The mid-summer holiday season is still very much in full force — that much is apparent from the steady flow of tropical escapades displayed on Instagram feeds and stories. First up is Chrissy Teigen with daughter Luna, who are in Venice to join John Legend for his concert stop. Not forgetting her glam mum wardrobe, Teigen donned a deep green jumpsuit with a matching head wrap for a day of city exploring with her family.
While in Barbados, Rihanna stepped out swathed in bad gal logomania: Louis Vuitton x Supreme denim jacket paired with a Balenciaga logo cap that crowned her new turquoise locks — a 180-degree swerve from her tailored ensemble last week when she met the Macrons in France.
Debuting Perfect Places‘ music video as well as a wholly new look this week, Lorde may not be on vacation herself — but her beachy clip (sans the creepy machete) can double up as a mood board of edgy holiday attires. But if boho inspiration is what you’re in need of, look no further than Poppy Delevingne’s summery mirror selfie.
From Tyler the Creator’s apt park OOTD to the reinvented Calvin Klein flagship, here are the week’s best fashion Instagram posts you might have missed.
Is it really Lorde if she’s no longer her goth-chic self? In her Perfect Places music video, the singer debuted a new, fashion-forward look — head-to-toe Jacquemus, couture Vaquera — a sartorial move away from her dark persona.
“Behind the scenes of a world I dreamt up and brought to life with my favourite crew. Grant, what a joy to make things with you and spend hours talking s— in directors’ chairs on beaches at midnight. I love you!!! ???? Hope you guys enjoy the video in all its joy, boredom, pain, self-medication and surreality ????????”
Look no further than Poppy Delevingne‘s mirror selfie for inspo on how to wear the season’s hottest summer staple: The Hawaiian shirt.
Finding respite within the concrete jungle’s park, rapper Tyler the Creator still didn’t disappoint us with his fittingly themed outfit.
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Raf Simons tapped on long-time collaborator artist Ruby Sterling for Calvin Klein’s Madison flagship makeover. Goodbye stark minimalist interior, and hello maximalist industrial space!
“A vision of America: “I wanted the store to generate a very immediate physical experience that could as well be intimately connected to the collections,” Chief Creative Officer Raf Simons says. “The use of very direct and familiar references common to the American visual experience creates a simple and emotional connection with the brand.” #205W39NYC”
Vetements and Balenciaga collaborator who also happens to be Demna Gvasalia’s ultra close friend, Lotta Volkova, isn’t the type you’d find baking herself at the beach. She’d rather cover up in stirrup pants and lounge on a fluorescent pink towel somewhere in her backyard.