Fashion

A few years ago, Milan-based style blogger Candela Novembre was rushing from a fashion show—in which she’d walked—to the city’s annual star-every-square-foot amfAR gala. So she threw on a bubble-shaped, brushstroke-print Vionnet raincoat: “It was short and full of color. Completely unexpected. Everyone was like, ‘You went to amfAR in a raincoat?’” Advertisement – Continue
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1 of 71 Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington At the HBO Golden Globes after party. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 2 of 71 Kate Beckinsale At the InStyle and Warner Brothers Golden Globes after party. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 of 71 Meryl Streep, Activist Ai-jen Poo, Natalie Portman, Activist Rosa Clemente, Michelle Williams,
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Serial killer Andrew Cunanan murdered Gianni Versace on the front steps of the fashion designer’s Miami Beach mansion in 1997, and now those stone steps provide the backdrop for dozens of tourist photos on a daily basis. But not only can tourists (and fans of FX’s upcoming American Crime Story miniseries, which focuses on the
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A lot of necessary and thoughtful consideration is being paid to how awards shows, the red carpet, and fashion will be covered post-Weinstein: Is an all-black red carpet protest a good thing? Should best (and worst) dressed lists persist? (The Cut says no.) It wouldn’t make sense to think about Hollywood’s most celebratory events in
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Like many of us this January, I’m taking a bit of time off from shopping. While this is proving to be especially tricky (seeing as I’m a fashion editor), I’ve resolved that I’m cutting myself off from buying clothes and accessories for the next few months to—you guessed it!—save some cash. But since I’m only
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With the bomb cylone ripping through the east coast, it’s not just frightful outside, it’s apocalyptic. So we’re not looking for chic outerwear; Give us a full-body sleeping bag disguised as a coat. We want insulated down to trap heat, faux fur-trimmed hoods to counter 45mph winds, and whatever else works for Mount Everest climbers.
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After the sudden announcement that DVF’s chief creative officer Jonathan Saunders would be resigning, the company has tapped Nathan Jenden to fill the role of chief design officer and vice president, creative. This marks Jenden’s return to the brand, where he worked for ten years until 2011. Nathan Jenden and Diane von Furstenberg during Mercedes-Benz
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By now you’ve probably read about the 30 items every woman should own by the time they’re 30 years old, but this tight edit is specifically tailored to looking polished at the office. Our picks can and should be worn together, so getting dressed in the morning will easy, formulaic—but never boring. Translation: You’ll never
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Babaton Stedman Coat, $275; aritzia.com SHOP Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Sentaler Wrap Coat, $1,295; sentaler.com SHOP Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Advertisement – Continue Reading Below J.Crew Parke Topcoat, $250; jcrew.com SHOP Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Acne Studios Landi Wool and Cashmere Coat,
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Having recently worn a bespoke Philip Treacy felt hat for the Christmas Day church service in Sandringham and a couture Ralph & Russo gown (estimated to cost a whopping $75,000!) for her official engagement photos, I’ve been losing faith that I’ll ever be able to recreate Meghan Markle’s iconic fashion moments. Advertisement – Continue Reading
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When AGL launched in 1958, founder Piero Giusti wanted to produce shoes for a certain type of woman: One who needed a functional and comfortable shoe that looked far more expensive than it actually was. Over the last 50 years the brand has continued to design this type of heel—but with granddaughters Sara, Vera, and
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North West has spent her four short years here on Earth teaching us a very important lesson: Kids can dress as well, if not better, than their adult counterparts. Now new brands are popping up and streetwear stalwarts are sprouting streetwear arms to lace out the coolest kids on the playground. Kanye, A$AP Rocky, Bape,
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We’re almost done with the weird week that is the days between Christmas and New Years when you have no idea what day it actually is—you know, that magical period of time when you’ve been wearing PJs for five days straight and show up to Taco Tuesday on a Thursday completely confused. Advertisement – Continue
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Since Balenciaga presented a runway full of rainbow-brite tights, we’ve had… difficulty incorporating them into an IRL wardrobe. One misstep and you unknowingly regress with an outfit consisting of matching houndstooth, headbands, and statement necklaces—that’s full-Blair Waldorf, but with a long decade separating you and the height of her iconic style. ‘Twas cute at the
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