Will Harry Styles Launch His Own Line? We Talk Fashion With The One Direction Star

Harry Styles has received a British Fashion Award, knows his Saint Laurent from his Celine, is a front row veteran and has created his own signature look of printed shirts.

So when we had afternoon tea with him at the launch of the new 1D fragrance Between Us (more on that here), we had to ask if he has any plans to move into fashion, or even, to start his own clothing line. Harry’s headbands has a nice ring to it, don’t you think?

When we asked if he plans to move into fashion he said: “It’s definitely something I’m interested in. I don’t know if I necessarily am qualified to do my own thing, I just wear what I like and what’s comfortable, so I don’t know how qualified I would be to do something like that.”

He added: “But I definitely find it fun, the fun thing with clothes and everything like that is it’s just complete personal opinion and so it’s just whatever you want to say and you want to get across.”

So he wouldn’t want loads of people dressed like Harry Styles? He said: “No maybe not no!”

Former 1D boy Zayn Malik made his Paris Fashion Week debut this week on the front row at Valentino. But don’t expect the whole of 1D to be a front row fixture, Louis said to us: “it’s not that I’m not interested in fashion, I just don’t know about it. I shop in Topman that’s about it.”

Now if you want to win over Harry Styles, go easy on the fragrance as he said he likes “subtle stuff” and “nothing too crazily overpowering” on a woman.

Now in case you’re wondering what Harry Styles smells like, it’s Tom Ford.

GALLERY>> One Direction
At the NRJ Music Awards, Cannes - December 2014

Posing in Vintage

Get to know girl who loves mixing modern and vintage

With a fascination in personal style, Vancouver-based blogger, Jasmine, started Posing in Vintage as a way to express herself and document her journey in the world of fashion. Heavily influenced by vintage clothing, she loves thrifting and combining her finds with modern pieces. Currently balancing her life as a stylist and blogger, her blog provides helpful styling tips as well as beauty. To learn more about Jasmine’s lifestyle, read our interview below. 

1. What inspired you to start your own blog?

My boyfriend started to document some of my outfits with his new camera. I was enamored with how the photos turned out, so I started to capture them on a more regular basis.  

2. Who or what influences your style?

Everyday life and my surroundings influence my style. I draw inspiration from buildings, to plants, to people

3. What’s your daily blogging routine? 

I formulate the outfit in my mind, capture the outfit and frame words around it.

4. What’s the greatest advice you’ve ever been given?

If you want to take blogging seriously, set a schedule.

5. What are your go-to brands?

I wouldn’t say I have any really. I am more into tailoring and cuts. But I am drawn to vintage Chanel, but then again, who isn’t?

6. What three things are on your wish list this season?

Albo Booties

Asilio Over the Love Coat

Lounge and Clear Jacket

7. What trend would you never try?


8. Do you have any exciting projects coming up?

I will be launching a collaboration with my revived vintage jewelry line, Mirror Mirror Bijoux. 

9. What are your long-term goals for your blog?

I would like for it to grow into reference guide, showing how to pair vintage items with modern items, where to get them and how to find them.

10. Do you have any tips for aspiring bloggers?

Do what you love and be consistent.

For more about Jasmine, check out her blog Posing in Vintage and make sure to follow her on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

The Unprecedented

Meet the stylish artist creating inspiring prints and outfits

Fashion and art go hand in hand, an no one shows this better than the elegantly creative artist and style blogger Randa Salloum. When she’s not sharing her daily looks on her style blog The Unprecedented, this globetrotting Vancouverite creates beautiful works of art for her own shop, I See Noise Prints. Her love for fashion and art are not mutually exclusive, as made evident by her prints inspired by Chanel and Christian Louboutin, so it’s no wonder her thousands of friends and followers always have something fun and visually stimulating to look forward to from her posts.

Meet Randa and get inspired by her art and sense of style.

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Exclusive Interview: Fashion Photographer Matteo Montanari

Think film is dead in the world of fashion? Think again! We sit down with amazingly talented fashion photographer Matteo Montanari to discuss what it’s like shooting film in a mostly digital industry.

  • Clients: Gucci, Chloé, Calvin Klein, Allsaints, J-Crew, Replay, Mr. Porter, Max&Co, Diesel
  • Publications: i-D, Vogue US, WSJ magazine, Another Man, Teen Vogue, Vogue Russia, L'Uomo Vogue, M Le Monde, GQ Style

Why do you choose to shoot film?

I choose to shoot film because I love concentrating on taking pictures and not looking at a screen to see what I’m doing. Improvising, experimenting without boundaries, and I actually like the idea I might fuck up.

Then there’s nothing more exciting and amazing than those 24-48 hours between the shoot and the contact sheet. Its a mix of anxiety and butterflies and fear and excitement… you always think you might have fucked up big time or maybe you took some great shots… you have a feeling but you don’t know for sure. It’s like when you are on your way to the airport to pick up someone you love and haven’t seen in a while.. I could never live without that feeling. Its what got me into photography so yeah I will never stop shooting film.

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