Burberry Is Taking Its September Fashion Show to the Great Outdoors

A few of fashion’s biggest names may have already ditched the Fashion Week schedule, but Burberry’s Riccardo Tisci isn’t ready to say goodbye just yet. This September, Burberry is taking its spring 2021 collection to the great outdoors to digitally debut the Burberry in Nature runway show.

The immersive experience, set for September 17 will be completely carbon neutral, and serve as Burberry’s way to “reconnect with nature and each other.” Where fashion shows used to be invite-only, this digital experience is open to everyone.

“As humans, we have always had a deep affinity to nature. We have had to respect and rely upon its power for our very existence, whilst marveling and reveling in its extraordinary beauty,” Tisci said in a statement. “Especially recently, we have all yearned to reconnect again and for this show, I wanted to celebrate these feelings by bringing our community together in a

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16 Designer Sunglasses On Sale Right Now

With their uncanny ability to make or break an entire outfit and completely alter how our faces look, the power of sunglasses is massive. Few, if any, accessories bring about more emotional attachment than a good pair of sunnies. (If you’ve ever lost a pair and ugly cried in public, you know exactly what I’m talking about.)

We know all too well how exhaustive the search can be to find the right pair, so to make things easier for you, we set out to find the chicest and most flattering styles on sale right now. From cat-eyes to aviators to avant-garde shields, we’re pleased to share that we found jaw-dropping, coffee-spilling discounts. Ahead, the 16 best sunglasses you can score on sale right now from Linda Farrow to Prada to Oliver Peoples and more.

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Eureka Cat-Eye Sunglasses

Le Specs
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$59 $17 (70% off)

Every it-girl from Meghan

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Adaptive clothing for women and men that is stylish and functional

For a very long time, the fashion industry left people with disabilities behind. The few clothing options available were shapeless, drab and closer to hospital garb than anything that could come off a New York runway. “There’s been this stereotype that we can’t take care of ourselves, which means we can’t be fashionable,” says Chelsie Hill, a 28-year-old dancer and model who’s been using a wheelchair ever since a spinal cord injury left her paraplegic at 17.

In this article

  1. What is adaptive clothing?
  2. Where to shop for adaptive clothing
  3. Best stylish adaptive clothes to shop

As discussions around inclusivity in fashion picked up in fervor over the last two years (searches for adaptive fashion increased by 80 percent in 2019, according to fashion platform Lyst), brands like UGGs and American Eagle have reacted, launching lines of adaptive clothing, apparel that is some combination of adjustable, accessible and

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Fendi Taps Artist Joshua Vides For a Beach-Ready Tromp L’oeil Collection

If you’re a fan of both A-Ha and Fendi, you’re in luck. The Italian house just dropped their prefall 2020 collection entitled ‘California Sky’ in collaboration with Guatemalan-American visual artist Joshua Vides. The painterly collection is reminiscent of the Norwegian synth-pop band’s hit music video “Take On Me,” where a cartoonish look runs strong. Much like that bop, Fendi’s newest launch will only get better over time.

fendi california sky

Courtesy of Fendi

fendi california sky

Courtesy of Fendi

fendi california sky

Courtesy of Fendi

Vides lent his touch in the form of a scribbled Fendi logo while outlining the brand’s iconic Peekaboo bag, poplin shirt dresses, and even a pair of jeans for a trompe l’oeil effect. The monochromatic color combo is the collection’s main aesthetic, complemented by subtle pops of pastel pinks and tie-dye blue, inspired by the Roman sky. The collection launches just in time for future beach escapades and features elevated summer staples like a

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The new reality of wedding dress shopping, from prosecco on Zoom to virtual fittings

When I’d imagined what searching for a wedding dress might be like, I can’t say it had ever crossed my mind that, on my first appointment, I’d be wearing my slippers and the designer would be warning that her four-year-old son, dressed as a dinosaur, might roar into the room at any moment. But such is the new reality of the search for the perfect look. 

Weddings may have been suspended since March, but the bridal style industry is still in full swing, confirms Kate Halfpenny, renowned for her modern spin on bridalwear, who is preparing to re-open her Bloomsbury boutique in the coming weeks, ready to welcome 200 brides who are awaiting fittings. In the meantime, she’s been using Zoom to consult with new clients. 

I got engaged in February and, as a fashion editor, my thoughts naturally turned to what The Dress might look like, well, years before

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