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Solange Stars In Michael Kors Street Style Campaign And More: 5 Things We Loved This Week


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Put away the whites and take a sip of a pumpkin spice latte because summer has come and gone.

As we head into fall, check out five things we loved this week below.


Michael Kors Unveils First Street Style Campaign

Solange Knowles, Soo Joo Park, Nina Agdal and Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece and Denmark are the stars of Michael Kors' first ever street style campaign, The Walk. Shot in downtown New York, the campaign showcases the new MICHAEL Michael Kors handbags, as well as the new ready-to-wear range.

"Fashion is a celebration of individual style and I've always thought of New York City as the ultimate runway" says Michael. "The Walk was a great opportunity for us to see our favorite new fall handbags through different filters. Style is so subjective. There's nothing more exciting to me than seeing my designs brought to life by different personalities."

Keke Palmer Joins Respect My Vote!

The Respect My Vote! campaign has enlisted Keke Palmer as its newest Spokesperson. The initiative is designed to encourage youth and people of colour to change their communities through the power of voting, with Keke helping to drive that message.

"I am excited to be working with Respect My Vote!" Keke says. "It honestly gives me the opportunity to not only become more aware myself about the upcoming election, but it also allows me to encourage my peers to understand the importance of it. I have realised that I can either take responsibility for what is going on in the world around me or I do not have the right to complain when things go wrong."


Kaskade And Cid Release "Sweet Memories"

 Continuing the momentum from the release of "Together," Grammy award-winning producer and DJ CID returns with a massive collaboration with Kaskade. "Sweet Memories," out now via Big Beat Records. It's not a "hard-hitting" track in the literal sense, but rather positions itself as an irresistible house anthem filled with Motown-infused nostalgia. The groovy melody and smooth bassline layered with striking kick-drums and sensual vocals together create a reminiscent feeling that is void in much of today's dance music landscape. "Sweet Memories" is paired with a playful music video featuring 3 dancers taking you on a choreographed journey through the streets of downtown Los Angeles.

With nods from the likes of Tiesto, Kaskade, A-Trak, Don Diablo, Oliver Heldens, and W&W, CID's exceptional productions are here to stay as he continues to solidify himself as a timeless name in dance music. Catch him at a city near you soon, as he'll be making several stops in the US to complete the last leg of Summer including Los Angeles, Austin, and Las Vegas before continuing on to several stops in Europe.

Prabal Gurung Collaborates With TOMS

TOMS has teamed up with Prabal Gurung to create a new footwear range, which celebrates the culture of Nepal.

"What excites me about collaborating with TOMS is our shared belief in inspiring others and giving back," says Prabal.
"We're coming together to make a difference in the world by what we do." For every pair purchased, TOMS is donating $5 to the Shikshya Foundation Nepal, which supports education for underprivileged children and helps provide aid relief. The collection is available starting Sept. 12.

Nickelodeon x Junk Food Clothing Capsule Collection

Junk Food Clothing is hosting The '90s Nickelodeon Takeover at its flagship store on Abbot Kinney with a themed capsule collection and special activations to celebrate some of the most-loved Nick characters and series from the decade. The collection, which retails from $28 - $48, includes fan favorite shows like "Rugrats," "All That, Clarissa Explains It All," "Rocko's Modern Life," "Double Dare," "Salute Your Shorts" and "Good Burger." The t-shirt line will be available both online at and at the Junk Food Clothing flagship.

The '90s Nickelodeon experience will extend beyond the t-shirts to include two iconic symbols of the network.  Both the interior and exterior of the Junk Food Clothing flagship store will get the "SLIME" treatment with Nickelodeon's signature green goo dripping from the ceilings and splattered on the floors. T

he '90s Nickelodeon Takeover will culminate on Sept. 25, during the annual Abbot Kinney Festival. The festival now in its 32nd year celebrates the exciting culture of Venice with a mile-long stretch of entertainment, food, and shopping from some of the neighborhoods most influential players. There will be a branded Nickelodeon tent outside Junk Food Clothing store that will sell key pieces from the capsule collection. Guests will have the opportunity to fulfill their childhood wishes and recreate their favorite SNICK moments with a photo opportunity on the Big Orange Couch. In addition, in the afternoon, professional illustrators from the Nickelodeon Animation Studio will on hand to create custom artwork featuring '90s characters for guests in the flagship store.


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Reporter's Photo Sep 11, 2016 11:37 AM EDT