Romeo Hunte Men’s Spring 2019

Romeo Hunte didn’t make any friends in his men’s runway debut in New York. His choice of a site away from the other venues and the complete chaos in the lobby of the Dream Downtown Hotel with hundreds of people attempting to access elevators to get to the rooftop site was bad enough. The fact that his team couldn’t get its act together to start his show until nearly an hour after it was planned had everyone eyeing the exits before the first look came out.
Once the show finally started, it was clear that Hunte had an underwater sports adventure as his overriding theme. He used neoprene from diving wetsuits that he reimagined as performance vests in bright colors and cropped jackets with exaggerated necklines.

Camo prints in cargo pants and bombers and the use of safety orange enhanced the streetwear flair. But while the line showed some promise, there were several missteps, including poorly executed tailoring and some unfortunate sequined embellished sweatshirts. But apart from that, the collection was youthful and carefree.

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Xiaomi eyes expansion into the U.S. in 2019


Chinese tech company Xiaomi, who makes the Mi line of smartphones, is looking to break into the U.S. market. According to the company’s senior vice president, Wang Xiang, it’s looking at next year as a starting point.

“Next year we hope we can do something there,” Wang told Reuters, calling the U.S. market “very attractive.” 

But, for the Chinese smartphone maker, selling its phones in the U.S.A. is going to be a challenge.

A chief rival of Xiaomi, Huawei, had big plans for expansion into the U.S. market too. Huawei was aiming to begin a big push into America, complete with carrier announcements, at CES 2018. But but just before the show AT&T reportedly pulled out of the deal after people in the Trump administration made clear their opposition to Chinese tech companies strengthening their presence in the U.S. market. Read more…

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Death to Tennis Men’s Spring 2019

Summertime was the prevailing theme for William Watson and Vincent Oshin, the duo behind Death to Tennis. The designers, who are both British, were feeling nostalgic and a bit homesick so they looked to old beachside photographs to inform their lineup, which they said is one of their most colorful collections to date.
They leaned into the old and new, utilizing a color palette consisting of royal blue, purple, yellow, olive red and navy that brought to mind Ralph Lauren and Cross Colours from the Nineties.
These colors lent new life to core items such as graphic T-shirts, hoodies and the McCarthy jacket, which Justin Bieber popularized. They showed these signatures alongside cargo pants with minimal pockets, boxy button-up shirts, cotton parkas and shirt jackets. A long, hooded, colorblocked parka that grazed the ground was a standout.
The suit or matching set was another primary component. Models wore tracksuits, relaxed cotton suits and boxy shirts styled with slightly baggy pants. It was a nice take on tailored pieces that felt hip but not too trendy.
Death to Tennis is known for its original prints and this season it presented a camo pattern, a polo motif and a paint-splattered print.
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Kenneth Nicholson Men’s Spring 2019

Kenneth Nicholson pulls from a varied bag of interests. The Houston native is as motivated by 18th-century dress as he is by outfits from “Soul Train” and military uniforms — after attending the Academy of Art in San Francisco, Nicholson spent a one-year stint in the Navy before he was honorably discharged. But his overall interest is in expanding the boundaries of men’s wear.
“Historically, men haven’t been restricted to just a shirt and pants. They’ve had more options,” Nicholson said. “I like to edify people and shake things up.”
He divided his collection into three chapters. The first chapter was a stark white, which Nicholson said was void of color to express sadness. Models wore cotton and linen long-sleeved shirtdresses with subtle swing hems, white lace shirts paired with cream high-waisted pants, and a brocade jacket with an exaggerated lapel coupled with a matching skirt. References to royalty were sprinkled throughout the lineup. Some models wore sashes, others wore crowns and a couple of the more structured, beaded looks with mock necks, nipped waists and peplums, which were highlights from the collection, brought to mind regalness.
The second chapter, which signaled better memories and featured more color, was the strongest. Nicholson doubled

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Willy Chavarria Men’s Spring 2019

Models running wind sprints and stretching in colorful soccer gear on the runway prior to the show created the ideal introduction for Willy Chavarria’s new collaboration with Danish soccer brand Hummel.
The collection was defined by the use of bright colors and long boxy silhouettes in shorts and tops that paid homage to the designer’s main line. His creative use of the Hummel logo and soccer uniform staples such as numbers and insignias turned them into streetwear-infused details.
The collaboration will also serve to offer sponsorships to New York City soccer players with documented and undocumented U.S. citizens offering support to immigrants, another key element of this season for Chavarria.
His spin on soccerwear served as part one of a two-part spring collection.
For his main line, Chavarria said he pulled from Latino culture of the early Aughts on the East and West Coasts. The “baggy silhouettes” from Venice and Culver City were juxtaposed with the “long rise pants tucked into Timberlands” that defined the urban landscape in the Bronx and Harlem in that era.
The nostalgia kicked into high gear with Chavarria’s take on Polo Sport references: upside-down American flags, yellow trenchcoats and the word America printed upside down on the front of sweatshirts.
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Zuhair Murad Resort 2019

Zuhair Murad embarked on a nautical theme while retaining his signature poetry and femininity, including a range of striking prints used across the collection.
With a stronger daywear focus incorporating a sprinkling of luxe ath-leisure pieces, he included nods to Captain Cook and sailor Corto Maltese, plus their discoveries of plants, Gauguin-esque colors and insects around the Southern Seas.
The most sartorial elements were navy blue or black-and-white outfits, like the sharp-shouldered jackets with tailored trousers and skirts. Shards of compass imagery decorated certain looks — in the form of beadwork and sequins on long black or white evening dresses. A bodysuit could be dressed down or up, and a jumpsuit had a sporty take.
These contrasted well with the fluid dresses with elegant patterns reminiscent of multicolored butterflies or hibiscus. Some standouts included the sweeping V-neck dress with pink, black and yellow embroidery evocative of pixilated butterfly wings and the shorter black-and-white dragonfly-like jacquard knit dress.
Fabrics such as leathers, metal cotton tweed and crepe de chine made appearances, too, adding an even wider reach to this rich collection.

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Raquel Allegra Resort 2019

Raquel Allegra injected a cultural mash-up into her resort 2019 collection, using a silk calico print from India, a chrysanthemum kimono print from Japan, and a knit blanket motif from Latin America as part of the mix of colors and textures in her “cabinet of curiosities.”
The combination of prints recalls Henri Matisse’s paintings, which reflect his love of textiles. Allegra also pulled color combinations as lavender and marigold from his works to create a color story on one end composed of vibrant pastels and saturated midtones, echoing seasonal flowers like peonies and lilacs. On the other end of the spectrum, Allegra used earth tones and a warm spice alluding to the Silk Road, another reference to exploration and an exchange of textiles.
In another designer’s hands, the combination of fabrics, colors and patterns could seem overly busy, but Allegra’s skill in mixing and layering the elements resulted in an appealing collection that speaks to seasonless and transitional dressing for the upscale bohemian woman.
Each look combined humble and dressy fabrics, such as cloudlike tie-dyed cotton long-sleeved T-shirt visible beneath a mesh top, paired with a silk-cotton midiskirt. “Everything plays well together, but it’s not subscribed. It’s how I achieve my own comfort

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Dondup Resort 2019

For its resort collection, the design team at Dondup drew on the house’s denim expertise to build a lineup of fresh silhouettes with a safari flavor. Jeans were pushed slightly into ath-leisure territory, in a show of confidence from a label that has established authority in the denim department. The wide reach of colors included acid washes and a bright green khaki, which was used to fashion a pair of loose, cropped jeans with one pleat in the middle of each side.
Jungle patterns appeared on cinched dresses and a dressy jacket and shorts combination — also cinched, but with pockets. For shine, the label offered lightweight track suit bottoms, hugged at the waist and ankles by drawstrings. There was a jacket in the same material hung straight to the thighs, sleeves pushed over the elbows — fitting the unique style offered by the upscale and cosmopolitan Italian label.
Anchored with a flagship store in Milan on Via della Spiga, Dondup expanded its web site last year and is gearing up for development abroad.

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The Kooples Men’s Spring 2019

Alexandre Elicha’s collection was all about punk — and creature comforts — with lots of soft, distressed and worn-in fabrics and oversized silhouettes.
Highlights included a worn-in cotton trench with fraying pocket edges, a striped sweater dotted with holes and a soft tartan bomber jacket and trousers.
Thick cotton T-shirts referenced the Sex Pistols — muses for this collection — while a check suit with fat lapels was adorned with pins that had punk-era slogans such as “No Future.” To complete the era’s references there were cargo pants and jackets covered in a camouflage pattern.
Life isn’t all about rebellion, however, and Elicha cooked up fluid shirts with Italian Baroque prints that were blended with panther and leopard print motifs, which added a sophisticated edge to the collection.

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Chiara Boni La Petite Robe Resort 2019

Resort allowed Chiara Boni to revert back to her penchant for vibrancy. After a fall runway show focused on Hollywood glamour and a more muted palette, she approached this season with hits of saturated yellow, lime, red, turquoise blue and magenta on her signature stretch jersey fabric. She’s developed a niche base for the textile, namely for its ability to balance a svelte line with comfort.
There were about 35 new dress styles, including a sleek off-the-shoulder black number, a color-blocked version with a keyhole cutout at the waist, and a couple of fringe styles that allowed the designer to show her playful hand. A cropped fitted jumpsuit was a new silhouette buyers have been gravitating toward during market for its ease, streamlined form and ability to transition from day-to-evening. (It’ll be available in every color from the season).
Swimwear has been an unsurprising success for the brand, crafted from the same stretch jersey so that playful one-piece suits with either structured bows at the waist or corsetry details can double as bodysuits for night when paired with trousers. Boni developed two original floral prints as well, splashing them onto swimsuits, silk caftans (a first for the brand), and long formal dresses

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David Koma Resort 2019

Like many others, David Koma has been influenced by the Eighties resurgence that’s been making waves on the catwalks and shop floors alike.
But the London-based designer managed to stand out in his interpretation of the hugely popular decade, making it his own by blending subtle Eighties references — a puff sleeve here, a crystal-embellished zip there — with his signature graphic lines and flair for modernism.
The result was a collection filled with desirable pieces that had the glamour and drama of the past and the sense of ease that speaks to today’s consumer.
Inspired by Helmut Newton’s swimwear photographs, Koma re-created his popular minidresses with curved, sporty necklines and ultra-thin shoulder straps. He also added a generous dose of sparkle with oversize crystals, silver sequins and Plexiglass. Heavy embellishment can be dangerous territory, but by keeping a monochromatic color palette and using the crystals or sequins to create graphic lines, Koma maintained a fresh, modern look.
Among the standouts were a white one-shouldered gown featuring a flashy sequinned side panel that aims to highlight the body, a black-and-white tuxedo dress with puffed silk-organza sleeves and black minidresses mixing graphic cutouts and soft draping.
Elsewhere, Koma continued to play with contrasts in a series

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Neil Barrett Men’s Spring 2019

In an adventurous, sea and surf-faring mood, Neil Barrett, who has a thing about male uniforms, set out to explore the notion of contemporary masculinity, with the collection’s emblem a Hawaiian-style flower that was never girly.
The designer worked photographic treatments of anemones onto utilitarian macs, T-shirts and sweatshirts, placing them at the breast and shoulder in place of military emblems and medals.
Some of the prints had a strong Pop Art feel, others came graphically sliced, with shadowy black prints of the flowers staining a range of looks. But mainly it added a surf vibe, opening the gates for a strong water-sport theme.
Barrett in this highly wearable collection mixed his usual color palette of sand, beige, navy, gray and black with bright colors associated with surfwear.
His signature Nineties aesthetic was intact, folding in scuba underlayers and jackets inspired by the hi-tech dry suits worn by deep sea divers. The cut of the trenches, with their dropped shoulders and rounded shapes, were even based on their lines.
The designer sprinkled in sure-sell cargo pants cut like joggers, and cool dressier looks, like a gray tux with a Nineties fit.
Moving between urban and sportswear moods, the outerwear was ever strong and plentiful, with the

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Ulla Johnson Resort 2019

Coming off a 20-year anniversary milestone, Ulla Johnson keeps on rolling. She recently traveled to Brazil to check on the intricately hand-woven shoes and bags she used in resort as an artisanal element to finish off feminine looks. São Paulo proved inspirational for its balance of modern architecture, culture and wilderness, leading Johnson to explore a meeting place of structure and ease in her signature bohemian romance.
She turned to the work of Hilma af Klint, an abstract painter in the 20th century, whose art employed a bold use of color, geometry and floral motifs. It inspired the exuberant palette of poppy yellow, red, magenta and lavender, as well as the floral patterns of ruffle-adorned dresses and opulent embroidery. A standout dress, made in India, for instance, featured paneling that took eight hours to embroider, handmade crochet trim and flower tassel, and handfinishing that makes it an emotional buy, and a keepsake that’ll last more than a season. Almost all the prints this season were shown on the reverse for a lived-in, time-honored effect. Customers will appreciate the fringy handknits woven in Peru and other hand-braided, hand-woven bags made in the Philippines and Spain.
She steered silhouettes to be soft and structured,

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Man Men’s Spring 2019

The single theme running through the three collections at the Topman-sponsored Man group show was dressing up. From Stefan Cooke’s off-kilter elegance to Art School’s High Concept Characters and Rottingdean Bazaar’s frivolous costumes, the season was certainly theatrical.
Cooke, winner of the H&M young designer prize and the L’Oréal Professionnel Creative Award, founded the brand with partner Jake Burt after graduating from the Central Saint Martins M.A. course last year.
His second outing for Man was a nostalgic exploration of the summer holidays of his youth, eagerly anticipated but ending in a state of ennui, with days spent doing nothing but indulging creative impulses and foraging through the dressing-up box. Maybe throwing a feather boa on with jeans and a T-shirt, maybe borrowing an older brother’s suit.
That meant a focus on tailoring and outerwear, with suits embellished with inlaid Perspex studs in naïve floral clusters, a jazzy tartan ensemble topped with a trompe l’oeil cable-knit vest, and well-cut trousers styled with striking ostrich feather belts. It was a sophisticated collection that established Cooke as a designer with a strong point of view.
Designers James Theseus Buck and Luke Brooks turned everyday items into costumes. Actual costumes. And the effect was hilarious, if

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Claudia Li Resort 2019

Claudia Li’s playfully innovative collection, full of quirky design elements and colorful floral patterns, was born out of nostalgia. The New York-based designer was missing New Zealand, her mother and, noticeably for resort, the bedroom view of her mother’s garden. She developed a few floral prints that helped temper the yearning, including a garden print, an abstract confetti print that reminded her of falling petals, and a metallic print meant to resemble morning dew.
She splashed these onto innovative silhouettes, a trait of the young designer’s customers have come to expect. The cheekiest design update goes to hip enhancers, found on fit-and-flare dresses, tailored suit jackets, nylon skirts and even pants. Think of them as shoulder pads for your waist — removable by choice, but surprisingly subtle with just the slightest hint of volume. “I have no hips,” Li said at a walk-through. “It gives it more of a maternal shape, a feminine shape.”
She experimented with adjustability by adorning crew-neck T-shirts with long sashes that wrap in front and tie in back, and with short dresses that could be tightened on just one side for a half-cinched, half-flowy effect. For those inclined to classic notions of refinement, nothing was more chic than

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Narciso Rodriguez RTW Spring 2019

Monday evening would find Narciso Rodriguez, like much of the industry, heading to Brooklyn for the CFDA Awards. Unlike everyone else, he alone would be honored with the organization’s Lifetime Achievement Award, after 20 years in business, which he marked last season with characteristically low-key celebrations.
But in the morning, it was business as usual — yet something of a new usual for Rodriguez. In this most eclectic of official calendar weeks, Rodriguez showed his spring 2019 collection, one of only a few designers to do so, in a presentation that retained the intimacy with which he had shown fall in his Gramercy Park headquarters. This time, he moved to the first floor Goethe-Institut in the same building, the shift allowing him to more than double last season’s audience count from 20 to about 50.
It’s a lovely way to show, and Rodriguez delivered a strong collection. Not surprisingly given the anniversary/award moment, he was in a reflective mood. “Somewhere along the line, the collection got very pared down and much more graphic,” he said. “I started to look back at things I had done in the past, and I found this beautiful picture of Amber Valletta from ages ago. It became

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Veronica Beard RTW Resort 2019

Casual polish is the endgame at Veronica Beard, where sisters-in-law Veronica Miele Beard and Veronica Swanson Beard update American classics with novelty and, for resort, athletic undertones. They looked to the glamour and sexual femininity of the Eighties and early Nineties, delivering a blend of tailoring this season set against casual sportswear and colorful prints.
Elevated takes on suiting included an off-the-shoulder blazer styled with a multichain belt (which, really, would add considerable edge to any outfit) and a red blazer featuring the designers’ take on the double-breasted silhouette. Leather suiting and twinsets with detachable gold chains leaned heavily toward the Eighties, but were toned down with graphic “Veronica” Ts and track-inspired techno knit pants with great recovery.
There was also novelty. To wit: Bold plaids, scarf prints and engineered florals provided a playful visual element while denim featured crystal buttons. The designers also reworked classics like the trenchcoat into a cropped style with athletic stripes, a reversible version with plaid fabric, and into one of their signature dickeys.
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Bande Noir Resort 2019

The second collection by creative director Mayte Allende reemphasized some of the staples she introduced for fall, such as T-shirts and tops with ties at the bust and draped trompe l’oeil bustier details, as well as delicate ruched tulle tops and dresses. This time she developed the bustier T-shirt into a liquid silver gown and presented the tulle looks in blush, inspired by the nudes of artist Linder Sterling. Allende’s design philosophy is making comfortable, easy-to-wear pieces amped up with special details that focus on the female form and blur the line between day and evening. A striped long-sleeve cotton dress had cutouts at the side and back. A sheer nude trench with black tipping was embroidered in sequins and a spaghetti strap halter jumpsuit had cutouts under the bustline.

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Front Row at Dior Cruise 2019

SPIRITED ELEMENTS: The rain hadn’t really begun in earnest when guests trickled in through a cobblestone alley to take their seats lining the white sandy ring for the Dior Cruise show.
“Maybe we can find an umbrella somewhere,” Billie Lourd laughed as she hunted for her seat. The actress is gearing up for her eighth season of “American Horror Story” and working on a movie called “Book Smart,” directed by Olivia Wild.
“She’s a goddess! I’m so excited,” Lourd said with a grin. Surveying the arena on the grounds of Chantilly’s historic stables she professed her love of horses but said she’s allergic to them.
“I’m allergic and it’s the saddest thing ever, but honestly, I’ll still go on them because they’re so beautiful,” she added wistfully.
“I used to keep my horse in a much smaller affair,” noted Alexa Chung as she entered the eighteenth century edifice, built by the Prince of Condé who expected to be reincarnated as a horse.
Florence Pugh, who plays a wrestler in the upcoming film “Fighting With My Family” glided through the hubbub, as the raindrops thickened, her hair pulled up and elegantly woven in the back.
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Dior Cruise 2019

They say the best laid plans of mice and men often go awry. You might include horses, too.
What had been planned as a fairy-tale-like Dior cruise show at the Great Stables of the Domaine de Chantilly, complete with a performance by female Mexican rodeo riders, ended up being hit by a rainstorm that doused the models as they made their way around the semi-open venue.
Guests fared slightly better. A greeter held an umbrella over Isabelle Adjani as she arrived, wearing a vaporous blue dress and sunglasses — though by this point, the sky was a threatening shade of slate gray. Another stood guard in front of Bernard Arnault, the luxury titan who owns Christian Dior Couture, and his wife Hélène.
The show was scheduled to start at 8 p.m., though by 8:30 p.m., most of the seats remained empty. It took many guests close to two hours to make the 30-mile journey by car from Paris through Friday-night gridlock.
Organizers anxiously monitored the sky, amid reports that a storm was set to hit at 9:17 p.m. precisely. As a light rain began to fall, assistants regularly swept the catwalk dry with squeegee wipers. With an almost uncanny precision, the show finally began

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Oscar de la Renta Resort 2019

Describing a fashion show as very “mother-of-the-bride” is not always a compliment. Yet it was accurate and deliberate in the case of Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim’s resort collection for Oscar de la Renta. If there was ever a time to go in that direction, this was it.
Garcia and Kim were already looking at a Wedgwood book by Rizzoli as a key reference for the lineup in February when “we got Meghan [Markle’s] phone call to help dress her mom for the royal wedding,” Garcia said after Tuesday’s show, referring to the ODLR ensemble Doria Ragland wore to her daughter’s, the Duchess of Sussex, nuptials last weekend. He noted that the request to dress the most watched mother-of-the-bride in recent memory and the bridal registry china inspiration were a happy coincidence, so the designers went with it.
The English pottery brand’s heritage informed many of the collection’s colors and patterns. Everything in the lineup would be appropriate for an event on a wedding weekend itinerary — the rehearsal dinner, reception, bridesmaids’ dresses, morning after brunch. The show opened with a series of ivory and pastel stretch wool dresses that were minimal in shape with hemlines cut like architectural petals. There were

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Just Cavalli Resort 2019

Florence served as a major inspiration for the Just Cavalli resort collection, the first designed by creative director Paul Surridge since his arrival at the company last year.
A view of the landscape of the Tuscan city, which is the fashion house’s hometown, as well as the iconic image of the marble statue of David by Michelangelo in Piazza della Signoria, pop up in the young and fun collection.
Rooted in an urban, contemporary mood, the versatile lineup offers a range of easy-to-wear pieces, spanning from multicolored jacquard sweaters, slipdresses layered over lace blouses, as well as a Barbie-like outfit, combining a miniskirt with a denim-inspired jacket, both crafted from baby pink leather.
The brand’s signature wild animal motifs are reworked through a graphic lens and mixed and matched on maxi frocks, while an ironic feel runs trough a lacquered yellow bomber worn with coordinated pants printed in a crocodile pattern.
Staying away from certain rock ’n’ roll and sexy clichés of the brand’s previous collection, Surridge managed to deliver an unfussy and unpretentious lineup of wearable yet eye-catching pieces for the real girls of 2019.

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Givenchy Resort 2019

Men’s tailoring has always been the bedrock of Clare Waight Keller’s coed vision for Givenchy. In her debut last fall, she said her focus on sharp shoulders was directly derived from the work of founder Hubert de Givenchy.
For her first resort collection since taking over the creative direction of the label, the designer also delved into a lesser-known part of Givenchy’s heritage: a sportswear line that fed into a selection of looks infused with athletic ease.
“He actually did a sports line at the beginning of the Eighties — Givenchy Sport — and it was kind of interesting, because there, he really used a lot of the graphic designs and these sort of V-shapes,” she explained. “I thought it was interesting to mix that back into the more sophisticated tailoring part.”
Men’s logo track pants, or second-skin tops in technical fabrics, were overt nods to the athleisure trend that has swept through to high-end brands. It translated more subtly in the women’s looks, which included roomy separates in paper-thin glossy leather, done in subtle hues like forest green and Prussian blue.
The Eighties influence was overt with items like cowl-neck tops with batwing sleeves, or a burgundy jersey zip-up jacket with a black

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Tomas Maier Resort 2019

No one is immune to influence. That’s why designers have mood boards. Tomas Maier’s brand is anchored in comfortable, everyday sportswear with a fashion attitude. What are the biggest things happening in comfortable, casual sportswear? Puffer jackets, tracksuits, windbreakers, logomania and, of course, the Eighties. Maier had it all in his women’s and men’s resort collection, handling pieces that are widely available elsewhere with his smart, thoughtful hand.
“It’s a little influenced by the early Eighties music scene, early hip-hop,” said Maier during a preview. Track jackets were reversible and pants, cut wide and slouchy, were done in washed flannel and felted wool jersey to give the dressed-down look a polished finish. Oversize cashmere sweaters and fitted knits in sporty graphic compositions were chicly athletic, likewise the down puffers and shearling and nylon jackets. Maier’s signature palm-tree motif was done in an Eighties Los Angeles way, the long, skinny palms printed against pink sunset skies. Adopting his branding to the seasonal theme that way made sense, though the same could not be said for cartoony graphic cassette-tape motifs, which felt too juvenile for Maier’s clientele.
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Chanel Cruise 2019

PARIS — What better way to showcase cruise than on a cruise?
That, at least, was the thinking at Chanel this season, but the plan ran into a snag: the house could not secure a ship fit to host its floating show. So instead, creative director Karl Lagerfeld brought the boat to dry land, constructing a 330-foot-long ocean liner in the middle of the Grand Palais.
Named La Pausa, after the villa in the South of France built by founder Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel in the Thirties, the replica ship was the spectacular backdrop for Chanel’s cruise collection on Thursday night, which drew guests including Margot Robbie, Kristen Stewart and Lily-Rose Depp.
But it was another appearance that set tongues wagging: Lagerfeld took his bow with his longtime fashion studio director Virginie Viard, in a move sure to fan rumors about his potential retirement — though a spokeswoman for Chanel said he had done it before, and there was no special significance to the gesture.
By now, the designer’s outsize imagination should come as no surprise to any regular guests at his Chanel shows, which in recent seasons have featured a space rocket, a waterfall and a reproduction of the Eiffel Tower. But this was

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Prada Resort 2019

After a fashion show, a critic typically rushes from the venue back to office, home, hotel, wherever, and writes as carefully considered a review as deadline — usually right now — permits.  
Following Miuccia Prada’s cruise show last night, I ignored that deep-rooted conditioning to actually enjoy, rather than fret through, the post-show fete (Tonne Goodman — a delightful dinner companion), and went home to bed after what I thought was quite a strong show. A night’s sleep and some morning rumination told me I was wrong. Prada’s show wasn’t merely strong. It was brilliant.
Not deep-thoughts, esoteric brilliant, but aggressively commercial, resort-long-selling-season-give-me-a-smart-coat-and-pants brilliant. “It’s like a fantasy and the reality,” Prada said, describing her motif du jour. “Of course, [a show is] always a fantasy. It’s my fantasy on what today for me is real.” 
A longtime holdout from the cruise extravaganza, Prada acknowledged that market realities ultimately forced her hand. “Everybody is doing more, and so you have to adapt, more or less,” she said.
So after years of sprinkling women’s cruise looks into her June men’s show, last year she staged a full resort show in Milan. This time she opted for another of her brand’s “homes,” its Herzog &

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Karl Lagerfeld Made Nautical Fashion for the Street (Style) at Chanel’s Cruise 2019 Show

In lieu of an exotic destination, Chanel staged its Cruise 2019 runway show right at home in Paris’s Grand Palais. But Karl Lagerfeld and his team managed to make it feel like more of a voyage, erecting a literal cruise ship as the backdrop (and party venue) for the runway. And what do you get …

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Why Now Is the Time to Get Ready for 2019 Goals

There is no doubt that you kicked off 2018 with a set of specific goals to accomplish by Dec. 31. Short-term goals, those that you want to achieve this year, are very important to outline. But what about what you want long-term? Now is the time to get ready for 2019.

In general, goal-setting should have a forward-thinking approach. When was the last time you thought about what you can do TODAY that will help position you for YOUR ultimate success down the road? You may think you have time to figure out how to get to where you want to be in five years, however in the words my mother shared to my sister and me many times while growing up, “It’s later than you think.”

Making Calculated Decisions

It is easy to overlook the opportunities that lie ahead when we are so focused on the day-to-day activities of your business. One key to long-term success is having the time and opportunity to plot and strategize. When you have time to think things through, you are more likely to achieve the results you want. By taking the time now to decide on long-term goals, you will be able to take action steps that will help you to seize a myriad of opportunities in years ahead.

I am stickler for strategizing; because of this people often say to me, “Oh, you seem to have everything figured out.” I hesitate to agree because life is a moving target. However, it’s not that I have everything figured out; I have taken the time to consider what I really WANT and then I take action by putting a plan in place to focus on what I really NEED to get it. It’s not that I’m special or super human; I just use my time wisely to plot and strategize around goals. This method always pays off.

Thinking Ahead
If you have uttered the phrase “by the end of next year” or “three years from now I want,” then it is definitely time for you to include your future goals this year. Here are several ways to master planning around long-term goals.

Recognize the Possibilities—Past, Present, and Future: Possibilities are central to reaching aspirational goals. It’s impossible to have the future you want if you haven’t already imagined it first, then worked toward it. If you fail to work within the possibilities, it’s almost impossible to create smart change. Focus on how matters can be different as opposed to how you failed in the past.

Create a To-Do List: Whatever your plans may be for the years ahead, you should be strategizing around how you will reach your goals. Take each long-term goal and create a list of what needs to happen to achieve it. Assign those tasks based on an order of importance to each month of the current year. Before long, you will be closer and closer to making your goal a reality.

Don’t Forget About Yourself: If you are to truly attain the success you want long-term, you should count on being the best YOU possible. Be sure you include goals that focus on self-improvement and your personal life, not just those that relate to your career or business. These can be categorized into areas such as leisure, fitness, and mindfulness so you’re ensuring your well-being is a top priority while planning for the years head.

Taking Actions Now For Later: Decide on what habits you need to create or steps you can take at this very moment to help you toward your long-term goals. If your plan is to take more time off in the coming year to vacation, consider what needs to be in place now, such as hiring an employee to acclimate them to your business methods long before you say “bon voyage.” Or perhaps you aspire to receive a major promotion; would taking a relevant course to optimize your skillset make a difference? Determine which skills you might need to excel in your new role and get the training you need now to improve your chances of being a superstar in your new role.

Finally, if you lead a fast-paced life in which the phrase “taking a break” means closing your eyes on an elevator for 30 seconds of precious shut-eye, then time is likely not your best friend. If reaching your long-term goals is important to you then you must carve out time to strategize to achieve them. The best way to do this is to plan a weekend getaway nearby where you take the time to think freely and plan accordingly with minimal distractions.

Goal-setting by definition is a powerful process for thinking about your ideal future and for motivating yourself to turn the vision of your future into reality. Embrace the process to reap the benefits down the line.


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Dior to Stage Cruise 2019 Show at Chantilly Stables

SADDLE UP: Dior is staging its cruise 2019 show closer to home than the last edition, which took place in the Santa Monica Mountains. Scheduled for May 25, the event will take place at the Grandes Écuries of the Domaine de Chantilly, near Paris.
A symbol of French prestige and art de vivre, the historic stables — which are the largest in Europe — were constructed in the 18th century for the seventh Prince de Condé, Louis-Henri de Bourbon.
The city of Chantilly has long-standing ties with Dior, from the founding couturier’s first creations to those of his successors, Yves Saint Laurent and Marc Bohan. Various designs for the house over the years have carried or evoked its name and prestige, starting with Christian Dior’s second collection, for fall 1947, which featured an evening dress baptized at Chantilly.
While Dior journeyed to the sweeping Upper Las Virgenes Canyon Open Space Preserve in Calabasas, Calif., for the staging of its Cruise 2018 show — marking the first big destination event for artistic director Maria Grazia Chiuri — the setting of the house’s next display promises to be more about time travel. And possibly an equestrian theme.

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Novartis CEO: Any potential decision on eye-care business will be made in first half of 2019

Novartis CEO Vasant Narasimhan said the drugmaker would maintain its timeline for the decision of an Alcon spin-off.
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Elon Musk: Flights to Mars will start in 2019

Elon Musk announced Sunday plans for his Mars spaceship to be ready for trips to the red planet by early-to-mid 2019, according to news reports. “We are building the first Mars, or interplanetary ship, and I think well [s.i.c.] be able to [do] short trips, flights by first half of next year,” the SpaceX and…
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Max Mara to Hold Cruise 2019 Runway Show

HOMETOWN CRUISE: Max Mara will for the first time hold its cruise 2019 show in Reggio Emilia, Italy, where the company is based. The show is scheduled on June 4.
Max Mara has previously presented its pre-collections in New York, for pre-fall 2015; London, for resort 2016, and Shanghai, for pre-fall 2017.
As reported, Miuccia Prada will show her cruise 2019 collection in New York on May 4, but is keeping details about the location under wraps. Alessandro Michele at Gucci will be traveling to Arles for his next cruise show, to be held in Arles on May 30, while Nicolas Ghesquière has chosen a holiday destination for Louis Vuitton’s next cruise show: the French Riviera. Vuitton has set May 28 as the date for its next itinerant fashion spectacle, but the exact location will be revealed at a later date.

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Louis Vuitton to Show Its Cruise 2019 Collection On the French Riviera

Since Nicolas Ghesquière assumed the top design role at Louis Vuitton, the French fashion house has made a habit of showing its cruise collections in all corners of the world. This isn’t necessarily unique to Louis Vuitton, per se, with fellow luxury brands like Gucci and Chanel often …

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Middle East real estate tycoon warns of a rocky 2019 — but says region is ripe for investment

A mogul of Middle East real estate development, Emaar Properties Chairman Mohamed Alabbar, said that the region has plenty of development opportunities despite geopolitical tensions.
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Tony Gonzalez, Champ Bailey and Ed Reed eligible for HOF in 2019

The 2018 class saw five players early in their eligibility get into the Hall, and with lots of talent in the pipeline, things could get competitive. – NFL
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Malaysia CB Unlikely To Hike Rates Until 2019

With growth set to slow, inflation benign and the currency continuing to strengthen, Malaysia’s central bank is likely to leave its rates unchanged for the rest of this year and next, Alex Holmes and Krystal Tan, economists at Capital Economics, said.
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When You Can See the Big Movies in 2019

It might be the start of 2018, but we’re already looking ahead to the big movies hitting screens in 2019. The following is therefore all the release dates we could gather together. Though with schedule changes, productions being pushed back, directors walking (see Gambit below!) and blockbusters jockeying for the big weekends, we’ll update as and when movies move.


Release Date: US — January 11; UK — TBD

The Hellboy reboot — directed by Neil Marshall and starring David Harbour as ‘Big Red’ — is the first blockbuster release of 2019. And we’ve already spoken to Ian McShane about his role as Professor Broom in the movie, and more specifically about Hellboy’s daddy issues.


Release Date: US/UK — January 18

Samuel L. Jackson and Bruce Willis in Unbreakable.

This sequel to both Unbreakable AND Split brings together heroes David Dunn (Bruce Willis) and Casey Cook (Anya Taylor-Joy) to do battle with villains Mr. Glass (Samuel L. Jackson) and Kevin Crumb (James McAvoy). M. Night Shyamalan both writes and directs.

The New Mutants

Release Date: US/UK — February 22

Pushed back from its 2018 release, The New Mutants is a horror-tinged superhero movie that revolves around five mutant teens being held at a secure facility against their collective wills, and banding together to escape. Maisie Williams, Anya Taylor-Joy and Charlie Heaton all star.

Captain Marvel

Release Date: US/UK — March 8

The first movie in the MCU to focus solely on a female hero, Captain Marvel stars Brie Larson as Carol Danvers, a fighter pilot who is turned superhuman when her DNA fuses with an alien species. Jude Law co-stars as her mentor Dr. Walter Lawson, while Ben Mendelsohn is playing the as-yet-unnamed villain.

Godzilla: King of the Monsters

Release Date: US/UK — March 22

This sequel to 2014 smash-hit Godzilla sees humanity’s future hanging in the balance, with the official synopsis claiming that the story follows “the heroic efforts of the crypto-zoological agency Monarch as its members face off against a battery of god-sized monsters, including the mighty Godzilla, who collides with Mothra, Rodan, and his ultimate nemesis, the three-headed King Ghidorah.” Mike Dougherty directs.

Avengers 4

Release Date: UK — April 26; US — May 3

The as-yet-untitled sequel to the forthcoming Avengers: Infinity War. As with that film, Avengers 4 will be written by Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, directed by Anthony Russo and Joe Russo, and feature the superheroes who survive this summer’s encounter with Thanos.

John Wick: Chapter 3

Release Date: US — May 17; UK — TBD

Keanu Reeves as John Wick.

In this eagerly anticipated action threequel — which will kick off moments after Chapter 2 ends — John Wick (Keanu Reeves) heads to both Spain and Russia. And reportedly does battle with the head of a Japanese crime syndicate, played by Hiroyuki Sanada. Cassian (Common), Ares (Ruby Rose) and the Bowery King (Laurence Fishburne) all return.


Release Date: US/UK — May 24

Robin Williams played the genie in the animated film.

In this live-action remake of the animated Disney classic, Will Smith replaces Robin Williams as the genie, while Guy Ritchie directs from a script by John August.


Release Date: US/UK — June 7

Channing Tatum will be playing Gambit in the movie.

Inspired by the success of the standalone Deadpool movie, Fox fast-tracked a solo Gambit flick, but then their directors kept dropping out. In the last couple of years, Gambit has lost Rupert Wyatt, Doug Liman and Gore Verbinski. And with the director’s chair still currently vacant, there’s a strong chance this date may yet move.

Untitled Men in Black Movie

Release Date: US — June 14; UK — TBD

No idea yet whether these guys will be appearing.

No word yet on whether this will be a sequel, spin-off or reboot of the Men in Black franchise. What we do know is that Iron Man and Transformers: The Last Knight scribes Matt Holloway and Art Marcum are writing the script, while Steven Spielberg will again be executive producing.

Toy Story 4

Release Date: US/UK — June 21

Woody and Buzz are coming back.

Toy Story 4 is less a sequel to Toy Story 3, and more a standalone movie, apparently focussing on the burgeoning relationship between Woody and Bo Peep. Most of the beloved voice cast returns, while Patricia Arquette joins proceedings in an as-yet-unspecified role.

Untitled Transformers Sequel

We’re guessing this guy will make an appearance in Transformers 7.

Release Date: US — June 28; UK — TBD

This one has a date. But that’s about it. Though with Unicron‘s horns poking up through the earth at the end of the last movie, and Quintessa revealing herself to be very much alive during the post-credit sting, we reckon both will play a part in the sequel.

Spider-Man: Homecoming Sequel

Release Date: US — July 5; UK — TBD

Tom Holland as Peter Parker in Spider-Man Homecoming.

With the new Spider-Man movies looking to follow the Harry Potter template of having each story play out in a new school year, the Homecoming sequel will take place during Peter Parker’s junior year of High School. Tom Holland again plays Spidey, while Jon Watts is back in the director’s chair.

Top Gun: Maverick

Release Date: US/UK — July 12

Tom Cruise has given a Top Gun sequel the thumbs up.

Some 33 years after the release of the original, Tom Cruise returns as Maverick for a second slice of airborne Top Gun action. Cruise has said that the aviators are coming back, while the story will again concern some kind of competition. Joseph Kosinski — who previously directed Cruise in Oblivion — is on helming duty.

The Lion King

Release Date: UK — July 19; US — July 26

Another live-action remake of an animated Disney classic, this one features an all-star cast that includes Donald Glover (Simba), Beyonce (Nala), Chiwetel Ejiofor (Scar) Billy Eichner (Timon) and Seth Rogen (Pumbaa), while James Earl Jones reprises his role as Musafa. Because no one else can match that voice.

Untitled Tarantino Movie

Release Date: US — August 19; UK — TBD

Leonardo DiCaprio – seen here in Django Unchained – will be re-teaming with Tarantino.

Quentin Tarantino and Leonardo DiCaprio re-team for this period piece, set in LA against the background of the Manson murders. Leo plays a former TV actor trying to get back into movies, while Margot Robbie, Al Pacino and Brad Pitt may also star.

It: Chapter 2

Release Date: US — September 6; UK — TBD

Pennywise WILL return.

It: Chapter 1 only adapted the childhood portion of Stephen King’s beloved book, so this sequel will tell the story of the grown-up members of the Loser’s Club again doing battle with Pennywise. We don’t yet know who will play the adult versions, but Andy Muschietti is back in the director’s chair.

Wonder Woman 2

Release Date: US — November 1; UK — TBD

Gal Gadot in the first Wonder Woman flick.

In this sequel to the best of the new crop of DC movies, director Patty Jenkins and star Gal Gadot re-team, with the story said to take place during the Cold War in the 1980s. Though don’t quote us on that.

Frozen 2

Release Date: US — November 27; UK — November 29

Disney just won’t let this one go.

Do you want to build another snowman? Because Elsa, Anna and Olaf are returning for more freezing cold action, alongside what we’re promised will be “lovable” new characters.

Masters of the Universe

Release Date: US — December 18; UK — December 20

Hopefully it will be better than this.

Dolph Lundgren failed to do He-Man justice in 1987, so Hollywood is having another go. Batman Begins scribe David S. Goyer is writing the script and may direct the tale of Adam, Prince of Eternia, who transforms into the big fella when uttering the words “By the power of Grayskull!”

Star Wars: Episode IX

Release Date: US/UK — December 20

Will the porgs return?

Never heard of this one. Don’t know what it’s about.

UPDATE: ‘Wonder Woman 2’ Release Date Moved

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Porsche’s Mission E will cost $85,000 and will hit the streets in 2019

Porsche Mission E

Though Tesla remains the company to beat in the electric car market, the reality is that Elon Musk and co. haven’t truly encountered any real competition in the high-end EV space. That, however, will change once Porsche’s highly anticipated Mission E hits the streets. Originally introduced back in 2015, the Mission E is an ambitious project to say the least. According to the German automaker, the goal is to outfit the Mission E with 310 miles of range, and equally as impressive, Porsche boasts that the Mission E will be able to reach a charge of 80% in just 15 minutes. While it remains to see what the Mission E’s final specs are, we now know how much the car is going to cost — and suffice it to say, it’s not going to come cheap. Put simply, it’s going to be priced like a Porsche.

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‘Wonder Woman’ Sequel Confirmed, Patty Jenkins Will Direct Film Set for 2019

Patty Jenkins is set to make history once again with the news that she will helm a sequel to this year's blockbuster hit Wonder Woman, due out in 2019.

The director, who took home $ 1 million for the first film, will reportedly receive

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Liam and Noel Gallagher ‘will reform Oasis by 2019’ after public spats, says man who discovered them

OASIS will have got back together by 2019 – says the man who discovered them.

The reunion everyone has been waiting for would come on the tenth anniversary of LIAM and NOEL GALLAGHER’s bust-up that split the band.

Noel and Liam Gallagher will reform Oasis by 2019, according to the man who discovered them
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Noel and Liam Gallagher will reform Oasis by 2019, according to the man who discovered them[/caption]

I can reveal that the man who first signed them — music industry legend ALAN McGEE ­— is convinced the pair will patch things up and, ahem, not Look Back In Anger any more.

Alan said: “There is a very strong chance they will get back together within the next two years. Watch what happens.”

There’s been no love lost between the Gallaghers since 2009, when a backstage row at a Paris festival ended with Liam swinging a guitar at Noel’s head “like an axe”.

Alan is no stranger to the brothers’ rocky relationship after signing Oasis to his independent label Creation Records in 1993.

And his comments come amid speculation that Liam is preparing to join Noel at the sold-out We Are Manchester benefit concert on September 9.

The gig will mark the reopening of Manchester Arena following the terror attack that killed 22 people at an ARIANA GRANDE concert there in May.

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The brothers called time on the band in 2009 after a massive row
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The brothers called time on the band in 2009 after a massive row[/caption]

Alan added: “It is brilliant Noel is opening the arena. Ultimately, I think Liam will be happy he is doing it. They have their public spats but at the end of the day, they are brothers.

“I have never heard Liam say anything really bad about Noel.

“He might take the p**s but it has never been anything over the line.”

Perhaps it’s best not to mention here how Liam described Noel as a “sad f**k” after failing to perform at Ariana’s One Love concert following the attack.

Alan is convinced that the success of Liam’s forthcoming debut solo album, As You Were, will pave the way for a reunion between the warring brothers.

Liam Gallagher ends emotional first solo gig for the Manchester victims with acoustic version Oasis classic Live Forever

He said: “I have heard Liam’s new album and it is great. For what it is worth, it’s a classic. It’s incredible.

“That has got to help when it comes to Oasis reforming because they’re not going to come back unless both have equal status.

“Liam is going to be big, Noel is going to be big.

“The fact that Liam is going to come back with such a successful album weirdly helps the chances of them reforming.”

Along with millions of Oasis fans across the globe, I’ve got the Champagne (Supernova) on ice.

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Daniel Craig confirms he will return as James Bond in November 2019

Daniel Craig: New Bond movie in 2019

On The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, Daniel Craig has finally confirmed that he’ll be returning to play James Bond in a new movie. The return was first reported in the New York Times back in July, but Craig has been cagey about his plans until this point.

On an appearance on Colbert’s late night show, however, Craig confirmed beyond a doubt that he’s going to be back as 007.

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