the 70's especially by Jane Birkin and her bohemian - laissez faire interpretation of the menswear staple. In the 70's resurgence of the late 90s corduroy was back in stock for both men and women. Nowadays we're seeing it not only in the form of trousers but also as a pinafore dress, and in many shades of pink, to burgundy, green, aquatic or in floral patterns. Check out our selection of corduroy items in our edit below! 


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Lina Psaila
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After the AW17 Prada show in Paris, it was very clear that the mood for fall would call for the corduroy, the ultimate vintage 70s Americana fabric! Isabel Marant also offered a touch of corduroy trousers with a 1980's twist. The tomboyish appeal of the texture was picked up by Alexa Chung who incorporated it into her Alexachung collection, while Lemaire showed a rusty cord trouser suit. Gucci that holds the helm historically over the corduroy trend threw out pink flares, floral suits, and signature flippers.


The past few seasons we've noticed that there has been a huge resurgence of trends of the past, so it came as no surprise when corduroy made its way back to the catwalks, streetstyle and ultimately our wardrobe. This fabric was extremely popular in the 70's especially by Jane Birkin and her bohemian - laissez faire interpretation of the menswear staple. In the 70's resurgence of the late 90s corduroy was back in stock for both men and women. Nowadays we're seeing it not only in the form of trousers but also as a pinafore dress, and in many shades of pink, to burgundy, green, aquatic or in floral patterns. 

Check out our selection of corduroy items in our edit below! 

IMAGE CREDITS: Pinterest, Popsugar.


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In the past few seasons we've noticed that light blue jeans have become the go-to-staple outfit for the fashion pack street style icons included. And we've seen it all. From the Canadian tuxedo, to bright embellishments, bell bottoms and skinny straight legs alike. This season in New York (the fashion capital mostly associated with denim) and its subsequent fashion creators such as Tom Ford, Calvin Klein and Tibi showed an act for something completely different: the crisp, deep almost magenta type of denim that is more rich and layered than the previously top hit: the 90s mom jean. 


How to style the new denim:


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Opt for the double denim look with no hesitation. The darker shade of denim, secure tailoring and sleek silhouette means there's no room for a Brit & Justin Canadian tuxedo disaster. In an even more elegant fashion, go for a double denim blazer and denim skirt. Uber cool points right there! 


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Doing double denim with an embellished pair of trousers or with added intricate designs draws the eye in from the quite large denim surface. Although this look makes more of a statement it's gives character to the outfit and a very 2017/2018 edge.#000000"> 


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Another clever way is to belt a denim shirt dress (very on trend by the way) giving it definition and an extra je ne sais quois factor. Opt for a long shirt dress or why not belt a denim jacket that falls just above the knee just like Zadid & Voltaire SS18, and pair it with a basket bag and a pair of high heels for a cool alternative to an evening going out look.


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Find the entire collection here, and shop more denim essentials in our exclusive edit below!


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Despite cold days and darker nights ahead, we can’t wait to snuggle up in our favourite knits to carry us right through the winter season! The luxurious material has the unique capability to make us feel both comfy and elegant. It's probably the reason why we see it over and over again in multiple variations every fall season on the catwalk. 


We're absolutely crushing over the new collection of luxe knits at MissPap! From very on-trend colours like tomato red and mustard yellow, to different silhouettes like off-the-shoulder, cropped, oversized, and oh-so-chic

HOW TO WEAR KNITS THIS SEASON 

Indulge in a hygge knit, and pair it with a vinyl black skirt, ankle boots, and a chain cross-body bag on a chilly night out. 

Go for an off-the-shoulder striped number and wear it with your favourite pair of jeans, thigh-high boots, and a mini backpack for after-work drinks. 

Opt for an uber cool slouchy look by donning the knit with a tracksuit and mules. That very distinctive late 90s look will give you many points of utter street and urban flair. 

Snuggle up to a floor-length knit cardigan over your favourite tea dress, paired with tights and flat booties. This very sleek and coddled look will be your ultimate go-to outfit for Sunday brunch with the girls. 

Use the code CHILL15 and get 15% off all knitwear from MissPap! 

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One of the biggest moments of Milan Fashion week was marked by the Spring/ Summer 2018 Versace show. Models Carla Bruni, Helena Christensen, Cindy Crawford, Claudia Schiffer and Naomi Cambell strutted down the catwalk in gold floor-length gowns to pay homage to Donatella Versace's brother, Gianni Versace. They proved that beauty knows no age when great style and personality are thrown in the peculiar mix of supermodels.#222222"> 


The original 90s models walked the runway to celebrate the Versace brand and Gianni's legacy. At the end of the show, as the curtain was drawn, a voice announced " Gianni, this is for you", revealing the nineties icons and the George Michael track Freedom shortly followed as they walked down the catwalk. The collection featured classic baroque Versace prints as well as innovations, including a beautiful black dress with scooped neckline. The late Gianni Versace has been widely credited for the invention of the supermodel. 

The 2018 show was also graced by the new faces in the millennial Supermodel generation including Kaia Gerber and Gigi Hadid. A refreshing view on fashion, the show demonstrated that age does not dictate style or beauty!

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Milan Fashion week was marked by the Spring/ Summer 2018 Versace show. Models Carla Bruni, Helena Christensen, Cindy Crawford, Claudia Schiffer and Naomi Cambell strutted down the catwalk in gold floor-length gowns to pay homage to Donatella Versace's brother, Gianni Versace. 


The original 90s models walked the runway to celebrate the Versace brand and Gianni's legacy. At the end of the show, as the curtain was drawn, a voice announced " Gianni, this is for you", revealing the nineties icons and the George Michael track Freedom shortly followed as they walked down the catwalk. 

The collection featured classic baroque Versace prints as well as innovations, including a beautiful black dress with scooped neckline. The late Gianni Versace has been widely credited for the invention of the supermodel. The 2018 show was also graced by the new faces in the millennial Supermodel generation including Kaia Gerber and Gigi Hadid. A refreshing view on fashion, the show demonstrated that age does not dictate style or beauty!

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Kaia Gerber is proving herself as one of fashion's most successful young celebrities after walking in the Calvin Klein and Alexander Wang SS18 shows during NYFW. She has already landed a cover of VOGUE and a beauty campaign with Marc Jacobs even though she has barely celebrated her 16th birthday. Not bad for the teenage model. 


With a few accomplishments under her belt we’re noticing that she has developed has developed her own sense of style which is quite similar to her mother's Cindy Crawford - a blend of uber cool and laid back americana with a few touches of glam like sheer LBDs or a smoking suit blazer. 

Nowadays we're likely to see her in anything from a matching crop top set to tea dresses and bulky black ankle boots like Kate Moss circa 00’s. She might be still in high school but it's quite evident that she has inherited a great sense of style and access to a few of the coolest designers. We wonder if she's allowed to access her mother’s flawless closet too.
 
We've rounded up the most stylish moments of Kaia Gerber plus you can discover all of her favourite items below!


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Fashion week has arrived which means massive new trends on the catwalk for Spring/Summer 18 but also an array of sartorial aficionados giving us their take on the current style! We noticed already a lot of vinyl (red skirts, trench coats, boots and berets), 90's references, chic sling backs, romantic dresses juxtaposed with leather details, booties or knee length boots and many and we mean a lot of logo t-shirts. The colour palette was leaning towards pinks, bright red, mustard yellow, and black. 


Notable street stylers include Kaia Gerber in a black jacket embellished with Pepsi badges and paraphernalia. This was clearly as a nod to carrying the torch from the Pepsi ad queen and her mother Cindy Crawford. Model Hayley Baldwin went for 90s casual in a Canadian sweater, denim shorts, black leather booties, big gold hoops, and a small red leather Supreme bag. Bella Hadid, channelled once again a late 90s outfit complete with a dragon patterned black bralette, black cargo pants, and sliders while showing off her new uber cool short bob. 

Browse through our exclusive NYFW street style edit below, and discover how you can reenact the best looks! Don't forget to check our Instagram @Shopcade for your daily dose of style straight from NYFW! 


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