Gerçek Süpermodeller Versace Podyumunda!


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Yukarıdaki fotoğraf karesi 90’lı yıllara ait değil. Bugün gerçekleşen Versace İlkbahar/Yaz 2018defilesinden. Koleksiyonun tamamını 20 yıl önce aramızdan ayrılan efsane tasarımcı Gianni Versace‘ye ithaf eden Donatella Versace, defilenin finalinde sezonun en ikonik ve duygusal moda anlarından birine imza attı.

Donatella Versace ile birlikte podyuma çıkan Claudia Schiffer, Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Carla Bruni ve Helena Christensen, 90’ların ışıltısı yüksek podyumlarına selam durdu. Ayakta alkışlanan bu final gerek davetlilerden, gerekse defileyi sosyal medyadan takip edenler tarafından büyük bir beğeniyle karşılandı.

Trajik bir cinayete kurban giden abisine, defile boyunca fonda sürekli çalan bir konuşmayla seslenen Donatella “Bu koleksiyon senin için Gianni” diyordu.

 Donatella Versace’nin İkonik Stilinden Neler Öğrendik?Kendi Hayatının Kraliçesi OlSiyah Stil KurtarırPlatin SaçlarHer Yerde Stil Sahibi Ol!Tadını Çıkar!İddialı Ol!


Trust the Scandi style babes to provide an undeniably chic shoe showcase. At Copenhagen Fashion Week this year, we witnessed incredible footwear game. We’re talking next-level sneakers, sleek slides and a relatively new shape to jump back on the scene – the slingback. It’s a pretty-as option for every occasion – check out the street-style experts below for some sweet inspiration…
Copenhagen Fashion week slingbacks | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

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With a dress

Slingbacks not only look slick, but they can be a fresh alternative to old-faithful sneakers – especially when you pair them with the dress of the season (we’re looking at you, floral maxi) and great shades. If you’re after a little more coverage, layer a plain tee with the look and finish with a classic black shoulder bag.
Dior slingbacks | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

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With a denim mini

With that 80s thing doing the rounds at the moment, it’s time to dust off those pins and air them out. Make like Camille Charrière and pair your slingbacks with a denim mini and loose-fit knit. Extra points for matching mellow yellow accessories.
Fluffy slingbacks | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

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With an oversized blazer

Slingbacks aren’t only about leather and muted tones, they can be bright and playful, too. This outfit turns typically corporate pieces – a blazer and heels – on their head. Clock up a street-style win in a bold double-breasted blazer and slingbacks fluffier than a sheep with a blow-dry. Embrace the fun, guys.
Poppy pattern skirt | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

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With clashing prints

One way to get noticed is wearing head-to-toe clashing prints. Trust us, it works. We’re kind of obsessed with loud floral prints and the cool crew in Copenhagen were, too. If all-over prints is a bit OTT for you, then pair the prints with a classic white shirt and finish with demure slingbacks.
red shirt with slingbacks | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

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With statement sleeves

We love a striped shirt here at ASOS HQ and this outfit has been effortlessly elevated by combining it with other timeless pieces: baby-blue denim and simple black slingbacks. Minimal chic at its best.


Last year, Fashion Discovery was launched to find and nurture fashion’s most exciting emerging brands. Two winners were given a grant of £50,000 each, along with business support, plus an edit of their collections sold on London-based HANGER wowed at every stage with its distinct British-Japanese influences, ‘Made in London’ sustainability and unique latex craftsmanship. We sat down with its designer Claire Yurika Davis…

Model wearing clothes from HANGER brand | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

Tell us about yourself

I grew up in London, but as I’m half Japanese, my aesthetic is very influenced by Japanese culture. It’s really over the top, while also being minimal – if that makes sense?! It’s extreme simplicity, in a way.

What made you want to start your own label?

Ever since I was a kid, I always wanted to be a designer. I was constantly changing up my clothes and when I was about eight, my mum bought me a sewing machine from a car-boot sale. Making clothes has just always seemed like the natural thing to do.

Model wearing clothes from HANGER brand | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed
Model wearing clothes from HANGER brand | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

Tell us about the inspiration behind this collection?

It follows on from my last one, which looked at Bosozoku biker girl gangs. It’s called Spring Demon because that’s the name I’ve given to my fictional gang. In my mind, it follows a story. They have a clash with another gang, so they need to put on their best battle garms.

Model wearing clothes from HANGER brand | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

Do you make these clothes with any particular in mind?

Girls who wear whatever they want, you know? Confident and assertive.

So, why latex? 

It’s super-simple, but also really impactful. I was mesmerised by the way it moved. It’s so unusual and, also, I like a challenge! Initially, it was hard learning how to use it and I started out watching videos and tutorials on the internet.

Model wearing clothes from HANGER brand | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

What was your favourite part of the competition?

Winning! And celebrating, obviously. The party was fun. And being able to start planning and putting into action things that I’d wanted to do for a while.

Why do you think it’s important to shine a spotlight on emerging brands?

In London, it’s all about the emerging designer. But it can be financially and mentally difficult. So it’s important for there to be support because it’s genuinely a hard slog and people need to help and recognise young brands a lot more.

Model wearing clothes from HANGER brand | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed
Model wearing clothes from HANGER brand | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

Any advice to the future generation of designers?

Budget. Always budget. Keep in mind what your goals are. Set goals and then measure yourself against them. Otherwise it’s really hard to look at your work objectively, especially when you’re the owner and designer. Sometimes you’re so deep in it that you can’t see it from a wider perspective.

Fashion Discovery 2017

Think you’ve got what it takes to win this year’s competition? We want to help you take your brand to the next level with prize money of £50,000, mentoring from our experts, plus your collection sold on ASOS for at least two seasons. Apply now for your chance to win big for your brand.