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09/08/2017

Kiana Valenciano’s Outfit

Kimonos to Cop Inspired by Kiana Valenciano’s Outfit

A kimono is a very versatile outerwear piece. You can wear it on a night out or even at the beach. There are denim and velvet ones you can get if you need more warmth. You can also pick chambray and silk ones as a light cover-up.

While on a trip to Tagaytay, Kiana Valenciano chose a handwoven kimono from PioPio to keep her warm. She paired with a white T-shirt and shorts for a casual look. We’ve put together a list of kimonos you can cop now inspired by Kiana’s blue and white piece.

Topshop Velvet Wrap Kimono Jacket

Velvet is still a trend in the fashion world so grab a kimono that flaunts that fabric. This one from Topshop comes in a mint color and has a waist tie so you can wear it closed. If you want to wear a head to toe velvet look, these have matching shorts too.

Mango Floral Denim Kimono

If your current favorite jacket is denim, go for this floral denim kimono. It is a medium wash with long sleeves. It has two chest pockets and two side pockets, enough space for all your valuables.

Casa Nata Kimono Jacket

A black outerwear piece is an essential for everyone’s closet. This kimono is made of stretch cotton and has a structured silhouette. Pair this with jeans for a casual look or a dress for a more formal outfit.

Zara Shiny Silk Jacquard Kimono

If you’re into shiny, gold clothing, add this kimono to your shopping cart. It is made of slik and has a tuxedo lapel collar and cuffs made of a fur-like material. It also features two front pockets and a fabric belt.

River Island Tiered Broderie Kimono

A kimono also works great as a beach cover up. This chambray kimono is lightweight, so you can wear this at the beach without feeling too hot. It also has scallop edges and white details, giving it a feminine look.

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07/08/2017

Crimped Hair

From poodle perms to monstrous mullets, the Eighties were rarely considered revolutionary in the hairstyle stakes, but there’s one retro style that’s unexpectedly rearing its crinkle-cut head once again – the crimp.

A look that’s attempted to break into the mainstream pretty much every decade since – think Britney and Christina Aguilera circa 2000 – here we are, in 2017, and crimped hair is officially back in vogue.

More relevant than ever, the hairstyle is infiltrating our Insta feeds and the runways with Gucci kickstarting the trend late last year with models flaunting their larger-than-life crimped dos.

Fast forward and the look has really taken off in the fashion world with hair at Marc Jacobs drawing inspiration straight from the 1980s, with fantastically dramatic height, while Adam Selman crimped and gathered his models’ locks into a bun. But, this isn’t a look reserved only for high fashion. Oh no, because GHD – arguably the most influential haircare brand on the planet – is launching its very own crimping tool. Enter, the GHD Contour.

In line with this season’s obsession with texture and 1980s-inspired looks, the brand is introducing the limited edition tool as part of the GHD nocturne collection and will be available for AW17 only.

“Texture and crimping is definitely back, but not as you know it,” says Adam Reed, GHD global ambassador.

“It’s now a lot softer and more subtle than it used to be, and it’s certainly more wearable.

“Crimping is a session stylist’s secret to creating incredible volume and big hair. We all carry a crimper in our kit as they’re incredible for adding volume and texture, so I’m thrilled to be involved in creating this new super tool for GHD!”

The Contour, just like the brand’s other tools, will feature advanced ceramic heat technology and multi-dimensional plates that will help you instantly add depth, volume and shape to any look.

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04/08/2017

Lily Kwong's Living Botanical Installation in L.A.

Inside Floral Architect Lily Kwong's Living Botanical Installation in L.A.

Fresh off its New York City launch last month, model turned floral architect Lily Kwong's botanical installation in collaboration with St-Germain liqueur landed in Los Angeles for a one-night-only visual experience Wednesday at the legendary Houdini Estate in the Hollywood Hills. A mix of L.A.'s cool kids — Olivia Culpo, Dita Von Tease, stylist Johnny Wujek, Cleo Wade and Michelle Trachtenberg — were on the scene, while D.J. Chelsea Leyland spun some tunes.

The floral architect's vision was to cultivate an immersive discovery experience for modern "bon vivants." Says Kwong: "I was deeply inspired by the project site. I wanted to layer the landscape with dynamic performances and art pieces ranging from dance to archival 'magic' projected films to a sound installation featuring sacred tones."

The visual experience featured elements of magical realism and illusions; magicians, a performance by art organization No)one. Art House, improvisational sound art by Patrick Belaga and Celtic tarot reading were enjoyed by guests throughout the five-acre property. Vintage black-and-white films were projected in gazebos, and the creation of a "Light Maison," made out of projected lights and hanging flowers, was a highlight among guests who flocked to snap photos.

"Lily's take for L.A. includes discovery moments throughout the estate that still has caves, hidden tunnels, and terraced gardens," says St-Germain brand ambassador Camille Ralph Vidal. "Her romantic-yet-whimsical journey celebrates the joyful decadence of summer indulgence, with an opportunity for guests to enjoy a rare fleeting moment of exuberance in the spirit of 1920s années folles."

Following the event, all florals were donated to 14th Factory Gallery in downtown Los Angeles to accompany the "Garlands" installation's disassembly, creating a one-day pop-up floral shop experience, where flowers will be gifted to the community of Lincoln Heights and greater Los Angeles.

To experience the over-the-top glamor of the event yourself, scroll through photos below of the insanely gorgeous event.

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