Kiara Advani shows us how to style wide leg pants in 6 different ways

The fashion world has been flourishing with every passing day. From one trend to another, it just does not seem to stop. However, the wide-leg pants trend has been around for a while now and it looks like it’s here to stay. We can now officially say goodbye to skinny jeans and hello to these much more comfortable and stylish pairs of bottoms. This flattering and fun trend has made a major comeback for everyday wear, evening wear, and even for work wear. Wide-leg pants actually lengthen legs and accentuate the waistline, creating an incredibly flattering silhouette for every body type. Here, we have the very stunning Kiara Advani showing us how to style them in six different ways. 

   

Go Classic With Denim

 


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Kiara Advani brought in a little bit of retroness with this denim jumpsuit. The alluring jumpsuit featured a wide-leg bottom and a front

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Digital Runway Shows Putting a Premium on Model Performers

No seat assignment, no problem. In the digital fashion era, watching runway collections is as easy as channel surfing (sofa and sweats, optional).

On Tuesday, Stuart Vevers is taking the concept literally, premiering a TV-themed “Coach Forever” fall collection with an all-star cast that includes Jennifer Lopez, Michael B. Jordan, Megan Thee Stallion, Kaia Gerber, Hari Nef, TikTokker Wisdom Kaye, musician Jon Batiste and more in short videos that will channel surf genres and references to Coach’s pop culture history.

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“To make images and film come alive you need personality and character, it’s not just about recording the look, it’s about bringing the attitude,” said Vevers.

The pandemic shift to digital fashion shows has put a premium on models who are personalities and performers (hello, Ella Emhoff at Proenza Schouler), harking back to Halston’s 1970s heyday, when he used Andy Warhol star Pat Ast

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Copenhagen Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2021 Shows

It is weird to think that it has been a year since COVID-19 dramatically changed our lives, and looking back, physical fashion shows seem to be a thing of the past. As fashion month kicks off in Copenhagen, labels have all been forced to go digital, showcasing their upcoming Fall/Winter 2021 collections through video, photography and other mediums.

Copenhagen Fashion Week has just come to a close, and in case you missed it, we’ve compiled a selection of shows to look back on. With collections from GANNI, Holzweiler, Baum Und Pferdgarten and more, CPHFW proved that not even a pandemic will stop the Danish labels from creating magic.

Take a look at our favorite shows below, and stay tuned as Stockholm Fashion Week kicks off.

ROTATE Birger Christensen

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Woman shows off B&M haul so big it filled FOUR trolleys (& there’s some essential cleaning sprays buried at the bottom)

WE’VE all popped out for a pint of milk or a pair of socks, only to return home hours later laden with shopping bags. 

You get distracted by offers, sale items and must-have goodies when wandering the aisles – particularly in B&M. 

A woman revealed she popped into B&M for some cleaning products

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A woman revealed she popped into B&M for some cleaning products

The department store is infamous for seeing shoppers nip in for one item, then leave with half the shop in their trolley. 

And that’s exactly what happened to one woman, who popped into her local B&M for cleaning supplies – and walked out with four trolley’s worth of stock. 

The woman went shopping with her mum, who filmed her mountain of goodies in the carpark. 

Her mum shared the clip to TikTok, saying: “When you go shopping to B&M with your shopaholic daughter.”

She ended up coming out with four trolley's worth of items

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She ended up coming out with four trolley’s worth of items
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