Month: December 2018

[ad_1] Imagine the world’s most glamorous 4-H fair crossed with Fashion Week, and you’ll have a sense of what Peru’s Alpaca Fiesta feels like. The event this past October in Arequipa, the country’s second-largest city, drew designers, farmers, and sustainability advocates from all over the world. The lure: the titular meme-friendly animal, whose fur (which
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[ad_1] Dear E. Jean: It’s 2:30 a.m. I’m packing and moving out of my boyfriend’s house. Here’s what happened: I found a strange e-mail on his computer from a woman about “meeting up.” So I googled her funny-sounding name. I thought it was a hair salon or something. It was a prostitute at an escort
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[ad_1] A few years ago, back when Nashville was the filter of choice, cozy season Instagram looked something like this: a bird’s-eye view photo of a woman dressed in the comfiest of knits, relaxing on a bed with a steaming cup of coffee in hand and a laptop resting in front of her with a
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[ad_1] With unexpected and reworked fabrications, a trio of talents reclaims the mantra “Make do and mend” for luxury fashion. Paolina Russo Pablo Di Prima The inventive use of sports gear as “fabric” helped this recent Central Saint Martins grad win the school’s prestigious L’Oréal Profes- sionnel Young Talent Award. For her BA col- lection,
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[ad_1] Dec 24, 2018 courtesy Once upon a time, sweatpants were an abomination. Even Karl Lagerfeld, creative director for Chanel and Fendi, once balked at the leisure garment, saying, “Sweatpants are a sign of defeat. You lost control of your life so you bought some sweatpants.” But as trends ebb and flow, the comfy piece
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[ad_1] After a few weeks of speculation, the news has been confirmed: Raf Simons is officially out at Calvin Klein. Announced late Friday evening, the chief creative officer will vacate his position effective immediately and the brand will not present during February fashion week, according to Business of Fashion. Getty ImagesVictor VIRGILE Though he was
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[ad_1] Getty ImagesDaniele Venturelli In 2013, Gucci founded CHIME FOR CHANGE, a global campaign fighting for gender equality. Since then, the campaign has encouraged participation and conversation around the cause with several initiatives, including a bi-annual report with Irregular Labs that surveys Generation Z about their feelings on topics surrounding gender. In the latest report,
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[ad_1] Dec 21, 2018 Getty Images Welcome to “The Perfect,” ELLE.com’s roundup of all the elements needed for a perfectly outfitted and executed fill-in-the-blank. Even people with the very best gift-giving intentions can lose track of time and suddenly realize online shopping is no longer an option. If you’re stuck between a rock and a
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[ad_1] ELLE Editorial: His and Hers Photographed by Tom Schirmacher and Styled by Charles Varenne Dec 21, 2018 PHOTOGRAPHED BY TOM SCHIRMACHER and STYLED BY CHARLES VARENNE. Wool and leather coat, $2,200, houndstooth bustier, $950, cotton T-shirt, $390, wool trousers, $780, beret, $290, leather bag, $1,175, belt, $775, all, Versace. Gold-tone earrings, Balenciaga, $495.Rose gold
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[ad_1] One of my very first introductions to hair products was Johnson’s Kids No More Tangles Spray-on Detangler. My extra thick, long hair wouldn’t go a day without several spritzes of it before doing approximately 5,000 brush strokes à la Marcia Brady. As I got older (and lazier) I abandoned this step in my routine
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[ad_1] Celebrity hairstylist Clayton Hawkins—the man behind Laura Harrier, Elizabeth Olsen, Maddie Ziegler, and Karla Souza’s perfect manes—predicted the biggest hair trends for 2019 and I’m ready for all of them. Real talk, my 2019 plans involve working out, eating healthier, budgeting better, and getting a rounded bob I can turn into a wet look
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[ad_1] 2019 is a new year, but we may be going back in time when it comes to makeup trends. Celebrity makeup artist Quinn Murphy, who works with Natalie Portman, Elle Fanning, and Amber Heard, thinks we are going to see a lot of ’90s-inspired looks. The 2019 version is all about bringing out your
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