This Year’s Met Gala was ‘Too Much and Just Right’

Contrary to what some first impressions may have been when this year’s Met Gala theme was announced, the Costume Institute’s annual showcase had nothing to do with cabins or campfires. This version of ‘Camp’ can be defined in the words of author Christopher Isherwood, ‘You’re not making fun of it; you’re making fun out of it’, or according to The New York Post, “ironic yet sincere; glamorous yet tacky; Continue reading...

4 Trends That We Will See Continue Through 2019

It can be a challenge to determine which white hot trends are worth investing in, and which will fade before the seasons even change. While some fad items appear to be over before they even started, others surprise us, and remain staples for seasons to come. This season we are doing all the work for you, and compiled a list of the hottest trends that we give our seal of Continue reading...

Bike Shorts Aren’t Going Anywhere

While the bike short look may have once been misinterpreted as a short-lived fad, this explosive trend only seems to be getting bigger. Seen on the runways, celebrity street style stars and fashion it-girls alike, it’s become evident that they have become this season’s official must-have garment.

Like other “ugly-pretty” trends (i.e. chunky dad sneakers, tiny sunglasses), many find themselves wondering if they can pull off bike shorts, or are Continue reading...

Sweatpants Are In Fashion And We Are Loving Every Minute Of It

 

Sweatpants have officially paved their way in the world of fashion – it seems that every label, be it high end or low, has added some variation of sweats into their latest collections.

At Blue&Cream we’re excited for this evolution, because really, what’s better than wearing sweatpants and having it considered acceptable? We are stocking up on everything from tie-dye to neutral, baggie to slim fitting, and streetwear to Continue reading...

Level Up Your Luxury Streetwear

Sportswear has changed the way men dress since its inception into the streetwear culture in the early 70s. As of recent years, streetwear has once again taken center-stage allowing sweats, athleisure and techwear to infiltrate the fashion hemisphere.

In order to protect their place in the market, luxury brands have to identify with the customer, however brands like Stone Island are already interwoven into the subculture by nestling itself amongst Continue reading...