Fashion

Marc Jacobs’s fall 2020 show was more than just a showcase of his latest collection, it was a feeling. What began with legendary choreographer and “punk ballerina” Karole Armitage seizing the spotlight at Manhattan’s Park Avenue Armory quickly descended into carefully curated chaos: over fifty dancers running, writhing, and undulating among a stream of models
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She may have been robbed of an Oscar nomination, but Jennifer Lopez is moving on with her life… and with her wardrobe. Today, the superstar announced a new project with The Camuto Group for JLO JENNIFER LOPEZ–an accessories line in all caps, thank you very much. A sketch by Jennifer Lopez Camuto Group The range
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After three seasons of working side by side on their ongoing TommyXLewis partnership, Tommy Hilfiger and Lewis Hamilton are ready to shake things up. Ahead of the duo’s upcoming spring 2020 collection, Hilfiger and Hamilton revealed their fourth collection features a surprise guest: R&B singer H.E.R. Building on its commitment to sustainability, the TommyXLewisXH.E.R capsule
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It was a Project Runway family affair tonight at Johan Sebastian Grey‘s debut New York Fashion Week show, where the designer presented his Fall/Winter 2020 ‘Lineage’ collection in partnership with the Fashion for a Cause Foundation. Grey, who won Season 17 of the design competition, showed a collection of rich textiles, woven leather, and vibrant
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Princess Diana, June 1994 Princess Diana’s off the shoulder, form fitting silk little black dress has been labeled “the revenge dress” as she wore it the same night Prince Charles aired his tell-all documentary about the couple’s marriage and subsequent divorce. Although Diana didn’t make a statement that night, her LBD spoke volumes.
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Dimitrios KambourisGetty Images Valentine’s Day is upon us, and with it the eternal question: If I can’t find anyone I love as much as Rihanna, why bother? It’s an especially pressing topic this week, as the superstar launches her new Fenty collection at Bergdorf Goodman, the happy place for acolytes of Prada and people watching.
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It’s no surprise that one great bag can be the star of any outfit. NYFW is coming through with the latest hits, where designers are embracing all of the patterns, textures, and shapes (the micro bag lives on!). There’s even a new way to carry your crossbody—think vertical—spotted down the runway at Rag & Bone.
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New York Fashion Week is making a bold statement in the accessories department. From earrings to necklaces to belts, models graced the runways at Monse dripping in layered chains, Ulla Johnson’s muses are hiding behind tinted sunglasses, and Self-Portrait is making the case for equestrian hats. This season, more and bigger is better. Scroll through
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“Do you mind if we sit?” asks Kendall Jenner. “My back kind of aches today.” Of course it does. The model was stomping Tom Ford’s runway in Los Angeles on Friday night– 12 hours later, she appeared at the Longchamp show in Manhattan, posing in a full look from the Fall 2020 collection (a nod
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Pushing boundaries is an inherent part of Equipment. It was 1976 when the brand opened a salon in Paris, France, offering a selection of womenswear that didn’t have a clear delineation between what was masculine or feminine. Great fashion, regardless of gender tropes, was the objective, and over the decades, the company has built upon
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ELLE’s new series Clothes of Our Lives decodes the sartorial choices made by powerful women—and explores why fashion is often on the front lines of communication. Today, we sat down with New York Times foreign correspondent Rukmini Callimachi to find out what she wears to interview the world’s most dangerous terrorists. Last year I flew
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Kenneth Nicholson “I felt that speaking in collage was one of the most modern forms of communication. ‘From Grandma’s Couch’ is an exploration of this concept which draws from an array of reference points including digital public spaces, current and historical events, as well as politics and pop culture. All smilingly unrelated but nonetheless able
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KAREN COLLINS (STYLED BY SASA THOMANN) What does jewelry look like in the new decade? In the past few years, we saw jewelry scale back: Massive statement necklaces from Gossip Girl’s heyday were replaced by layered chains and charms, and we traded in gaudy earrings for a constellation of stud piercings. Surprisingly, we’re swinging back
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It’s BAFTAs Sunday and the biggest stars of the 2020 awards season are gathered in London to celebrate the best of British film. From the cast of Little Women to the royals, see who turned out for this year’s ceremony, where films like Jojo Rabbit, Marriage Story, Joker, and Parasite are nominated for the evening’s
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As someone who hasn’t worn skinny jeans since 2016, my firstborn child belongs to vintage denim. I want a pair of no-stretch straight jeans that would make Kaia Gerber proud (and my gynecologist cringe). Sitting down should be a daily struggle, and the leg opening better not touch my ankles. Once again, Everlane answered my
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It’s hard to imagine the Super Bowl without the insane costumes its halftime show performers have worn—and Jeremy Scott’s outfit for Katy Perry Sunday is sure to join the mix. But back in ’90s when the first big Hollywood act took the stage—after almost 25 years of marching bands playing halftime—the costumes were tame. Glitz
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Amy SussmanGetty Images The Grammys red carpet did not disappoint this season, thanks to Lizzo’s Old Hollywood glam, Ariana Grande‘s grayscale ball gown, and Lil Nas X in a look that can only be described as Brokeback Mountain XXX. Click through to see who else made our list of the best dressed celebs, here. Advertisement
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