Day: June 7, 2021

Everything that’s trending in summer fashion for $40 or less

With June well underway, we’re ditching pants and long sleeves and stepping out in all things summer. But what is everyone even wearing now as we get ready for an almost “normal” kind of summer?

Animal prints and cutouts are all the rage in summer swimwear, but we’ve got the scoop on everything outside of beachwear. Whether you forgot what it’s like to get dressed up for the warmer weather or simply are in need of a wardrobe refresh before you get to making summer plans, we’ve got you covered.

Shop TODAY editorial director Adrianna Brach joined the show to

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Dundas Resort 2022 Collection | Vogue

Peter Dundas is the only guy who could call a body-hugging jersey number with a cut-out down the back flank that’s cross-hatched with gold chains a T-shirt dress. But his signature glam has been dialed down for resort. That’s partly because Dundas has plans to show his spring 2022 collection at New York Fashion Week this September. Anticipating his label’s Big Apple debut, this collection has an attitude Dundas described as more American. “It’s a cleaner, fresher, more functional type of glamour,” he said on a Zoom call. Adjusting to his customers’ altered post-pandemic realities is part of the story

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Kumo Will Bring Trendy Japanese Sandwiches to Mira Mesa

Simple but beautifully executed, Japanese sandwiches — or sandos — continue to be trendy stateside; inspired by the popular grab and go versions found at Japan’s fantastic convenience stores, the sweet and savory sandwiches are constructed on neat, crustless squares of shokupan, or fluffy Japanese milk bread.

A new shop scheduled to grand open by July in Mira Mesa will be dedicated to Japanese-style sandos. Called Kumo, which means cloud in Japanese, it’s landing at the Plaza Sorrento shopping center in a 540-square-foot space that will be geared towards takeout service.

Founded by Little Sakana co-owner Messiah Williams along

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Post-pandemic Gift Ideas

In many places around the world, the coronavirus pandemic is still affecting people’s lives. With lockdowns still in place, friends are still not able to gather as they once did.

However, in other places, especially where vaccination numbers are high, things are starting to return to normal. And “normal” often means simply being able to spend time in person with the people in your life for the first time in well over a year.

With parties and get-togethers starting up again, it is a great time to bring a gift.

But selecting a great gift for someone takes thought. Knowing

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Christopher Esber’s White Heat Closes Off Fashion Week In Style

Image: Lucas Dawson/Courtesy of Christopher Esber

Christopher Esber occupies an enviable position in the Australian fashion industry: a hot designer whose flame never seems to dim. His namesake label celebrated its 10th-anniversary last year in discrete, pared-back fashion (though how else does one celebrate during a global pandemic?), a milestone that coincided with an explosion onto the international fashion scene. Zendaya, Dua Lipa, and TikTok sensation Addison Rae are among the A-list starlets to join Esber’s ever-growing gang of cool girls—while nods of approval from retailers like Net-a-Porter, MyTheresa, and Moda Operandi have cemented his status as a serious global

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The Best Fit And Performance Golf Apparel

About 500 years ago, on the damp moors of Scotland, the origins of men’s golf apparel began. But given the cool climate of Scotland, the need for warm apparel became the priority. Since then, great modifications have been made; both in the sport and in the style. As the nation prepares for Father’s Day 2021, here is a brief look into the history of men’s golf fashion.

About 100 years ago, in the 1920’s, golf was growing in popularity amongst society’s elite. At this time, golf apparel was elevated to please the taste of the players as well as their

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