Rebecca Hessel Cohen’s fall collection for LoveShackFancy marks “a return to beautiful romance” and the joys of getting dressed up. Spending most of her time in the Hamptons over the last year, the designer was influenced by the gardens surrounding her, as well as beautiful interiors and decorations, such as old wallpapers, French linens and
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Fall is coming up roses — and sunflowers, daisies and daffodils — at Oscar de la Renta, where the collection stunner was a minidress that looked fresh-picked, hand-embroidered all over with lifelike thread work blooms on neutral organza backing. It may sound summery, but it’s illustrative of how the pandemic reset is slowly pushing designers
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Prada did the costumes for The United States vs. Billie Holliday, which I just learned in reading up on this show. (It’s weird to me that Prada did not then also dress Andra Day for the Globes?) Anyway, that’s neither here nor there. This show is honestly mostly coats and long-sleeve shirts and confusing shoes,
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Courtesy of Dolce & Gabbana / Monica Feudi For Dolce & Gabbana’s fall-winter collection, they’re looking to the next chapter. Partnering with Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT), the fashion house’s show served as a reminder that the future is near, casting their audience-less show with models and robots alike. Employing the iCub and R1 multifunctional
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I am just going to let Vogue explain this, as you won’t get a sense of it from the photos alone: He had to design this collection in tandem with the short film he wanted to make, with every model, look and dimension planned to precision before the clothes ever existed. There we were, sitting in
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There’s something immensely satisfying about a classic item of clothing being declared a “trend.” Whether it’s a beige trench coat or timeless shoe, clearly, these sorts of items don’t need the additional PR. (They get plenty of attention without it, dahling.) However, just like an overlooked silver-screen actor who gets their long-overdue Oscar, it’s nice to take a moment to appreciate those
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Phillip Lim, Eva Chen, Prabal Gurung and more are lending their support to GoFundMe’s #StopAsianHate initiative. The crowdfunding platform has created a hub for those looking to donate to the AAPI Community Fund and fundraisers geared toward victims of anti-Asian violence, increased protection for the AAPI community and supporting Asian-owned businesses and AAPI neighborhoods. Musa
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Four different seasons with four ever-changing sets of style trends can threaten to burn a hole in even the savviest shopper’s pocket. Well, fear not, because you have it on good authority (from, well, us) that this spring’s wardrobe reshuffle needn’t take more than eight carefully picked items. Yep, you can get your spring style entirely on
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Tank, pants, Louis Vuitton. Chris Colls “I remember having no food at home,” Irina Shayk says quietly. It was the early ’90s, and she was growing up in the obscure Russian town of Yemanzhelinsk, where her dad was a coal miner and her mother taught kindergarten music. “Sometimes there was no salary, or my mom
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Over the last year, Petar Petrov seamlessly transitioned from his popular suits to outerwear, cozy knits and cool leather separates — his purist, minimal vision maintaining its relevance, despite the dramatic changes 2020 brought. Now the Vienna-based designer is looking ahead to a fall 2021 season, where everyone is still waiting to see what the
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A weird question beauty journalists sometimes ask celebrities, makeup artists, hairstylists, and the like is, “If you could only bring three beauty products to bring to a deserted island, what would they be?” (It’s supposed to be a cheeky way of asking, “So what are your three absolute must-haves?”)  It’s a silly question for a
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PARIS — With his purified, minimalist approach to haute couture, Rabih Kayrouz has long operated in a space that straddles ready-to-wear, employing craftsmanship to make wearable pieces. But now, he is taking the plunge, focusing house efforts on a full wardrobe for every day. “I don’t love fashion — I love clothing. There are women
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