Last week's fashion highlights featuring Rihanna, Cara & Gucci

With #squadgoal envy, the return of a legend, Queen Bey in a leotard and Kylie Jenner releasing a music video, last week was a fashion rollercoaster. Get in line below.


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After supposedly hanging up her modelling hat for good – Cara Delevingne has definitely still got it, with a new campaign for Saint Laurent. The images feature a chic Cara with dark eyeliner, a fur coat and slicked hair while smoking a cigarette (don’t try this at home, kids). Could this mean Cara’s back in the game for good?


Longer legs? Yes, please! Shop nudes in our bio. ? @sofiaandmauro

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Because when it comes to nude, there is no one colour fits all. Christian Louboutin recognizes the many beautiful shades of nude by creating a nude flat for all women's skin tone. Simply pick your shade ladies.



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Rihanna has proven to us over the years of her influential fashionista status, with her recent PUMA collab killing the game. Her ‘Kiss it Better’ video is no exception. A classic pinstriped shirt has never looked so good in this video, with Riri alternating between that attire and some, well, borderline nudity.

Gucci gave us all #squadgoal envy this week with the release of its pre-fall campaign, directed by Glen Luchford. Because that’s what we all look like on a casual Sunday afternoon catch-up, right?


Introducing IVY PARK a new activewear brand for women. #IVYPARK

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Unless you have been living under a rock, your newsfeed would have been graced with the presence of Queen Bey killing the leotard game. Her sports-wear collection 'Ivy Park' has us all signing up for gym memberships as we speak.


In other Saint Laurent news, French legend Jane Birkin joined Cara in the black and white photo series. This is one of many occurrences of mature mega-babes in the spotlight this year as it looks like the fashion industry is finally embracing the older generation.



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Gigi went German this week on the cover for German Vogue, further emphasizing her worldwide it-girl status.



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Usually leaving the music videos to her beau, Tyga, Kylie had her turn with the release of the promotional video ‘Glosses’ for Kylie Cosmetics. Think pink lipgloss meets spring break meets ‘Bitch Better Have My Money’.