The first lady and former model isn't landing any magazine covers, and her fans, including actor James Woods, aren't pleased.
For decades — centuries, even — fashion designers have created clothing in reaction to the political climate. And this season is no exception.
Now, judging by what we saw at New York Fashion Week last month, we can safely say the ‘90s are on a steep incline, starting with the return of some throwback hair accessories. Tom Ford brought back thick elastic headbands — but upgraded them to leather, naturally. Stretch combs are baaaaaack, says Anthony Turner, the lead hairstylist at Prabal Gurung.
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Kim Kardashian sizzled in skintight black patent-leather dress while Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid wore body-clinging Grecian gowns.
Melania Trump’s casual shirt was a 360-degree departure from how she began the weekend, wearing an $1,880 green Missoni midi-dress and Manolo Blahnik orange snakeskin stilettos.
Paris Jackson, 18, is getting political. On Friday, designer Jeremy Scott posted an Instagram photo of her wearing a T-shirt that read: “Our voice is the only thing that will protect us.”
At the premiere of "Sunday in the Park With George," Annaleigh Ashford showed up in the Tom Ford gown that Katy Perry wore to the Grammys earlier this month.
Tom Brady has never hidden his love for designer Tom Ford — the Patriots quarterback has a guilty penchant for the brand’s suits and sneakers.
We defy you to watch Nocturnal Animals and not be freaked out by Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who plays the kind of bad guy nightmares are made of.
It’s only fitting that the leading lady in Tom Ford’s second directorial endeavor would frolic around onscreen in a variety of high-end threads. You’d expect nothing less from the fashion guru turned director. But a closer look at Amy Adams’s overly pristine and buttoned-up wardrobe provides a telling glimpse into the heated psychological journey that her character is about to embark upon. And that was intentional. Arianne Phillips, the costume designer behind Nocturnal Animals, had all that in mind when she was creating the clothes for Adams’s character. ...
Fashion emperor and film director Tom Ford was among the honorees at the WSJ Magazine Innovator Awards, where he revealed an intriguing secret about his past. Other honorees at the gala dinner held Wednesday evening included artist Ai Wei Wei, set designer Es Devlin, and the Weeknd, aka Abel Tesfaye.
Fall is in the air, but in the fashion world we’re already seeing signs of the seasons changing. And, with that, the new must-have shoes, bags, jackets and so forth are being advertised in splashy campaigns, usually featuring a famous celebrity, making those items even more desirable. Here, the best campaigns so far. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day
Photography by Hans Neumann Styling by Nicholas Grasa Hair by Adam Markarian Makeup by Yacine Diallo Manicure by Dawn Sterling Models: Athena Wilson at Marilyn Agency, Saara Sihvonen at Fusion Models, Nick Hadid at Click Models, Robert Spencer at Major Models Think “spring fashion,” and what leaps to mind? Easter-egg colors, feather-light fabrics, and florals (quelle groundbreaking). But there’s a new mood in the air for spring 2016 — one that mixes a little darkness and decadence in with all those dreamy pastels. We took this spring’s most inspiring looks out on the town — namely, to the Palm Beach-influenced Paul’s Cocktail Lounge at Roxy Hotel.
It’s been a good year for fashion. We’ve talked about what to wear to various holidays and occasions, where to find the best “It Bag,” how to pack like a pro, and even what classics should be in your wardrobe. As the year draws to a close, we offer one last hurrah — what to wear on your New Year’s getaway of course! Here, Yahoo Style editors suggests five varied looks based on their own personal travels.
Photography by Doug Inglish Styling by Christopher Kim Grooming by Mira Chai Hyde Set Design by Danny Diamond Production by Joe Daley at A Productions Special Thanks to Schneider Productions Lucky Blue Smith is 6 feet 3 inches of beanpole legs, piercing facial features, 0 percent body fat, and the response to the previously unanswerable question: “Who is your favorite male model?” He’s everywhere, once you realize who the skinny blond guy is: dancing in the Tom Ford campaign with Lady Gaga, bounding over frozen terrain for Moncler, readjusting his sweatshirt and staring down the camera for Calvin Klein. In the past year he’s spent on major runways, he’s attracted the kind of fanfare outside of shows you might expect for Kate Moss or Kendall Jenner but is wholly unprecedented in the world of male modeling.
Fortunately there are plenty to choose from thanks to designers such as Altuzarra, Gucci, and Alexander McQueen. “I think it’s best if you team it with denim or leather,” says stylist Emily Barnes who savvily dressed model Cameron Russell in a black lace Altuzarra top and Baldwin denim pencil skirt for the recent CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards.
With countless magazine covers and a slew of big-name campaigns (like Tom Ford and Moncler) under his belt (not to mention 1.5 million Instagram followers), Lucky Blue Smith’s nascent modeling career has quickly gone from baby steps to big-time in the blink of a cat eye. In this behind-the-scenes video, Smith is showing off his soul-crushing good looks and versatility by channeling his inner rocker, poet, and jock at his Yahoo Style cover shoot (come back to Yahoo Style on Monday for more!). He also takes a few minutes to reveal the key to his success, where his unusual name comes from (as he has three older sisters, he says his parents felt “lucky” to have a boy), and what he’s done to perfect his runway strut. Watch the video above for more!