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From the new social trends to power investments and statement collaborations, get BAZAAR’s top fashion download of the season—right here, right now.
2 THE EVENT
Three reasons to jump on the next flight to Melbourne, and catch the National Gallery of Victoria’s latest Dior exhibition. With more than 140 looks on display, the exhibition oversees current and archive pieces from 1947 to 2017—one of the most comprehensive exhibitions to date outside of Paris; Its biggest highlight is the iconic Spring/Summer ’47 New Look collection, which revolutionised women’s fashion in the early ’50s; Get up close and personal with members of its Parisian ateliers, who will be physically working within the exhibition itself. No custom orders required. ‘The House of Dior: Seventy Years of Haute Couture’ is from September 1 to November 7 at National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia. www.ngv.vic.gov.au
3 THE GUILD FOLLOWING
WHO: SELENA FORREST, The deal: With her coolgirl swagger and boyish walk, Selena has already done highprofile shows such as Chanel and Versace, and even closed the Louis Vuitton Autumn/ Winter ’17 show. Insta-count: 20k followers WHO: THEODORA QUINLIVAN, The deal: A self-proclaimed otaku, this Boston-native walks an average of 40 shows per season, including Valentino, Dior, and Versace. Insta-count: 17.5k followers WHO: DILONE, @ _dilone The deal: The 21-year-old is fast following in the footsteps of fellow Dominican Lineisy Montero. See: the 35 shows she covered in one season. Insta-count: 79k followers
4 THE SOUND INVESTMENT
Leave it to Balmain to launch its very own collaborative version of Beats by Dre. To the fashion-forward, this is good news. Inspired by Olivier Rousteing’s vision of an urban safari, headphones and earphones come available in dusty pinks and cool khakis. And of course, when your inner circle consists of top models and A-list celebrities, who else to front your latest collaboration, other than Kylie Jenner herself?
5 THE CHANGE 5OF GUARDS IN
WHO: Olivier Lapidus WHERE: Lanvin
6 THE DIGITAL DOWNLOAD
Gucci introduces geotags into its latest app, bringing more tech into the world of fashion history. Kicking things off at Chatsworth House in the UK, the app allows users to explore locations around the world that have inspired the Italian house throughout the years. With detailed historical descriptions, fashion has never been this educational.
7 E THE COLLECTION PIECE
Globetrotters, take note: Emilio Pucci has launched a limited-edition collection of 11 sneakers, inspired by iconic cities around the world. Each pair is an exclusive combination of colours: pink, purple, and yellow for Hong Kong; green, orange, and powder blue for London. Emilio Pucci’s Sneakers of the World collection is available exclusively in select Emilio Pucci boutiques worldwide, and online at www.emiliopucci.com
8 VELVET UNDERGROUND
Time to be a smooth operator. On the streets of fashion week, the style set took to velvet pieces, from matchymatchy suits, to playful separates.
9 THE END OF AN ERA
Founded in 1997 by Colette Roussaux, the iconic boutique on Rue Saint Honoré recently announced it would be closing its doors this December. Ending its chapter on a high note, the French concept store launches a series of capsule collections with some of fashion’s favourites, as well as multi-brand takeovers by Chanel, Saint Laurent, and Balenciaga.
10 THE ONES TO WATCH
From LVMH Prize’s latest award winner to the style set’s favourite, here are the designers on BAZAAR’s radar.
Welcome to the new age of digital domination, as seen through the eyes of Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana. For their latest Autumn/Winter ’17 collection, the designers sent down the runway celebrity dynasties, millennial influencers, and society darlings in lieu of models, such as Malaysia’s own Rachel and Michelle Yeoh. Dolce & Gabbana Autumn/Winter ’17
Theodora Quinlivan on the runway at Dior Autumn/ Winter ’17 Selena Forrest walking the Fenty x Puma Autumn/ Winter ’17 show
Move aside, Gigi and Kendall. Here, the most-followed models on Instagram, fresh off the Autumn/ Winter ’17 catwalks.
Dilone at Hermès Autumn/Winter ’17
Look 37 and 38 of Dior Haute Couture Autumn/Winter ’13, photographed by Patrick Demarchelier
Sasha Pivovarova models an ensemble from Dior Haute Couture Spring/ Summer ’48
A 1963 kitten heel from Dior’s archives
Kylie Jenner stars in Balmain x Beats by Dre’s campaign
WHO: Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant WHERE: Courrèges Courrèges Autumn/Winter ’17 marked the final collection for French duo Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant
Inspired by Olivier Rousteing’s glamazon, Balmain Autumn/ Winter ’17 revolved around a palette of cool khakis and dusty pinks
Bouchra Jarrar at her final show for Lanvin this Autumn/ Winter ’17
Beats Studio Wireless headphones in Khaki, Balmain x Beats by Dre
Powerbeats3 Wireless earphones, Balmain x Beats by Dre
Olivier Lapidus, whose father was the couturier Ted Lapidus, has taken over the reins at Lanvin
Macaron-pretty colours of Emilio Pucci’s Paris edition sneakers
The Florence edition, paired with a look from Autumn/Winter ’17 Seoul sneakers represent the colours of the South Korean flag
The Gucci Courrier collection, alongside the Gucci app’s geotagging function, is part of the Gucci Places Chatsworth collaboration
The Gucci app: an extension of Gucci’s imaginative universe, encapsulating its 96-year history
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Marine Serre’s eclectic mix of sportswear and eveningwear MOLLY GODDARD THE 411: Part-Harajuku princess, part-English aristocrat, Molly Goddard’s frothy concoction of tulle skirts and tea dresses is championed by fashion blogger Susie Lau and stylist Kate Foley Osterweis.
Tulle frocks aplenty at Molly Goddard Autumn/ Winter ’17 MARINE SERRE THE LOWDOWN: It’s eveningwear meets sportswear with Marine Serre, who was recently named winner of the prestigious LVMH Prize. Case in point: lycra sports top, paired with billowing, Elizabethan ballroom skirts.
Air Woven sneakers, Colette x Nike