30 Years of Air

 

It’s the 30th anniversary of the Air Max 90 and Nike is making a splash. Hitting us with a revamped silhouette and an OG-Inspired colorway, Nike is really killing it to start off 2020 with the Air Max 90 Volts for both men and women.

Originally dubbed as the Air Max III, the Air Max 90 is easily one of the most recognizable Air Maxes next to the 1, … Continue reading...

What The Collaboration of Kim Jones ‘Stussy’ and Dior Tells About the Future of Fashion

While there’s no question that Maurizio Cattelan’s $120k banana was the center of Jetsetters’ attention at this year’s Art Basel, the most relevant “artwork” for fashion insiders was the collaboration of Shawn Stussy Kim Jones for Dior. 

There is a feeling that with this collaboration, streetwear OG Kim Jonesis heralding a new wave for Dior SS 2020, a shift from Street to Surf, which is entirely fitting considering Stussy’s West Continue reading...

Assessing Diane Keaton’s Looks: A Perfect Lesson in Timeless Style

Since her somewhat recent Instagram debut, the Internet is finally giving some much needed exposure to Diane Keaton’s under-appreciated and iconic looks.

Known for her androgynous yet refined style that is never afraid to explore menswear but with a uniquely feminine edge, Keaton has made a clear mark on fashion since her Annie Hall days. Drawing inspiration from both a younger Keaton and the present day Instagram sensation, fashion girls … Continue reading...

Is Preppy the new Streetwear?

Presidents Calendula Embroidery Sweatshirt

While preppy was once the biggest fashion trend in the world, it was soon replaced by grunge, streetwear, and a more urban aesthetic. Well, it seems the fashion world has banned together to bring prep back, and we’re not mad about it…

This new remastering of collegiate wear might just be the style revamp you needed your life. The term “preppy” comes from “preparatory schools,” making … Continue reading...

Faux for Fall– Fashion that Lasts

Conscious fashion is the best fashion! Sustainability = goals. 

Apparis sources their faux fur from vegan textile manufacturers in France that follow industry standards. They are PETA approved and create an elegant and ethical alternative to fur. 

Their coats are 100 percent vegan and cruelty free because faux fur is better for the environment, and for our furry friends, of course.

Apparis Sophie Faux Fur

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