Virgin Airlines and Vivienne Westwood team up, ‘surfer’ couture hits the beach and how to own a piece of model history.
By Nichole Devolites
This year’s punk-themed Met Gala has come and gone and a million posts on who wore what have already made the rounds. So instead of seeing the best and worst dressed from this year’s gala, check out some of the goofy things that were said on the red carpet.
Virgin Airlines is at it again with a new designer collaboration for the airlines’ flight attendant uniforms. First Banana Republic and now Vivienne Westwood. Get a peek of her eco-friendly, tailored designs launching in 2014.
… and while Virgin is sticking with their signature red, another airline is banning that color for their flight attendants. Find out why.
What would never “fly,” except for maybe Australian men? These unmentionables.
What’s your weakness? Perhaps it’s ice cream… or is it gold? Last week, I mentioned that Joe Manganiello was the face of MAGNUM Ice Cream’s newest campaign. See the incredibly sexy video of the new campaign here.
Move over Jason Wu and Helmut Lang — there’s a new designer on the horizon and her name is Amy Hsiung. Check out her reasonably priced collection here and where to find it.
Want to be your own designer? Stitch Collective wants to help! Submit your ideas for the perfect tote by May 21. Click here for more information.
Always wanted to customize your own shoes? Salvatore Ferragamo can help. To celebrate the company’s 35th anniversary of its iconic Vara, you can design your own pair. Check it out here.
With warmer weather comes open-toe shoes and pedicures. Get inspired with The Cut’s top polish and shoe looks for spring and summer.
… and since it’s still a bit on the cooler side, find ways to update last year’s spring jackets here.
Who says surfers aren’t into couture? OK, what if you just want to LOOK like a surfer IN couture? Check out this capsule collection by Proenza Schouler, on sale now at Net-a-Porter.
Looking for something more garden party-esque? Try Thakoon’s Bird Cage dress, available at Moda Operandi.
Or how about some one-of-a-kind vintage pieces? Don’t miss the chance to bid on some of Danielle Luquet de Saint Germain’s 12,000-piece wardrobe. She’s selling 350 lots, beginning October 14.
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