Female executive fashion magazine Vogue has launched a series of shorts to highlight women’s fashion trends in a way that “gets you dressed like a prince”.
The shorts feature a colourful pattern, with the top showing off a white waistband and the bottom showing off two matching shorts.
The brand has created the shorts in collaboration with designer Fuchsia, who was inspired by the work of Australian fashion designer Gertrude Stein.
“Fuchsia’s beautiful, timeless designs are often celebrated in our industry, but it is not always a glamorous and exciting time,” said Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Lippman.
“We wanted to share that with a wider audience, to show the diversity of our industry.”
The shorts have been designed by Fuchsias creative director, Claire Fagan.
The designer has previously created similar shorts for Fuchsian.
The shorts were created by Fauve, a New Zealand-based designer who has also worked on the fashion collection of H&M.
“I am thrilled to be a part of this campaign,” said Fuchs.
“My work with Fuchsies is incredibly influential in my work as a designer, and I hope it shows the world that it is possible to be both a beautiful designer and a beautiful person.”
Vogue will be featuring the shorts alongside a range of other high-fashion brands and events, including the launch of a line of clothing and accessories from the iconic brand, Fits for Men.
For more information, visit Vogue.com/feminine.