The popularity of Eastern European fashion doesn't seem to be waning anytime soon. Like Bella Hadid, who has worn the cool leather coats of Georgia's Situationist and the hats of Ukraine's Ruslan Baginskiy , Rihanna has also turned her eye towards an emerging designer from Eastern Europe. Yesterday, at the Fenty Beauty launch at Sephora in Madrid, Spain, Rihanna wore a pretty off-the-shoulder dress from the Spring 2018 collection of Ukrainian designer Marianna Senchina .
Tired? Exhausted? Worn out from the work week? This week's best fashion Instagrams might just be the pick-me-up content you need. Saccharine colors had quite the moment: Gigi Hadid made a case for the millennial Barbie look IRL in a head-turning hot pink suit . She posed alongside Michel Gaubert, also in pink, while at the Fendi show rehearsals. Suki Waterhouse had a pink moment, too, and sat pretty in a charming, Pepto Bismol-hued room, what was the perfect foil to her cool polo.
Need a cheap-and-chic antidote to the luxury handbag? Take the simple string bag, or rather, the net bag. This Fashion Week, the modest mesh piece has made several cameos on the street, as well as on the runway. In London, well-heeled women wore the netted carryall in an easygoing way: One showgoer sported a pared-back white version, wrapped around the wrist, and another Phil Oh subject carried a more elevated take that boasted leather strap handles.
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Selecting a term
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