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How 10 Real Women Style Rick Owens Sneakers

Renowned for his post-apocalyptic, avant garde aesthetic, Rick Owens has amassed a loyal following in the high fashion arena. On the opposite end of that spectrum, the brand’s footwear strikes a universal chord with a family of styles inspired by classic Converse. For this week’s Instagram roundup, we’re highlighting...
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Billie Eilish rocks deconstructed Rick Owens trench coat at 64th Grammys Awards

Billie Eilish stayed true to her bold, playful style at the 64th annual Grammy awards on Sunday evening, arriving in a deconstructed trench coat.The “Happier Than Ever” singer took to the red carpet in a full black look from Rick Owens’ fall/winter 2022 collection. Her flowing black trench coat featured an unconventional neckline, with her head emerging behind the collar – which hung loosely across her chest.The arms of the jacket also fell to both sides, with the back forming a train as she walked. She wore the quirky piece over a knee-skimming black dress, paired with black neoprene platform...
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Billie Eilish Made the Goths Proud at the 2022 Grammys in Rick Owens

Exactly a week after winning her first-ever Oscar, Billie Eilish is back for another of the most major red carpet events of the year. Just like last time, the 20-year-old musician wore head-to-toe black (including hair-wise, now that she’s put her formerly signature neon green roots in the past). But while the Gucci ruffles she wore last weekend were palatable for all types of subcultures, this Sunday night, Eilish turned up to the 64th annual Grammy Awards in a look only fit for the goths. She and her stylist Andrew Mukamal went with a cut-out cocoon coat that had Eilish’s head emerging from behind, instead of in front of, your typical outerwear neckline. Beneath, she wore a cinched black gown that covered at least a couple more feet on the carpet than her platform sock boots.
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Rosalía Gets Edgy in Rick Owens Thigh-High Platforms and Maison Margiela Tabi Boots While In Paris

Click here to read the full article. If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Footwear News may receive an affiliate commission. Rosalía knows a cult fashion item when she sees it. The “Motomami” star recently posted a series of images on Instagram showing that she can style edgy, in-the-know footwear with just about anything — and effortlessly pull it off. While in Paris, Rosalía cycled through a series of looks. The first was an oversized black blazer over a black dress or shirt and skirt combo. The star slung a black crossbody over her...
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Rick Owens and Miss Fame Attend Carine Roitfeld’s Perfume Bash

Click here to read the full article. Carine Roitfeld welcomed guests with a pchit, pchit, pchit of scent — her very own, named Carine — Friday night at Kith Paris, a day after it launched there. The fragrance’s patchouli notes wafted through the air as cool kids, models and fashion folk, including Rick Owens, Michèle Lamy and Delphine Arnault, milled about.More from WWDSheltersuit RTW Fall 2022Kenneth Ize RTW FW 2022Balenciaga RTW fall 2022 “For me a smell is very important. It’s a way to remember things or people. I am very faithful with perfume,” said Roitfeld, explaining that for a decade she...

Teyana Taylor, Honey Dijon Sit Front Row at Rick Owens

Click here to read the full article. NO KIDDING: There was no special treatment for well-known faces including Teyana Taylor at the doors of the Palais de Tokyo Thursday evening, where guests struggled through the crowd to gain access to the Rick Owens show. “Be careful, I’ve got a little one here,” urged Taylor as she sought to protect her 6-year-old daughter Junie, who looked quite the fashion habitué for the occasion in her black balaclava, dark glasses and biker jacket, as they moved through the scrum. “It was OK, I can’t wait to see the show,” shrugged Taylor a little...
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Rick Owens and Aesop Want You to Feel Serene

It was a pulsating scene at Rick Owens’s latest womenswear presentation in Paris on Thursday, as models wielded handheld, gold-plated fog machines down the runway like post-apocalyptic thuribles, dispersing scented clouds through the Palais de Tokyo. But wrapped up in all that brutalist alchemy was something novel: the fragrance anointing the room, the show notes revealed, is from an upcoming collaboration between the designer and the cerebral Australian skincare-beauty brand Aesop. The two companies, according to an Aesop press release, found kinship in their steadfast sensibilities: “What might first appear a contradiction is soon revealed as a story of shared philosophies—a desire for serenity, a dedication to simplicity and an appreciation of considerate, nonconformist design.”
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Rick Owens Fall 2022 Is Gothic, Otherworldly Beauty at Its Best

Once the Rick Owens show rolls around, you know you're about to see something unlike anything else you saw thus far during the four fashion weeks. The designer's Fall 2022 collection, shown in Paris Thursday, was no exception — although there was something about it that felt of-the-moment (thanks to goth-leaning celebs like Julia Fox and Ye perhaps?), while also completely removed from any specific time or space. With his retro-futurist sensibility, Owens has always had a knack for this.
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Smoke and shimmers at Rick Owens

Models in Rick Owens’ Paris fashion show stepped out of the mist wrapped in a collection called "Strobe" - with elongated silhouettes, prominent shoulders and long tubular arms. (March 4) Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress. Website: https://apnews.com. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/. ​. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/3ae1af8ac1c24803acaa49266d1c7d9b.