JASMINE TOOKES, JOSEPHINE SKRIVER STAR IN VICTORIA’S SECRET SEXY LITTLE THINGS SHOOT

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Elsa Hosk models Victoria’s Secret Dream Angels Crochet lace Flutter Bralette

Just in time for festival season, Victoria’s Secret launches a brand new collection of sexy bralettes and push-up bras. Called ‘Sexy Little Things’, the range features delicate lace, modern straps and edgy necklines. The official campaign for the lingerie range stars Angels Josephine Skriver, Jasmine Tookes, Taylor Hill and Elsa Hosk. Paired with cut-off denim shorts and crochet coverups, the Angels wow in the chic warm weather looks. Discover more from Victoria’s Secret’s Sexy Little Things line below!

VICTORIA’S SECRET VERY SEXY 2017 CAMPAIGN

Taylor Hill wears Victoria's Secret Front-Close Bralette
Taylor Hill wears Victoria’s Secret Front-Close Bralette
Josephine Skriver wears Victoria's Secret High-Neck Keyhole Bralette and Sexy Shortie
Josephine Skriver wears Victoria’s Secret High-Neck Keyhole Bralette and Sexy Shortie
Jasmine Tookes models Victoria's Secret Front-Close Bralette and Sexy Shortie
Jasmine Tookes models Victoria’s Secret Front-Close Bralette and Sexy Shortie
Jasmine Tookes wears Victoria's Secret Dream Angels Lace Demi Bra
Jasmine Tookes wears Victoria’s Secret Dream Angels Lace Demi Bra
Josephine Skriver models Victoria's Secret Very Sexy Multi-Way Bra
Josephine Skriver models Victoria’s Secret Very Sexy Multi-Way Bra
Jasmine Tookes poses in Victoria's Secret Front-Close Bralette and Sexy Shortie. Josephine Skriver models High-Neck Keyhole Bralette.
Jasmine Tookes poses in Victoria’s Secret Front-Close Bralette and Sexy Shortie. Josephine Skriver models High-Neck Keyhole Bralette.

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The Louis Vuitton x Jeff Koons Bags May Be My Least Favorite Designer Collab Ever

CATEGORIES:Louis Vuitton

WE’RE BETTING YOU’LL ALL HAVE PLENTY TO SAY ABOUT THESE CLASSIC ART-EMBLAZONED BAGS, AS WELL.

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Cartier Icons: A Short History On The Juste un Clou

CATEGORIES:Jewelry & Watches

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If you’ve been an avid reader of Bagaholicboy, Cartier’s iconic Juste un Clouwould be no stranger to you. Thing is, do you know how the humble nail became one of the French luxury house’s signature pieces of jewellery? Well, read on to find out.

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The man who designed Cartier’s LOVE also designed the Juste un Clou, and he was Aldo Cipullo, a jewellery designer who joined the company in 1969. Professing a love for all things bolts, nuts and screws (he even said once the hardware store was his second home), the Juste un Clou was created 3 years later in 1971 and inspired by the humble nail. But in the hands of Aldo Cipullo, the most common of hardware essentials was masterfully turned into something that was (and still is) equal parts desirable and irresistible.

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Cool, edgy and sexy, the Juste un Clou became one of the standout icons of the 1970s, all thanks to Cipullo who had pioneered a new trend in fashion for precious jewellery inspired by modern machines and their parts. The beauty of the Juste un Clou ultimately lies in its wearability; you can wear it with almost anything dressed up or down as you pleased.

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It is also a piece of jewellery that men can pull off, being a piece that’s chunky and sizeable in all the right places. Great for him, and for her, that’s true versatility, and coupled with the fact that it has transcended trends and time, the Juste un Clou is an icon in its own right, and deservedly so.

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GUCCI TAKES TO THE DANCE CLUB WITH PRE-FALL 2017 CAMPAIGN

CATEGORIES:Louis Vuitton

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Gucci’s pre-fall 2017 campaign spotlights a cast of all-black models. Called ‘Soul Scene’, Glen Luchford captures a party of young people at London’s Mildmay Club for the advertisements. Creative director Alessandro Michele found inspiration in a London exhibition called “Made You Look,”, which spotlighted black masculinity and style. Influence was also found in the 1960’s music movement called Northern Soul. The campaign images capture a lively scene full of dancing and models posing in vibrant looks. The pre-fall collection’s statement bags and fashions stand out complete with reptiles as accessories. Discover more from Gucci’s pre-fall 2017 advertisements below.


GUCCI PRE-FALL 2017 CAMPAIGN

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GUCCI TAKES TO THE DANCE CLUB WITH PRE-FALL 2017 CAMPAIGN

CATEGORIES:Fashion

Gucci unveils pre-fall 2017 campaign
Gucci unveils pre-fall 2017 campaign

Gucci’s pre-fall 2017 campaign spotlights a cast of all-black models. Called ‘Soul Scene’, Glen Luchford captures a party of young people at London’s Mildmay Club for the advertisements. Creative director Alessandro Michele found inspiration in a London exhibition called “Made You Look,”, which spotlighted black masculinity and style. Influence was also found in the 1960’s music movement called Northern Soul. The campaign images capture a lively scene full of dancing and models posing in vibrant looks. The pre-fall collection’s statement bags and fashions stand out complete with reptiles as accessories. Discover more from Gucci’s pre-fall 2017 advertisements below.


GUCCI PRE-FALL 2017 CAMPAIGN

Titled Soul Scene, Gucci's pre-fall 2017 campaign features an all-Black cast
Titled ‘Soul Scene’, Gucci’s pre-fall 2017 campaign features an all-Black cast
Models dance in Gucci's Soul Scene pre-fall 2017 campaign
Models dance in Gucci’s ‘Soul Scene’ pre-fall 2017 campaign
Gucci focuses on fur for pre-fall 2017 campaign
Gucci focuses on fur for pre-fall 2017 campaign
Glen Luchford photographs Gucci’s pre-fall 2017 advertising campaign
Glen Luchford photographs Gucci’s pre-fall 2017 advertising campaign
Gucci embraces prints with pre-fall 2017 campaign
Gucci embraces prints with pre-fall 2017 campaign
Alessandro Michele designs embroidered pieces for Gucci’s pre-fall 2017 collection
Alessandro Michele designs embroidered pieces for Gucci’s pre-fall 2017 collection
An image from Gucci's pre-fall 2017 campaign
An image from Gucci’s pre-fall 2017 campaign
The Mildmay Club in London serves as the setting for Gucci's pre-fall 2017 campaign
The Mildmay Club in London serves as the setting for Gucci’s pre-fall 2017 campaign

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SAINT LAURENT EDDIE 110 LEAF PUMPS

CATEGORIES:Designer Shoes

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They said that superwomen do it much better in high heels and we couldn’t agree more. As if reading our minds and never blurring the fashion line, Saint Laurent has introduced in the Spring Summer 2017 Collection the Eddie 110 Leaf Pumps, which are fashionably fabulous.

First seen on the runway, these Saint Laurent Eddie 110 Leaf Pumps will change your perspective when it comes to pumps. Say goodbye to days of wearing boring pumps, as these might be your next favorite go-to pumps.

Now let’s take a closer look, shall we? This Saint Laurent slingback pump is made from snakeskin and patent leather to achieve a unique approach when it comes to luxury footwear. If you zoom in, you’ll instantly notice that a ruched “leaf” is attached to the adjustable ankle strap, which gives it a more distinct and unique appeal.

The total heel height is 4.3 inches and is priced $995 USD, €795 euro, £685 GBP via Saint Laurent boutiques.

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