Fashion

Selena Gomez—singer, style icon, and most followed person on Instagram—has a new holiday campaign with Coach out today. Shot by Steven Meisel, with makeup by Pat McGrath and creative direction by Fabrien Baron, the singer gets festive in the new campaign photos, pictured with wrapped gifts in the back of a vintage car and the
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It was the fashion equivalent of a one-two punch. One Spring morning, Gigi Hadid pushed through paparazzi in a simple white t-shirt with a vintage neon logo: Fiorucci. That same week, Chloe Sevigny wore her Fiorucci logo tee out shopping. Like a signal flare to their respective style tribes, the #Fiorucci hashtag started spreading from
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1 of 20 T by Alexander Wang Draped Satin Dress, $450; nordstrom.com SHOP Courtesy Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 2 of 20 Reformation Foxglove Dress, $388; thereformation.com SHOP Courtesy Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 of 20 Mango Guipure Midi Dress, $150; mango.com SHOP Courtesy Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 4 of 20 J. Crew
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ELLE celebrated its 24th annual Women in Hollywood Awards in Beverly Hills last night, honoring our eight November cover stars: Jennifer Lawrence, Laura Dern, Jessica Chastain, Margot Robbie, Tessa Thompson, Riley Keough, Cicely Tyson, and Kathleen Kennedy. Here, every look from the red carpet. View Gallery 38 Photos Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Advertisement –
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Fun fact: Julianne Moore likes green juice as much as you do. “It’s like eating somebody’s lawn,” she laughs after taking a swig of liquid grass before our interview. “Wow,” she coughs. “That’s bad.” We are on a photo shoot for John Hardy, the Balinese jewelry brand that’s enlisted Moore as their new face. Her
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This World Food Day, you can help Michael Kors end global hunger simply by taking a selfie in the designer’s new Watch Hunger Stop t-shirt designed by Insta-famous artist Clym Everden (@clymdraws.) For every post tagged with #WatchHungerStop, Kors will donate 50 meals to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP). Now in its 5th
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With the holidays (and snow) on the horizon, we’re sure you’re eager to jet off to a tropical location. Visions of palm trees and rum swizzles may be dancing around in your head, but before you get too ahead of yourself you’ve got to pack those bags—and if you’re anything like me, you think packing
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Byredo may have a cult following of fragrances, candles, and body care products, but did you know they also sell some pretty amazing leather goods? Quietly launched in 2015, the collection started with a large assortment of handbags, wallets, clutches, and card holders. “I was inspired by travel when I started working with leather,” says
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After a whirlwind 2017 (to say the least), it’s important for women to stay empowered, inspired, and surrounded by people they truly admire. And that’s exactly where Kate Spade’s new book comes in. She: Muses, Visionaries and Madcap Heroines, the fourth title from the brand, highlights all the badass women you already know and love.
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Rihanna is known to rock looks straight from the runway (she doesn’t have a song called “Phresh Out The Runway” for nothing), so it’s no surprise that her latest outfit comes right from Off-White’s Spring 2018 collection. Last night, the singer stepped out in the Virgil Abloh-designed look worn by Kaia Gerber on the runway
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What sets Virgil Abloh—designer, DJ, creative director—apart in every busy crowd he runs in is his way of thinking about the world and his meticulously thoughtful approach to his work. DJ Virgil Abloh attends Paper Magazine, Sprout by HP & DKNY Break The Internet Issue Release. Getty Let’s recap. In just a single month and
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Steven Meisel Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Coach Inc. is changing its name to Tapestry to better incorporate all of the brands it owns, which includes Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman. The name change becomes official at the end of the month, though only the corporate name is changing—the Coach brand will remain, so Coach
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Tracee Ellis Ross—Black-ish star, consistent best-dressed winner, and daughter of Diana—has announced that you can finally copy her enviable style thanks to a new holiday collection with J.C. Penney. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below She teased the collaboration on Instagram, giving us a preview of what we can expect from the collection, slated to launch
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All it takes is a glance at your social feed to see that street style is an influential part of the fashion landscape. And as tastemakers flock to the world’s style capitals for fashion week, the photographers who track them are capturing a full picture of what everyone will be wearing this fall. Here’s how
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Celebrities always seem to travel in style—from their outfits to the sophisticated suitcase they tote somewhere close behind. To celebrate the 80th anniversary of the Rimowa aluminum case, the brand gathered 29 people, including designers Virgil Abloh and Karl Lagerfeld, plus the Martha Stewart, to present their own personal aluminum luggage and reveal how travel
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Say the words “fine jewelry” and I guarantee dollar signs (many of them!) start flashing in your head. And you wouldn’t be wrong: In many cases, those words are almost synonymous. But not anymore. Once a destination for trendy costume pieces on the dime, Bauble Bar is redefining the fine jewelry price game with Everyday
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Jewelry designer Hart Hagerty, 30, works out of a sun-drenched studio a few blocks from her childhood home at The Confederate Home and College in Charleston, SC. Once a boarding house for women and children who had lost men in the Civil War, today it functions as a residence of sorts for artists of every
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