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Dua: Instagram; Juicy: Getty Images; Courtesy of the brands. Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. It might have been the return of low-rise jeans that broke people. Every other aughts craze, from UGGs to Juicy Couture sweatsuits, had had its high-fashion moment by that point— the former
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The art of pop anthems is a fickle profession to tackle; while some might see the genre as the most simplistic or “easy,” that assumption couldn’t be any further off base. The decades of pop music that precede modern pop within the music industry stack greatly against anything meant to come out in the current
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It’s not historically accurate; it’s very designed,” explained dress historian Bernadette Banner to her more than one million YouTube subscribers in a year-end video ranking 2020’s spate of costume dramas on their accuracy. Still, anachronisms like Queen Charlotte’s “random mid-eighteenth-century gown” in a sea of late-eighteenth century Empire numbers certainly didn’t stop some 82 million
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You’re already well-acquainted with Amazon as your shopping preference for everything from household products to books, tech accessories to groceries. But since 2017 one of the world’s largest retail marketplaces has made a pointed effort to expand past their traditional stock. In less than four years, Amazon has introduced dozens of in-house fashion brands, making
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TOM SCHIRMACHER/TRUNK ARCHIVE Dorothy Parker pinch-hit writing lingerie captions, and Joan Didion tried her hand at fashion-magazine display copy, but few literary heavyweights have ever found themselves moved to weigh in on a handbag. Colette might be the exception. In 1942, Hermès’s creations inspired her to write that “the beauty of the material calls for
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Elena Ramirez Many of us are still wading slowly back into the waters of creative self-styling after dressing purely functionally for so many months. A smart approach: Start with smaller elements of your everyday look, and let accessories and accents give new life to the basics that have been starring in your rotation. For an
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Beach, pool, lakeside, or the high seas: Whatever your destination this summer, we’ve got everything you need to make waves this season. OCEAN STATE Courtesy String Theory Rio Bikini Away That Day awaythatday.com $84.00 Wraparound Bikini CHRISTOPHER ESBER mytheresa.com $158.00 Lou Bikini Zonarch Zonarch.com $78.00 That 90’s Vibe Bikini Monica Hansen Beachwear monicahansenbeachwear.com $50.00 Wear
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Draped in a classic baby-blue striped shirtdress and leaning toward the camera like they might swoop in for a kiss, Pose superstar and non-binary activist Indya Moore looks perfectly in command. As part of the launch of a new capsule collection co-designed with Tommy Hilfiger, the actor assembled a group of activists for a shoot
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Courtesy of the brands; Moss by David X Prutting/BFA.com; Viktor & Rolf by Marijke Aerden Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. Your garden-variety couture review will note the history of the form, the craftsmanship behind it, and the acres of infinitesimal details stitched by the petits mains,
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Let Kendall Jenner Show You How to Get Dressed Again Photographed by Zoey Grossman; Styled by Alex White Jul 13, 2021 Shirt, $1,050, bodysuit, $575, N°21 by Alessandro Dell’Acqua. Boots, Khaite, $1,980. Zoey Grossman Hoodie, Celine by Hedi Slimane. Briefs, NakedCashmere, $95. Fishnets, Wolford, $61. Zoey Grossman Beauty Tip: For smoldering smudged liner, try Hourglass
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Coat, Michael Kors Collection, $3,590. Boots, Prada. Chris Colls Modesty might be the universal language of cover stars, but when Adut Akech says, “I never, ever, in my wildest dreams, thought I would have achieved half the things that I have now,” you believe her. On top of a wildly rapid career ascent—from an international
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Jamie McCarthyGetty Images The fashion industry let out a collective gasp this morning in response to two words flooding social media timelines: Pheobe Philo. After a three-year hiatus—following her departure from Celine in 2017—Philo is returning to fashion. The former creative director of Celine and Chloe is branching out to launch her own namesake label
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TIMOTHY A. CLARYGetty Images In the year since the non-profit 15 Percent Pledge launched in June 2021, urging retailers to commit fifteen percent of their shelf space to products from Black-owned businesses, nearly 30 major sellers—including Macy’s, Old Navy, and Sephora—have publicly taken the pledge. On July 8th, luxury department store Nordstrom became the latest
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Megan Thee Stallion, meet Pieter Mulier. Mulier’s excellent first collection at Alaïa—the house founded by Azzedine Alaïa, which literally defined body-con dressing—comes at a time when Hot Girl Style is being made newly relevant by a generation of stars who weren’t alive when the beloved Tunisia-born designer set up shop in the Marais neighborhood of
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Sound the alarm: Katy Perry has been ham-burgled. Her massive Moschino patty was last seen at the 2019 Met Gala—but it just resurfaced on fashion legend Karen Elson, still boasting a smear of Céline Dion’s makeup, which rubbed off during a red carpet *kiss-kiss.* “I should probably tell Katy we’re using her burger, huh?” laughs
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Courtesy of the subjects; Getty Images Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. What I know about the sport of golf would fit on…something very small. The tip of a golf tee? But I do know that if the pastime has an Agassi- or Rodman-esque fashion rebel, it
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