If you haven’t already heard, major news has been making the rounds on the Banana Republic front. First, the visionary Marissa Webb was named the brand’s new creative director and executive vice president of design last spring, and now Banana Republic’s unveiled their Fall 14 collection, showcasing a superbly revamped look. That’s why we’re understandably giddy with delight to also announce that all Who What Wear readers (that means you!) are scoring the exclusive opportunity to shop the amazing pieces in the collection before it hits stores and online starting September 24. You’re welcome.
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Fashion Week can sometimes be a tizzy of one exciting thing after another, so we're making it real easy on ya. Below, our list of stories from the week that you just can't miss!
I am stealing this idea from the Steven Alan presentation. It’s super easy: just knot together your shirt tails in front and voila! I like it with a pair of shorts or layered over a maxi dress. Of course, you don’t have to go with a neckline quite as low as the models (if you do, grab some double stick).
One look at Giorgio Armani's effortlessly chic S/S 15 collection, and you'll be urged to rid your wardrobe of anything colorful come spring. The neutral color palette—which consists of powder gray, blue, white, and metallics—coupled with the wearable nature of the entire collection proves that you can skip the floral prints this spring and summer and get away with it. Click on the gallery below to see some of our favorite looks!
Fall officially starts in two days, so it’s only natural that we’re dreaming of all the amazing ankle boots we’re going to start wearing. As such, we compiled a guide to the season’s essential booties, and where to get ‘em.
Scroll down to see and shop on-trend ankle boots for fall!
Is there anyone that embodies classic style more perfectly than Emmanuelle Alt, the inimitable editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris and patron saint of button-down shirts and blazers? We think not, which is why we turned to the tastemaker to break down the effortless art of looking chic. We figured we’d keep things simple, so we focused on the four stylish components of one of her textbook outfits.
Calling all bohemian babes, this is the collection of your dreams. Desert motifs met artisanal craftsmanship for the ultimate refined hippie feel.
Vogue calls it the strongest collection from Donatella Versace in a long time. With the progressive shift toward unfussy silhouettes and lack of embellishments, we tend to agree.
If you haven't been living under a rock for the past couple of years, you probably already know on some level that model Chrissy Teigen is one of the funniest people on Twitter. Sharing everything from witty observations about the fashion world to her favorite recipe for hamburger salad, Teigen uses the social media site to spread her gospel of funny throughout the land.
As avid followers of Eva Chen, we like to imitate some of her most stylish moves: the #evachenpose, switching out our bagel for fruit on our morning commute, and of course, indulging in the same literary choices. The resident New Yorker is a bookworm starting yet another trending hashtag, #saturdaybookclub, which gathers all of Chen’s current and past reads onto a feed that her readers can easily follow. We’re taking inspiration from #saturdaybookclub to navigate our own way through the literary minefield this fall.
Special night in New York City surrounded by friends. The Bloglovin’ Awards are becoming a tradition. I still remember the first one about 3 years ago, when the venue had the most surreal view to Columbus Circle and Central Park and where the night ended with all of us renting a really crappy limousine and buying pizza at some dodgy and allegedly famous pizzeria in NYC. I quite honestly don’t know whether it was actually a famous place but the owner had a whole wall covered in picture frames posing with every celebrity you can possibly imagine.
This night didn’t end with pizza at 4:00am but it at the PHD rooftop with the most incredible view of Manhattan.