The most famous French Film Festival taking place on the French Riviera’s city of Cannes sees every year, alongside award and directors, stunning looks on its red carpet. But this year we couldn’t help at noticing the over presence of tulle gowns. Next trend? Or passing through obsession? In both cases, the unique effect of this fabric (allegedly originated from the south of France too) gave the best looks of the evenings leaving us with the sensation of floating gowns across the red carpet.
Capture Models team is taking a look back at the best tulle looks of the week.
What do you think of those looks?
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It seems like designers all agree this time and from runways to prêt-à-porter collections, yellow is THE trend of the Spring 2019.
In order, form left to right: Jacquemus, Balenciaga, Marc Jacobs, Brandon Maxwell, Carolina Herrera, Max Mara, Etro, Givenchy, Oscar de la Renta.
The bright color makes its big breakthrough and is a must-have of this spring. You can bet on summer dresses, blouses, shoes or other accessories to brighten up your wardrobe.
However, wearing yellow can be challenging. You have to be careful matching the right shade of yellow with your skin tone and hair color. For instance, if you are rather light-skinned with blond hair, you might want to go for a pale or pastel yellow while if you have dark hair and a rather dark skin, go for a sunny yellow or saffron!
The advantage of yellow is that you can basically wear it everywhere, from a casual street style with a matching pair of mom jeans for example to a classy yellow blazers with killer heels.
Not sure how to start wearing yellow? Our advice is to start small with accessories adding a nice color touch to your outfit, then when you feel more comfortable you can start wearing bigger yellow pieces and even go for the full yellow look.
Eventually you will enjoy matching different colors from your wardrobe Want to go for a more dramatic look? choose black sunglasses and accessories. Feeling more like summer vibes? You can match a yellow outfit with colorful accessories from classy pink to bohemian chic accessories.
In the end, yellow is the perfect color to go from casual to formal and to get ready for the summer by wearing a piece of sunshine with you.
With the 2019 MET Gala which took place in New York City two days ago, we were all kept at the edge of our seat, waiting for celebrities to amaze us with their best looks. This fundraising event, taking place annually every first Monday of May and benefiting the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute, marks the launch of the new Costumes exhibit for the museum. This year’s theme “Camp: Notes on Fashion” is a perfect opportunity to ask ourselves, What is Camp fashion?
Susan Sontag’s 1964 essay defines Camp as “love of the unnatural: of artifice and exaggeration.” She is one of the first to have actually taken camp mainstream, but this art is still hard to define today!
Highly subjective and close to impossible to describe, Camp is said to be rooted in the LGBTQ community, and was for a long time marginal only to recently become more and more influent on mainstream culture. It is based on extravagance and is often described as an over-the-top fashion but the fact to have a whole exhibit on Camp art may be the best proof of its growing presence.
So… want to rock a Camp look? Just go extra!
In the end Camp is also about self-expression and escapism through fun fashion.
Maybe Camp is hard to define because it is not meant to be defined but rather experienced? Either way, the exhibit opens to the public this Thursday at the MET museum.
And we gathered here the best (and craziest) looks of the 2019 MET Gala, enjoy Camp!