The clothes we’re shopping right now are comfortable basics we know we can wear for years to come, but we like those basics to have a little nod to our personal style. That’s why we’re crushing hard on the new Madewell x Kule collaboration, which, if you ask us, is pretty cool. Kule is a
Regarded as some of the chicest women in the world, the Olsen twins are hardly a pair who follow the crowd. Over their years in the spotlight, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have developed their own unique aesthetic, rarely straying from a pared-back capsule wardrobe filled with perfectly tailored trousers, button-down shirts, lengthy gowns, and floor-skimming maxi
I don’t think that it’ll come as a shock to anyone that Serena Williams has a pretty extensive collection of sneakers. After all, we’ve been talking about her legendary on-court fashion just as much as her incredible tennis career. While Serena may be an outfit risk-taker on and off the court, one thing you can
Speaking of suiting, here’s another version I’m obsessed with. I like to call these “back to basics” suit sets, as spotted in the A/W 20 collections of brands like Bevza, Olivia Theyskens, and Givenchy. While I clearly love the reinvented takes on suiting like the cropped blazers above, there is simply nothing as timeless or classic as a great tailored
This is an op-ed by Allure contributor Leah Prinzivalli. Since the race to enter space heated up the 1960s, the U.S. has launched humans, robots, and a surprising amount of monkeys into orbit. On September 29, 10 bottles of a hyaluronic acid serum will join that prestigious list, as Estée Lauder becomes the first-ever beauty
Gucci has tapped three big musicians for its latest men’s tailoring collection: Tyler, the Creator, A$AP Rocky, and Iggy Pop. The trio star in the ’70s-inspired campaign which was shot with photographer and director Harmony Korine to create images of “an archetypical rock star lifestyle.” (The campaign was shot back in February.) Interestingly enough, Iggy’s
After several rounds of closet cleanouts recently, I’ve really honed in on what I want in my wardrobe. It boils down to one simple thing: quality over quantity. In my donation pile are trendy items with a short shelf life. The items with a permanent place in my closet? Well-made basics, special pieces from emerging
THEN AND NOW: Heritage can’t wait these days. Olivier Rousteing, who dipped into the Pierre Balmain archives and revived a monogram jacquard from the Seventies for a foldable clutch, will offer the bag for instant purchase during the livestream of his spring 2021 Balmain show on Wednesday night in Paris. Those viewing the show on
Founded by brother and sister duo Stefano and Raffaella Raffo, Capittana is a Peruvian swimwear brand bringing sustainability and handmade craft into harmony in its collections. The now-established brand began as a passion project, with Raffaella Raffo designing bikinis for herself, friends and family because she couldn’t find swimwear she loved in the Peruvian marketplace.
I’m all for arming yourself with the proper hiking gear — and some that’s unexpected, too — but sometimes, you can’t afford to outfit yourself with an entire wardrobe just for a new sport. And when it comes to what to wear while hiking, I’ve found that my favorite workout leggings can be just as
We know the holiday season isn’t quite here yet, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start shopping for the perfect presents. If you have someone in your life who loves just about anything cozy and furry, then you’re in the right place. We found a handful of presents that’ll no doubt put a smile on
On September 27, the New York Times published a bombshell story based on more than two decades of Donald Trump‘s taxes, and it wasn’t pretty. The president is sitting in the middle of a tangled web of dubiously legal tax-avoidance strategies, his business are bleeding money, and he faces potential financial ruin if he loses
This book is a PLEASURE and a must-have for any and all 90210 fans (we even blurbed it!) and I’m not just saying that because Tara and Sarah are the reason this website even exists, because without the seminal Television Without Pity, Heather and I never would have even met! It is A HOOT. Ahem: The 90210 superfan’s
Maisie Williams and her boyfriend, Reuben Selby, are bringing their matching style moments back for Paris Fashion Week, and we are more than ready. The couple are well-known for keeping things complementary for public appearances, and Sept. 29’s Dior Womenswear show was no different. Maisie opted for an oversize parka and midcalf rain boots both
This is so incredibly wholesome! There are crafts AND there are s’mores! (I didn’t know the Brits did s’mores and as I type this literally I just realized I’m a liar — this post actually does not involve s’mores. Merely toasted marshmallows, which do feel universal. I simply added the chocolate and the graham cracker because I
Kerry Washington has been pretty busy and somehow still found the time to post up in the yard for some makeshift “vacation” style selfies in her palm-tree-print maxi dress. From speaking at the Democratic National Convention to helping Reese Witherspoon throw an impromptu “New Year’s Eve” party at the Emmys in stunning Oscar de la
À Paris, nous devons beaucoup marcher. C’est pourquoi tout est chic mais toujours très pratique. Je vous garantie chaque parisienne possède des baskets, des bottes Chelsea et un trench-coat – toutes les pièces que l’on peu associer à un jean. Depuis peu, je vois aussi beaucoup de cardigans et de gilets en tricot sans manches
For fashion fans growing up in the ’90s, Helmut Lang was it. The New York–based Austrian designer was largely credited with defining the style of the decade. He emphasized minimalism by tapering his silhouettes and nixing the frills and embellishments that characterized the designs of his contemporaries. He pioneered the use of denim, metals, and
Fashion Month is wrapping up for the spring/summer 2021 season in France this week and keeping up the momentum with stunning beauty moments. Like London Fashion Week and Milan Fashion Week, Paris Fashion Week is adapting to the global pandemic by putting on a mix of traditional, in-person runway shows and digital presentations with extravagant
Runway crashers at fashion week? It happens. Case in point: today, Dior’s spring 2021 runway saw its latest crasher, a woman holding a yellow banner painted with the words: “We Are All Fashion Victims.” The disruption made guests and even LVMH’s top executives question if the protest was done on purpose, given the fact that
None of the other Louis Vuitton ambassadors — that we know, anyway — showed up for this one, so either they’re all unable to get to France, or they’re in France and just noped out on the idea of going to a party. So Alicia held the A-list torch alone, along with a sparkly purse.
If you’re a fan of Loft’s timeless staples and fun seasonal pieces, then you’re in the right place. The site has so many amazing fall arrivals we can’t wait to get our hands on. Whether you’re feeling like your wardrobe could use a new slip skirt or even a cozy sweatsuit, we’ve got you covered.
Maria Grazia Chiuri wants us to heal. The creative director reflected on moving through a world battling with COVID-19, and explored how fashion fits into our new reality. “We are traversing a period of crisis that is radically transforming behaviors, habits and rituals,” the brand stated in its press release. “Our spirits have changed, as
Victoria Feldman and Tomas Berzins took to the catwalk with their new approach — 100 percent reversible and Made in France (everything in-house) — debuting men’s wear at the same time. Models hit the runway in pairs, filing through the gilded halls of the Hôtel d’Évreux on the Place Vendôme, bringing a blast of youth
As a trainer, it’s my job to understand how the body works, explain it to people, help them improve imbalances and achieve their fitness goals, and move and feel better in their day-to-day. I particularly love teaching people about their core (and debunking myths and inaccurate information out there). The misunderstanding is you should care
This chunk of September Issues seems to be from before the September Issue was The September Issue, referenced in hush, reverent tones. However, forgive me, headline police, for I have sinned. I have told you a lie here: The 1910 covers are not included, for the simple reason that they were both hugely boring. They
Versace’s spring/summer 2021 runway included three curve models — Jill Kortleve, Alva Claire, and Precious Lee — three more than the fashion house has ever cast on the runway before, and one more than the number of curve models cast in fall 2020 shows in Milan last season. Yup, last Fashion Week, Milan saw a
It must be really weird to be a famous person and see your own face and body plastered all over televisions and advertisements and social media accounts that aren’t yours every single day. It must be even weirder when your face and body pop up in those places and they’re photoshopped to the point that
Hockey figured it out: Two bubbles in Canada, an expanded playoff system, and a champion, all with ZERO positive Covid tests. I am so glad they found a way to give us some Hot! Sports! Action! even though we may not deserve it, because I didn’t realize until I saw the clock tick down just
At the beginning of September, we posted a survey that aimed to get at one big question: What changed for you this year? Sort of dizzying to think about. And yet! A ton of you answered. We took all that info and turned it into an infographic to try to make sense of it all.