Here are some more of our ‘Body Con Dresses’ to take your fancy…….
Here are some more of our ‘Body Con Dresses’ to take your fancy…….
Here are some more of our ‘Little Black Dresses’ to take your fancy…….
Street artist Gregory Siff is collaborating with Helmut Lang to help LA based charity Angel Food Project, which helps those with HIV/AIDS, cancer, diabetes and other life threatening diseases. Helmut Lang is producing 21 limited edition Tshirts with Gregory Siff painted prints to raise money and awareness for the charity.
To promote the event, Gregory Siff painted on the windows of the new Helmut Lang flagship store on Melrose Avenue, LA. “Using the city as a canvas, Siff painted against the Melrose street sign, the Marc Jacobs advertisement in the distance, the palm trees that lined the Hollywood hills and the bodies of pedestrians whose figures reflected in the glass.” Installation Magazine
Check out the video and images below of the artist in progress….. Alternatively click here to shop Helmut Lang.
Alexander Wang mixed things up once again, playing with the concepts of street/sportswear with a city sleek look, by incorporating elements of mens boxer shorts on skirts, white collared pinstripe shirts and trench coat detailing. It had the nineties vibe with denim jackets, logos like ‘Parental Advisory Explicit Content’, focusing on branding by incorporating Alexander Wang on waistbands and of course embracing the midriff!
Jil Sander Navy looked fresh and crisp for SS14, with a hint of Hawaiian print, a fusion of pastel shades in blue, aqua yellow and pink in light knits and cottons. Classic simple look with straight leg trousers, high round necklines and a slightly oversized short sleeves on shirts and blouses. Perfect summer work wardrobe!
Helmut Lang took its usual dark tone with a monotone palette (even though they did throw in a little bit of pink mid way through), experimenting with layers/paneling of sheers, appliques combined with asymmetric leather pieces. The couple focused on straight lines and a clean finish which was inspired by artist, Wade Guyton’s canvasses. It may be dark but it definitely feels light…..
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To help give you inspiration with your transitional looks, here are some of our outfits to show how you can reinvent pieces in your wardrobe from summer, autumn and right through to winter…. Don’t forget to enter into our Facebook competition with you transitional styling pictures to be in with a chance to win a Mary Katrantzou clutch! Click the links below to shop the pieces and get creative……
(Left) 1. Helmut Lang Leather Jacket – 2. Linda Farrow Luxe Sunglasses – 3. Goti Gold Chain Necklace – 4. Alexander Wang Clutch (Right) 1. Ann Demeulemeester Double Breasted Coat – 2. Markus Lupfer Beanie Hat - 3. Dr Martens Boots – 4. J.W. Anderson Check Sweater
(Left) 1. Helmut Lang Waistcoat – 2. Mawi Drop Earrings – 3. Alexander McQueen Studded Skull Clutch – 4. Mary Katrantzou Printed Skirt (Right) 1. Drome Bi Colour Shearling Coat – 2. Sofie D’Hoore Sweater – 3. Dr Martens Lace Up Shoe - 4. Etro Jacquard Trousers
(Left) 1. Mawi Necklace – 2. Sofie D’Hoore Straight Leg Trousers – 3. Alexander Wang Embossed Leather Bag - 4. Alexander McQueen Leopard Print Slippers (Right) 1. Haider Ackermann Jacquard Blazer – 2. Vince Leather Leggings – 3. Sofie D’Hoore Shirt – 4. Ann Demeulemeester Silver Leather Boots
(Left) 1. J.W. Anderson Jacket – 2. Etro Paisley Scarf – 3. Candice Cooper Trainers – 4. T By Alexander Wang Striped T-Shirt (Right) 1. Carven Striped Sweater – 2. CA4LA Bear Hat – 3. Alexander Wang Bucket Bag – 4. Alexander Wang Wool Coat
Attention All! Sale is finally here for SS13 and below we have picked our Top 10 favourite pieces! Take a look and click here to peruse our sale here…..
1. Peter Pilotto Printed Jacket – 2. Theysken’s Theory Silk Tee – 3. Mary Katrantzou Printed Bustier Dress – 4. Faliero Sarti Scarf – 5. Haider Ackermann Pleated Skirt – 6. Helmut Lang Waxed Jeans – 7. J.W. Anderson Check Sweater – 8. Carven Ruched Dress – 9. Jil Sander Cashmere Coat – 10. Toga Heel Sandal
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Welcome to the Leather Edition! If you are not signed up to our newsletter already, then sign up now! This blog post shows the kind of content you will receive as well as a great edited selection of new arrivals that will keep you on trend. We do all the hard work for you, providing the best edit of amazing clothing/accessories and advice for your wardrobes. Whether its a jacket, trousers, shorts or waistcoat, here at Feather’s we are here to help get the most out of your leather pieces, or help inspire you to add a leather addition to your wardrobe. Check out our tips below…. and happy shopping!
Helmut by Helmut Lang is the ultimate range of luxe basic staples for every woman’s wardrobe. Ever piece has the ability to be layered, dressed up or dressed down, worn with the ultimate comfort yet look super edgy & cool! Here at feathers we are in love with the brand and this season’s collection and hope you are too. Take a look at some of our favourite pieces or go straight to shopping Helmut on our website by clicking here!
Here are our picks from all the collections showing on the 8th February….. let us know what you think!
Taking inspiration from the Guggenheim’s Picasso exhibition ‘Black & White’, Michael & Nicole Colovos incorporate cubism within striking geometric prints, a ‘sharp slouch’ silhouette and block colour construction. Leather, felt and silk were paired together to update the winter staples of coats and jackets into slightly futuristic attire. Hints of embellishment on tops & dresses continue the graphic print theme in a subtle and sophisticated manner complimenting the metallic shimmers of silver & pale gold dotted throughout the collection.
A sense of ease is reminiscent throughout Azrouël’s collection, with simple but strong looks of close fitted tailoring and form defiant dresses. Warm hues of petrol blue, aubergine / burgundy & tan break up the usual black common in autumn/winter shows. Clever use of textures such as jacquards, mottled knits, fur trim & felted wools bring an opulence to a working woman’s wardrobe. A sense of utilitarian function sweeps through the sophisticated outfits with details like zip fastenings on the legs of tapered trousers and drawstring toggles on parker style jackets.
Jason Wu succeeds again in producing a high class collection and the ability to make women look feminine, sexy, and powerful all at the same time, exactly the reason why Wu called this show ‘Extreme Femininity’. A glamorous selection of crisp white shirts, fur trim jackets, A line pleated skirts and silk chiffon sweeping dresses. The signature throughout the collection was the cinched in waist created either as an inbuilt waistband or accesorised with black leather belts. Flashes of bright red, tan and finally vivid blue turn any girl into a vamp of a woman…. a collection only suitable for grown ups!
Chadwick Bell is all about making a statement this season with his interpretation of a sixities mod style incorporating oversized chunky jellewery, exaggertaed silhouttes and colour combinations of tangerine orange, forest green, mustard yellow and touches of leopard print. The rounded dropped shoulder in his dresses, knitwear and jackets create a fluidty in conjunction with the sharp colour blocking and overbaring accessories. Although this collection has an ease, it also has a strong richness to it, not only through the colour palette but the array of fabrics used, for instance: velvet, shantung silk, suede, lurex jacquards & cashmere.
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With the upcoming film release of ‘Gangster Squad’ we thought we would take a closer look at the wardrobe of Emma Stone from casual to evening wear. Have a look to see what it takes to recreate her look…..