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This week people have kept talking about Rihanna’s outfit at the Met Gala. It was subversive, irreverent somehow and, most of all, perfectly on point. She rocked! #rihanna #met

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Le Bal du Met c'est le gala de toutes les folies : à chaque année, les stars se lâchent comme jamais autour d'un thème bien précis. Cette année, il fallait s'inspirer des rapports entre la mode et la religion catholique, et tout le monde a joué le jeu à fond. 


Certaines avec plus de succès que d'autres. À coté de celles qui on fait trop - hello Rihana et Sarah-Jessica Parker, il y a celles qui ont réussi à rester élégantes, fidèles à leur propre style. Comme Miley Cyrus, ultra sexy en robe au décolleté Mireille Darc, Lily Aldridge, solaire en jaune, ou Blake Lively, véritable reine et poupée Barbie. 

Plus classiques, Kate Moss et Karlie Kloss ont parié sur le noir - un choix "safe" mais sans faute. Pour la prise de risque on salue plutôt Gigi Hadid, bluffante dans sa robe qui rappelait des vitraux dignes de la plus impressionante des cathédrales.

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On the first Monday of every May we eagerly await the red-carpet glam squad who’ll assemble at the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. The annual costume gala is only a few days away and we're buzzing with anticipation. 


This year the Gala will be co-hosted by Amal Clooney, Donatella Versace and the undisputed queen of red carpet events, Rihanna – we’re still not over the train on the mustard Guo Pei gown she sported in 2015. The theme for the 70th anniversary of fashion's biggest fund-raising event is Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination; a pretty controversial subject in comparison to past themes. 

China: Through the Looking Glass, Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, Punk: Chaos to Couture and of course, last year's Rei Kawkubo: Comme des Garçons were among the iconic themes of Galas past. This time, Fashion and the Catholic Imagination will focus on religious depictions showcased across three galleries including the Met Cloisters. 

The exhibition will feature 50 pieces from the Sistine Chapel – including robes, rings, tiaras and other accessories from the 18th to the early 21st century. As for fashion, guests will be treated to a viewing of 150 religiously-inspired ensembles from houses like Balenciaga, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, and of course Versace. 

Care to jump on the bandwagon and dress to fit the theme yourself? Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop the best accessory styles from our edit below… 

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Fenty Beauty has been a resounding success, and that's why Rihanna and Puma do not want to say goodbye to their collaborations. After the sports collaboration with the brand and her makeup line, the singer is betting on the field of lingerie or at least that is what she has left us to see through her Instagram account. Credits: Pinterest

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If there's one trend that should never go out of style that is comfortable looks. It's essential to any outfit to feel that it moves along with the body and facilitates our lives instead of being constricting and well... a burden. Which is why when pyjamas became an official outerwear trend there must have been a universal sigh of relief heard across the world of women tired of their binding and uncomfortable clothing. 


Loungewear worn as everyday clothing became a massive trend including the very popular slip dress, the bralette and corset. But there's something innately brilliant about sporting pyjamas as an outfit because in a way it resembles a more relaxed version of a business suit. Inspired by the 20's and Coco Chanel this trend shows no signs of slowing down and we're completely on board. Opt for a cover-up or a kimono for starters as an outerwear and then don a full head-to-toe pyjama look taking cues from Olivia Palermo, Rihanna, and Gigi Hadid to name a few. 

Browse through our gallery for pyjama-specific inspiration and then shop your favourite looks in our exclusive edit below!

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As much as we hate to admit the early 00's era of Paris Hilton in pink Juicy track suits, double denim x2 Justin and Britney, Christina Aguilera's dirty braided locks, oversized hoops and motorcross gear loving songstress Pink are all trending for 2017. Even though some of those trends especially worn in the early 00's period make us cringe slightly, incorporating a few items here with a 2017  approach will work wonders for your wardrobe this season!


Read on for the latest throwback staples of the season! 

1. Velour Track Suit Ensemble 

Before the rise of athleisure the velour tracksuit was a no-fail staple. Combined with an oversized bag, a Starbucks venti Latte and a miniature dog it was the celebrity uniform adorned by most starlets of the time. Many years after it's inevitable demise the velour tracksuit is having a come back. Vetement's collaboration with Juicy Couture for SS17 should have given us a hint. Kanye's YEEZY and Chloe are also adding this naughts staple into their collections. You can probably thank or cringe at Rihanna and Kylie Jenner for putting it back on the Insta Fash pack radar. 

2. Trucker Cap 

In the heyday of paparazzi and celebrity culture which was the early naughts they had to be accompanied by some much needed streetwear and paparazzi-proof attire. Black sunnies have always been favourable but headgear is also quite integral. For the early 00's that attire included the trucker cap. The ubiquitous accessory for every 20-something celebrity from Pharrell to Ashton Kutcher or Britney Spears. It was Hedi Slimane who resurfaced the the polarizing accessory for Saint Lauren's SS16 show. Nowadays, Gigi Hadid and Kylie and Kendall Jenner have all been spotted with the infamous cap.#2e2e2e"> 

3. Hot Pink 

As fashion recycles every 20 years the early naughts adopted the early 80's trend of pastel pink. When it came to the early naughts Paris Hilton not only brought the flirty colour back but basically built her brand by sporting bold non apologetic fuchia-pink. Around the same time that Legally Blonde premiered by the way. And even though we have been drowning in pastel pink for the past few seasons you can attribute the rise of bold pink to Ballenciaga's SS17 collection. Just wondering when Paris Hilton's come back is due? 

4. Motorcross Gear 

The rise of early aughties hip-hop is undeniable and it quickly infused the fashion runways too. From Pharell Williams, to Pink, EVE, or Christina Aguilera's Dirrty video and most rappers of the time donning heavy leather tracksuits and jackets usually styled with braided hair and lots of 'bling' or 'bling-bling' if you're truly old - school. Nowadays, labels like Maison Margiela, Alyx Studio, Supreme and of course Rihanna's Fenty x Puma SS18 collection at NYFW are completely in racing-inspired gear mode. 

5. Candy Coloured Sunglasses 

Colorful sunglasses were everywhere in early 00's and adored by women and men equally. From Sisqo to Justin Timberlake Eve and the Olsen Twins (they've gone a long way we know), all 00's stars were sporting this trend. Nowadays you'll find the likes of Gigi Hadid and her entourage in similar rose coloured glasses. 


6. Oversized Hoops 

The oversized hoops are a symbol of RnB and Hip Hop music. From Lauren Hill, to Missy Elliot, and EVE it's the accessory that goes hand in hand with a bandana, baseball cap or sleek back pony tail. In the aughts the trend went more mainstream and was adored by many including Victoria Beckham.These days, you can see anyone from Kendall Jenner, to the Hadid sisters or Rihanna rocking those giant gold hoops from designers like Area or minimal ones from Lombardi and Nandi Naya. 

7. Fishnets 

We're not saying you should go full-on Avril Lavigne and "Hollaback Girl"-era Gwen Stefani, necessarily, but there's definitely something about this pop version of post punk fashion that us bubbling back up all over social media. Usually worn underneath low rise wide legged ripped jeans and peaking from the waist and calves. And of course, the fishnet top is a great way to add some interest under a slip dress—or just over a bandeau bra, for a fun flirty look.

8. Pointy slingback pumps 

You can pinpoint this trend to the late 90's who resurfaced the super pointy kitten heel. It was in the early 00's though that the silhouette became more relaxed and transformed into a more elegant and feminine slingback pump with a mid-height lift. Doesn't Sophia Coppola's outfit look truly timeless? 

There you have it! The eight 00's trends that are coming back in a major way. Which ones will you be sporting this season? Check out our exclusive edit of all the items that will give you that extra aughts edge!

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This year's Met Gala is fast approaching. The 'Heavenly Bodies' theme is being highly anticipated now that we are just a few weeks away. In light of this I thought we should look back at a few of last year's outfits. Of course as soon as this year's are spotted I'll be talking about those too. 2017's theme was Comme Des Garçons and Rihanna brought it. Her dress was insane. Designed by Chinese designer Guo Pei this piece took two years to create. It was certainly hard to look away. Rihanna's eye make up beautifully coordinated with the dress's hues and the hair is subtly in homage to China, the origin of the dress. Image: Vogue.com

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With only a few days before Easter, we thought we'd treat you to YOOX’s Last Chance Sale. Expect to find your designer favourites - including sandals, blouses, and floral dresses in flattering silhouettes – now up to 90% off! 


YOOX is known for offering an infinite selection of products, from one-off collaborations and exclusive capsule collections, to eco-friendly fashion, and a unique mix of interior design items. 

Shop looks from DSquared2, Dolce & Gabbana, Maison Margiela and more, that will take you from day to night. 
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#000000">For an athleisure look, team those uber cool sustainable leggings by Stella McCartney with a FENTY PUMA by Rihanna cropped sweatshirtFinish the outfit with a pair of old-school white VANS and a Marni backpack to look chic both on the yoga mat and on your coffee run. 

For an evening outfit opt for a black long PACO RABANNE dress, paired with black Gianvito Rossi soft leather sandals and an uber sleek white Calvin Klein watch. Make the outfit more interesting by juxtaposing the demure shades with a blush multicolour clutch by the pattern Queen herself Mary Katrantzou.
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From golden hoops, as seen on Bella Hadid, to ear cuffs, once a punk accessory and now a classic, we love embellishing our ears in intricate and beautiful ways. Our jewellery is a way of self-expression, exploring our style.

Layering jewellery is not new: ring piles, wrist stacks, multiple necklaces were everywhere this winter. But now, it's the earrings turn. The trend made its way into mainstream as the perfect and unexpected adornment, seen on stars such as Rihanna, Jennifer Lawrence or Zoe Kravitz, to express all your potential. The key method to master earrings layering is called ear curation. 

First, you might think comparing your ears to an art exhibition is a little bit crazy. The trend consists in picking earrings that will match your ear shape and personal aesthetic, and usually, in the process, get new piercings that will make it all work together. This trend emerged in late 2015 in NYC and is more than ever relevant. 

An expert in the question is Maria Trash, a jewellery designer and body piercer set in NYC and London. Her Instagram is full of her famous clients, such as Chloe Moretz, and of her own designs. She will usually examine your style, the metal colours you like, to master the art of layering earrings. Choose to go from small earrings a the top to bigger ones, such a statement piece at the bottom for example.

Stacking on piercings is a perfect balance of feminine and rebellious and will transform any boring outfit into a memorable one.  Express your edgy side with mismatched ears. Boho, punk, classic, minimal, match your tastes with your jewellery. And if you're afraid of needles, designers thought of ear cuffs and crawlers to enjoy the trend pain-free.

If you're looking for new and unusual ways to wear earrings, from tiny diamonds studs to mismatched statement earrings, shop our edit below now!

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Des soeurs Kardashian-Jenner à Rihanna, on peut dire que Olivier Rousteing, le jeune directeur artistique de la maison Balmain, sait s'entourer.


Amis, fans et égéries, le créateur réunit autour de lui une équipe de pois lourds des réseaux sociaux, devenue indissociable de la marque. On et off duty, les plus gros tops et influenceuses du moment font la team Balmain, aussi bien sur les shows que sur les campagnes.

Des muses qui ne cessent de l'inspirer, mais qui plutôt absentes en cette fashion Week. Sur les podiums, ni Gigi Hadid ni Kendall Jenner - que l'on n'a pas vu cette saison, d'ailleurs. Sur le front row, aucun signe de Rihanna, d'habitude fidèle au créateur, ni du clan Kardashian. Mais où sont-elles ?

Heureusement, Olivia Palermo, Helena Bordon et autres influenceuses de taille étaient bien là, pour le bonheur des photographes.

Inspirez-vous de leurs looks les plus emblématiques et shoppez les classiques Balmain dans notre sélection ci-dessus.
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Berets are seriously trending at the moment but the truth is that they have been around for a long time. They are one of those undeniable timeless pieces and have long been associated with style icons like Brigitte Bardot and Twiggy. 


Nowadays style influencers like Pandora Sykes, Yoyo Cao and Miroslava Dumas as well as big time celebrities like Rihanna and Adwoa Aboah are bringing back and thus cementing the popularity of the beret. The beret has also been linked to the French elegance and sense of style but this time the Parisian je ne sais quoi got a makeover. 

A surge of berets has popped up recently from designers and high street retailers alike. Take Maria Grazia Chiuri, for example, the Creative Director at Dior who commissioned milliner Stephen Jones to design leather berets. 

Berets have also become sort of a staple piece at Gucci. Alessandro Michele has expanded on the classic black beret by introducing a variety of bright colours, and most unlikely textures. And even after this season's Cybord extravaganza the classic allure of the beret remained stronger than ever

Whatever your style and mood this season amp up your look with a cool sleek beret. 

Browse through our exclusive edit of the best high street and designer berets on the market below!

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