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  • Trump's 'Most Dishonest and Corrupt Media Awards' has a red carpet host: Chrissy Teigen

    Chrissy Teigen —who was blocked on Twitter last year by the reality show star turned president— has volleyed back by volunteering to serve as the host of the show’s (nonexistent) red carpet.

  • One designer just dressed models in travel tags for Paris Fashion Week

    Travel tags are officially in fashion — at least according to John Galliano, the Maison Margiela creative director who launched "bags as headwear" last season, and who has just returned with the debut of models covered in travel tags.

  • Nicole Kidman is ageless in pink and gray Dior

    Nicole Kidman, currently starring in the critically-acclaimed Top of the Lake: China Girl, stunned on yet another red carpet. The ageless beauty walked the red carpet at the National Gallery of Victoria at the Dior Gala Ball held in conjunction with The House of Dior exhibition in Melbourne, Australia.

  • This Designer Might Have Been a Bad Choice for Ivanka Trump's Daughter to Wear on a Jewish Holiday

    Wearing a dress from John Galliano -- an accused anti-Semite -- on a Jewish holiday may have been an odd choice for Ivanka's daughter to wear.

  • Ivanka Trump Named 'Most Powerful Jewish Woman In America' and Twitter Erupts

    First daughter Ivanka Trump was just named the most “powerful” Jewish woman in America. The title was bestowed on the first daughter by CNN which recently published a story titled, “Ivanka Trump: “America’s Most Powerful Jewish Woman.” The article details Ivanka’s 2009 conversion to Judaism before marrying Jared Kushner, who is an Orthodox Jew, and the private nature of her faith. CNN references a 2015 Vogue article in which Ivanka calls her religion a “personal thing” and a passage in her new book Women Who Work that describes her weekly Shabbat ritual: “During this time, we disconnect completely — no emails, no TV, no phone calls, no Internet.

  • Models Had Makeup Face-Lifts on the John Galliano Runway

    Runway makeup is often very bold and intense, even for an extravagant night out. But John Galliano showed a makeup look that’s subtle enough for beauty minimalists and so flattering that it can’t be overlooked. #boomerang #closeup #beauty regarding the #makeup #look of the #show #JohnGalliano @johngallianoofficial – designed by the #makeupartist #christellecocquet @christellecocquet @callisteagency @bycalliste ♥️♥️♥️#model #mannequin #KristinaAbibulaieva A post shared by (@yanngabin) on Mar 6, 2017 at 4:39am PST

  • A Model Walked Down the Runway Wearing a Bag on Her Head 

    John Galliano strikes again with one of his strangest runway shows yet — that just so happens to be one of the most memorable moments of Paris Fashion Week so far. For the designer’s Maison Margiela Fall/Winter 2017 show, he had a model walk with an oversized, furry black bag over her head. Not only was the fluffy head accessory not accompanied by a voluminous, Marie Antoinette-esque gown, the complementing look included a mere skin-tight nude tank top and blue jeans. The collection showed significant similarities to Galliano’s earlier Maison Margiela Couture show in January which featured an array of garments that included geometric cut outs and loose, colored threads dangling from coat collars to its buttons.

  • Amber Valletta Fronts New John Galliano Ad Campaign

    The model is bathed in blue light for the shot, which marks the third-consecutive campaign for the house by photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, with Atelier Franck Durand overseeing the visual identity.

  • Maison Margiela Couture Show Reminds Us of Picasso ... and a Snapchat Filter

    John Galliano never ceases to surprise us. For his latest couture collection for Maison Margiela, the designer debuted an artful collection inspired by both Picasso and Snapchat. On the runway, models showcased sheer veils, featuring silhouettes of facial elements, eyes, noses, and mouths, reminiscent of Picasso’s Cubist paintings.

  • Alexander McQueen, John Galliano and Fashion's "Magical Moment" Recounted

    On the heels of the paperback release of Dana Thomas' best-seller, 'Gods and Kings: The Rise and Fall of Alexander McQueen and John Galliano,' Pret-a-Reporter spoke to the author about the process of chronicling the tragic masterminds.

  • Hal Rubenstein’s New Book Is a Delicious Read for Pop Culture Fiends & Hopeless Romantics

    If you’re a fashion and pop culture junkie, or a cinematic daydreamer who often relates real life experiences to those witnessed on film, you’ll love this dreamy new tome by fashion industry icon Hal Rubenstein. The Looks of Love: 50 Moments in Fashion That Inspired Romance, is like VH1′s Pop Up Video in book form, providing little known details and the author’s first hand insights behind everything from Courtney Love’s initial wardrobe choices (she handmade all of those baby doll dresses, btw) to Dior’s elaborate haute couture shows in Paris to how to replicate that iconic gray off-the-shoulder sweatshirt worn by Jennifer Beale in Flashdance.  “I don’t think the idea was never not with me,” Rubenstein tells Yahoo Style upon explaining the impetus behind the book. “I have always been fascinated by how powerfully certain pop-cultural images insinuate themselves into our emotional behavior.” Enlisting pals such as Calvin Klein, Debra Messing, John Galliano, and Michael Kors to chime into the conversation, Rubenstein offers a enlightening and gossipy read, a touchstone for anyone who lived through these moments (or wishes that they had).  As for his favorite moments? “I won’t ever forget the hysteria of John Galliano freaking everyone out at Versailles with his Amazonian warrior collection for Dior inspired by The Matrix,” he says. “I had the pleasure of introducing my friend Versace to South Beach.

  • John Galliano Perfectly Subverts Ladylike Dressing at Martin Margiela

    Designer John Galliano’s version of the lady is not your average uptown pencil skirt-and-pointy heels kind of woman. Galliano’s woman is a little off, a little undone— but in the best possible way: a frowsy beehive, slightly frayed clothes, fishnets and Kabuki-style eyeshadow. In fact, Galliano’s lady doesn’t have to be a lady at all— the designer sent a few men down the runway looking just as pretty with stylish quiffs, opera gloves and fishnets galore. Here are some of my favorite looks from the show.

  • Outrageous Looks, RuPaul & Lactating Performers: Inside The World Of NY Nightlife Queen Susanne Bartsch

    Susanne Bartsch has been New York’s regnant Queen of the Night since moving here in the early 1980s. Fashion Underground: The World of Susanne Bartsch, a new exhibition at the Museum at FIT in New York curated by Bartsch and FIT’s Valerie Steele, sheds light on her enduring influence. Yahoo Style caught up with the scene queen before the exhibition’s opening night. One is devoted to the early days, when I came to New York in the early ′80s, and the second is about what I wear—my “transformations”—to the nightclubs and events that I create.

  • 15 Crazy Looks from the Haute Couture Shows

    Designers including John Galliano, Karl Lagerfeld, Jean Paul Gaultier, and Giambattista Valli sent wafer thin models down the runway in exquisite, one-of-a-kind looks. This year marked Alexis Mabille’s tenth year as a couturier and for his anniversary collection, he enlisted his friend and muse, Dita Von Teese, as well actress Leslie Caron to personify the collection.

  • John Galliano Utilizes Burlap and Plastic Wrap For His First Couture Show in Paris Since 2011

    When John Galliano showed his first haute couture collection as Artistic Director of Maison Martin Margiela last January, he chose to make his debut in London. Related: The Fashion World Reacts to John Galliano's Maison Martin Margiela Couture Show Fashion's favorite new face, Molly Blair, opened the show in this charcoal vest with matching skirt adorned with pom pom fringe.

  • Amal Clooney Does Have a Stylist & He’s John Galliano’s Partner

    Earlier this week, Amal Clooney accompanied her husband George to the Tokyo premiere of his movie Tomorrowland. In a gold silk bias-cut halter gown designed by John Galliano for Maison Margiela, Amal was the picture of old Hollywood glamour, perfectly befitting her status as America’s princess (and very possibly, future First Lady). This is the second time Amal has worn a Galliano design since he took over at Margiela and began an expertly executed comeback, dressing one A-list woman at a time.

  • How—& Why—John Galliano’s Comeback Strategy is Working

    At the 87th Academy Awards, in a sea of pale, embellished dresses, Cate Blanchett—revered the world over for her fearless, forward-thinking fashion choices—stood out in a simple, black form-fitting gown. “We reached out [to Maison Margiela] because of John [Galliano]’s history with Cate,” Blanchett’s stylist Elizabeth Stewart told Yahoo Style about the duo’s decision to wear the controversial designer last night.

  • The Fashion World Reacts to John Galliano's Maison Martin Margiela Couture Show

    Today is #MargielaMonday, when all of the fashion industry decamped to London for not only the mens collections but also for John Galliano’s return to fashion as the Artistic Director of Maison Martin Margiela.