Posts from ‘Runway to REALway’
1. Large Logos
That 90′s trend of wearing big, bold designer logos across your chest is back. But this time it’s not so much about showing off how much cash you spent on your outfit, it’s more a pledge of allegiance to the brands and designers you love. Declare your deep devotion with these djpremium.com looks:
Sneakers in white are all over the runways both in stark, minimalist styles and embellished with metal hardware. The best thing is that they aren’t just being worn with jeans or sporty joggers, you can now pair them with flannel suits or dress pants as these designers did on their runway shows:
Click on any of these sneaks for a peep at our white sneaker assortment on djpremium.com:
3. Athletic Apparel Upgrade
Yes, we’ve seen the athletic apparel trend for a couple years now. But this time, the fields covered are wider, no pun intended. It’s not only about basketball and baseball jerseys anymore. Brands have diversified to sports like auto-racing, boxing, water-sports, and even hunting! Here are some looks from 10Deep and IUTER available on djpremium.com. Are you game?
4. Long Coats
This season, size does matter. For coats….the bigger, the wider, the longer, the better. Shop the Jackets & Coats section on djpremium.com for these General Idea, Nudie Jeans, and PLAC coats:
DJPremium is very excited about General Idea‘s own Korean designer Bumsuk Choi as he presented the Fall / Winter 2014 collection last week at Pier 59 during New York Fashion Week.
The show revealed that the brand has taken a darker turn from the metallics and color blocking we saw in SS14. Fall moved towards a more tonal color palette with a bad-ass edge. General Idea’s street-wear DNA emerged on the runway with the paneling, extended hems, and dropped shoulders we have come to love.
CoCo & Breezy
Designers, artists, and twin sisters CoCo and Breezy are out to turn heads with their fierce eyewear. A bolder and bigger take on classic sunglasses shape, these shades are blowing up and selling out. Head on over to DJPremium.com to snag yours today!
Yesterday one of our favorite rockstar fashionistas Rihanna was spotted wearing the matte black “Zesiro” style sunglasses.
Check out CoCo and Breezy featured in the May ’13 issues of Instyle and Look Magazine UK.
Photo credit: Style
During the Spring 2011 runway shows, there were a lot of brighter colors, prints, pastels, and mix-matched textures. Diesel Black & Gold has always been known for their dark denim, but this time around they took a different route. Sophia Kokosalaki–creative director of the brand– explained, “We have a lot of blue denim in Diesel, so it’s not necessary to go down this way—everybody knows we have this” (Style.com). She always said the color palette they used were inspired by the desert. The wide variety of neutrals, soft greens, peaches, and browns complement each other very well. Their runway looks included a lot of denim of course, but instead they used lighter washes mixed with lighter colored jackets, and even leather pieces. Overall, the new Spring 2011 collection encompasses lighter hues that are more suitable for spring wear. Men, invest in lighter shades of denim like light gray, khaki, and olive green. Pair these jeans with colored leather jackets, henley tees, collared shirts, and vests for the layering technique. Make sure to keep the colors in the same color family.
Not sure what jeans to get? Check out these light gray jeans from 7 For All Mankind, these brown jeans from Adriano Goldschmied, and these gray jeans from Private Stock and MEK. We have a wide variety of denim in many different shades. Visit DJPremium.com now to update your new Diesel Black Gold inspired wardrobe. See below for the runway looks, jeans and other items that can work for Spring.
This amazing William Rast motorcycle jacket came in our office last week and I immediately fell in love. The mix of leather and twill make for a very edgy yet relaxed feel. You can dress it up like a rocker chick with a fun party dress and heels, or relax the look with skinny jeans, a loose neutral top, and dark wedges. When I styled this jacket, I went with a more casual look and paired the jacket with Siwy skinny jeans with a gray wash, a baggy tee by Sauce, and fun caged wedge heels. Check out how to transform this jacket from the runway, to REALway:
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