Fashion

Mar 22, 2019 Only the world’s most committed minimalists would try arguing you just need one handbag in your wardrobe. From work to play to work-slash-play, modern life includes a glossary’s worth of activities that all require a slightly different size, shape, or functionality. And, as the city that never sleeps, Manhattan proved to be
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Courtesy of brands Ahh, the ’90s. If there’s one article of clothing that has become synonymous with the golden era of fashion, music, and pop culture, it’s the slip dress. The delicate, silky garment was once seen as a fashion faux pas—a risqué lingerie piece worn only in the comfort of your home—but when industry
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No shade, but skinny frames are kind of a trend we wish we sat out. So this year we’re course correcting and going all in on classic sunglasses. That means sophisticated cat eyes, timeless aviators, universally flattering wayfarers, and other shapes we won’t regret. If you’re feeling the same, shop 21 pairs of frames that
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Matthew Sprout Niche brands and direct-to-consumer drops might have a buzz factor, but nothing compares to finding a gem from a trusted-and-true retailer. We studied Banana Republic’s spring collection and found all sorts of apparel and accessories perfect for spring. With 40 years under its belt, the brand knows a thing or two about mastering
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Photographed by Miles Aldridge; Styled by Samuel François. The season’s sweetest styles are twice as delectable when paired with candy-coated lashes and hair. Bustier top, Rodarte. Earrings, Giorgio Armani, $2,695. Photographed by Miles Aldridge; Styled by Samuel François. Top, Kenzo, $445. Earring, ring, both, Bulgari. Beauty tip: To keep heightened hair up all night long,
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Dominique CharriauGetty Images In January, Virgil Abloh presented his second Louis Vuitton collection, inspired the legacy of the late Michael Jackson. From the soundtrack to the set to the diamond-encrusted white gloves given as invites, the King of Pop’s influence touched every aspect of the show. Victor VIRGILEGetty Images But in the following weeks, the
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Ethically and locally made in Vancouver, BC, Londrė is a travel-inspired line of swimwear boasting multi-functional designs that hold up to chlorine, salt, and sand. Whether you wear yours solo while sunbathing, with shorts for touring, or dressed up for seaside cocktails, each silhouette is double lined with recycled fabric and features anti-bacterial, anti-odor, and
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What are mom shorts, exactly? You can find the answer in old family photos—they’re what your mom wore in the ’80s and ’90s while she cooked dinner, carried you on her shoulders through Disneyland, or supervised your playdates. It’s off-duty Princess Di with royal kids in tow. Mom shorts don’t elongate your legs or lift
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Baby Phat is back! A very Happy International Women’s day indeed! Kimora Lee Simmons Leissner, designer, model, and entrepreneur, celebrated our day by announcing the return of streetwear brand Baby Phat. Leissner broke the news at a UN Women and Gender Innovation Coalition for Change today. According to WWD, Leissner spoke of her personal mission
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Courtesy Rompers have the difficult reputation of being associated with babies. And we get it. Their other name is literally “playsuit,” which just sounds like something you’d dress Prince George in. But Saint Laurent and Alexander Wang are reinterpreting the style for adults, and we’re ready to transition from jumpsuits to rompers immediately. See 7
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Yanshan ZhangGetty Images What comes across most clearly at Sarah Burton’s Alexander McQueen shows, aside from the stunning craftsmanship and impeccable tailoring, is the thoughtfulness. There’s a story behind each piece, behind the setting, behind even the seating for the show—imbuing the collection with emotional oomph. For this fall 2019 collection, Burton went home to
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A look from Venny Etienne Trend I’m loving: Subtle incorporations of shine and sparkle. Trend I cannot stand: Oversize clothes executed poorly. There’s an art to choosing to wear oversize clothes, as opposed to just wearing things that don’t fit. Too much fabric is not always the thing. My biggest strength as a designer: I’m
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