Fashion

The latest, sure-to-be-sold-out collection from Beyoncé and sportswear giant Adidas is officially on the way. Yesterday, the official Ivy Park social media channels shared first-look images of Beyoncé modeling the newest gear, and in traditional Bey fashion, she looked absolutely stunning in the series of campaign photos. Keeping her makeup fresh and neutral and her
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Courtesy of Rebag / PAUL DE LUNA Since Rebag’s founding in 2014, the reseller site has built a small empire of gently-used designer used bags, everything from vintage Fendi to one-of-a-kind Hermès Birkins. Earlier this year, they launched a selection of accessories, and now the company is expanding even further by venturing into watches and
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Yousra Attia If you’re looking to kill time, The Outnet is here to offer panicking aesthetes a respite. The luxe retailer’s Fall Clearance Sale officially kicked off today, October 27, and the discounts are worthy of dropping whatever you’re doing (unless it’s voting). Just how good are the deals? Designers and coveted collaborations that rarely
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Everyone knows words of encouragement hit harder when they’re doled out alongside emojis. Thus is the power that 23-year-old Toronto native Donté Colley wields. Of course, with great power comes great social responsibility, and Colley has gone above and beyond what we seem to deserve in 2020. His Instagram videos have raked in millions of
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On him: Jacket, pants, beret, Louis Vuitton Men’s. Boots, Pierre Hardy. On her: Coat, pants, collar, belt, Louis Vuitton. Socks, Falke. Boots, Gabriela Hearst. Micaiah Carter Meteoric is the only possible term to describe Micaiah Carter’s rise. Just a few years ago, he was studying photography at Parsons—inspired by his father, who had taken pictures
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Courtesy of the subject; Hadid: BackgridGetty Images Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. When Glenn Martens’s models strode out on the runway, their upper thighs encased in fluffy tan tubelets, the front row did a double take. Were those…could those be…UGGs? Whatever your associations with the 40-year-old
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As if you needed another reason to love Madewell, the beloved brand whose denim offerings have become a mainstay in many closets—including famous ones, like Meghan Markle’s—here’s one more: Madewell athleisure. For the first time ever, Madewell is making its foray into the athleisure market with a collection aptly titled Make Weekends Longer. Madewell’s customers’
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Calling all Carrie Bradshaws: Manolos are dropping at NET-A-PORTER. Chances are, if you live and shop in New York, New Jersey or Connecticut, you’ll be well aware of NAP’s Premiere same-day delivery service, which as of Monday, October 19, will now include Manolo Blahnik shoes. After long last, the eponymous designer has finally joined the
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Campbell: Thierry Chesnot/GEtty Images; remaining Images: Imaxtree. Kenneth Ize was in Venice when we spoke in mid-September, his first time venturing outside Nigeria after nearly seven months in quarantine. The 29-year-old onetime LVMH Prize finalist, who made his fall 2020 debut in Paris to much fanfare, was putting the finishing touches on his spring 2021
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It’s popped up everywhere from Oprah’s Favorite Things list to the New York Times: the one and only Orolay Thickened Down Jacket on Amazon. The coat, which has racked up over 11,ooo reviews with an average 4.4 star rating, is a best-selling item in the Women’s Down Jackets & Parkas category on the site. And
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JUSTIN SULLIVAN/GETTY IMAGES; JARED SOARES; AP/SHUTTERSTOCK. It seems like several lifetimes ago that Michelle Obama shocked a public steeped in couture-clad First Ladies by rotating through a kaleidoscope of young designers—Thakoon and Jason Wu among them. In her Netflix documentary Becoming, Obama addresses the pressures that caused her to embrace clothing as part of her
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Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. At one point this spring, Jeremy Scott indulged in a piece of self-care. Prompted by “how infuriatingly disgusting the news has become,” he turned off CNN and switched his TV’s default setting to Turner Classic Movies, where he happened upon a
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Hulton ArchiveGetty Images I’ve long resisted cuffing season—the unofficial period of coupling that begins with the first post-Labor Day chill and wraps up in the thaw of early spring. Urban Dictionary describes this ritual as when “cold weather and prolonged indoor activity causes singles to become lonely and desperate to be cuffed.” My therapist would
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Edward BerthelotGetty Images AirPods with Wireless Charging Case Apple amazon.com $199.00 $159.99 (20% off) Love them or hate them, AirPods are the hottest tech accessory around. (Seriously, have you seen Henry Goulding or Jake Gyllenhaal wear the covetable pair? It’s about to get steamy.) While you’d have to be living under a rock to have
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With all that’s happening in the world it’s easy to forget that October marks Breast Cancer Awareness month. But the most common cancer amongst American women deserves attention and brands like Jimmy Choo, Estée Lauder, and Ralph Lauren (which is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its Pink Pony Campaign) are rising up to help find
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Twenty million in 2020 is Michael Kors’s landmark achievement. That’s the number of donated meals Watch Hunger Stop—his brand’s long-running philanthropic initiative in partnership with the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP)—reached this year, ahead of World Food Day on October 16. Now in its eighth year, Watch Hunger Stop is focused on helping WFP
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While some designers understandably phoned it in this season, Jonathan Anderson did not went all in. His spring-summer collection for Loewe brings new meaning to gallery girls. Each piece looks as if it belongs in a museum, and the art world is one that Anderson is familiar with. Since 2015, Anderson has worked with artist
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Courtesy of the Brands; Coach/Juergen Teller, Kwaidan Editions/Léa Dickely Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. This summer, I spent a lot of my time on the phone, chatting with designers and other fashion people about what they thought the future of fashion might hold. One of the
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Courtesy of Dries Van Noten This season feels drastically different due to COVID-19. While some designers opted for virtual presentations, others presented intimate shows, where attendees sat socially distanced with masks on. As fashion month lands in Paris, the looks keep rolling in. At Dior there was a fixation on the feminine while Kenzo nodded
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