The Attico’s first collection of beachwear features a handful of creative swimwear silhouettes that perfectly fit the label’s va-va-voom aesthetic. There are printed string bikinis with corresponding miniskirts, asymmetrical options that feel incredibly novel, and racer-front silhouettes, with many styles already sold out. Also, don’t miss the new architectural thong sandals that pair perfectly with any of the new swimsuits.Last week, indie jewelry brand Justine Clenquet debuted its second footwear collection. Clenquet’s jewelry gained notoriety for its mismatched yet refined pieces and her shoe designs have a similar feel. Boots and heeled mules are inspired by some of the designer’s favorite ’90s films featuring women portrayed as anything but a damsel in distress (think Chloë Sevigny, Sienna Miller, and Uma Thurman). The shoes are both feminine and strong.
Bag designer Chylak continues to expand this season with two new bag styles: the Trapeze bag, a small top-handle bag intended for everyday use, and the Dumpling, a slouchy vintage clasp bag inspired by designs from the ’60s. The brand also continues to expand into other accessory groups with small leather belts—meant to cinch a coat, blazer, or trousers—available in embossed-crocodile leather and black suede.Designer Magda Butrym just entered the swimwear space with a 12-piece collection that features elegant, striking one-piece and bikini silhouettes in black and cream—they’re almost too pretty to swim in. There’s a retro-inspired bustier swimsuit, a one-shoulder suit featuring a cut-out, and a high-waisted bikini in Butrym’s signature rose detailing.
When one thinks of regal headpieces, they might think of diamond tiaras or jeweled crowns. But with her glorious collection of headbands and hair accessories, Amanda Gorman is redefining the concept. When she adorned her crocheted twists with a padded Prada headband on Inauguration Day, she certainly looked the part of a modern-day queen.It’s a moment that will be forever etched in fashion history. Vogue stylist, Gabriella Karefa-Johnson, described it best in an episode of Good Morning Vogue, saying, “That headband is supposed to sit flat on European straight hair and she made it work for her. She turned it into a tiara.”
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