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Busy weekend for Kate Middleton: She debuts new items from Erdem, Emilia Wickstead and… Gap?

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Kate Middleton wine tasting

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It was a very busy weekend for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge—but busy is always welcome for those of us obsessed with the royals, especially when you consider that Kate Middleton had 5 outfit changes! We have photos of every single look in our massive Kate Middleton style gallery, but here’s a rundown of what the royals got up to in New Zealand.

On Saturday, the Cambridges went to Cambridge! The couple toured the town and met with locals who lined the streets. Kate debuted a new coat by Erdem—a bright green, knee-length coat with front zip from the Pre-Fall 2013 collection. She paired it with a floral print tea dress by Suzannah, though only the hemline was visible. Knowing Kate, we’ll likely see this dress in full at some point in the future. Since when doesn’t she wear an item more than once? Read more »


Top Fall 2014 Trends: 226 runway and street style photos of fashion month’s 10 biggest moments

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Fall 2014 Trends

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Your first time at any international fashion week will teach you a valuable lesson: You need a fur. And not just any Margot Tenenbaum style granny hand-me-down. A fur so intricately patterned, multi-layered and artificially coloured, that it has to be designer. Given its place at the apex of the top Fall 2014 trends, you’d think recessionary times were long gone—it’s virtually everywhere, from a hyper colour mink at Altuzarra to a fluffy red dress at Prada. Wear it with caution or as Dior prescribes, dangle it over your arm like it’s no big d. Let the fur fly, scruples or otherwise.

Jump to: FUR | SWEATER DRESSING | RED, PINK & ORANGE | STATEMENT OUTERWEAR | EMBELLISHMENT | OPTIC PRINTS | NOVELTY BAGS | DARK ROMANCE | ART | POINTY TOE HEELS
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London Fashion Week: Fall 2014′s top 5 trends

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Burberry Prorsum Fall 2014

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We’ve just wrapped another stellar round of London Fashion Week and it has just solidified that the British designers have made a huge impact globally with their prestigious labels, creativity and innovative approach to fashion. Here are some of the top trends developing from the Fall 2014 collections:
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Top Spring 2014 Trends: 200 fashion week photos

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Spring 2014 Trends

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With the end of fashion week in Toronto marking the close of Spring 2014 show season, it’s time we looked back at all the trends that emerged. As much as the runway sets the pace for what’s to come for the top Spring 2014 trends, the streets play a major role as show-going trendsetters give us the relatable breakdown of how to wear what’s hot next season. Prints take two spots on our top Spring 2014 trends list through those with a painterly quality and those influenced by international cultures. At Hérmes, Rousseau-inspired water lily florals were printed on luxurious fabrics while at Diane Von Furstenberg, dresses and skirts depicting an African wilderness roared. As for fashionable time travel, prepare to keep reminiscing about the youthful 1990s, which haven’t ceased to get reincarnated season after season. Designers like Rodarte, Balmain and Jason Wu have reinvented the decade’s essentials yet again. To help with your daydreaming of long sunny spring days we’ve compiled the ultimate gallery of top Spring 2014 trends as dictated by the runways and our favourite street style stars in New York, London, Milan, Paris and Toronto! Feel free to let this be your guide to budgeting and creating closet space for next season’s must have pieces.

View by trend: 1. 1990s | 2. Art-Inspired | 3. Athletic | 4. Blue | 5. Crop Tops | 6. Embellishment | 7. Metallic | 8. Pleats | 9. Sheer | 10. Worldly
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London Fashion Week: Spring 2014 brings us 5 new interpretations of the female body

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Christopher Kane Spring 2014

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Heartbreak is missing your first Christopher Kane show. But such was the case yesterday, not for lack of some hair-pulling cross town traffic, seriously herculean in-heels strides and fake doorman tears made by yours truly. Alas, the show went on to be the hit of London Fashion Week, bringing forth yet another translation of the female form for spring. Here are a few of yesterday’s options for us ladies come next season: A flower, a disco-ball, yes, we’re going there for Spring 2014.

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Kristen Stewart Style: A chronological guide to the star’s best fashion moments

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Kristen Stewart Style

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It doesn’t take being a Twihard to be a fan of Kristen Stewart’s style. Since starring in her breakout role as Bella Swan in the first Twilight installment back in 2008, Stewart has gone from awkward late teen to high fashion mainstay.

Known for her decidedly anti-glam approach, the actress has been known to turn heads on the red carpet, only to change out of her heels or outfit right after posing for photos. As such, Kristen Stewart’s style varies heavily from day to night. When snapped at airports, in bars or with on-again-off-again boyfriend Robert Pattinson, she is often wearing her signature grunge combo of dark jeans, a basic T-shirt, grey toque hat, thick-rimmed glasses and Chuck Taylor sneakers. On the red carpet, she’s worn everything from Rodarte and Proenza Schouler to Balenciaga, the label for which she acts as campaign face. She’s even shared a front row with fashion staples such as Kate Moss and Rihanna, but she’s never one to flash the megawatt style. She favours skin-baring numbers by Zuhair Murad, whom she’s worn outside fashion shows and to film premieres. We feel as if we know her booty quite well.
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The best of Resort 2014: We snapshot the best mid-season offerings from Gucci, Dior, Oscar de la Renta and more

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Just Cavalli Resort 2013

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From Singapore to New York, in just a few short weeks the new Resort 2014 collections have taken us from one side of the planet to the other. So far, the collections are getting us excited for those fictitious rising temperatures designers seem to believe exist in January.

Both Tory Burch and Moschino’s Cheap and Chic lines kept things above-the-knee, offering a selection of short shorts and playful minis. Burch’s Moroccan influenced collection featured an exotic array of colourful vacation-ready prints while Moschino Cheap and Chic amped up the fun factor with floral prints and tie-dyes. On the runway at Christian Dior an equally flashy collection featured florals, lace and ladylike silhouettes not to mention intense colour blocking.
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The Duchess of Cambridge wears a loose-fitting floral Erdem dress while launching a new counseling program in Manchester

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The Duchess of Cambridge Erdem Manchester

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I never thought I’d see the day. Kate’s gone boho! Kinda. After holding fast to traditionally form fitting and tailored pieces up until the 6-months pregnant mark (and by that, we mean yesterday’s appearance), the Duchess of Cambridge seems to finally be embracing a slightly looser style with today’s appearance in Manchester.

Kate paid a visit to The Willows Primary School to launch a counseling program in conjunction with one of her new patronages, Place2Be. The charity, which counsels and support children with emotional issues, will partner with Action on Addiction, another of Kate’s patronages, as well as Comic Relief and the Royal Foundation to offer counseling for parents and children who suffer from or are affected by addictions.

While the visit gave Kate an opportunity to see the program in action and interact with students, her visit was blemished by an arsonist’s fire that burned down the school’s playground earlier this month. Sad face. (You can donate to the clean-up/rebuild here!)

The Duchess of Cambridge wore Erdem’s black and floral Sophia Visconti Bloom dress (what do you know, it’s still available on matches.com). Though the dress is described as a fitted style, we’d venture to guess that Kate went for a size up. As photo’d here, the bust and waist shaping seem much looser than we’re used to seeing on her body. Bring on the boho! Might a royal muumuu be in order?


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