The fall season truly is an amazing season when it comes to fashion. It’s cold outside and all you want to do is bundle up, layer on and in turn you look effortlessly chic. There is something to be said about a monochromatic look, whether it’s an all-grey, all-brown or all-black outfit. It’s the perfect way to look sophisticated for the season with minimal effort and major ease. So go ahead, take the leap and try some head-to-toe looks. Fall neutrals are totally in and it’s time to have a little fun.
As part of our Taking The World By Style campaign, we’re bringing you a Q&A with Instagram fashionista Yonah Kalfa, who modeled for us in Paris. Yonah, who gets most of her inspiration from celebrities and famous bloggers, is a model and fitness lover who classifies her style as urban sexy. Read the full interview below!
We’re down to our final four contestants! It’s been a long ride for our Project Runway designers and it’s hard to believe that we’re only a couple episodes away from finding out who the season 14 winner will be.
If you’re anything like me, you’re probably stuck in a hair rut and called out an SOS to save you from hair boredom. Luckily, a new season brings a wave of new hair trends for you to try out and I was curious enough to try one.
This season, JustFab is going global with looks inspired by everything that’s Parisian. So, it got me thinking, what are some of the must-have looks that I’d sport around the streets of Paris? Currently I love the different ways you can wear pants. Whether it’s a studded skinny jean or a relaxed pant, you can dress them up or down depending on what the event is.
I wouldn’t consider myself a follower but when it comes to fashion I do like to draw inspiration from my favorite celebs at the moment. Although I live for the beautiful Balmain patterns and the breathtaking Hermes bags, I just don’t have the bank account for it. So, what better way to stay on trend (and on budget) than to do my own more affordable rendition of celebrity looks. Get excited because this is Celeb Looks For Less.
Let the chic city lights of Paris guide you this season with these haute styles in our latest collection! Taking the season by storm never felt better.
This week on Project Runway, the remaining contestants were split into two teams. Each team was asked to create designs inspired by New York City bridges and come up with Avant-garde looks, while incorporating 3D design elements. Sounds tough, right?