Today Beyonce released her new fashion line “Ivy Park” to the world. She’s already given us House of Dereon and 4 different fragrances and all have a meaning to each but this mix of her daughter and how her dad used to make her get up and run in a park when she was a kid gives us a whole new meaning. Running with the athleisure trend, the line features bodysuits, leggings and headbands. April 14th you get yours at Topshop and will also be available at Nordstrom and Zalando.com. Check out http://www.ivypark.com and fall in love with Ivy Park.
After producing two sneakers for the Nike brand, designer Riccardo Tisci has decided to move forward with a full workout collection. I’m sure Kim K already has the full looks.
NikeLab x RT: Training Redefined, a collection of colorful, kaleidoscope-print pieces from Tisci. Inspired by athletes training for the summer Olympics, the collection marries Nike’s key performance technologies, such as Dri-FIT and Flyknit, with Tisci’s creative direction and style. (Elle)
Nike will also release the capsule collection in a stark black-and-white color palette, a nod to the two hues that often pop up in Tisci’s Givenchy runway shows. The collection drops in July with a second release scheduled for August.
Looks like it’s time to clean out your shoe collection and make way for the fashion-girl staple primed to take over this spring. Don’t worry, it’s not a fussy sandal or blister-inducing heel (the athleisure trend is eliminating the need for those). Nope, we’re talking sneakers. And rag & bone is making it that much easier to slip into a minimal pair with its new Standard Issue Sneakers. Coming in a number of clean colorways, the canvas lace-ups are equal parts comfy and sleek—perfect whether you’re in for some weekend adventuring or off-duty chilling. They’ve already dropped in store so check out https://www.rag-bone.com/ to scoop your pair!
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Being that active wear is worn to do basically everything and is also in style, what perfect way to wear it than for this upcoming Fashion Week. The temps have dropped and you want to be comfortable as well as stylish, so why not try this trend on for size. Hannah Bronfman will lead the way. Inspo here (more…)