Online Fashion Courses – 3 Colours Rule is an online fashion training academy and we help aspiring fashion stylists around the world become professional fashion consultants so they can follow their dream. We provide different courses: online fashion stylist course, an online wardrobe stylist course, an online personal shopper course and an online colour consultant  course.This article is about the 2015 of the Fresh Prince of Bel Air.  
Leland Foster is an artist and graphic designer based in Brooklyn, who creates hyperreal digital paintings of well-known pop culture characters. Best known for his hipster Seinfeld series, depicting Kramer and George as modern-day Brooklynites, Leland has illustrated pop icons and celebrities including Walter White, Steve Buscemi and Kanye West.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air (September 10th), fashion shopping site Lyst worked with Leland on a series of 6 new images, re-imagining the cast of Fresh Prince for 2015. What would the Banks famliy look like if the show was set today, and what would they be wearing?
“I love to research vibrant characters and come up with a thought-provoking new spin on their signature style. The Fresh Prince of Bel Air was so stylish, and so of-its-time as a classic 90s show. The challenge was to make the Banks family relevant and recognisable, while keeping all the energy of these six very different personalities.” Leland Foster This is the second in a series of Lyst collaborations with young illustrators and graphic artists, putting a fresh take on the world of fashion with re-imaginations and creative ideas. In April Lyst worked with illustrator Olka Osadzińska to bring to life a collection of dream sneaker collaborations.
“I wanted to start from an older, season 5 or 6 Ashley – when her style was more developed. Ashley was never quite as fashion forward as Hillary, and she would have been inspired by her cousin Will’s rebellious edge. We dressed her in a mix of high and low fashion, pairing some boyfriend denim with a Kenzo sweater, classic Phillip Lim satchel (a Sweet 16th present maybe?) and dual gold Eddie Borgo cuffs.”
“To fit Will’s in-your-face, unapologetic personality, we dressed him in a bold outfit in keeping with his passion for print and vibrant colors. We imagined that modern day Will would shop at Opening Ceremony or UK based designer platform Not Just A Label. The goal was to find an outfit that epitomised a 2015 take on his hip hop aesthetic, with all the positivity and charm that he brought to his recognisable looks.”
“Hilary was the most fun to imagine. Fashion was Hilary’s life and her wardrobe was always fresh off the runway but still tailored and chic. We figured this Moschino skirt suit was just sassy enough for Hilary, and she could wear it to work, being a journalist. A Chloe Faye bag, Chanel pearl choker, and Beyonce-inspired braids complete the look.”
“Phil’s conservative look is fairly timeless. He’s casual, but polished. Always conscious of his weight, Phil is now sporting a Fitbit, and in his other arm the most current issue of the LA Times. A nod to his Republican views comes in the form of his GOP button on his laidback Burberry bomber.”
“Carlton always had this misguided sense of cool, which explains the abundance of gadgets he’s wearing, which he’s desperate to show off. His Robinson and Dapper bowtie is just a tad too much against his yellow Burberry shirt.”
“Geoffrey’s outfit is sophisticated and stylish, but with some slightly unexpected details. Under his modern cut suit he’s still wearing his cooking apron, with the appropriate kitchen utensils of course. And on his left breast pocket is memento of his English heritage.”
About Lyst
Lyst is an innovative way to shop for fashion online that’s used by millions every month. Lyst partners with the world’s greatest fashion designers and stores to provide people with a personalised way to discover the fashion they love. The level of service, intelligence and insight that Lyst provides to its users and partners comes from analysing over 4.5 million points of fashion data every hour – from product changes and user behaviour to sales and active browsing. Lyst has raised $60 million to date, and is backed by range of all-star investors including 14W (Moda Operandi, Reformation), Accel Partners (Facebook, Spotify), Balderton (Yoox Net-A-Porter Group), DFJ (Skype, Hotmail) and the teams behind LVMH, Michael Kors, Oscar de la Renta, and Tory Burch.