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Tag: logo trend
In case you've already tired of the more common options.
Your problem with logo T-shirts probably stems from the fact that people are aaalways wearing the same three iterations over and over and over again. There's that Gucci version that's literally everywhere, that bloom-dotted one from Dolce & Gabbana, that tiny-fonted Saint Laurent... Been
We're seriously considering...
We're no strangers to unbelievably pricey hair accessories, especially when fashion's frenzied crown-deckin' mania peaked with 2019's pearl barrette obsession. But, just to humor you, here's yet another designer mane moment to add to your proverbial collection. Now the question is... Would you buy
In this latest episode of logomania...
Your panic over anything logomanic might have just cooled, and now you'd best be ready to rev it up again...this time up top. A monogram-splashed purse? A belt buckle bearing those revered, interlocked initials, whichever combo you prefer—pick from the usual Cs,
Because we know it can get tricky.
If you're not a print clasher by nature, pulling off the monogrammed bag trend can be a bit harder than expected. That interlocking letter pattern is, after all, already print by itself! Got a vintage, logo-splashed designer purse you've been dying to
Choose your cinch.
Cinching it with a high-end initial is one of the celebrities' fave hobbies these days—we don't blame them, especially as fashion's logo obsession blazes on. So here, a quick roundup of the signature designer belts they prize and prefer:1. Heart Evangelista has
There's Balmain, Dsquared2, Opening Ceremony, MSGM...
This we have to see...and hoard! Via another partnership with GQ, eight of the world’s top menswear designers have remixed the iconic GAP logo sweatshirt as part of the Coolest Designers on the Planet program, established in 2007 to recognize fashion talent
Keep an eye out for the imminent return of these luxury logos.
The iconic initials of names like Fendi, Dior, Louis Vuitton, and even heritage leather goods label Goyard have become omnipresent thanks to 2018's rekindled love affair with logomania. Those Zucca Fs and telltale CDs are more than just letters: They're status symbols!
A thriftier way into the trend!
There are other ways to sport your favorite designer label sans dropping a fortune, you know! While bags will always be the classic option, why not make the most of fashion's current logo fever and sport another brand-brandishing accessory? Below, seven chic
She puts a dainty spin on it.
Think logomania and the mind reels with images of Instagram style stars in Fendi Zucca-splashed sweats, chunky kicks emblazoned with ubiquitous Balenciaga double Bs, and expensively simple white tees that yell Gucci across the chest. In short, it's more street than sweet—that is,
Another iconic logo print is 100% back.
It's always been iconic, but we think the renaissance of Fendi's classic Zucca print is owed to the brand's Spring 2018 runway, which had Kendall Jenner strutting in a monogram-splashed bomber. Instagram's most stylish came, saw, and conquered, and the next thing we knew,
Among a slew of other global talents!
Iconic American clothing brand Gap is proud to have one of the most recognized logos in the world—and to celebrate its history and evolution, the label has collaborated with director Tabitha Denholm (she's done music videos for Florence and the Machine, Haim, and
Score style tips from Jess Connelly!
If you get your sartorial savvy from your mom, chances are she's got a closetful of vintage goodies you're free to raid. An example: the monogrammed handbag she keeps in one corner is the best kind of relic—they've been yoyoing in and
We get to the bottom of it.
If years ago you would cringe at the sight of t-shirts plastered with luxury brand logos front-and-center, then fashion’s latest revival will probably have you rethinking the next time you come across such finds. Enter logomania, the fashion trend that has won