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  • These Maison Margiela Hair Looks Are a Sight to See

    Eugene Souleiman has been known to create some pretty fashion-forward, out-of-this-world hair looks in his day, so it doesn’t come as a surprise that the highly coveted fashion house of Maison Margiela left everything hair-related for its Spring 2017 couture show in the hands of this trusted mane architect. #maisonmargiela @jgalliano @lexyroche @patmcgrathreal #hautecouture #johngalliano #eugenesouleiman #patmcgrath #braids @teddy_quinlivan A photo posted by @eugenesouleiman on Jan 25, 2017 at 7:57am PST

  • 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.

  • What Is Going On With Kanye West's Instagram Account?

    Kanye West has been having an eventful week. After coming out in support of President-elect Donald Trump at a Nov. 17 show, West caused another stir at the Sacramento, Calif., stop on his Saint Pablo tour, during which the rapper decided to perform only a handful of songs, opting to spend the rest of the time ranting about Jay Z, Beyoncé and Hillary Clinton. According to Billboard, he ended the show after 30 minutes, much to the chagrin of fans who paid to see West perform a full set.

  • Maison Margiela Made Yoga Mats, Wetsuits and Fairy Details Stylish, and We Are Entranced

    The haute couture label sent models down the runway in sporty outfits with unconventional accessories that don’t normally have a place on the runway — but leave it to John Galliano to find a way.

  • 12 Stunning Couture Details You Have to See Up Close

    Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week for fall 2016 was full of exquisite, extraordinary looks that have taken weeks or even months to create.

  • 12 Fresh Fragrances to Try This Spring

    This week’s 20-something temperatures may say otherwise, but according to the calendar, it is in fact spring. If you’re frowning and sighing right now, we’ve got the antidote for you. Ahead, we’ve gathered up 10 of the freshest fragrances for people of any gender to try this spring. Whether you’re a #GirlBoss, or a back-to-the-land boho girl, you’re sure to find your new scent ahead.

  • The 12 Sickest Finds From this Major Designer Clearance Sale

    Besides sharpening your thrifting skills, buying designer is the shortest route to building outfits that not every other girl on your train is wearing. As in, 80% off Stella McCartney and Saint Laurent real.  The clearance has just been restocked, so we found 12 of the sale’s best finds ahead.

  • 26 Luxe Buys to Update Your Spring Wardrobe

    With temperatures rising here in N.Y.C., we’re going to go out on a limb and declare that spring has arrived (hooray!). And of course, there’s nothing fashion people love more than celebrating spring with a whole new wish list chock-full of spring buys.  Ahead, Yahoo Style editors share the pieces they’re dreaming of adding to their wardrobes this spring. Sure, we may not nab them all…especially not when Zara or Topshop will be rolling out similar, wallet-friendly versions soon.

  • Maison Margiela's PFW Show Just Gave You All the Makeup Inspiration You Need This Year

    One of the most fascinating aspects of Maison Margiela's autumn/winter Paris Fashion Week show was the variety of beauty looks on the models. Blunt bobs, dark outlined lips, and some starkly bare faces graced the runway in a surprisingly cohesive show.

  • The New Look for Spring Is Anything But Soft

    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.

  • Is Couture Worth It? Yes, You Just Need to Look Closely

    There have been endless debates about the relevance of haute couture— especially in this era of fast fashion. What’s the point of making clothes that take weeks to embroider, days to assemble and only the mega rich can afford to even gawk at? Not to mention the fact that the profit on the clothes is said to be next to nothing.  Yes, it seems excessive, a fashion folly for some very rich housewives.

  • 5 Stellar Outfits for Every Kind of Winter Date

    Contrary to what you may believe, winter is actually the best time to start dating. The weather is frigid and dreary, so why not cozy up with someone special during the cold winter months? Into the outdoors? Lounge in high après-ski style after a quick glide through the snow.

  • 5 Work Wardrobe Challenges, Solved

    Getting dressed for work in the morning is never an easy feat — and that goes double when you’re the boss. The right outfit needs to command respect, communicate your style, and with any luck, subtly let people know you’re the kind of has-it-all-together #GirlBoss they should be listening to. Whether you’re climbing the corporate ladder, in the trenches of academia, or building a blogging empire from your living room couch, we’ve identified five common OOTD challenges — and we’ll show you how a boss solves ‘em all, straight ahead. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day

  • Pinstripes Are Cool Again—Seriously. Here’s How to Wear Them

    When I think of pinstripes, three things come to mind: 1920s gangsters, boxy ‘80s power suits, and overall executive realness. But recently, the pinstripe has gotten a facelift. See Kendall Jenner, who was just seen out in Paris with pal Cara Delevingne, sporting a midriff-baring pinstripe jumpsuit by Alessandra Rich—the same style Chrissy Teigen was seen wearing in August. They were seen throughout the fall collections, too, as reinterpreted by mega designers like Versace and Jenner/Kardashian family favorite, Balmain.

  • Mad for Morocco: Why Designers From YSL to Tory Burch to Dries Van Noten Can’t Get Enough

    Photography by Jerome Corpuz Styling by Jaime Kay Waxman Hair by Neil Grupp Makeup by Georgi Sandev Model Grace Simmons at Next Models Production by Fred Fantun  From the moment Yves Saint Laurent first set foot in Marrakech in 1966, the fashion world has been mad for Morocco. The late Algerian-born designer famously carried on a lifelong love affair with the country and its style, spending downtime there with his partner Pierre Bergé and eventually purchasing the Jardin Majorelle in Marrakech, a vibrant blue villa and gardens that today hosts frequent pilgrimages from fashion insiders and exhibitions dedicated to local culture. Morocco’s lavish clothing and craft traditions repeatedly found their way into YSL’s influential collections through his interpretations of such silhouettes as the caftan, djellaba (a hooded outer layer), and harem pants, and details like Berber-inspired embroidery and jewelry. "But I wasn’t content with importing this culture,“ he explained in 1983. ”I annexed, transformed and adapted it.“ Since then, countless designers—from Valentino to Diane von Furstenberg— have been traveling (both literally and figuratively) to the country for inspiration.

  • 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.

  • Sapphire Jewelry for September Babies

    If you’re a September baby then true blue gems serve as your birthstone. Sapphires are believed to protect from harm, so why not wear more than one and feel uber protected? Here are 11 brilliant pieces of sapphire jewelry pieces to so you can feel safe while looking chic. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day

  • 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.