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Harry Styles Wears a $4K Gucci Coat and Vans Sneakers in NYC

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I’ll be more than alright this Fall if Harry Styles continues to provide such top-notch style inspiration. It’s just like him to flash cool Gucci street wear (this time he did so while entering Jeremy O. Harris’ ‘Slave Play’ on Broadway in New York City), but Harry goes above and beyond. He didn’t just model the Textured G Wool Coat from the Milan based label, for which he’s a muse, he topped off his outfit with a patchwork denim newsboy cap and rocked a pair of Vans. Harry Styles is my outfit hero.

The singer’s jacket, which rings in at $3,500 plus tax, presents a new take on the signature G monogram, with an ornamental patch on the sleeve and oversize stitched pockets. It looks as comfortable as my friggin’ terry cloth robe. It’s a dream. Underneath, Harry layered a white tee under a multicolor cardigan, wide-leg jeans, and he accessorized with chunky rings and a turquoise cross necklace. We may not all be able to afford Harry’s prized Gucci design, but we can absolutely pull off a similar ’70s-inspired wardrobe. Consider this outfit on deck.

Shop clockwise from top left: SK Hat shop Men’s Summer Cotton Greek Fisherman Sailor Fiddler Driver Hat Flat Cap ($12-$17, originally $35), Gucci Textured G wool coat with label ($3,500), Vans ‘Sk8-Hi’ Sneaker ($65-$70), Shein Contrast Geometric Ring Set 5pcs ($3), Zara Premium Wide Leg Jeans ($70)





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Third Elaine Gold Launch Pad designers meet latest milestone

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The fellows of the third Elaine Gold Launch Pad have reached a new milestone within the program, pitching their ‘Design Sprint’ presentations to the selection committee.

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The pitch process marks the latest phase of the program since the launch pad—a joint venture of the Council of Fashion Designers of America and the Accessories Council dedicated to supporting young design talent—announced its finalists in July: Rui Zhou of Rui Zhou, Dana Hurwitz and Maria Pershadsingh of Bond Hardware, Graham Baldwin of Graham Tyler, Shanel Campbell of Bed On Water, and Loren Thomas and Caragh Bennet of Tribe + Glory.

In partnership with the Accessories Council, each brand pitched for a micro grant of $5,000, $10,000, and $15,000 to build their brand and work toward their final launch pad presentation, scheduled for next March. 

The CFDA announced that a total of up to $75,000 was allotted for this Design Sprint pulled from the combined total funds of up to $175,000. After deliberating, the committee decided to give each brand $15,000. 

In addition, CFDA President and CEO Steven Kolb announced that, “through funding and as a special gift through Valentino, each Elaine Gold Launch Pad Fellow will receive an additional $20,000 to aid with local production.”

According to the CFDA, Rui Zhou plans to use the funds to focus on her production through purchasing machines and developing her fabric, as well as allotting funds to her show budget for New York Fashion Week Fall-Winter 2020.

Likewise, Dana Hurwitz and Maria Pershadsingh plan to use the funds to prioritize website and e-commerce improvements for Bond Hardware, while Graham Baldwin plans to focus on textile and product development for Graham Tyler.

Shanel Campbell will use the funds for materials, production and marketing at her label, Bed On Water, and designer duo Tribe + Glory plans to use the money to optimize their online presence and launch a new website by next March.

The next step for the launch pad fellows is the ‘360 Blueprint Presentations,’ scheduled in March.

This past February, the second Elaine Gold Launch Pad grand prize of $55,000 was awarded to designers Angela Luna and Loulwa Al Saad of Adiff and Morganne Leigh of Tyche + Iset, as the two bands tied for first place. 

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If you regularly turn to Instagram for outfit inspiration, you’ve likely seen slip skirts popping up more often in the past few months. Whether you credit that leopard midi skirt as being the start of it all (see its very own Instagram if you don’t know what we’re talking about), or you think the piece evolved from the classic layering garment it gets its name from, one thing is undeniable: the trend is real, and it’s everywhere.

Once a new piece or look starts trending, we’re not surprised when we see it on the shelves of all our favorite fashion retailers. Each brand churns out a different iteration of the style — sometimes in a vibrant pattern or with a unique new embellishment — but we’re particularly fond of this option from Banana Republic. Not only is it affordable and high quality, but it comes in two neutral tones for maximum versatility. In other words, you’ll want to add this to your cart quick because we can already predict it’ll sell out fast.

Need a few suggestions on how to style it? We’ve got you. Keep scrolling to see how Instagram’s most stylish set will be wearing slip skirts this Winter and beyond.





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