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Getty ImagesPascal Le Segretain Filmmaker, screenwriter, and activist, Ava DuVernay has always been on the frontlines of the fight against oppression, using films like 13th to address the racial injustices plaguing the black community, and her Twitter platform to support Colin Kaepernick’s NFL protest and denounce “white privilege.” Now, DuVernay is bringing her fight to
With fashion shows, the end is really the beginning. Sure, the models and the makeup artists are packing up for London… but now that you’ve seen the clothes on the catwalks, you can start getting ready to actually buy them. (The best part, right?) Here’s one last load of NYFW inspiration to pin, post, and
Photographed by Cole Sprouse; Styled by Natasha Royt Intricate crochet and macrame—on tank dresses, swinging skirts, and cover-ups—appear at home among the pristine wetlands and rocky coast of Southern California. Dress, $7,500, fringed vest, $10,600, both, Chanel. Opal earring (on her right ear, throughout), Pascale Monvoisin, $340. Earring, Mounser, $225 (for pair). Belt, Altuzarra, $450.
The challenge of choosing between two really cute bags has finally been solved: Wear both. At least, that’s what happened on the fall-winter ’19 runways. Ulla Johnson and Rebecca Minkoff doubled, tripled, even quadrupled the number of handbags to carry at once, and we’re going to give it a try. Beyond doubling up, more unexpected
The Blonds have always rebelled against convention. Each season, the fashion wildcard—the theatrical New York-based designing duo made up of Phillipe Blond and David Blond—depart from the traditional runway show to put on a show that often doubles as a full-blown concert. For its spring 2019 show, Disney villains went high-fashion, as models (including Paris
Getty ImagesJamie McCarthy Plot twist: This morning, I woke up sick and popped some French cold medicine from a friend. “You’ll feel sooo much better,” she cooed in her Paris accent, but after I swallowed the pills, I felt nothing at all. Not my body. Not my breath. Not the basic rules of gravity, either,
“You look amazing,” is a common compliment, but on yesterday’s runways, it acknowledged the extraordinary. From Motown Muppets to parachute raincoats, it was a landmark day to love fashion. Here’s why: A leopard print look at Anna Sui Getty Images BECAUSE ANNA SUI IS THE ROCK STAR NOW “When I was growing up in Detroit,
Getty ImagesVictor VIRGILE Day six of New York Fashion Week goes to the dogs….the cutest most adorable pups who c-starred in Lela Rose’s fall 2019 runway show, that is. The designer staged a dog-show-meet-fashion-show to showcase her fall collection, calling it the Roseminster Dog Show. There were judges, categories (i.e, “Lassies Who Lunch”) and even
The list of luxury design houses that have come under fire for releasing designs that evoke racist imagery is growing at a rapid rate. Allow me to jog your memory. H&M used a black child to model a “monkey” sweater, Prada released blackface keychains, Moncler had blackface imagery all over a black puffer coat, and
Fashion Month has just started, but the top trends of the season are already coming to light. Satin materials you haven’t worn since the ’90s, a twist on tie dye, plus the coat shape you’ll find yourself reaching for (and wishing you owned now) are just a few of the ones we’re seeing. Check out
Albright Fashion Library LA “High fashion doesn’t really exist here since most of the major photographers and models are in New York,” said Albright Fashion Library founder, Irene Albright of the red carpet-centered fashion scene in LA. That was part of her inspiration to bring her namesake showroom to the West Coast. Filled with thousands
The 2019 Grammys ceremony was only the beginning of the night for some stars. After the award show ended, numerous after parties started around Los Angeles to celebrate all the honorees. Here, what Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and more wore to the bashes, along with all the new celebs who showed up at them.
Don’t let a downpour get you, well, down. Make like Winnie Harlow and suit up in slick plastic and water-resistant pieces that’ll keep you dry, whatever the forecast. Coat, Kassl Editions, $1,735. Bucket hat, Eric Javits, $295. Photographed by Max Papendieck and Styled by Katie Mossman Trench coat, $2,135, floral apron, $2,700, shirt, $640, hat
Over in London, the BAFTAs have begun; it’s the last big award show before the Oscars in Los Angeles. And with actual royalty in attendance—Kate Middleton and Prince William, namely—celebs have dressed to the nines for the formal event. Here, all the exquisite gowns and glam dresses stars like Emma Stone and Margot Robbie wore
It’s New York Fashion Week again, and we’re highlighting the best looks from the fall collections. So far? The velvet blazers from Tom Ford, the boho dresses at Ulla Johnson and the coats at Rachel Comey stand out. We’ll be updating with the best of fall 2019 as the week continues.
Katie Grand is an all-powerful fashion stylist, but she falls down Instagram scroll-holes just like the rest of us. And this is how she discovered Tomo Koizumi, a Tokyo-based designer whose signature style is defined by gowns, cocktail dresses, bodysuits and jackets done in exploding rainbow ruffles. She brought him to New York Fashion Week
Done right, Saturday morning is basically just bliss with a side of bagels. And during New York Fashion Week, a new brunch dish emerges among the avocado bowls and crispy bacon: style roundups with lip-smacking looks to really sink your teeth into. Scroll down to see what’s on the menu at NYFW: Day Three. Jeremy
Each New York Fashion Week marathon gives us a good idea of what the upcoming season’s biggest trends will be. At Ulla Johnson, handcrafted crochet materials seem to have a promising future, while Tom Ford took the ’90s bucket hat and super-sized it for a luxe, modern-day feel. But if Chromat has its way, this
The things we see on the runway dictate the trends we’ll wear in the future, so start taking notes on the biggest accessories of 2019. Tom Ford brought back bucket hats, and they’re bigger than ever. We’re also seeing the return of bangle stacks courtesy of Ulla Johnson and an affirmation that statement earrings aren’t
2018 was the year chunky dad sneakers, kitten heels, and ’90s mules. With NYFW officially underway, things are turning around for Fall 2019. Tom Ford made the case for the peep-toe platform, Ulla Johnson’s love affair with the 70s continues, and dad sneakers aren’t going anywhere. In fact, they went tie dye at Collina Strada.
There’s a famous Jewish proverb that says “you can’t dance at all weddings.” Even far from Mother Russia, that’s still true… though at least now, you can scroll through them on Instagram while sprawled on the couch. The same is true for New York Fashion Week, though in the past day alone, there have been
One of the standout looks from Tom Ford’s fall 2019 collection was deep, red and monochromatic: a red velvet blazer, maroon bodysuit, shiny silk cuffed suit pants, and velvet peep-toe platforms. Getty ImagesVictor VIRGILE Sure, part of the reason the look stood out was because it was modeled by ELLE’s March cover star Gigi Hadid,
Loitering around the mall food court will always hold a special place in our hearts, but online shopping has literally everything. Admit it, you can’t beat at-home bra fittings and discovering indie brands from across the globe, all from the comfort of your couch. But with so many sites popping up, online shopping can be