7 CHIC LOOKS FROM THE ROW’S RESORT 2017 COLLECTION

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The Row Nori Boucle Double-Breasted-Jacket, Beca Crop Flared Pants, Two For One 12 Python Pouch and Alin Snakeskin Loafers
Suit up in flares – The Row Nori Boucle Double-Breasted-Jacket, Beca Crop Flared Pants, Two For One 12 Python Pouch and Alin Snakeskin Loafers

Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen’s The Row gets a modern update for the resort 2017 season. With a new lookbook that arrived at Barneys, model Missy Rayder poses in the label’s new arrivals. From flared trousers to slip dresses and knit sweaters, these pieces feature elevated everyday essentials. A color palette of soft neutrals serves as the perfect complement for the new season. Finishing the look, The Row offers up leather pouches, sling-back pumps and loafers.

THE ROW RESORT 2017 COLLECTION AT BARNEYS

The Row Santi Silk Slip Dress, Sidney Garber Perfect Round Large Hoop Earrings and Market Bag
Embrace the slip dress trend – The Row Santi Silk Slip Dress and Market Bag. Sidney Garber Perfect Round Large Hoop Earrings.
The Row Two For One 12 Python Pouch
Hold your essentials in a sleek pouch – The Row Two For One 12 Python Pouch
The Row Camil Suede Slingback Pumps
These pumps are office-ready – The Row Camil Suede Slingback Pumps
The Row Tallo Poplin Lace-Up Top, Beca Suede Flared Pants and Camil Suede Slingback Pumps
Casual gets luxe – The Row Tallo Poplin Lace-Up Top, Beca Suede Flared Pants and Camil Suede Slingback Pumps
The Row Stretton Striped Cashmere-Silk Sweater, Blake Crop Pants and Cory Suede & Mink Loafers. Sidney Garber Perfect Round Large Hoop Earrings.
A striped sweater is a wardrobe essential – The Row Stretton Striped Cashmere-Silk Sweater, Blake Crop Pants and Cory Suede & Mink Loafers. Sidney Garber Perfect Round Large Hoop Earrings.
The Row Agneta Rib-Knit Off-the-Shoulder Sweater and Lala Striped Silk Pants. Sidney Garber Ball-Dop Earrings.
Flaunt some shoulder in this look – The Row Agneta Rib-Knit Off-the-Shoulder Sweater and Lala Striped Silk Pants. Sidney Garber Ball-Dop Earrings.
The Row Medicine Large Pouch
This pouch features pearl embellishments – The Row Medicine Large Pouch
The Row Mendoa Patent Leather Coat, Lao Wool Crepe Dress and Noelle Loafers
We love this little black dress – The Row Mendoa Patent Leather Coat, Lao Wool Crepe Dress and Noelle Loafers
The Row Quipton Quilted Leather Jacket, Streb Striped Georgette Maxi Dress and Noelle Loafers
A maxi dress has the perfect slouchy shape – The Row Quipton Quilted Leather Jacket, Streb Striped Georgette Maxi Dress and Noelle Loafers

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ANNA EWERS TAKES ON MILITARY INSPIRED LOOKS FOR VOGUE PARIS

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Anna Ewers on Vogue Paris February 2017 Cover
Anna Ewers on Vogue Paris February 2017 Cover

Top model Anna Ewers gets windswept on the February 2017 cover of Vogue Paris. Photographed by David Sims, the blonde beauty wears a neutral look from Loewe including an oversized coat, crop top and pants. Inside the issue, the German model serves up military inspired fashions. Editor-in-chief Emmanuelle Alt styles Anna in a mix of camouflage prints, khaki separates and oversized trench coats. The face of Versace sports minimal makeup and hair for the studio shoot. Anna stands out in the designs of Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors Collection, Stella McCartney and more.

EDITORIAL: ANNA EWERS STARS IN VOGUE PARIS FEBRUARY 2017 COVER STORY

Model Anna Ewers poses in military inspired fashions for the editorial
Model Anna Ewers poses in military inspired fashions for the editorial
Anna Ewers wears Max Mara patchwork sweater with Stella McCartney suede pants
Anna Ewers wears Max Mara patchwork sweater with Stella McCartney suede pants
Layering up, Anna Ewers model Balenciaga vest, hat and leather leg straps
Layering up, Anna Ewers models Balenciaga vest, hat and leather leg straps
Model Anna Ewers wears Michael Kors Collection trench coat with Isabel Marant Etoile top
Model Anna Ewers wears Michael Kors Collection trench coat with Isabel Marant Etoile top
Model Anna Ewers wears Valentino coat, Dries Van Noten sweatshirt and Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini short
Model Anna Ewers models Valentino coat, Dries Van Noten sweatshirt and Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini short
Anna Ewers strikes a pose in Burberry trench coat
Anna Ewers strikes a pose in Burberry trench coat
 Embracing neutrals, Anna Ewers wears Loewe jacket, top and pants with JPlus sunglasses
Embracing neutrals, Anna Ewers wears Loewe jacket, top and pants with JPlus sunglasses
Getting her closeup, Anna Ewers wears Marc Jacobs oversized jacket
Getting her closeup, Anna Ewers wears Marc Jacobs oversized jacket

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EDITORIAL ROOM: Exclusive Interview With BAZAAR Serbia EIC PETAR JANOSEVIC

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For the latest issue of DESIGN SCENE magazine we discuss the growing role of the internationally licenced magazines with Editor In Chief of Harper’s Bazaar SerbiaPETAR JANOSEVIC. Petar, sits down for an interview with our EIC ZARKO DAVINIC to talk beginnings, challenges he faced while establishing The Serbian edition of BAZAAR and the role of Carine Roitfeld.

Hedvig Palm for Harper’s Bazaar Serbia February 2017 Issue

What or who inspired you to go into fashion?
Prior to Harper’s I was involved with L’Officiel and Cosmopolitan so I can say I was always surrounded by print media and fashion, even though my education was in a completely different field. There is a certain dynamic which comes with working in the media business that I have always liked.

What was the process of establishing a presence of a renowned magazine such as Harper’s Bazaar in Serbia? What were the biggest challenges of starting the title from scratch?
Harper’s BAZAAR is the oldest fashion publication in the world with incredible history. So we did not approach it lightly. Months of research was done in order for our team to get to know the essence and the spirit of the brand. As time went by we grew more and more confident and were able to make it our own.

Tell me about some of your highlights since the launch of HB Serbia.
Probably the biggest recognition is when an international publication acknowledges your work. Both of our anniversary cover stories were reprinted by other Harper’s Bazaar magazines, as did our Beauty cover with the iconic Crystal Renn. Chanel Iman editorial inspired by Prince was an amazing experience. We had an exclusive opportunity to interview Rick Owens and Jean Paul Gaultier. I am happy to say there are more and more highlights.

What are your views on Serbian fashion and how does the fashion scene in Serbia and the region measure up compared to the international playing field?
There is a matter of scale obviously. We are a very small market and fashion in its true self is quite new to us. However some of the most famous fashion brands in the world are present in Serbia, meaning there is a market for it. In terms of know-how we have amazing people who are very skilled when it comes to the garment production. However, where we are lacking, in my opinion is in the skill set to brand our product the right way and market it. Sadly lack of resources means that designers are not able to realise their own vision. But things are starting to change. Change is happening slowly and designers have to be persistent in order to get their point across.

Chanel Iman by Joshua Jordan for Harper’s Bazaar Serbia, photo Joshua Jordan

Which Serbian designers you believe could stand out on the global fashion scene? Any we should keep an eye on?
Marko Mitanovski has a very dark but glamorous aesthetic which has already made him a household name, Tamara Radivojević has a very strong approach to fashion with her tailoring and structured pieces. Ines Janković probably has the most developed business sense out of all of the designers in the region and she knows how to combine the creative and the business aspect of fashion. Those are the individuals that I would say have the qualities that would make them stand out.

Do you also see HB as playing a role in educating consumers about international fashion?
Absolutely! And that is the biggest asset of our magazine. We are presenting a certain point of view and a different perspective on looking at fashion. For a magazine like Harper’s their global audience are women who are working, they are well educated, independent and to them fashion is an extension of their own sense of self.

What are your views on unisex fashion?
There are certain staples of clothing that represent good taste no matter what the sex is. There is more and more fashion brands that introduce the unisex capsule collections in order for both sexes to enjoy their aesthetic equally. There are certain fabrics and ways of cutting the fabric, certain shapes that suit both sexes equally well. But still certain items should remain true to its own gender.

How does the role of Carine Roitfeld as the HB Global Fashion Director play part in the Serbian edition?
Carine is one of the most revered people in the world on fashion and she is seen as a visionary. For HB she creates 3 stories a year (every March, September and December) that every HB publication includes in their issue. She was chosen as an editor who has a vision to combine the latest fashion trend with the tendencies that are happening in our society as a whole.

Crystal Renn for Harper’s Bazaar Serbia by Choi Yong Bin

How would you compare the Serbian edition to other international editions of Bazaar?
I have to say that I have the joy of working with an amazing group of people who are incredibly ambitious and forward thinking. With every edition we are trying to raise the bar in terms of the quality of content and aesthetic. I have to say that we have made the magazine our own. We are confident and the final result is as just as good as other international publications that hold the same name.

Do you feel that celebrity culture plays a pivotal role in today’s fashion industry?
It all depends on the market. The United States is an example of an incredibly commercial market and if you look at all the major fashion magazines in USA you will see that all of the covers are celebrities, not models. Situation in Europe is slightly different – fashion magazines are reserved for models. I believe that celebrity culture is not pivotal, but important and it cannot be ignored.

What do you look for in a girl when casting for your next cover shoot? Also do you prefer a celebrity or a model on your cover?
I personally think that covers should include both models and celebrities. Models represent fashion and celebrities a point in time and cultural zeitgeist. Both parts of the dialogue must be included in the fashion story. The only celerity that we featured on our cover if we don’t include foreign covers that we reprinted is Ana Ivanović. She is the embodiment of a young modern woman who is a professional in what she does, she is incredibly kind and approachable, a hard working individual who has become a worldwide known name. Plus she loves fashion. In terms of models, what we want is diversity and different types of beauty to show that female beauty has many different forms.

Do you think that the rise of digital press will ever leave print publication redundant?
Print may diminish in size but it will still be present. There is a big competition so the only thing a magazine can do is be as special as it can be.

What does the future hold for you and HB Serbia?
We have already started working on projects for the next year. I have to say that we are very excited for the future.

For more of Bazaar Serbia follow @harpersbazaarserbia, while for behind the scenes of Petar’s work you can follow him @petarjanosevic

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NASTY GAL’S BLACK FRIDAY SALE STARTS EARLY!

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Discover Nasty Gal's 2016 Black Friday sale
Discover Nasty Gal’s 2017 Black Friday sale

Bet on all black with Nasty Gal’s 2017 Black Friday sale. The fashion retailer is offering 30% off on select black styles from today. From dresses to bags to shoes to accessories and more, get ready to close out the season in style. And want even more savings? From November 25th to 26th, take an additional 30% off on all sale items.

Motel Crash the Bash Sequin Dress $88.00 (before discount)
Motel Crash the Bash Sequin Dress
Nasty Gal Charli Satin Midi Dress $88.00 (before discount)
Nasty Gal Charli Satin Midi Dress
Nasty Gal Charlotte Plunging Midi Dress $98.00 (before discount)
Nasty Gal Charlotte Plunging Midi Dress
Nasty Gal Collection Dancing Out in Space Beaded Maxi Dress $298.00 (before discount)
Nasty Gal Collection Dancing Out in Space Beaded Maxi Dress
Nasty Gal Public Display Asymmetric Dress $68.00 (before discount)
Nasty Gal Public Display Asymmetric Dress

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CAMILLA BELLE WEARS GLAMOROUS STYLE FOR HELLO! FASHION

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Camilla Belle on Hello! Fashion November 2016 Cover
Camilla Belle on Hello! Fashion November 2017 Cover

Actress Camilla Belle graces the November 2017 cover of Hello! Fashion. Photographed by Carla Guler, the brunette stunner wears a white Chanel lace dress. For the accompanying spread, Camilla poses in elegant looks from the fall collections. Stylist Jennifer Michalski-Bray selects a mix of embroidered dresses, delicate lace and sequined embellishments. For beauty, Gio Campora worked on hair with Mai Quynh on makeup.


Camilla Belle poses in purple dress
Camilla Belle poses in purple dress

CAMILLA BELLE ON NOT DATING CO-STARS

In her interview, Camilla Belle talks about why she doesn’t date co-stars. “To date on set is an absolute mess. It’s so easy – you can be in a really romantic place and maybe your co-star happens to be good looking and you have chemistry and you’re staying at the same hotel and go out to dinner… And then, when you get back home, do you continue? I avoid it. I do my work and leave. If something develops afterwards, that’s a different story.”

Actress Camilla Belle wears Fendi embroidered and gold dresses with Alexandre Birman heels
Actress Camilla Belle wears Fendi embroidered and gold dresses with Alexandre Birman heels
Actress Camilla Belle wears red lace jumpsuit
Actress Camilla Belle wears red lace jumpsuit
Wearing a cape and black lace dress, Camilla Belle poses in a chic look
Wearing a cape and black lace dress, Camilla Belle poses in a chic look
Posing on a bed, Camilla Belle wears a sequined dress
Posing on a bed, Camilla Belle wears a sequined dress

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LUISA BIANCHIN HITS THE SLOPES IN STYLE FOR HARPER’S BAZAAR CZECH

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Luisa Bianchin on Harper's Bazaar Czech November 2016 Cover
Luisa Bianchin on Harper’s Bazaar Czech November 2016 Cover

Luisa Bianchin is ready for snow season on the November 2016 cover of Harper’s Bazaar Czech. Clad in a striped ensemble, the redhead model poses against a wintry backdrop in the Andreas Ortner-lensed image. Inside the magazine, Luisa hits the slopes in bundled up looks with sleek silhouettes. Fashion editor Lucie Janatova and stylist Martina Gvizdova pick out a wardrobe of quilted jackets, fur coats and cozy turtlenecks. Adriana Bartosova worked on hair and makeup for the shoot.

EDITORIAL: LUISA BIANCHIN MODELS WINTER FASHION FOR HARPER’S BAZAAR CZECH

Posing in the snow, Luisa Bianchin models winter fashion for the editorial
Posing in the snow, Luisa Bianchin models winter fashion for the editorial
Luisa Bianchin models blue fur coat
Luisa Bianchin models blue fur coat
Wearing ski googles, Luisa Bianchin poses in color-blocked sweater
Wearing ski googles, Luisa Bianchin poses in color-blocked sweater
Luisa Bianchin wears an asymmetrical look while on the slopes
Luisa Bianchin wears an asymmetrical look while on the slopes
The redhead model cozies up in a knit piece
The redhead model cozies up in a knit piece
The model wears a white jacket with embellished dress
The model wears a white jacket with embellished dress
Luisa Bianchin models multicolored dress with lace-up booties
Luisa Bianchin models multicolored dress with lace-up booties

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