As the summer slowly starts to wind down, it’s time to look forward to the Fall/Winter Fashions. With that being said, the September issue cover models have been released and how stunning do each of the women look. The September issues of Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire, Vanity Fair and Glamour magazines are some of the must have issues that every fashion blogger and fashionista much have.
In case you have yet to see the cover models for some of your favorite fashion mags, here are a few I want to share with you:
Tonight was the highly anticipated 2015 Met Gala and it was worth the wait. Gabrielle Union, Kerry Washington, Taraji P. Henson, Katy Perry, Solange, Beyoncé, and Kim Kardashian West just to name a few.
This was the who’s who of entertainment wearing the who’s who of fashion. The fashionistas brought their A game to this year’s Met Gala.
Here are my faves that came to slay the red carpet and slay they did:
1. Beyoncé shut down the red carpet in this stunning Givenchy gown draped in Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.
2. Zenadya looked amazing in her Chinese inspired look.
3. Sarah Jessica Parker always looks glamorous on the red carpet and that headpiece is everything.
4. I loved everything about Gabrielle Union’s gown and look. The simplicity in her dress beautiful.
5. The ever so fashionable Solange looked stunning as well her dress details were very nice.
Now that the red carpet is over, it’s time for my best and worst dress artists of the night.
How gorgeous did Ciara look tonight? Nicki, Jhene, Taylor, Katy, Gwen, JHud and Beyoncé all looked flawless in there designer dresses. I can’t forget about the men John Mayer and Ne-Yo looked very handsome in their suits.
For its house’s pre-fall runway show, Prada shows us that black will be the staple color for fall. Pieces of this chic collection will definitely be seen on the streets of Paris, New York, and Milan.
Miuccia Prada was quoted backstage at the fashion show saying, “I always think, Why can’t we have the same thing for women as for men? Known and simple things. Really, that is what I like. Easier to do than ‘fashion.’” And she shrugged, with a laugh. “So it was a very consoling thing to do!” You will note, however, that the girls in this show are wearing dresses and skirts and the boys are in pants. A dissertation in “gender-neutral” dressing—that new buzz phrase for the trend toward what Jonathan Anderson calls a “shared wardrobe,” this collection is not.