This cheery prediction for the future of fashion features Rihanna as Furiosa, protagonist from Mad Max: Fury Road. Colorful and graphic, the spread sparkles with Cartier jewels and Maison Margiela Haute Couture. Emphasizing a new world theme for fall fashions, the final image in the collection presents the Barbadian singer in a tiara, as if she conquered a post-apocalyptic planet. See it all below. . . Click for StyleNotes →
Every fashion month, I look most forward to London Fashion Week. Though it’s the shortest, I find it to always be the most creative in terms of fashion and beauty. Designers in London actually take chances, creating avant garde looks that are incredibly inspirational and actually exciting to look at. For me, even more exciting than the runway, is the backstage. It’s a great look at the beauty process and gives you an insider view at what it takes to put together an amazing look. To see behind the scenes of London Fashion Week, click through to style notes. –– Michelle RotbartClick for StyleNotes →
We love texture at Style Noted. Right now, smooth and overly perfect looks are out and encouraging natural bounce and creating big ‘dos are in. We recently caught up with Aziza Rasulova, stylist, braiding expert, and texture specialist at the ARROJO salon in SoHo, NYC. After we saw a cool new look she created and we had to know all about it. Click the notes for more.
Scarves are elegant, Parisian, refined. Wearing your hair as a scarf is a daring variation, but no less sophisticated. Seen on the runway at Simone Rocha and Vivienne Westwood, this look is a great way to show off healthy strands, a quick fix for getting wild texture under control, and a great trick for stretching a silky blowout. Learn more about wearing this trending look in the notes. –– Laura Martin