Fashion

Dressing for the summer always has its particular challenges. There’s the not-insignificant task of dressing for a 50-degree morning that shifts quickly into an 85-degree scorcher. Then it’s a balancing act of dressing well without sacrificing comfort and breathability in the humidity. This summer in particular has its extra stressors, as people emerge from quarantine
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Roland Neveu/Courtesy of Netflix; Getty Images Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. Rachel Walsh recently traveled thirty years back in time. After costuming (alongside Adam Howe) the BBC series-turned-Netflix-hit The Serpent—based on the real-life hunt for a serial killer in Southeast Asia in the ’70s—she’s now speaking
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Some people were born into entrepreneurship, others planned for it. Then, there’s Liya Kebede who considers herself an “accidental entrepreneur.” For most international supermodels, you can almost predict their trajectory—supermodel status, then brand ambassador, then beauty brand or clothing line will follow suit. But Kebede’s path wasn’t that clear cut. When she refers to herself
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The weather is slowly but surely heating up, and spring fashion is following suit. From Prada’s new collection emphasizing sustainable denim to Ray-Ban’s retro re-release, watch this space for the month’s newest and most anticipated fashion collaborations, launches, and products. Prada Debuts May 2021 Organic Denim Collection Who: Prada What: May 2021 Organic Denim Collection
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GERARD JULIENGetty Images Whether you like it or not, that hazy period between the ’90s and the 2000s is back with a vengeance. It was an era of campy glamour, bright colors, and Paris Hilton. Maybe it’s because of my recent rewatch of The OC, Blumarine’s millennium-inspired runway collection, or a never-ending love affair with
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There are few bags that stand the test of time better than a Chanel. Specifically, the Chanel 11.12 instantly comes to mind when one even thinks of an iconic style. Colloquially known as the flap bag, the design first came on the scene in the ‘80s, when Karl Lagerfeld reimagined the house’s signature 2.55 (which
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Craig BarrittGetty Images Brandon Maxwell has quite the resume, from designing for Michelle Obama to Lady Gaga to his designs draping the bodies of Meghan Markle, Regina King, Anne Hathaway, and more. But before he was a purveyor of high-end fashion, he spent much of his childhood shopping for goods in Walmart. Today, Maxwell becomes
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Courtesy of Giorgio Armani Privé Despite the Grammys being presented digitally, Music’s Biggest Night stays strong on the red carpet front. Country singer Ingrid Andress is attending her first Grammys from home, garnering three nominations for Best New Artist, Best Country Song for Andress’ single “More Hearts Than Mine,” and Best Country Album for her
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This year’s Grammys might be a far cry from typical years, with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic drastically reducing the number of celebrities present at the ceremony. Still, Grammy producers didn’t relinquish the star power so easily—they ensured some performers and nominees will still attend in person. Although the red carpet might not demonstrate the dazzle
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Getty Images A look at Miss. Blue Ivy Carter’s best outfits (and moments) in the public eye over her nine year life. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Febuary 17, 2021 March 8, 2020 July 9, 2019 January 30, 2018 April 29, 2017 At the Wearable Art Gala with her Aunt Solange. February 19, 2017 Oct
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Ironically enough, in Simone Rocha’s early days showing at London Fashion Week, the most truly subversive thing you could do was go against the punk-influenced grain of the time. Back when the leather-and-chain-clad off-duty model ruled, Rocha presented a counter-narrative larded with lace, bows, pearls, and, yes, even the dreaded pink. A look from the
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Courtesy of Louis Vuitton Scientific research claims that the act of planning a trip, one you don’t even intend on taking, boosts dopamine levels the same way actually traveling can. With flight restrictions in play and the population still largely unvaccinated, the very thought of venturing outside of your country—hell, out of your borough—can induce
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Courtesy of Chanel / Inez & Vinoodh We’ll be the first to admit there are things we don’t miss about fashion week: the rigid, never-ending itinerary; midnight deadlines; frantically searching for a bathroom between shows; the guilt associated with being tired, annoyed and overworked while being part of such a beautiful industry. But one thing
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Courtesy of Dior / @Elina_Kechicheva Dior’s magic is the stuff of fairytales. From its embrace of the feminine mystique to an international, all-star fanbase that includes its newest face, Jisoo of Blackpink, to supernatural growth in sales in 2020 despite a global pandemic, the fashion house knows the power of storytelling. For its fall-winter 2021
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DeMellier London The LIFE Tote x SOS Children’s Villages demellierlondon.com $245.00 One of the most impressive International Women’s Day initiatives this year comes from Meghan Markle-worn handbag brand DeMellier London. As part of the handbag brand’s 7 Women, 7 Causes campaign, 7 different canvas and leather totes have been created and 100 percent of the profits from each
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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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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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