Style Notes: American Eagle Is Selling Denim Hijabs; Olivier …
July 15, 2017 - fall Denim
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American Eagle Is Making Denim Hijabs [Fashionista]
American Eagle is bringing a denim offerings full round by charity a mint blue-jean staple: a hijab. The conduct covering is modeled by Muslim indication Halima Aden, who has been carrying a whirlwind 2017, covering Vogue Arabia, Allure and CR Fashion Book and walking in general conform shows. The denim hijab is accessible for $19.95 on American Eagle’s website.
A post common by Halima Aden (@kinglimaa) on Jul 13, 2017 during 10:00pm PDT
Olivier Rousteing Photographed Balmain’s Fall Campaign [Instagram]
Fashion engineer Olivier Rousteing is going a approach of Karl Lagerfeld and holding a spin behind a camera. The Balmain artistic executive photographed a tumble 2017 debate for a French conform residence — his initial time sharpened for a brand. Rousteing calls a black-and-white debate — that stars Lara Stone, Natasha Poly and a really exposed Jon Kortajarena — “My Paris Diary,” as it was shot on a streets of a City of Light. “Being a engineer is one thing, carrying a prophesy a another thing,” wrote Rousteing on Instagram. “I’m unapproachable of those cinema since [they are] personal and it’s all my emotions.”
MY PARIS DIARY #shotbyme The many implausible knowledge , some-more than a debate , an tension , some-more than a pattern an memorable memory Thanks to my 2 legends @natashapoly @kortajarenajon and my implausible art executive @pascaldangin and apparently my extraordinary city of lights : PARIS
A post common by OLIVIER R. (@olivier_rousteing) on Jul 14, 2017 during 9:28am PDT
Liam Neeson’s Son Is Launching an Environmentally Friendly Apparel Line [WWD]
Daniel Neeson, son of actor Liam Neeson (of Love Actually and Taken fame), is dipping into a universe of fashion. However, distinct his celebrity-spawn peers, he’s not branch to a universe of modeling. Instead, a Tulane University tyro is perplexing his palm during design, rising a unisex attire line called Pine Outfitters. The environmentally accessible collection includes hats, joggers, tees and pants, that operation from $45 to $350. He launched a pop-up emporium in SoHo this week (open by Jul 19), and a full collection will be accessible online in September.
“Embrace who we are. Have fun out there. Nowadays it’s a really critical thing that we contingency do to conclude all that we have, generally a outdoors, that is the priority.” -Daniel Neeson (Owner and Founder)
A post common by Pine Outfitters. (@pine_outfitters) on Jul 14, 2017 during 10:23am PDT