Courtesy of Prada The unpredictability of this year’s fashion month marks another season of designers adapting to the challenges of virtual presentations, but their collections are nothing short of creativity. Designers found new ways to reimagine the future of footwear, where both functionality and innovation happily coexist. From Ambush’s textured slides at to sequined boots
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You don’t come to Versace to wear brown. At least, that’s what its history of bold colors, J.Lo jungle prints, and ’90s black-and-gold power dressing have taught us. The brand is flipping the script for the fall 2021 season, introducing us to a new conversation within the Versace-verse: monogramming. Debuting a new monogram this season,
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Courtesy of the brands; Bahnsen: LANA OHRIMENKO; Rentrayage: Kate Sears Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. If your life feels like a never-ending parade of concentric Zoom windows, FaceTime squares, and a thousand open tabs, the fall 2021 collections suggest you’re not alone. Perhaps inspired by our
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After 33 years, we’re heading back to the fictional nation of Zamunda with Prince Ackeem (Eddie Murphy) and Semmi (Arsenio Hall). To celebrate the Coming 2 America sequel hitting virtual theaters—Amazon Video—this Friday, Uoma Beauty collaborated with the film to launch an exclusive makeup collection highlighting the beauty of real African countries and pioneering figures.
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First Glossier made our complexions dewier, then they made our shelfies more aesthetically pleasing. Now, the cult-loved beauty brand is coming to make our lives more organized—or our makeup situations at least. Unveiled this morning, Glossier has launched their first-ever makeup bag. The new beauty bag isn’t replacing the brand’s famous pink bubblewrap pouches (these
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Cher and Anderson: Laurie Lynn Stark; Campbell and Cardi B with Offset: Tomás Herold; Hadid: Pierre Suu/Getty Images Rihanna was in Japan a few years back, and she happened to be in the market for a designer meat cleaver. (Yes, you read that correctly.) Jahleel Weaver, the deputy creative director of Fenty and the star’s
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For all that didn’t happen this year—the concerts, the sporting events, the bar crawls, and the birthday parties—one thing remained constant: the fashion. It started with perfectly cinched sweatpants for baking bread and evolved into cheetah-printed chiffon inspired by Tiger King. We tuned into Zoom meetings wearing chic tops and very un-chic bottoms. (But hey,
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Courtesy of Dolce & Gabbana / Monica Feudi For Dolce & Gabbana’s fall-winter collection, they’re looking to the next chapter. Partnering with Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT), the fashion house’s show served as a reminder that the future is near, casting their audience-less show with models and robots alike. Employing the iCub and R1 multifunctional
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