ROLLED UP JEANS

Rolled up jeans, at first it seems normal; isn’t it? We can look it in almost each girl outfit and apparently has anything special. But there is something; we have seen it wearing it by Krisitina Bazan and others it-girls. Do you notice it?

The known rolled up jeans is wider than it uses to be. We have noticed that Alexander McQueen bet for this look in it past Paris Fashion Week 2016. And Zara has items with this characteristics.

 

 

We are wondering how much people is going to follow the crowd. We have been wearing it in a hole day; what do you think? Do you like it or not? We will see if more “it-girls” opt for this different way to wear Denim; the season must have.

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Kenzo x H&M

The past week H&M finaally announced this year’s collaboration. They have teamed up with the french maison Kenzo and it will be lauched on november 3rd. Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, creative directors of Kenzo since 2011, have told to H&M Magazine that what they really expect is to explain the true story of the maison and their own story.

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Kenzo is know for its colorful garments and shoking designs, such the embroidered tiger on a sweatshirt, one of the most iconics pieces of the brand.

Carol Lim and Humberto Leon told they don’t have a type of client, they are always searching for new ones to know the brand and the history behind.

By the moment, we don’t know anything else about H&M newest collaborations, but as soon as we get more information we will post it and we will keep you update.

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What happens with the iron?

It has not been just one house; it has been almost each one. Houses has presented their Spring-Summer collection 2016 and we have seen that there is something in common with each one. Some of the clothes exposed has been presented without ironing it. Yes, without.

You can value it much more in the detailed pictures. All are taken by VOGUE magazine.

 

With this shocking way to expose a collection, we can just see one intention; a reclaim for the confort and pragmatism outfit. Today’s women are used to do thousands of things, and most of the times they are not able to wear the perfect look they would like to wear. For this reason, houses as Givenchy or Michael Kors wants to be closer to their consumers and try to help them as much as possible. It has to be said that most of the clothes without ironing has been used with light colours. Maybe in others, like yellow or pink, would not look as good as it does it now.

 Our favourite looks are Michel Kors and Altuzarra. What do you think? Would you dare to wear clothes without ironing? We have tried it and post it in our Instagram; take a look!