ELSA HOSK, SARA SAMPAIO & JASMINE TOOKES STAR IN VICTORIA’S SECRET T-SHIRT BRA CAMPAIGN

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Elsa Hosk stars in Victoria's Secret T-Shirt Bra campaign

Elsa Hosk stars in Victoria's Secret T-Shirt Bra campaign

Victoria's Secret goes for comfort with the release of its 2017 T-Shirt Bra campaign. Angels including Elsa Hosk, Sara Sampaio, Jasmine Tookes, Stella Maxwell and Romee Strijd appear in the images. Captured in the studio, the top models show off their moves in lingerie as well as denim and fringed pieces. Victoria’s Secret unveils two new styles including the Lightly Lined Scoop Demi and Push-Up Plunge.

Related: Elsa Hosk Fronts Victoria’s Secret ‘Crush' Fragrance Ad

VICTORIA'S SECRET 2017 T-SHIRT BRA CAMPAIGN

Jasmine Tookes poses in Victoria's Secret lightly lined wireless braJasmine Tookes poses in Victoria's Secret lightly lined wireless braSara Sampaio models Victoria’s Secret push-up full coverage braSara Sampaio models Victoria’s Secret push-up full coverage braStella Maxwell rocks Victoria’s Secret Lightly Lined Demi BraStella Maxwell rocks Victoria’s Secret Lightly Lined Demi Bra

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CELINE DIAGONAL CARD HOLDERS

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Looking for a tiny accessory like a cardholder? Perhaps you should take a look at Celine’s Diagonal Card Holders because they’re always made with impeccable quality leathers, period. This design is new and has just been released for the Fall 2017 Collection.

Crafted with a minimal look in bi-color, but its elegant and very feminine as well. The diagonal flap is a fresh design of the house and has been introduced for this season. The flap is colored in darker shade while the bottom is colored in lighter shade to create an eye-catching appearance. Another new invention is the invisible snap button behind the flap closure. And the Celine signature is printed in small lettering on the bottom.

Made from lambskin and calfskin lining, the interior features one gusset compartment and three credit card slots. It measures 5’ x 3’ inches, priced at $465 USD, €320 euro, £295 GBP, $3650 HKD, ¥3400 CNY, $600 SGD, ¥50000 JPY via celine boutiques.

Would you consider a cardholder from Celine? Let us know your thoughts.

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5 RULES FOR ANY GENTLEMAN TO LOOK DAPPER IN A SUIT

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Many of the professional footballers and Oscar-nominated actors have the ability to pull off a suit effortlessly. There is no reason why you can’t do just that.

The most important thing when aiming to look dapper in a suit is confidence. The way to ultimate confidence when fastening those cufflinks is knowing that all of the different parts of the outfit are going to come together as a cohesive package.

Pulling off a suit is one of the classiest abilities yet, but it’s not rocket science. You just need to take it from the top and break it down. Here are some rules to help you look dapper in a suit for any occasion.


SHOULDER ALIGNMENT

When wearing a jacket, shoulder alignment is the most important thing to get right in regards to your suit because it cannot be tailored. The shoulder of the jacket should end before the end of your actual shoulder.

You can determine this by leaning up against a wall. If the shoulder pad hits the wall before your actual shoulder, then it is too big for you. Another way to tell is that if the shoulder has a divot, the coat is too wide. If it forms an X shape when buttoned, it is too snug. Aim for somewhere in the middle.

HIGH ARMHOLES

The armholes of a jacket can be the small difference between a will-fitting modern jacket and a poor fitting, more conservatively cut jacket. The main aim is to have them high, but without having any restriction of movement. When moving your arm, your whole jacket should not move with it.

This is something else that cannot be tailored, so it is important that you check before you purchase. There is nothing worse than a suit jacket that is too small/big and it is noticeable a mile off. Ensure it fits well and gives you a complete range of motions both buttoned up and unbuttoned.

DRESS FOR YOUR BODY TYPE

You should try and wear a suit that compliments your body type. If you are short, stick to single-breasted jackets. If you go for a double breasted jacket, it can make you look like you are drowning in fabric and appear smaller. If you are bigger around your middle, wear a lower buttoning jacket rather than one with a high placket in order to get a longer silhouette.

The fit of your suit should be close to your body, but not too close otherwise it will look like you are being smothered. Usually, a tailor will need to take in the sides of your suit to create a trimmer silhouette.

THE RIGHT ACCESSORIES

Make sure that you opt for the right accessories for the occasion. A silver tie looks great with a black tuxedo. Coloured ties are also great for a range of occasions, as long as it doesn’t take the focus away from your overall suit. When choosing a belt, black is the best option, unless you are wearing a khaki-toned suit, which should be worn with a brown belt. Match your belt buckle to the other accessories you are wearing, such as your watch.

Tie pins are great for practicality as well as accessorizing. Go for a style that matches your overall look and go down the same road with your cufflinks. You generally do not need any other type of accessory; you don’t want to overdo it. Stick with these basics to bling up a suit and it’s just enough to add that dapper touch.

MINIMUM TROUSER BREAK

The ‘trouser break’ refers to the amount of fabric that is left over after the leg ends that drape over the shoes. The fashion trend of right now is to have little to no trouser break. This looks great with the slim fits that are really popular now. If you’re going for a look that is a compromise of trendy and appropriate, go for a small break. Anything more and it will look like you are borrowing your dad’s suit- not a good look!

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5 Myths About the Hermès Birkin, Debunked

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NO OTHER DESIGNER BAG HAS AS MUCH LORE AROUND ITS ACQUISITION—OR AS MANY MISCONCEPTIONS

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GUCCI GETS ‘STAR TREK’ CHIC FOR FALL 2017 CAMPAIGN

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Gucci unveils fall-winter 2017 campaign

Gucci unveils fall-winter 2017 campaign

After last season’s 'Soul Scene' campaign, Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele looks to sci-fi with the brand’s fall-winter 2017 campaign. Featuring gadgets from ‘Star Trek’ and 50’s B-movie references, welcome to 'Gucci and Beyond'. The advertisements were captured by photographer Glen Luchford with art direction by Christopher Simmonds. Aliens, dinosaurs, cows and more make an appearance in the fantastical shots. As always, Michele’s eclectic and romantic designs shine in the new campaign.

GUCCI FALL/WINTER 2017 CAMPAIGN

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Dover Street Market: DSM Singapore To Open 29 July 2017

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IMAGES: DSM SINGAPORE

If you’re a fan of all things Dover Street Market, you’ll be pleased as peas that Singapore’s very own outpost will be opening this Saturday at 18 Dempsey Road. Yes, folks, after many months since news first leaked that Singapore will be getting her very own DSM, doors officially open on 29 July 2017.

And if it is anything like DSM stores in London and Tokyo, what with their quirky decor, well-curated merchandise and sales staff that will go the extra mile for you, this could be the best thing for all you jaded shoppers (and the boost that brick-and-mortar retail needs badly) in Singapore yet. Who’s excited?

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