The Breakdown: Rihanna Debuts Furry Shoes, Public School Switches the Game Up

  • FENTYxPuma have released their latest shoe and if you were expecting to make up for missing out on the creeper, it’s a no go. The dream team has added a dose of fur to your favorite college slip ons. Of course Rihanna makes them look so…right. Here’s to hoping we can all pull it off effortlessly. The “Fur Slide” will be available 4/22. [Instagram]
  • Public School is switching the game up. The Brand will be have co-ed, off-calendar shows twice a year during December and June. The move is in line with fashion’s shift towards gender blurring and consumer-friendly shows and collections.  This is good news for us all because Public School is dope no matter what they do, but it’s also an interesting look into the new direction fashion is headed in. [The Cut]
  • Ok ladies, this is big. New app and website Armarium has some amazing news for you. Renting couture ensembles just became a thing. With goods from the big dogs like Salvatore Ferragamo, Edie Parker, and Sonia Rykiel, there’s really no limit to the amount of slayage that can take place. It’s an invitation-only app but this is a good a time as any to ask for exclusive access with no shame. [The Cut]
  • Jourdan Dunn and her gorgeous son may have just set us aflame with #wombfire. In one of the cutest shoots we’ve seen, the gorgeous pair poses alongside each other in this spread for The Telegraph. Talk about good genes. [WhoWhatWear]
  • Polish model Zuzanna Buchwald is joining a long list of models speaking out about how real things  get when you’re expected to be a sample size. As a part of the Real Women Real Stories project, the model opens up about her ordeal saying that at one point she was told to lose muscle mass by not eating and not exercising. And let us all say, yikes. We’re predicting a new wave of healthy, “regular sized” models after enough of these stories get out. See her emotional video below. [Refinery29]

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