In-person and virtual, here's our fave style moments from the night.Originally Appeared on Teen Vogue
Meet Nina Nelson, Kaedi Dalley, Hannah Mrozak, Cora Isabel and Kaylah Sharve, the vocal quintet that makes up Citizen Queen. The post ‘No Ego’: Citizen Queen represents girl group excellence for the new age appeared first on In The Know.
Here's what they're buying.
Inspiration nation.From Harper's BAZAAR
Zoom in. From Harper's BAZAAR
We have the proof.
Street style is a bit less crowded this fall/winter 2021 Fashion Week season, but there's still lots of great outfit inspiration to be had. As we anxiously await a change in seasons and a chance to shed some winter layers, these lighter transitional looks feel spot-on. Scroll through for statement trenches, bright colors, suits, and trend pieces that will help you refresh your spring style. Related: Styling Your Loafers With Socks Is the Newest Trend, and I'm All For It
Dogan takes over from Christine Beauchamp, who will now head up Amazon’s consumer categories in North America.
Her outfit was on trend from head to square toe.
Including a perfect spring Zoom shirt, a blacked-out dental floss flex, and much more.Originally Appeared on GQ
Showgoers took full advantage of the opportunity to step out of their work-from-home pajamas into actual outfits worth admiring.
Think: bold prints, voluminous silhouettes, and elevated loungewear.
From platform loafers to an unexpected accessory, the seasons trends are way more dressed up than 2020 ever was.
If you've been looking to style out your WFH wardrobe, you need an Entireworld sweatsuit
And they're under-$100.
“I’ve got a couple stupid ones. I don’t know if I regret them so much.”
Bookmark these names (and their clothes) for your next shopping trip. From Town & Country
Instagram’s live “talk show” feature with multiple guests rolls out with Paris Fashion Week programming, #BuyBlack beauty sessions.
The Italian brand has been making a years-long push towards reconciliation and rehabilitation following a 2018 racist incident. Still, some are unwilling to forgive and forget.
Women's History Month is the perfect time to brush up on your knowledge of fashion companies big and small that were started by women - don't you think? While we're still keeping feel-good, work-from-home style top of mind this month, the fall and winter runways have such positive, uplifting tones, we're naturally inspired to do some shopping. Ahead, we curated a list of clothes and accessories we have our eyes on all because, yep, they're damn cute, but they all support strong businesswomen during March, when appreciation is key. Scroll to learn a little bit of backstory from each brand and see if our favorite site selections speak to you, too. Run and get your credit card JIC - all the (girl) power to you. Related: Rapper Tierra Whack Wears All the Black Women in Music Who Inspire Her on 1 Incredible Dress