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Emily Beeson
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Ok, hear us out. We’d never suggest you tote your essentials around in an actual carrier bag but when it comes to the IT-bags of 2018, plastic accessories are in. We’ve seen them everywhere, from the runway to Instagram and it looks as though they’re set to be huge this summer. 


Of course, we all remember how the CULT GAIA Ark bag gained celebrity status last summer and with the silhouette still on everyone’s minds, it’s no wonder the LA brand have reinstated the iconic bamboo basket in colourful acrylic. 

You can now nab CULT GAIA’s must-have styles in pearlescent pink, classic tortoiseshell, wicked green and rainbow tones for a touch of statement flair. 

Then, there are the likes of Jimmy Choo and Karl Lagerfeld jumping on the plastic bandwagon, with cool boxy styles in a ton of shades and sizes; great for anything from a laid-back brunch date to glitzy wedding reception. 

Let’s not forget Edie Parker either… Loved by celebs from Alexa Chung to Solange Knowles, the original acrylic clutches worn by cool girls everywhere are making a comeback this year. 

Want to join the fash pack and rock a high-end plastic bag for yourself? Browse our edit of the best below… 


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Federica Caiazzo
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Chanel Cruise 🚢 The new Collection is just soooo inspiring! Karl Lagerfeld stands out again as the genius of the century. And I really love this black and white striped look. Must recreate it soon! #chanel

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Alya Barutoğlu
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Karl Lagerfeld is giving away prom dresses! No, you didn’t read it wrong! The famous designer has collaborated with Girls Inc for a wonderful charitable project. Reaching out to 10 schools in New York and 100 girls, the designer will donate one prom dress for every purchase of dresses made in http://karl.com. #karllagerfeld #prom #graduation #promdress #karl #lagerfeld #style #fashion #charity #girls

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Lina Psaila
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One of the most immediate trends to emerge from fashion month was anything and everything plastic. Whether it was see-through opac black made of PVC or vinyl, plastic interpretations were appearing everywhere during AW18. Think long practical raincoats at Burberry, moto futurism at Valentino or Chanel's chic 1960's see-through version including capes and boots. 

Even Yeeze caught in on the trend and presented thigh-high tubular boots. Most designers were looking at the trend ironically, attempting to elevate the plastic fabric which is associated with food preservation to a fashion trend. Kind of like 2010's obsession with trash bags. 

Street style was also heavily focused on plastic wear especially when it came to rain gear. Admittedly this trend is challenging to wear IRL even though the synthetic fabric has made its way into our mainstream attire starting from the collections of all our sartorial favourites.#000000"> 

It was Karl Lagerfeld who truly gave PVC an haute couture dimension not only by the artistry with which he crafted the clothes but also by styling them with modern Chanel tweed suits. They were word under feminine hooded rain capes in plastic, denim jackets and skirts were trimmed with plastic fringe while he created low-heeled boots in clear plastic as a luxury alternative to our common rain boot. Similarly, Demna Gvasalia and Acne Studios opted for sleek plastic raincoats. 

This season the trend dominated New York and London alike. Philipp Plein was most experimental by layering faux fur and metallic pieces while Jeremy Scott opted for Space age and taking cues from Barbarella in the 1960's.When it comes to styling, work the trend around your everyday essentials instead of adopting a head-to-toe look. 

Take influencer Yoyo Cao's example by layering a transparent overcoat over a classic camel trench, white tee and distressed denim. Try a plastic trench belted with a Gucci belt or simply invest in plastic accessories: From a see-through bag to a hat or boots, there's always a more nuanced way to incorporate plastic in your everyday attire. 

Browse through our gallery for more plastic-fantastic inspiration from fashion month and scroll below for our edit of the most eclectic plastic items you need to own! 

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Felicia Pennant
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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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corina bello
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After walking of most of the important shows in fashion, the model becomes it girl, when she announces her first collection. And he will design it, nothing more and nothing less, than with Karl Lagerfeld. The collaboration of these two groundbreaking names will include clothing, accessories, sunglasses and will be launched worldwide at the firm's stores and online at karl.com. Credits: Pinterest

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Lina Psaila
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Winter blues are inevitable but a boring winter colour palette is not. This entire winter is about celebrating and adding many layers of bold colours as well as sparkly elements to lift up your mood. If you're too hesitant about sporting glam on your outerwear why not on your feet? Ever since Karl Lagerfeld sent out his models on the Chanel FW17/18 show last March girls everywhere are lusting over that perfect oversized pointy pair of sparkly boots with Kendall Jenner leading the fashionable pack. Luckily for out budgets, there have been many other variations of the shimmery boot in an array of shapes, colours and sizes. 


Try a knee-high silver boot over black leggings and your basic knit for a sparkly addition to your smart casual wear. But avoid clogging in material such as jeans inside the boot to avoid any undesirable wrinkly effects. For an evening party look go for a short LBD or try a long dress with a high side slit. The perfect way to offer glimpses of your favourite party boot. 

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

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This time, the impressive stage that has served as the framework for the Chanel show has been the Hamburg concert hall. With the orchestra playing classical music, Karl Lagerfeld presented a feminine and elegant collection for the 2018 prefall collection. Of course, the traditional jacket and tweed skirt suits have been the main protagonists of the collection. Credits: hypebeast

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Thiara Collorec
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Pour sa première collaboration avec un e-commerce, Fendi n'aurait pu choisir mieux que MyTheresa, le e-commerce mode et luxe incontournable. 


Karl Lagerfeld et Silvia Venturini ont mis au point une collection capsule exclusive, toute en rose, avec des éditions limitées de bestsellers de la saison, des vêtements et accessoires déclinés dans ce rose poudré qui fait fureur.

Du sweatshirt brodé aux initiales Fendi aux lunettes papillon, l'ensemble est plus que fidèle à l'esprit Fendi : coloré, fun, féminin. On les voit portés par cinq héroïnes qu'on suit dans les rues de New, dans un court métrage dévoilé lors du lancement de la collection, hier. 

Découvrez la vidéo et shoppez la collection Fendi ! 

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H&M continues getting the best collaborations. Although it is no wonder to see the Swedish shop reach out to designers such as Karl Lagerfeld, Versace, Balmain or Kenzo, we look forward to H&M finally revealing the identity of his new designer. So on this occasion, it has been Erdem Moralioglu. The collection will be available at H&M stores in the main cities, as well as on its e-commerce platform in November. Meanwhile, you can browse through our images to know what to expect. Credits:Vogue

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Thiara Collorec
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Spectacle toujours grandiose, le défilé Chanel au Grand Palais reste le point fort de la fashion week parisienne, pour ses décors impressionnants, son casting 5 étoiles et les surprises qui vont avec.


Chaque saison, une pièce far vient créer le buzz. Dans un défilé autour de l'eau et des cascades, Karl Lagerfeld a joué sur le plastique transparent, décliné sous toutes les formes tout au long du défilé.

Des cuissardes bicolores et improbables, des bobs, mini capes et surtout des sacs à main, évidemment. Des grands cabas en trompe l'oeil matelassé, dont on peut déjà s'inspirer à peine le défilé terminé.

On a trouvé pour vous le sac en PVC que vous pouvez vous offrir tout de suite. Le cabas Daliane de Kate Lee, en plastique bleu ou rouge, vous donne une belle longueur d'avance sur la tendance… 

Shoppez-le tout de suite dans notre sélection ci-dessus !

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Lina Psaila
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"Waterfalls are the healthiest thing in the world" Karl Lagerfeld declared, just moments after the unveiling of his SS 2018 Chanel show where rocks reminiscent of Georges du Verdon, the infamous canyon the the South-East of France transformed his favourite Grand Palais into an impressive waterfall. Kaia Gerber opened the SS18 Chanel show. 


The collection was refreshing, hopeful and utterly therapeutic. From fringed knitwear that moved like forest debris, to bright PVC mini dresses, evening dresses embroidered with seawater detailing, and water drops on fabric. 

We absolutely fell in love with the Sixties futurism, very Barbarella, in plastic see-through thigh high boots, plastic trenches, rain hats and gloves. Jane Fonda (who made an appearance in the Balmain x L'oreal collaboration show) would be the perfect it-girl to model this collection, as she also sported fringes and faux fur in late Sixties iconic Barbarella. 

Truly a Space Age masterpiece where environmentalism and escapism make for  a breathtaking result! 

Keep scrolling down for the best Chanel inspired items! 

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