Will.i.am wears Black Eyewear’s Courtney black framed glasses. Each Black Eyewear style has been dedicated to a jazz musician and these glasses are named after the famous British jazz musician, Courtney Pine.

Will.i.am wears Black Eyewear’s Courtney black framed glasses. Each Black Eyewear style has been dedicated to a jazz musician and these glasses are named after the famous British jazz musician, Courtney Pine.

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99%IS at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Tokyo

99%IS at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Tokyo

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LYN is a crochet/knitwear brand by Jocelyn Picard. Originally from Quebec, LYN is now based in London. Using a collaboration of traditional and contemporary techniques, LYN’s collections seek to escape the boundaries of crochet.

LYN is a crochet/knitwear brand by Jocelyn Picard. Originally from Quebec, LYN is now based in London. Using a collaboration of traditional and contemporary techniques, LYN’s collections seek to escape the boundaries of crochet.

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After a tease of warmer weather this weekend, we are definitely in the mood for some colourful sunnies! Pictured here are the Nina model sunglasses from Black Eyewear.

After a tease of warmer weather this weekend, we are definitely in the mood for some colourful sunnies! Pictured here are the Nina model sunglasses from Black Eyewear.

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A very eccentric type of style could possibly sweep tomorrow’s hipsters off their feet! Photographer Stacy Thiot’s husband’s beard is her newest medium in her series “Will It Beard.”

A very eccentric type of style could possibly sweep tomorrow’s hipsters off their feet! Photographer Stacy Thiot’s husband’s beard is her newest medium in her series “Will It Beard.”

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Lady Gaga wearing Alex Ulichny, a Blow Presents designer.

Lady Gaga wearing Alex Ulichny, a Blow Presents designer.

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Inspiring those of all ages, ‘Advanced Style’ is a book and soon to come documentary by the absolutely fabulous woman Ari Seth Cohen. ‘Advanced Style’ celebrates the fashionable men and women over 60 with images and advice of the most chic older folks on the streets on New York. Proves that fashion really is forever!

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Normcore, a term coined very recently, describes a trend that would rather not be seen as a trend. In a world of over-the-top fashion, normcore creates a different statement in the sense that less is more. The more “normal” something is now, the more it stands out among the self-titled “unique” trends of this time. Almost a revival of the 1990’s, normcore involves a collaboration of the mom/dad jean, corduroy, trainers, and a sense of style that embraces “sameness.”

Normcore, a term coined very recently, describes a trend that would rather not be seen as a trend. In a world of over-the-top fashion, normcore creates a different statement in the sense that less is more. The more “normal” something is now, the more it stands out among the self-titled “unique” trends of this time. Almost a revival of the 1990’s, normcore involves a collaboration of the mom/dad jean, corduroy, trainers, and a sense of style that embraces “sameness.”

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PFW is over, and one of the recurrent themes we saw was mystical fairy-tale. Two of the most memorable would have to be Dolce & Gabbana’s fairy-tale (left) and Alexander McQueen’s eerie and mythical walk in the woods (right)

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Mrs Prada’s redefinition of the usual seems to be a continuing theme in Miu Miu, especially exemplified by the shoes in the A/W 14 collection at Paris Fashion Week.

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