Fashion

Getty ImagesPascal Le Segretain Chanel has announced that Virginie Viard, the brand’s fashion studio director, will succeed Karl Lagerfeld. The legendary designer’s death was confirmed on Tuesday, February 19th. He was 85. Viard has worked alongside Karl Lagerfeld since (nearly) the beginning. Her tenure at Chanel started in 1987 when a family friend Prince Rainier’s
0 Comments
Getty ImagesStephane Cardinale – Corbis Karl Lagerfeld, one of the most influential fashion designers to shape the industry, has died at 85. Prolific in every sense of the word, Lagerfeld designed for three brands—Chanel, Fendi and his namesake label—branching out into photography and hospitality. If every person has one detail that unlocks their mythology, for
0 Comments
[ad_1] Getty Imagesgotpap/Bauer-Griffin Kim Kardashian is never hesitant to make a statement with bold sheer and strappy looks, but the gown she wore to the Hollywood Beauty Awards last night just took things to the next level. She attended the event wearing this vintage Thierry Mugler gown featuring a form fit, thigh slit, and cutouts
0 Comments
[ad_1] Gigi Hadid is not hard to spot. 5 foot 10 with a whoosh of blonde hair and an aura of liquid gold, she’s been flashbulb candy since age two, when she booked her first Baby Guess campaign. But on Burberry’s Fall 2019 runway, Hadid came down sixth on the catwalk, and nobody really knew.
0 Comments
Getty ImagesEamonn M. McCormack The most extensive collection of the House of Christian Dior ever compiled has been made accessible to the public by way of a stunning new exhibition at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. The “Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams” exhibition showcases some of Christian Dior’s most iconic looks from 1947 to today,
0 Comments
[ad_1] Getty ImagesEamonn M. McCormack The most extensive collection of the House of Christian Dior ever compiled has been made accessible to the public by way of a stunning new exhibition at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. The “Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams” exhibition showcases some of Christian Dior’s most iconic looks from 1947 to
0 Comments
[ad_1] It’s fun to say something is “trash.” It’s less fun—in fact, it’s awful—to see trash, especially in the wild, or where people and animals try to live. Matty Bovan and A Sai Ta know all about it. As London natives and “Young Millennials,” the two British designers have grown up with climate change, landfills,
0 Comments
[ad_1] Liza Boone As summer’s classic generation-spanning sandal, a Birkenstock is always a good idea—and this spring a totally new silhouette is joining the bunch. The Yao takes the brand’s slip-on-and-wear-with-anything vibe to even more versatile levels. Whether for brunch, vacation, or your average Tuesday, these slim-strapped sandals are just the addition your wardrobe has
0 Comments
[ad_1] Getty ImagesPascal Le Segretain Filmmaker, screenwriter, and activist, Ava DuVernay has always been on the frontlines of the fight against oppression, using films like 13th to address the racial injustices plaguing the black community, and her Twitter platform to support Colin Kaepernick’s NFL protest and denounce “white privilege.” Now, DuVernay is bringing her fight
0 Comments
[ad_1] Photographed by Cole Sprouse; Styled by Natasha Royt Intricate crochet and macrame—on tank dresses, swinging skirts, and cover-ups—appear at home among the pristine wetlands and rocky coast of Southern California. Dress, $7,500, fringed vest, $10,600, both, Chanel. Opal earring (on her right ear, throughout), Pascale Monvoisin, $340. Earring, Mounser, $225 (for pair). Belt, Altuzarra,
0 Comments
[ad_1] Albright Fashion Library LA “High fashion doesn’t really exist here since most of the major photographers and models are in New York,” said Albright Fashion Library founder, Irene Albright of the red carpet-centered fashion scene in LA. That was part of her inspiration to bring her namesake showroom to the West Coast. Filled with
0 Comments
[ad_1] Don’t let a downpour get you, well, down. Make like Winnie Harlow and suit up in slick plastic and water-resistant pieces that’ll keep you dry, whatever the forecast. Coat, Kassl Editions, $1,735. Bucket hat, Eric Javits, $295. Photographed by Max Papendieck and Styled by Katie Mossman Trench coat, $2,135, floral apron, $2,700, shirt, $640,
0 Comments
[ad_1] So much happened on yesterday’s catwalks that we had to take an inventory. What moved us? What made us want to shop again? And what flavor chicken wings was Bella Hadid eating at Brandon Maxwell? The questions are endless, but thankfully, the runways end at 9pm. Here’s everything that happened before then… Brandon Maxwell
0 Comments
[ad_1] If this were a magazine spread, the title would blare something nuts like “YES SHUI CAN!” and picture Kim Shui looking very cool, very capable, and wrapped in a yellow snakeskin jacket. The texture is one of her signatures, and helped make the 28-year-old’s brand into a street style must-shoot, not to mention a
0 Comments
[ad_1] One of the standout looks from Tom Ford’s fall 2019 collection was deep, red and monochromatic: a red velvet blazer, maroon bodysuit, shiny silk cuffed suit pants, and velvet peep-toe platforms. Getty ImagesVictor VIRGILE Sure, part of the reason the look stood out was because it was modeled by ELLE’s March cover star Gigi
0 Comments
[ad_1] Proenza Schouler’s PS1. Alexander Wang’s Rocco. Chloe’s Paddington: All It-bags we’ve known and loved…and stuck in the back of a closet now that the allure has worn off. And while some It-styles do make a comeback—see Fendi’s reissue of the Baguette and Dior’s Insta-loved Saddle—most are long forgotten and buyers are moving on to
0 Comments