Now that the fashion pack has left the French capital and is likely spending the next 48 hours in sweats we're taking a look back at some of our favorite street style snaps from the last 25 days. Welcome to the other side of 2021, where going out is in most places around the United States finally socially appropriate and safe just get those vaccination cards ready.
As Emmy, Tony, and Golden Globe nominations are sure to follow suit, we're pretty stoked to see more of Feldstein's vibrant and playful fashion. Emily Ratajkowski wore them to dinner in New York City. Brittney Winbush, voguebritt, and Skylar Kearney, skylarmarshai For Brittney Winbush, owner of the wildly popular Alexandra Winbush self care kits, she opted for a more pared down outfit for strategic reasons.
September 15 marks the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month a time when many nations in Central America celebrate their national independence and Latinx and Hispanic people are honored for their history and contributions. While some accessories are saved for special occasions, others become the piece you're never seen without, or the one time wearer that makes you famous forever.
If there's anything that we've learned coming out of this pandemic, life is short. Casual outings like running errands or just grabbing lunch with a friend call for casual going out outfits. But it's not just distance you'll be able to achieve with the fashion turned function shoe.
If you're not quite ready to return to the office, these put together looks might just make you feel differently. A consummate sneakerhead, she's working on an exhibition titled SneakHer Gallery. This week, the company opened a high tech Denim Society pop up in Montreal's Carrefour Laval, where customers will have the opportunity to shop various looks from the brands on display including Bauhaus, Foxy Jeans, Dnm.Works, No Logo and Slacker, as well as on the company website via giant touch screen tablets.
The brand aims to share a modern interpretation of designs that reflect the Arctic landscape and Indigenous motifs. With frame fitting designs, ladylike accessories, and opulent details taking the forefront, the 1950s gave birth to a new approach to glamour.