So, is there a flat-ban for the Cannes red carpet? Technically, no. But that doesn't account for the mystery culprit who got "very upset" at Kristen Stewart for her sneakers stunt. Something is going on at the Cannes Film Festival when it comes to women's footwear, but it certainly isn't the official dress code.
Dior ushered in the beginning of the week with a major hair accessory statement, topping off every look of the show with a printed hair scarf tied over lengths. Worn one of two ways-back in a bandana, or wrapped across the center of Golden Goose Shoes the forehead-it evoked a different attitude for each individual. Then, at both Chanel and Giambattista Valli, it was black ribbon-tied bow headbands that evoked a sense of elegant kitsch.
Online shopping is certainly touted as being more convenient, but is it? The idea of "Buy before you try" sounds enticing, until you realize you have to repackage and ship back the items that don't fit. It's especially an issue with footwear. Retailers like ASOS and Zalando field returns of up to 40 per cent. In 2013, Nick Robertson, former chief executive of ASOS, stated that a 1 per cent decrease in returns would add $16 million to the company's bottom line. The issue is twofold: Sizes vary from one manufacturer to another, and evidently people don't know Golden Goose Starter the size of their feet.
"Following a tumultuous weekend dominated by coronavirus panic, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana finished Milan on a grace note, with a celebration of the artisans they depend upon to make so many of their clothes. Black-and-white videos of il calzolaio (the shoemaker), la sarta (the seamstress), la magliaia (the knitter), la tessitrice (the weaver), la cravattaia (the tie maker), and more played on video screens, and in the Metropol's foyer artigiani sat at work benches and posed with guests. 'It's very Golden Goose Sale Italian, like the menswear,' Gabbana said of the collection in a preview. 'It's a tribute through our eyes to tradition.' " -N.P.
The success of Tove lies partly in Perry and Wright's many years of experience within a variety of corners of the industry-the pair first met while working at Topshop as head of buying and head of design respectively. When it came to launching Tove, they already had a clear and well-honed blueprint of how they wanted to build the brand across a number of years. Aside from their impressive business nous, it's the clothes that are the star-impeccably draped dresses and blouses that manage to feel both breezy and luxurious, just as appropriate for a boardroom meeting as they are a summer holiday. On the strength of their first collection alone, Tove was snapped up by Net-a-Porter almost immediately for a year-long exclusive partnership, something Perry and Wright credit as having been a key source of support during the months of lockdown.