LONGCHAMP CAVALCADE BAG

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Longchamp Cavalcade Bag

The Longchamp Cavalcade Bag is the newest affordable designer handbag. The name Cavalcade actually means – ‘a formal procession of people walking, on horseback’. The name sounds chic, the bag is elegant and it’s built with Italian craftsmanship.

The Cavalcade Bag is designed to use as an everyday bag. The bag is practical due to its ideal volume. The lambskin leather is also smooth and durable.

The Shoulder Bag

Longchamp Cavalcade Bag

There are two versions (for now). There is a shoulder bag version and a backpack bag version. The shoulder bag version is a hobo bag and it’s constructed with a round-shaped flap. The center is made with a newly designed lock in gold hardware. What’s more? Take a look at the 3 lines of topstitching that set off with metal rivets underlining the round shape (of the flap)

The Longchamp Cavalcade Hobo Bag measures 11.8’ 9.4’ x 3.5’ inches, priced at $755 USD, €550 EUR, £500 GBP

The Backpack

Longchamp Cavalcade Bag

The backpack is built with the same detail but the shape is entirely different. The interior is much more spacious but the front flap looks the same as the satchel bag. Behind the flap, there are two drawstrings to tighten or loosen the interior.

The Longchamp Cavalcade Backpack measures 10.2’ x 11’ x 3.9’ inch, priced at $725 USD, €530 EUR, £480 GBP via Longchamp boutiques.

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Longchamp Cavalcade Bag

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Longchamp Cavalcade Bag

Longchamp Cavalcade Bag

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Longchamp Cavalcade Bag

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80S MAKEUP: TOP TRENDS TO CHANNEL YOUR INNER STAR

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Photo: Depositphotos.com
Photo: Depositphotos.com

Those who lived through the 10 years known as the 80s, they know the period was a very interesting moment in history. Beauty had some highs and lows during the 80s. The good news is that the trends of the 80s makeup are making a big comeback some 30 years later.

After three decades, we are again ready to welcome the return of bright, badass 80s makeup that will take you out of the comfort zone. Basically, that is the essence of 80s makeup, to step out of your comfort zone. Imagine David Bowie, Madonna in her early years, and so on.

Before we go to the trends of the 80s makeup, we have to mention that ladies of the 80s wore a lot of makeup. But hey, those girls just wanted to have fun, right? With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the trends that are making a big comeback.

BLUE, PURPLE, AND PINK EYESHADOW

Being a cool girl in the 80s meant having a colorful eyeshadow. And your normal colors didn’t do the trick. Back in the 80s, if you wanted to be cool, you had to have some unusual color for your eyeshadow. Think of blue, pink, and purple. And some girls even combined all of these colors at once. Talk about colorful makeup.

ROCKER EYE/PINK LIP COMBO

Nowadays, we see some ladies rock the pink lip, or the rocker eye. But rarely we see these two combinations together. That is what made the 80s a “hot mess”.

When done lightly, the look works wonderfully. Make sure to define your lower lashes. If you want to be as authentic as possible, strive for that raccoon look of the 80s.

MUTED LIP

This sophisticated look has been around for a while. Some few years ago, designers like Gucci, Stella McCartney, Victoria Beckham, Valentino, Ralph Lauren, and others opted for lips either dabbed with balm or blotted with the faintest hint of color. Muted lips are not “naked mouths”. The latter is an overall rejection of makeup, while the former is a sophisticated makeup look.

SUNNY SHADES

In the 80s, men and women loved to dress up for going to the beach. And that meant a lot of coral lipstick, shimmery-gold eyeshadow, and other sunny shades incorporated in your makeup. You can definitely see why this trend is making a comeback. Ladies nowadays love to look like bronze goddesses, and the 80s makeup makes that possible.

LASH-TO-LID EYESHADOW

This is something our parents used to do all the time. The latest eyeshadow trend to hit Instagram is a wash of powdery shadow extending from lash to lid. It is very easy to master the technique, and you can even use your fingers.

Photo: Depositphotos.com
Photo: Depositphotos.com

HEAVY EYELINER

As mentioned previously, raccoon eyes were popular back in the days. Folks were keen on creating them on purpose. To get the look, you had to trace the tops and bottoms of each lid with matte black eyeliner, and then smudge it all together. The result was rock-n-roll vibes that you have to love. Nowadays, we use a gel pot or satin crayon for this particular look.

NEON EVERYTHING

We talked about how colors were a huge part of the 80s makeup. And that means a lot of neon colors. Back in the days, you could see neon colors on leg warmers and fanny packs, and even on headbands. The neon colors made their way to the lipstick industry, producing colors like electric pink, which can flatten nearly all skin tones.

BOLD AND BUSHY BROWS

Thick and natural eyebrows are now more popular than ever. That is an 80s makeup trend that we managed to incorporate easily thanks to models like Cara Delevigne. You need to brush a brow gel, tinted or clear through your eyebrows in the morning, and go from there.

DRAPING

Speaking of interesting and unique techniques, we have to speak about draping, or contouring with blush. The technique is known as “color grow”, and it has been around for a while. With this technique, you use a blush not only on your cheeks, but you blend it all over. The result is a higher and sharper cheekbones that look as intense as ever.

STATEMENT LASHES

Some 10 years ago, everything else than black mascara was a no-no. Nowadays, however, colored mascara is making a big comeback. The plain old black is just way too boring. We have burgundy to complement any eyeshadow color, or turquoise for your hazel eyes. The colored mascara is so popular, you can even mix and match the shades by applying one color on the top, and another one to the bottom lashes. The result is more flair than ever.

METALLIC LIPSTICK

Thanks to the 80s makeup making a comeback, we have frosted lips again. This time around, there are more options to choose from than in the 80s. Back in the 80s, you had only baby pink.

WHY ARE 80S MAKING A COMEBACK?

The 80s were a time of extremes in fashion, music, and makeup. But they were also a time of major creativity. In the 80s, people heard for the very first time of things like colored mascara. While nowadays coating your lashes with shades of burnt orange, green, or cobalt is normal, back in the 80s, colored mascara was a revolution.

The good news is 80s vibes look better than ever. Nowadays, we have 80s makeup, but done in a pretty way.

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SOFIA RESING IS MARTIAN GLAM FOR GALORE MAGAZINE

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Sofia Resing Is Martian Glam for Galore Magazine

Sofia Resing channels 1960’s housewife meets alien glam for a new feature from Galore Magazine. Lensed by Enrique Vega, the normally bronzed model gets painted pink in the spread. Stylist Stacey Cunningham (See Management) selects a retro inspired wardrobe including pant suits, ruffled dresses and sleek coats. / Set Design by Sara Foldanuer

Sofia Resing Is Martian Glam for Galore Magazine

Sofia Resing Is Martian Glam for Galore Magazine

Sofia Resing Is Martian Glam for Galore Magazine

Sofia Resing Is Martian Glam for Galore Magazine

Sofia Resing Is Martian Glam for Galore Magazine

Sofia Resing Is Martian Glam for Galore Magazine

Sofia Resing Is Martian Glam for Galore Magazine

Sofia Resing Is Martian Glam for Galore Magazine


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SOFIA RESING IS MARTIAN GLAM FOR GALORE MAGAZINE

Sofia Resing Is Martian Glam for Galore Magazine

Sofia Resing channels 1960’s housewife meets alien glam for a new feature from Galore Magazine. Lensed by Enrique Vega, the normally bronzed model gets painted pink in the spread. Stylist Stacey Cunningham (See Management) selects a retro inspired wardrobe including pant suits, ruffled dresses and sleek coats. / Set Design by Sara Foldanuer

Sofia Resing Is Martian Glam for Galore Magazine

Sofia Resing Is Martian Glam for Galore Magazine

Sofia Resing Is Martian Glam for Galore Magazine

Sofia Resing Is Martian Glam for Galore Magazine

Sofia Resing Is Martian Glam for Galore Magazine

Sofia Resing Is Martian Glam for Galore Magazine

Sofia Resing Is Martian Glam for Galore Magazine

Sofia Resing Is Martian Glam for Galore Magazine


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LONGCHAMP X CLO’E FLOIRAT BAG COLLECTION

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Longchamp is teaming up with a distinctive artist Clo’e Floirat. She is also known as an art critic aka ‘artist-critic’. Her art journey took her from New York to the Netherlands and Berlin. The art she created combine drawing with critical orientation, into what’s called drawing Crit’writing that expresses critical, humorous contemporary art.

There are few Longchamp handbags created that are twisted with her art. These are limited editions and designed in multicolor with funny drawings.

Here are the details:

Longchamp x Clo’e Floirat Travel L Bag in Cotton Canvas
Size: 17.7’ x 13.8’ x 9 ‘inch
Prices: $480 USD, €290 EUR, £265 GBP

Longchamp x Clo’e Floirat Travel L Bag in Nylon Canvas
Size: 17.7’ x 13.8’ x 9 ‘inches
Prices: $365 USD, €220 EUR, £205 GBP

Longchamp x Clo’e Floirat S Top Handles
Size: 9’ x 8.7’ x 5.5’ inches
Prices: $200 USD, €120 EUR, £110 GBP

Longchamp x Clo’e Floirat L Tote Bag
Size: 12.2’ x 11.8 ‘x 7.5’ inches
Prices: $300 USD, €180 EUR, £170 GBP

Longchamp Cloe Bag

Longchamp Cloe Bag

Longchamp Cloe Bag

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ADRIANA! GIGI! BEHATI! SEE THE 2018 VICTORIA’S SECRET FASHION SHOW

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Angels walk the finale at the 2018 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria's Secret
Angels walk the finale at the 2018 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria’s Secret

The 2018 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show was a milestone for several reasons. First, it marked veteran Angel Adriana Lima’slast walk on the runway. It also marked the lingerie brand’s return to America for the first time in three years with production set in New York City. The show featured seven different sections–Glam Royale, Golden Angel, Flights of Fancy, PINK, Floral Fantasy, Downtown Angel and Celestial Angel.

Related: 14 Victoria’s Secret Angels Who Rule(d) the Runway

A collaboration with Greek designer Mary Katrantzou included colorful floral prints, gloves and even pants. The cast featured a mix of new faces as well as supermodels like Kendall Jenner, Gigi and Bella Hadid, Candice Swanepoel and Behati Prinsloo. Angel Elsa Hosk had the honor of wearing the Fantasy Bra which is valued at $1 million and decorated with Swarovski Created Diamonds.


VICTORIA’S SECRET 2018 FASHION SHOW PHOTOS

Aiden Curtiss walks the 2018 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria's Secret
Aiden Curtiss walks the 2018 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria’s Secret
Alexina Graham walks the 2018 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria's Secret
Behati Prinsloo walks the 2018 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria's Secret
Behati Prinsloo walks the 2018 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris


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Cindy Bruna walks the 2018 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria's Secret
Cindy Bruna walks the 2018 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty













Gigi Hadid walks the 2018 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria’s Secret









Josephine Skriver walks the 2018 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria's Secret
Josephine Skriver walks the 2018 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria’s Secret
Kendall Jenner walks the 2018 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria's Secret
Kendall Jenner walks the 2018 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria’s Secret
Lais Ribeiro walks the 2018 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria's Secret
Lais Ribeiro walks the 2018 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria’s Secret
Lameka Fox walks the 2018 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria's Secret
Lameka Fox walks the 2018 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria’s Secret
Liu Wen walks the 2018 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria's Secret
Liu Wen walks the 2018 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria’s Secret
Sara Sampaio walks the 2018 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria's Secret
Sara Sampaio walks the 2018 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria’s Secret
Taylor Hill walks the 2018 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria's Secret
Taylor Hill walks the 2018 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria’s Secret

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