BAR REFAELI MODELS GLAMOROUS STYLES FOR ELLE SPAIN COVER SHOOT

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Bar Refaeli on ELLE Spain March 2017 CoverBar Refaeli on ELLE Spain March 2017 Cover

Getting her closeup, Bar Refaeli graces the March 2017 cover of ELLE Spain. Photographer Xavi Gordo (8 Artist Management) captures the Israeli beauty in a Pedro del Hierro polka dot dress with a Menkes hat. This marks Bar’s first major cover since giving birth last year. In the accompanying spread, Bar poses in notable looks from the spring collections. Fashion editor Inmaculada Jimenez selects ensembles that range from ladylike to bohemian cool for the colorful studio shoot. Bar shines in the designs of DSquared2, Carolina Herrera, Max Mara and more. Vicky Marcos worked on hair and makeup for the feature.

EDITORIAL: BAR REFAELI BY XAVI GORDO FOR ELLE SPAIN

Photographed by Xavi Gordo, Bar Refaeli wears denim stylePhotographed by Xavi Gordo, Bar Refaeli wears denim styleModel Bar Refaeli poses in Chanel tweed jacket and skirt with Jimmy Choo heelsModel Bar Refaeli poses in Chanel tweed jacket and skirt with Jimmy Choo heelsBar Refaeli models Miu Miu poncho, top and briefsBar Refaeli models Miu Miu poncho, top and briefsBar Refaeli poses in Max Mara mohair sweater and printed skirtBar Refaeli poses in Max Mara mohair sweater and printed skirt
Model Bar Refaeli wears DSquared2 embroidered jacket and skirt with DSquared2 earringsModel Bar Refaeli wears DSquared2 embroidered jacket and skirt with DSquared2 earringsModel Bar Refaeli poses in total look from LOEWEModel Bar Refaeli poses in total look from LOEWEBar Refaeli models Carolina Herrera gown with Bulgari necklace and Nina Ricci heelsBar Refaeli models Carolina Herrera gown with Bulgari necklace and Nina Ricci heelsPosing barefoot, Bar Refaeli wears Alberta Ferretti ruffled dress and beltsPosing barefoot, Bar Refaeli wears Alberta Ferretti ruffled dress and beltsRocking a hat, Bar Refaeli wears Pedro del Hierro dress with polka dots. Hat by Menkes and heels by Jimmy Choo.Rocking a hat, Bar Refaeli models Pedro del Hierro dress with polka dots. Hat by Menkes and heels by Jimmy Choo.

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THE HOTTEST BAG TRENDS FOR SPRING 2017

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Karen Millen Pleat-Neck Detail Dress, Almond-Toe Block Courts and Mini Croc BagPhoto: Karen Millen Spring 2017 Campaign

Since spring is almost around the corner it’s time to start scouting for appropriate bags to go with your spring look. If you’ve picked your favorite spring looks from the likes of Burberry and Emilio Pucci, you can find a complimentary bag to accessorize with from the list below. These are the hottest bag trends for spring 2017.

The season of bold and chic prints

When it comes to picking a bag, the key is to find a color and print that goes well with your look. Of course, you can even use your bag as the basis for creating your look and 2017 is perfect for letting bags guide your way.

Metallic shine

As you might have picked from the runway at this year’s Oscars, metallic shines are a big thing. The trend is also going to feature in the bag trends, helping you create the iconic 80s style. The metallic shine is the perfect choice for evening bags, but you can make it work during the day time as well.

Marc Jacobs metallic bucket bags come in shades of blue and gold, with the unique texture adding extra to the glimmer. Delpozo bags are also worth a check – the semi-transparent shiny look creates a stunning finish.

Model Zhenya Katava wears fringed top and bag in Nicole Miller’s spring 2017 campaignPhoto: Nicole Miller Spring 2017 Campaign
Floral prints

Another big trend is to opt for floral print bags. The chic pattern is perfect for spring and it can add a bit of fun to your daily look. It’s definitely a print to keep in mind with your casual bags, such as work bags.

Monique Lhuillier’s runway features some stunning floral prints, with the focus being on soft colors and delicate design. For a more 60s vibe, you could opt for a bag from the Tory Burch collection.

Hippy prints

If you are a fan of the 60s, you’ll definitely find a favorite bag from the spring collection rather easily. Hippy prints are back and they are going to add quite a bit of color to your look.

Marc Jacobs had plenty of Picasso-esque bags in its spring collection. Oscar de la Renta’s 60s inspired bags are definitely a must-have, with the outfits perfectly matching the prints.

Animal prints and furs

Finally, top designers still trust in animal prints. In spring 2017, you won’t just see animal prints, but bags also have furry elements in them.

Celine’s solid leopard print bag is a traditional option for fashionistas that love classic designs. For those that want something more fun and quirky, Sportmax had a collection of zebra striped backs in loud shades of blue and red.

The season of contrast

The most notable thing about the season’s bag trends is the contrast in size. You can either opt for teeny tiny models or go with larger than life designs.

Jimmy Choo Lockett Petite Shoulder Bag with Tassels in Iris Purple. Jimmy Choo Mayner 130 Ankle Strap Platform Sandals.Photo: Jimmy Choo Spring 2017 Campaign
Thumbelina purses

Let’s explore the small bag trends first. The Thumbelina purse is a popular pick – it can give you just the right amount of room for the handbag essentials: a lipstick, smartphone and keys.

Valentino opted for heavy-duty designs and materials, adding a bit of flair to their bags with a chain strap finish. Fendi’s flower print bag in baby pink is definitely a great option for any chic fashionista. In terms of fabric, many of the tiny purses tended to be in leather, such as the matchbox purses by Hermes.

Some of the tiny bags were also paired with the larger options. This can be a quirky way of keeping your coins in one bag while storing your shopping in another. Not to mention it makes a great look for a weekend trip!

Large duffle bags

On the other end, you had the larger than life bags that are going to make a splash in 2017. These bigger bags are definitely more practical than the smaller designs, so opt for them when you want to combine fashion with functionality.

The large travel and duffle bag style comes in many different colors and prints. Gucci has gone with exotic floral prints. The floral finish is also visible in Balenciaga’s bags, which feature a rather loud, yet beautiful design. The most surprising look came from Michael Kors, with the material being almost woven straw-like.

Posing next to a vintage car, Lottie Moss stars in Bulgari’s spring 2017 accessories campaignPhoto: Bulgari Spring 2017 Campaign
The season of attachments

Interestingly, plenty of the season’s bags are also going to feature attachment and accessories. You are almost going to accessorize your accessory!

Big furry balls were a popular pick for both the Fendi and Rebecca Minkoff collections. The other popular option seems to be adding tassels to the bag. Moschino featured a lot of creative tassels in its runway, with Maison Margiela going with larger than life attachments.

Fringe features are also back with a bang. Elie Saab combined the metallic materials and design with fringe in a glorious way. The silver and gold tassels added just the right kind of shine to the modern bags.

If you’d like to pick a bag featuring the following trends, you can find plenty of options from retailers like ASOS, Miss Selfridge and Debenhams. VoucherBin has great offers available for the above designers and retailers, guaranteeing you can have room for at least two bags in your budget – because one trendy bag is simply not enough with these fantastic trends!

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KARLIE KLOSS LOOKS ULTRA CHIC IN EXPRESS’ SPRING 2017 CAMPAIGN

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Express Elbow Sleeve Crossover V-Neck Sweater and Wide Leg Stripe Dress Pant
Karlie Kloss wears Express Elbow Sleeve Crossover V-Neck Sweater and Wide Leg Stripe Dress Pant

Top model Karlie Kloss is back as the face of Express’ spring 2017 campaign. The American beauty wears on-trend designs for the brand’s latest advertisements. Karlie is joined by other models including Laura Love and Amilna Estevao in the laid-back shots. The model wears a mix of ruffled dresses, v-neck tops and ripped denim for the latest campaign. In addition to the images, there is also a short film where models are invited to a party hosted by Karlie herself.

KARLIE KLOSS – EXPRESS SPRING 2017 CAMPAIGN

Express Blue Thick Stripe Off the Shoulder Top
Express Blue Thick Stripe Off the Shoulder Top
Karlie Kloss stars in Express' spring 2017 campaign
Karlie Kloss stars in Express’ spring 2017 campaign
Karlie Kloss wears Express High Neck Godet Sleeveless Maxi Dress
Karlie Kloss wears Express High Neck Godet Sleeveless Maxi Dress
Express Tie Front Off the Shoulder Flutter Sleeve Blouse
Express Tie Front Off the Shoulder Flutter Sleeve Blouse
Express Pleated Lace-Up Cold Shoulder Midi Dress
Express Pleated Lace-Up Cold Shoulder Midi Dress
Express One Eleven V-Neck London Tee
Express One Eleven V-Neck London Tee
Karlie Kloss wears Express Pleated Metallic Cami
Karlie Kloss wears Express Pleated Metallic Cami

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JESSICA STAM TAKES ON NEW SEASON TRENDS FOR WOMAN SPAIN

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Jessica Stam on Woman Spain March 2017 CoverJessica Stam on Woman Spain March 2017 Cover

Jessica Stam graces the March 2017 cover of Woman Spain. Lensed by Richard Ramos, the blonde beauty wears a Dolce & Gabbana embellished t-shirt with a brocade skirt. For the accompanying spread, Jessica poses in looks from the spring collections styled by Marta Lasierra. The Canadian stunner takes on bold pieces from top brands such as Louis Vuitton, Michael Kors Collection and Tommy Hilfiger. 

EDITORIAL: JESSICA STAM BY RICHARD RAMOS FOR WOMAN SPAIN

Photographed by Richard Ramos, Jessica Stam poses in looks from the spring collectionsPhotographed by Richard Ramos, Jessica Stam poses in looks from the spring collectionsJessica Stam models Dolce & Gabbana dress with brocade embellishmentJessica Stam models Dolce & Gabbana dress with brocade embellishmentStriking a pose, Jessica Stam wears Emporio Armani top, pants and embellished shoesStriking a pose, Jessica Stam wears Emporio Armani top, pants and embellished shoesModel Jessica Stam poses in Michael Kors Collection sweater vest and printed dressModel Jessica Stam poses in Michael Kors Collection sweater vest and printed dressModel Jessica Stam sports Tommy Hilfiger Collection cardigan, top and shortsModel Jessica Stam sports Tommy Hilfiger Collection cardigan, top and shortsTaking a walk, Jessica Stam wears Chanel top, lace slip dress and ballet flatsTaking a walk, Jessica Stam wears Chanel top, lace slip dress and ballet flatsPhotographed in black and white, Jessica Stam wears striped top and black pants from Louis VuittonPhotographed in black and white, Jessica Stam models striped top and black pants from Louis VuittonJessica Stam wears total look Louis VuittonJessica Stam wears total look Louis VuittonJessica Stam poses in DSquared2 top with puffed sleeves and distressed pantsJessica Stam poses in DSquared2 top with puffed sleeves and distressed pantsGetting her closeup, Jessica Stam poses in cropped Prada topGetting her closeup, Jessica Stam poses in cropped Prada top

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WISH LIST: EXPRESS’ OFF-THE-SHOULDER BODYSUIT

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Express One Eleven Off-the-Shoulder Bodysuit
Express takes on the bodysuit trend with this piece

If you want to embrace slim fit top, the bodysuit is the perfect piece. Express offers up with a cool option with this sleek design. Part of its One Eleven line, the Off the Shoulder Bodysuit is an easy style to rock. Try it on with a playful skirt, blue jeans or even some shorts. The bodysuit comes in three color options.

EXPRESS ONE ELEVEN OFF-THE-SHOULDER BODYSUIT

The One Eleven Off-the-Shoulder Bodysuit is all about comfort
The One Eleven Off-the-Shoulder Bodysuit is all about comfort
Rock some shorts with Express' bodysuit
Rock some shorts with Express‘ bodysuit

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11 LOOKS WE LOVED FROM DAY 6 OF NEW YORK FASHION WEEK

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Looks from day six of NYFW.

Looks from day six of NYFW.

It's New York Fashion Week, which means the Fashionista team is running around town to bring you the best of what's new from the city's brightest designers. Read on for the looks we loved from the runways and presentations, and click here for even more reviews.

ALICE + OLIVIA

Alice + Olivia Fall 2017. Photo: Rob Kim/Getty Images

Alice + Olivia Fall 2017. Photo: Rob Kim/Getty Images

As usual, Alice + Olivia was a riot of prints tailored for the rock 'n' roll chick, mixing bright florals and animal prints with military style jackets and ripped-to-shreds jeans. Would it surprise you to learn that my heart is, like, totally bursting over this pink coat paired with sparkly booties? Probably not. And that matching heart-print crop top and shorts set is calling for Taylor Swift, wherever she is. —Tyler McCall

CLAUDIA LI

Claudia Li Fall 2017. Photo: Claudia Li

Claudia Li Fall 2017. Photo: Claudia Li

Claudia Li's whole Fall 2017 collection was drool-worthy, from the voluminous gathered sleeves to the rich autumnal blues and browns. This corduroy suit, with its oversize lapels and drooping shoulders, feels like just the right update on all the vintage blazers I've been collecting for years. —Whitney Bauck

COACH

Coach Fall 201Photo: Imaxtree

Coach Fall 201Photo: Imaxtree

There was a lot to take in at Coach's fall spectacular, and after six very long days of New York Fashion Week-ing, I mean this in the best possible way. I view this show as total escapism, as 15 minutes of being displaced in a field, running my fingers through prairie grass, listening to Elvis. This season, Stuart Vevers & Co. leaned very heavily into shearling, incorporating the shaggy fur on baseball caps, corduroy jackets and longer coats. This look (on dream gal Lexi Boling) had all that and then some; I especially liked the sheerness of the skirt as paired with the heavier sneakers. Good stuff all around. —Maura Brannigan

Coach Fall 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

Coach Fall 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

I'm a sucker for a cherry print, and I love that Coach's take isn't too sweet. Black cherries scattered across a dark plaid is already a win, but the tiny stars at the yoke? Brilliant. Would it be too much if I paired it with one of the cherry printed bags? I'm certainly going to try. —Tyler McCall 

GABRIELA HEARST

Gabriela Hearst Fall 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

Gabriela Hearst Fall 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

Woolmark Prize winner Gabriela Hearst continued her signature minimalist luxe aesthetic for fall 2017 with a front row packed with the fanciest editors in the business — all perhaps making mental notes for their own pre-order shopping lists. The designer also took turtleneck dressing to a new level with a sexy, extra-fine silk and sheer layer under a slinky beaded velvet dress. —Fawnia Soo Hoo

NAEEM KHAN

Naeem Khan Fall 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

Naeem Khan Fall 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

For fall 2017, Naeem Khan took inspiration from a cosmopolitan, well-traveled woman for a "modern take" on day to night dressing. The global message was translated through a mélange of embellishments — studs, sequins, beading, fringe and feathers — and silhouettes ranging from louche pantsuits (with only lacy bralettes) to caped evening gowns. But the designer closed on a poignant note. A model slowly walked the runway in an ornate Indian wedding-inspired gown (that thanks to the Grammys, brought Beyoncé to mind) to a reading of Maya Angelou's "Human Family." —Fawnia Soo Hoo

NARCISO RODRIGUEZ

Narciso Rodriguez Fall 2017. Photo: Narciso Rodriguez

Narciso Rodriguez Fall 2017. Photo: Narciso Rodriguez

Narciso Rodriguez is brilliant at making clothes that women want to wear. They're not flashy, and they aren't the kind that will be street style bait come fall, but they are luxurious and, best of all, deeply practical. For Fall 2017, Rodriguez kept with a fairly neutral color palette, which meant this burnt orange look stood out from the pack. The mix of textures between the leather, suede and the wool pants added a layer of interest to the monochromatic outfit. Subtle, but so beautiful: That's what Rodriguez does best. —Tyler McCall

PYER MOSS

Pyer Moss Fall 2017. Photo: Pyer Moss

Pyer Moss Fall 2017. Photo: Pyer Moss

I love Pyer Moss for the way it's been so unapologetically political in the past. But this season's collection, which more quietly focused on designer Kerby Jean-Raymond's father, was meaningful in a different way — and hey, if the personal is political, maybe talking about your immigrant dad is no less charged. Even if I didn't know the story behind it, though, I would've thought these sweaters featuring images of Jean-Raymond's dad dope enough to be worth copping. —Whitney Bauck

SALLY LAPOINTE

Sally LaPointe Fall 2017. Photo: Sally LaPointe

Sally LaPointe Fall 2017. Photo: Sally LaPointe

When talking to Sally LaPointe, the woman, during Sally LaPointe, the presentation, I made a point of telling her how cool her show concept was. She traded in a runway or any sort of live models, even, for a series of screens that depicted each look in movement; in the back of the show space hung the pieces themselves for guests to see and touch. This suited look, a favorite of the designer's, stood out to me due to its immaculate detailing. Plus, when the Sally LaPointe woman goes to a formal event, I was told, she doesn't like to wear a gown; that's where this puppy comes in handy. —Maura Brannigan

TORY BURCH

Tory Burch Fall 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

Tory Burch Fall 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

Trying to pick a favorite look from this collection is like asking me to pick a favorite child: I loved every look Tory Burch sent down the runway for Fall 2017. But, between the turtleneck layered under a collared dress and the flats with a bow detail, this one sums up the Blair Waldorf-ness of it all. I need it all immediately. —Tyler McCall

ZAC POSEN

Zac Posen Fall 2017. Photo: Zac Posen

Zac Posen Fall 2017. Photo: Zac Posen

This season, Zac Posen abandoned his traditional show format — a dramatic, extravagant runway show — for something we can get on board with: a PARTY! He shot each look from his collection on a cast of his go-to models (like Lindsey Wixson, Jourdan Dunn and Carolyn Murphy) and displayed them throughout the loft-like venue. I was not cool enough to be there. Anyway, this structured gown was stunning! —Maura Brannigan

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