10 THINGS WE LOVE

From the new so­cial trends to power in­vest­ments and state­ment col­lab­o­ra­tions, get BAZAAR’s top fash­ion down­load of the sea­son—right here, right now.

Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - Thelist - By Amy Yas­mine.

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.

THE INSTACLIQUE

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

OUT

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

Kylie Jen­ner

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

T of he each na m e shoe, of a each sub­tle city is nod e m to broi­dered its rai­son on d’être the bac

Dubaiedi­tion­in­sand,white,and­black

Trop­i­cal,play­ful­coloursre­flect Mi­ami’svi­brant­mood

Lon­don­sneak­ersin­black, green,red,and­pow­derblue

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

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