A hair trend that once sat atop the heads of Rachel Green, Cher Horowtiz and even Hillary Clinton, the scrunchie represented everything that we loved (or loathed) about nineties fashion. And now, the marmite of the industry has cemented its status in the style stakes thanks to the Insta-pack. Yes, the likes of Bella Hadid , Hailey Baldwin and Selena Gomez have reimagined the scrunchie this season. Only recently, one half of the Hadid sisters was photographed leaving an airport decked in a nineties-inspired tracksuit, multiple layers of gold jewellery and half-moon sunnies. And with a penchant for all things nineties, it’s the accessory the super’s athletic wardrobe was crying out for. Close friend Hailey Baldwin demonstrated how to pay tribute to the must-have on the red carpet. Dressed in a double-breasted blazer dress that wouldn’t look out of place on a polaroid, there was only one way the model could finish the look. With a co-ordinating scrunchie, of course. But it was only a matter of time until the street style set would get on board, as the accessory took centre stage on the SS18 runway. And by no means is this a ‘Clueless’ tribute, as the likes of Mansur Gavriel adopted a rather elegant approach to the scrunchie. And in celebration of the cult item’s comeback, take a look at the celebrities sporting the look and how you can adopt the trend this season. Carrie Bradshaw would not be happy… Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Woman creates the world’s most expensive shoes Selena Gomez’s mismatched shoes are this season’s biggest trend What the celebrities wore this weekend: 28 October 2017
At first glance, wearing two different shoes may look like an unfortunate fashion fail, but the mismatched shoe trend has been seen all over the runways of designers like Celine, Calvin Klein and Moschino. The mismatched shoe trend is quickly becoming a fashion do thanks to stylish celebrities like Selena Gomez and Nicole Kidman rocking the trend on Hollywood red carpets. It’s also quickly becoming a fashion do thanks to stylish celebrities like Selena Gomez and Nicole Kidman rocking the trend on Hollywood red carpets. Recently, Selena Gomez used a geometric pair of mismatch heels by Jacquemus to punch up her outfit at the third annual InStyle Awards. The geometric block heels add interest to the otherwise simple outfit, hair and makeup. For true fashion lovers, mismatched shoes are exactly what your wardrobe needs to up your style game to Vogue editorial status. Click through the gallery above to see more celebrities who have rocked the trend. Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @ YahooStyleCA! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram .
Zendaya, Cate Blanchett and Cindy Crawford were among the celebrities who gathered at the third annual InStyle Awards in LA on Monday night.
Another night of New York Fashion Week, another star-studded party bursting with glamour. At Friday night’s Harper’s Bazaar Icons bash, we took note of Selena Gomez’s perfect pink turtleneck mini-dress by Valentino (aka the piece everyone is going to be hunting for to complete their dream fall wardrobe)—so we knew we needed to keep a close eye on what she wore next. And after seeing her in Rodarte at last night’s Business of Fashion 500 gala, we’re glad we had her on our radar. The singer did not disappoint in the dreamy, peekaboo lace gown which she juxtaposed with vampy lipstick.
Selena Gomez clearly understands the importance of both comfort and couture, even if she has been known to fly in leather pants. She will pair pajamas with heels; she will rock sneakers with a fresh-from-fashion-week spaghetti-strap dress — and yes, we appreciate the stylish juxtapositions. Who: Selena Gomez Wearing: Isabel Marant Spring 2017 RTW Where: Buenos Aires A post shared by Check The Tag (@checkthetag) on Mar 28, 2017 at 9:29pm PDT
Selena Gomez and The Weeknd couldn’t keep their hands off each other as they emerged from Giorgio Baldi. Selena Gomez is a veritable master of mixing high-end fashion brands with relaxed street-style staples. The stylish singer can rock an £6 top, crush in a simple £36 swimsuit, and model for Louis Vuitton, thank you very much.
Audrey Hepburn once said, “there is a shade of red for every woman” and she appears to have been right. Various hues of red have dominated the red carpet for decades and it’s still a top pick today – at least a dozen celebrities wore the bold shade to the 2017 Golden Globes.
Pajama sets, night gowns and slip dresses have all made their way from the bedroom to the streets — and with more celebrities stepping out in their coziest threads, this trend doesn’t seem to be going anywhere.
Selena Gomez has reportedly signed a huge $10 million deal with luxury brand Coach. It’s a smart move for the brand as Selena remains the most followed person on Instagram for the second year running with a whopping 104 million followers. From Kanye West to Victoria Beckham, plenty of celebrities have attempted to break the fashion industry.
Private Party, Solid & Striped, La Perla… celebrities have access to all the swimwear brands we’ve been lusting after lately. Whether it’s Bella Hadid reclining in a teeny tiny two piece or Taylor Swift rocking a must-have swimsuit, these A-list ladies keep on inspiring our poolside wardrobe…
Via GIPHY When we think of 90′s fashion we think Saved by the Bell, Britney Spears, and the cast of Friends. Rachel Green’s wardrobe was cute as heck, but there are some 90′s trends we would not long ago cringe at, oblivious to the fact we’d soon be flaunting those trends as if we never hated them. If ‘Kengi’ wears it, we totally can too, right? Here are some 90′s trends that have come back in the best way, and are totally relevant again.
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For Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift, the HeartRadio Music Awards was just another red carpet — one at which the BFFs brought their sartorial A-game.