In honor of the late legend's boundary-breaking fashion.
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Half the fun of New York Fashion Week happens on the streets, between the shows. So, with events happening mostly digitally over the last year and a half, we were inspired to see street style back in NYC, and setting the tone for a new season of dressing. There are some familiar trends - the resurgence of nostalgic 2000s-inspired clothes is alive and well - but this is also an ode to personal style.
Spring '22 come through.
Fashion month has officially kicked off in New York City. And for the first time since the pandemic reared its nasty head, the fashionable folk have descended on the streets of the Big Apple to parade from show to show in their finest 'fits. Of course, they’re all carrying the season’s hottest accessory: a vaccination card. It’s also a moment for the biggest trends of summer and fall that we've been ogling online and fantasizing about to finally come out to play. Outside the shows, Y2K-inspired
Here's how to rock head-to-toe red, yellow or blue.
Is Gabrielle Union's look not the most cozy-meets-glam, post-party outfit you've ever seen? Following her night out at the Met Gala, for which she wore Iris Van Herpen to celebrate American Fashion, Gab turned to UK's Stella McCartney for a sustainable press look while promoting her new book You Got Anything Stronger? in NYC. The coordinates come from the brand's Resort 2022 collection and were teamed with Amina Muaddi's iconic sculpted slingbacks.
The final day of shows was all about showing a little a skin.
For those who were unaware, this year's Met Gala theme was “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion,” which meant the...
If we're handing out best-dressed superlatives to the 2021 Met Gala freshmen class, Evan Mock has our vote. The skateboarder-turned-model-turned-actor returned to his Gossip Girl character's favorite New York City landmark last night dressed head to toe in a spectacular Thom Browne ensemble. In case that wasn't enough, Mock also brought back his iconic pink buzzcut for the special occasion.
As far as day-to-day fashion goes, most of us have been cycling through the same three pairs of sweatpants for the last year and a half. But it’s September, and New York Fashion Week has arrived once again to...
After two lonely, locked-down seasons, during which fashion insiders had to make do with viewing short films and online lookbooks from their couches, Fashion Month makes its return, with back-to-back shows, enviably ebullient street style, and trends galore. But while much about the biannual event is the same as it was pre-COVID — lines are still long, seating is still limited, and preening and peacocking still take place aplenty — much has changed since the pandemic ushered runways online back
Founded in 1879 by Frank Winfield Woolworth, the company's first stores in Utica, New York, and Lancaster, Pennsylvania sold general merchandise and were called “five-and-dime’s” because everything sold for 10 cents or less. The chain grew quickly, and by 1905, Woolworth invited rival retailer chains (two were owned by his relatives!) to merge with him. The company purchased other chains over the years, including Footlocker, though Woolworth variety stores closed in 1997.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez made quite the debut at Monday night's Met Gala! On first glance, the congresswoman appeared to be wearing a gorgeous off-the-shoulder white gown with a tulle train, but the second she turned around, we saw her iconic political statement: "Tax the Rich" plastered across the back of the dress in bright red lettering. It's not lost on us that AOC chose the statement Brother Vellies look for one of fashion's most extravagant, glamorous nights.
Featuring picks inspired by our favorite New York Fashion Week showgoers.
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From award shows to movie premieres, Emma Stone’s style never fails to stand out. Here’s over a decade of her best looks.
Natalia Bryant makes her Met Gala debut! What an iconic way to kick off a fashion career. The up-and-coming model just signed with IMG Models in February and is already out here making statements on red carpets.
Fashion's biggest night is back. Originally Appeared on Teen Vogue
From “bobby sockers” to Lizzie McGuire, these styles created a fashion revolution.