Ivanka Trump's outfit for a White House meeting with Kim Kardashian West on Wednesday has some doing a double-take.
Did Gigi Hadid just solidify the “dad sneaker” trend? After stepping out in a chunky pair of kicks by Ash, the model seems to have made a case for the masses to hop on the ugly shoe bandwagon.While the style was popular in the ’80s with Princess Diana and the cast of Working Girl, Balenciaga‘s been credited with bringing the shoes back with its “Triple S” sneakers, which retail for $895. Other luxury brands like Louis Vuitton followed with its Archlight sneakers and Gucci with the Rhyton leather logo sneakers. The popularity of the footwear style can also be attributed to the rise of “normcore,” which has spun off into a subset called “dadcore” and where this sneaker style naturally fits into.Surprisingly, these designer versions are seriously expensive. But after the big fashion houses started to roll out versions, other more affordable labels like Mango and Zara came out with their own. Plus, classic sneaker labels like Nike, Fila, and Skechers followed suit, bringing back their retro sneakers, such as Nike’s Air Max 96 and 97.If you love this style, shop 9 dad sneakers ahead, including Hadid’s version.Read More from Yahoo Lifestyle: • Is Gigi Hadid on her way to having the most Vogue covers ever? • Bart Simpson is fashion’s latest muse • Shop 13 boat neck summer tops inspired by Meghan MarkleFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
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French businessman Louis Vuitton was born August 4th, 1821, and before he created his eponymous brand of leather goods, he was a royal trunk maker for Empress Eugénie de Montijo, wife of Napoleon III. Having grown up during the Industrial Revolution, he became an apprentice to a box maker before becoming a premiere artisan on his own. He was famous for this stackable rectangular trunks, as round-shaped boxes were the norm at the time. Since then, Louis Vuitton has not only become an international luxury brand, but also part of a mega conglomerate known as LVMH. In 1997, American designer Marc Jacobs became the artistic director, unveiling its first ready-to-wear collection and expanding beyond leather goods. In 2013, French designer Nicolas Ghesquière replaced Jacobs. Today, we look back at the luxury brand’s best runway beauty looks that have complemented the clothing on the catwalk. The hair and makeup is both entertaining and monumental — not a small feat for a ready-to-wear label that’s only been around for less than 20 years.Related:Pat McGrath Channels David Bowie for Louis Vuitton Cruise 2016Exactly How To Create Michelle Williams’s Louis Vuitton Look#TBT Marc Jacobs Spring 2011 Beauty Look
When it comes to red carpet dressing, Cate Blanchett loves to take risks—something she made all the more clear on the press junket circuit while promoting her latest film, Truth. At a recent screening in Los Angeles, the Oscar-winning Aussie chose a white knit Proenza Schouler dress with a high neck and bare shoulders, fresh off the New York runway—paired with crisscrossed Louboutin pumps, an easy updo, and glowing makeup. But she wasn’t the only star with an eye for Proenza this week: Fargo’s leading lady, Kirsten Dunst, showed up to the Season 2 premiere of the hit FX show wearing a sleeveless, olive green leather dress with ruffled hem, also by the label. From Zendaya’s sleek, minimalist Elizabeth and James dress to Lily-Rose Depp’s shoulder-baring, technicolor Chanel top, here are the rest of this week’s best dressed.Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
For years now, we’ve played as close attention to what’s happening off the runway as on. We might aspire to the latter, but it’s the former that offers wardrobe inspiration and style tips for right now. From ubiquitous fashion bloggers like Aimee Song to ever-present editors like Anna Dello Russo and international social stars like Miroslava Duma, the style set brought their A-game to Manhattan. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
When you’re traveling, the right bag is essential, and nothing looks better than a perfectly aged brown leather duffle bag. The leather duffle has a classic appeal that goes way beyond aesthetics: take it to the gym on weeknights, then toss it in the trunk on your weekend getaways. With Labor Day just around the corner, these 15 options will be the perfect investment piece that’ll only get better with age. Related: Miansai x Soludos Launches Limited Edition Capsule Collection Band Collars Aren’t Just for the Boys
With summer quickly coming to an end, August is pretty much your last shot at getting out of town before the chill sets in. But, as anyone who’s tried to plan a last minute vacation knows, the only thing harder than finding the right size toiletry bag or the perfect jewelry case is finding them in a hurry. That’s why we pulled together 21 travel accessories you should invest in now. Trust us, they’ll make your next trip abroad, or your stateside staycation, that much easier. More from Yahoo Style:15 Lightweight Sneakers That Will Change Your Life
Louis Vuitton’s Multicolore monogram collection, once a favorite of Paris Hilton, Nicole Richie, and Jessica Simpson, will be discontinued later this year. A collaboration between artist Takahashi Murakami and the French fashion house, it debuted in 2003 at the brand’s spring fashion show in Paris when Marc Jacobs was the creative director. At Louis Vuitton’s Saks Fifth Avenue shop-in-shop, a store associate told Women’s Wear Daily that the collection will be “leaving stores at the end of July, forever,” and the brand, with Jacobs’ successor Nicolas Ghesquiere, declined to comment specifically on the discontinuation of the collection and said they preferred to “look forward.” The Multicolore monogram collection is the label’s longest lasting to date so to commemorate the end of an era, we’re looking back at its most memorable moments from Amber Rose accompanied by Kanye West at Paris Fashion Week wearing the Mink Bum Bag to its big screen appearances on the arms of Lindsay Lohan in Mean Girls and Emma Roberts in Wild Child. More from Yahoo Style:Why Are Fashion Brands Joining Snapchat & Doing Nothing?LVMH Wants to Make an Apple Watch RivalVogue & the CFDA Announces 10 New Fashion Fund Nominees