The elegant ah jie was spotted looking gleeful on vacay at the Maldives in this casual lightweight romper from Wear Amanda and a Bulgari scarf that she conveniently transformed into a head accessory. The oversized Loro Piana striped linen tote bag topped off the whole actress-on-holiday look, so much so that even thong sandals looked cool with it.
The starlet was channelling bad a** biker chick vibes as she’s decked out in a sleek all-black ensemble that was made out of a leather (or pleather) biker jacket, turtleneck top, and cigarette pants. She decided to go with a striking bold lip together with clean white chunky dad sneakers from Charles & Keith to juxtapose the single-toned outfit.
Do the same on lazy Monday’s. Simply throw on black pieces, but let your choice of footwear and lippie make a statement.
Fashion IT girl Yoyo Cao is one to never disappoint when it comes to her #OOTDs. And this Max Mara ensemble that she rocked to the brand’s Resort 2020 Fashion show is no different. We are loving the elevated prep school vibes that she is serving us with this brown suede pinafore atop a white shirt and croc-effect thigh-high boots from Max Mara.
It’s safe to say that a tailored, sharp power suit has got a permanent top spot on our list of wardrobe necessities. But this Ferragamo matching set that’s in a foliage print? You’ll command the attention of the boardroom. You don’t have to worry about this blazer (here’s our guide to the best blazer for your body type) drowning out your figure because it has a waist-tie at the back that allows the waist to be cinched for a feminine silhouette.
The model, host, and actress was looking youthful in a light prink slogan tee with a layered black tulle skirt that transformed an otherwise plain outfit to one that’s so much more feminine and whimsical. Of course, she toted a versatile black crossbody bag that complements perpetually any outfit and wore a pair of classic white sneakers that could do no wrong. Cop her look for an easy weekend coordinate.
The British actress who’s probably currently best known for her role as the Ancient One in the Avengers series was spotted in Alexander McQueen from head to toe. Wearing a slashed and pleated cotton poplin shirt dress with a multi-chain harness and optic white studded pointed-toe pumps to the ‘Orlando’ movie screening, Tilda Swinton was looking otherworldly. We love how this shirt dress from McQueen’s Fall/Winter ’19 collection debunks all the stereotypes of the shirt dress being boring. You can style your trusty shirt dress or tunic the same way – by adorning it with body chains or snazzy belts.
This multi-hyphenate needs no more introduction from us. Even though we missed her presence at this year’s Met Gala, she is definitely not holding back on experimenting with bold outfits. A plain white ringer tee with a pair of denim jeans? Rihanna does not play like that because basic is never enough for her. Instead, she chooses to inject her own fun personality to this by throwing on a black mesh bra-top and purple mesh slip dress. And not to mention, blinged accessories from clear plastic heels to hair pins.
After making a popping statement at last year’s Council of Fashion Designers of America Fashion Awards with a colourful bodycon jumpsuit, supermodel Gigi Hadid is back at it again at this year’s show. This time, she was wearing a baby blue oversized blazer, matching trousers with a pleated skirt layered on top, and a silk padded belt bag from Louis Vuitton. Clearly, the supermodel approves of the skirt-over-trousers Fall/Winter trend. Out of refreshing colour ideas in your wardrobe? Take baby blue out for a spin.
A powerful woman whose name is probably synonymous to fashion, Anna Wintour was repping Givenchy at the 73rd Annual Tony Awards. This stunning long green silk satin dress with floral prints and balloon sleeves was custom made for her by The House of Givenchy. The next time you’ve got an upcoming formal dinner, skip the predictable black gown for a rich green one instead.