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  • This teen wore a Michelle Obama suit jacket to prom to honor the 'strong black women' who raised him

    After going viral with a Black Lives Matter gown in 2017, Terrence Torrence is now turning heads with another creation: a suit jacket featuring the face of Michelle Obama, designed for a Mississippi teen.

  • Lady Gaga joins the 'it' girl fan club of fashion brand Miaou

    The singer was spotted in a yellow plaid corset from Miaou, joining an impressive list of stars sporting designs from the up-and-coming brand.

  • Heidi Klum on her new clothing line and why no one wanted her to do fashion shows

    Heidi Klum is the name behind a full-range clothing line, and she's doing it in collaboration with German grocery store Lidl.

  • The brands Mayweather and McGregor will be wearing in this weekend's 'Money Fight'

    One thing's for sure, both fighters will be decked out. In Mayweather’s corner are Swiss luxury watch brand Hublot and Philipp Plein, who have created pieces for the boxer both in and outside of the ring.

  • 10-Year-Old Designer, Bullied for Her Dark Skin, Stuns in Incredible Photo Shoot

    Click through the gallery to view the stunning photo series of this fierce little 10-year-old girl. Kheris Rogers, we can't wait to see what you do.

  • Whitney Port Struggles to Accept Her Pregnancy Body

    Whitney Port recently opened up about her body image insecurities while pregnant. Whitney Port‘s body is changing throughout her pregnancy — but, like many women, she’s struggling to accept and grow comfortable with all the physical changes that come with growing a human being. The 32-year-old recently shared a photo from her baby shower, posing in a floral Elizabeth and James dress, in which she reflected on body image in the caption.

  • Study Says Dressmakers Have Super-Strength Vision

    Not only are fashion designers superior creatives, but a new study from the University of California, Berkeley suggests that dressmakers specifically also have better vision than the rest of us. Not just “better” vision, they have what’s called stereoscopic vision.

  • CFDA Awards: From Meg to Kerry to Mandy, What Everyone Wore

    It's the Oscars of the fashion world. See what Mandy Moore, Diane Kruger, Gigi Hadid and Kerry Washington wore to the CFDAs.

  • Victoria Beckham's Very Posh Beauty Evolution

    Happy 43rd birthday, Victoria Beckham! Although the mother of four is now an accomplished fashion designer, we still have a soft spot for Posh Spice (and yes, we’re still rooting for a Spice Girls reunion in the near future). From the time Victoria first broke onto the scene in the ’90s till now, we’ve seen the style icon rock everything from spiky highlighted hair and platinum asymmetrical bobs to pink smoky eyes and chiseled bronze cheeks. Just in case you needed a refresher on how much she’s evolved over the years, check out Victoria’s beauty evolution. Read more on Yahoo Style & Beauty: Recreate Victoria Beckham's Soft Waves Victoria Beckham’s Cannes Beauty Is Too Chic for Words Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and@YahooBeauty.

  • Lara Trump Reveals What Life as a Trump Is Really Like

    In a recent interview and photoshoot with Hello! Magazine, Lara Trump, the wife of President Trump's son Eric, revealed what life as a Trump is really like and how POTUS is truly a family man.

  • Not Into Paying Full Price? Here’s Where to Find the Best Designer Clothes for Less

    According to a recent survey, the average woman spends nearly $1,500 on clothing and accessories a year. Broken down, that’s about seven “casual tops” at $20 a pop, three pairs of shoes for no more than $70 each, and dresses under $50, plus some other items.

  • How People Evade Taxes to Buy Gucci

    Over lunch, two girlfriends swapped stories about recent successful shopping trips. One, a young professional who had just started work in the fashion industry, let her friend in on a score she thought too good not to share.

  • The Models Looked Like Disney Princesses at the Giambattista Valli Runway Show

    Giambattista Valli presented the Spring 2017 couture collection in Paris this past week for Haute Couture, offering all the frills and glamour we’ve come to expect from the designer. The gowns are fit not only for a red carpet affair, but are suitable for a Disney princess.

  • Copy Jonathan Simkhai's Thanksgiving Crowdpleaser: Buffalo Chicken Dip

    New York-based fashion designer Jonathan Simkhai has designed dresses for First Lady Michelle Obama, Academy Award winner Cate Blanchett, and model-of-the-moment Gigi Hadid, but he also knows how to kick Thanksgiving off right with a crowd-pleasing appetizer: Buffalo Chicken Dip. “For the past few years, it’s been my signature Thanksgiving dish,” he says. “It is definitely the tastiest appetizer on the coffee table, and eating it with celery will make you feel only slightly less guilty!”

  • Plus-Size Women Will Soon Be Able to Make Their Own Vintage-Style Clothing Thanks to a New Kickstarter Campaign

    Shelley Johnson of New Vintage Lady has created a line of sewing patterns so larger women can actually create their own vintage reproductions.

  • Anya Hindmarch Shows Bandaged Heads & Fried Eggs

    A sixties feel at Anya Hindmarch. [Photo: Getty]

  • J.W. Anderson Just Brought Back Two Major Skirt Trends From the 2000s

    A model wears a bubble-hem dress at J.W. Anderson s/s 2017. London Fashion Week may be the shortest “week” of fashion month, but it’s consistently one of the most exciting — and that’s in part because it’s during LFW that Jonathan Anderson, aka J.W. Anderson, shows his collections. At just 32, Anderson is one of the youngest designers to show during fashion month — so his references this season were on point for someone who came of age during that era of trends.

  • Illustrator Celebrates the Diverse Bodies of Female Olympic Athletes

    Wendy Fox, a Melbourne-based illustrator and graphic designer, launched a Kickstarter campaign during the Rio Olympics to shine a spotlight on her project, for which she's illustrated all 276 female Olympians who won gold medals across 139 events in 2012 to celebrate their diverse, athletic forms.

  • 7 Looks That Show Why Miley and Katy Love Jeremy Scott's Crazy Creativity

    Moschino creative director Jeremy Scott is known for his unique — and often wacky — designs, but A-list celebs like Katy Perry and Miley Cyrus can’t get enough. From Perry’s 2015 Met Gala gown to MyCy’s epic costumes at MTV’s Music Video Awards that same year, we’re celebrating him and his statement-making looks.