Finally, a proper place to store those glitter pens and neon Post-Its. From Cosmopolitan
Zooming in on the little details. From Harper's BAZAAR
We're only a few weeks in. We can't keep doing this.
Between remote learning , office meetings and digital scavenger...
Tie-dye isn't going anywhere for fall.
Kristen Bell's daughters have a very interesting beverage of choice during their Zoom classes : O'Doul's non-alcoholic beer.During...
Kristen Bell recently “walked in” on her kids sipping O’Doul’s — during a Zoom class There’s a learning curve to pandemic-induced remote learning, and we’re all sort of figuring it out as we go. Of course, that means any manner of mishaps is possible and even probable… especially where Zoom is concerned. Just ask Kristen 
Fashion Month isn’t exactly known for producing wearable trends. And yet, when New York, the first of the four cities to hold the Spring 2021 shows, began its first all-digital showcase on Sunday, it presented looks that are a lot more attainable than in years past. It makes sense: With most of our lives spent at home now and in the foreseeable future, there is no need for extravagant dresses or out-there trends. And, given that sweatsuits have become the unofficial uniform of the pandemic, it makes even more sense that versions of the style (albeit much more fashionable than typical offerings) made their way into the shows of even the most high-fashion designers. (Masks, another necessity of the pandemic, also appeared frequently.) Sustainable designer Zero + Maria Cornejo debuted a stunning silky hot pink top with matching pants that looked like it could take its wearer from lounging in bed to jumping on a last-minute Zoom call and taking a walk outside. A collection that served as “a love letter to New York City,” it also showed other appropriate-for-today wear, including a white hoodie-shorts set and a coordinating mask-and-jacket look. Buzzy brand PH5 — whose new collection spread awareness about climate change and the bushfires that devastated Australia earlier this year, and cast members of the Firesticks Alliance, an Indigenous Australian-led organization, as models — showcased a printed pair of lounge-like pants with a coordinating sweatshirt and bucket hat, as well as knit matching sets. Even Rodarte, Kate and Laura Mulleavy’s label more known for its ethereal dresses and layered lace skirts, showed an athletic-inspired sweatsuit, emblazoned with “J’Aime Rodarte” on the sweatshirt and sweatpants a la its Radarte x Depop offerings, and floral pajama sets. Given that NYFW has a few more days left, it’s likely that many more brands will present their version of the style that we’ve come to live in (and love) over the past six months. See some of the NYFW-approved sets in the slideshow ahead and check back as we add more looks from the forthcoming presentations.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Harlem’s Fashion Row Kicked Off NYFWThe Winners Of The 2020 CFDA Fashion Awards Are...Fall’s Biggest Handbag Trends Are Practical & Fun
South African designer Laduma Ngxokolo gave his signature vivid knitwear a sportier spin, perhaps with his growing NBA player fan base in mind.
Here's a glimpse at this bold, high-power shoe.
Without deep-pocketed investors behind them, it was a testament to the spirit of creativity and survival that so many American designers were able to get it together to show at all. And the problem-solving was inspiring.
Everyone's kids are "falling behind" the norm set by educators evaluating students in a traditional classroom. So chill out.
Ahead of the (mostly virtual) September shows, IMG's Noah Kozlowski explains.
Yes, please, to literally all of these.From Cosmopolitan
When most people think of sorority recruitment, they probably think of movie-like stereotypes that consist of girls with perfectly manicured nails, the trendiest of outfits, and smiles brighter than the sun. In reality though, for most girls, sorority recruitment consists of tired feet, sore throats, illnesses running rampant, and insane exhaustion.
Catherine Holstein offered a compelling alternative to escapist fashion.
You don't need to live in a swing state to make a difference.
Psst: There's some high-fashion lineage around the corner.
Amazon is here to solve your fashion woes - we're not kidding. The online retailer offers a variety of pretty, stylish pieces at ridiculously low prices. Whether you want something tight and sexy or flowy and patterned, there's a design out there for you. There are dresses, rompers, jackets, sandals, jewelry, tops, and more. In this installment of our 50 under $50 franchise, we're bringing you the very best deals you can snag from Amazon. Instead of spending all of your money on just one piece of clothing, you can buy a few. So stop stalling and get shopping. Related: 15 Bestsellers on Amazon Fashion That Customers Are Raving About in September
"Selling Sunset" star Chrishell Stause left her "Dancing With the Stars" rehearsal bringing this summer's hottest tie-dye trend into fall.