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Thiara Collorec
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Vous rêvez de ce sac depuis toujours. Chanel, Céline, Fendi... craquez pour une marque luxe, mission impossible ? Plus vraiment ! 


Vous pouvez dégotter votre pépite dans le catalogue Vestiaire Collective, où les plus belles marques deviennent abordables. Des sacs d'occasion certes, mais en parfait état et certifiés authentiques! 

On a sélectionné pour vous 40 modèles incontournables, des plus classiques aux plus fun, toutes marques confondues. Découvrez notre sélection et faites-vous plaisir ! 

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Instagram is just filled with women in wardrobes to envy - it may be the best and worst thing to come from Instagram. It is my go to place for fashion inspo but also leaves me bitterly jealous. Sonia Lyson is no exception. She is an ultimate cool girl with the outfits to match. Here she looks effortlessly cool in that coveted silver puffer coat, oversized and over-stylish. Not only is she wearing the sunglasses of the moment but I love this little Fendi bag, the pattern is amazing and adds a pop of colour, tying in with the sunglasses. Image: Instagram @soniafrancex

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Just like corduroy, another Americana mini trend is having a major moment: the cowboy boot. Wild West was big in Milan catwalks and street style hasn't been the same ever since. First seen at Fendi, in a multitude of colours and designs, an embellished version emerged at Dolce & Gabbana, while Emporio Armani employed it as one of the key trends for the new season. The great news is that cowboy boots are incredibly versatile and can be paired up with pretty much anything: From trousers or skirts they can be worn beautifully both in winter and in the warmer months of Spring and Summer. 


Scroll down below and find the one that's right for you:

STATEMENT HUE BOOT 

Fendi made a very clear statement by creating cowboy boots in bold prints and hues like mustard yellow, or blue. If you opt for an impressive boot aim to keep the rest of the outfit muted or pair it with an outfit that's in the same tonal family: deep browns, neutral hues like champagne and black. 

SEQUIN BOOT 

Dolce & Gabbana put a sparkly stamp on the original cowboy boot instantly elevating it from a day look to an evening glitter-party. If you want to make yours to work after dark, team it with a monochrome outfit, embellished with sequins. 

MIXED PRINT 

If you want a more casual trendy spin then take the Emporio Armani route of mixed colours and Americana trademarks like stars. Choose a few colours of the boot, for example, green and white and wear them with a green and white dress or stripped pantsuit. 

How will you be wearing your cowboy boots this Spring? Shop your favourite styles from our expert edit below! 

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We’ve noticed that Fendi is now rivalling Gucci when it comes to Milan Fashion Week streetstyle. The latter is still huge news of course, especially following the incredible mishmash of cross-cultural and supernatural references Alessandro Michele featured in his ‘Cyborg’ AW18 collection, complete with severed heads and a cradled baby dragon. But some of the fash pack are ditching Gucci’s double G monogram for Fendi’s double Fs to inspirational effect. Whether it was a multi-coloured bag, a coat as seen on Anna Dello Russo, or even a sheer skirt and accessories, each women pulled off the statement logo pieces with aplomb leaving us with serious style envy. And trust self-professed techno princess, the model and DJ Sita Abellan, to take monogram layering to a whole new level by teaming a Fendi cardigan, belt, bag, tights and shoes together (a chic new record) in brown tones with flashes of red. 


The fact that Fendi’s monogram isn’t as famous as Gucci’s or even Chanel’s or Louis Vuitton’s actually works in it’s favour. There’s less risk of overexposure as adoptees tend to have an affinity with the Italian fashion house or the letter ‘F’ (maybe it’s one of their initials?). Fendi’s Creative Directors Silvia Venturini Fendi and Karl Lagerfeld have also made an effort to graphically rework the ‘F’ in some lovely and original ways. Take the the ‘F’ hoops with the letters sitting at an angle or the arty use of colour, these on-trend yet timeless styles have captivating cross-general appeal. They’re sophisticated and impeccably crafted with the prices the match.  

Click through our favourite Fendi streetstyle looks in the gallery above then shop our Fendi logo edit below. 

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Alessandro Michele's show last week was a jam-packed show of cyborgs, and odd museum paraphernalia that lingered between style and a futuristic horror film. Gucci AW18 presented a surgeon’s room where models strutted the designs whilst carrying frightening replicas of their own heads, and creepy animals such as snakes, chameleons or baby dragons. However, showgoers took a different approach. They arrived in decidedly more conservative styles influenced by the House's staples: leopard and GG logos. 


On Wednesday, the day of the Gucci Fall 2018 runway show, the fashion pack arrived in the newest pieces by Michele. This year it was all about logos and the double G, worn in two-piece suits, or statement hosiery. Logomania, the trend resurfacing from the early naughts, had appeared in many fashion Houses including Loewe and Fendi and the fashion gliteratti of 2018 is more than happy to oblige. 

On the other side of the spectrum, the equally scrumptious leopard trend appeared more dynamic than ever. British minimalist Paul Surridge, presented his second collection for Roberto Cavalli on Friday. His muse? Sharon Stone’s character, Catherine Tramell, in Basic Instinct. The end result was a more demure approach on the House’s longstanding affinity for the leopard print that’s ultra glamorous nonetheless. Street style stars went for excess by pairing it in two’s and threes including cosy coats and pencil skirts. They even added velvet items for an extra layer of luxe in deep blue and crimson red. 

Try to emulate the quintessential Milanese style by infusing the leopard print and logos. Start by purchasing a classic GG belt and a leopard print jacket paired with jeans and white ankle boots. If you want to try the look head-to-toe, clash your prints or blend different sized leopard prints for maximum effect. 

Head to our gallery for more style inspiration and shop your favourite styles from our expert edit below! 

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Alya Barutoğlu
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Logo-mania is not going anywhere thanks to Fendi and their retro print. This logo print is everywhere! From bags to shoes to dresses, celebs are loving it, bloggers are loving it, so I’m guessing we should love it too! If you are not too crazy about wearing big and bold logos, this pattern is perfect for you as it is a cute way of adapting the logo craze into your dailywear. It really just looks like a regular pattern, but if you’re a fashion gal, you’ll know what it is! #fendi #logo #logomania #logocraze #trend #spring #streetstyle #style #fashion

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