Fashion

[ad_1] Was it fake snow? Drifts of something white filled the New York Stock Exchange, the site of Raf Simons third collection for Calvin Klein. Get a little closer and you could smell it: buttery, salty…popcorn? Yes, popcorn. It filled the runway and sloped up the sides of 19th century barns erected throughout the space,
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[ad_1] If NYFW felt a little quiet today, here’s why: While waiting for shows to start, we were all watching Chloe Kim win gold on our phones. Here’s what happened when we finally looked up… Oscar Winners Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Five black evening gowns closed Oscar de la Renta’s afternoon show, a sharply-tailored
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[ad_1] Throughout her eight years in the White House, designers like Derek Lam, Zac Posen, and Prabal Garung have enjoyed the distinct sartorial honor of dressing Michelle Obama. But Monday Milly co-Founder and creative director Michelle Smith had perhaps the most historic honor yet: Designing the gown featured in the former first lady’s official portrait,
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[ad_1] Between the return of this Blair Waldorf-approved accessory and pieces that give purpose to the Kira Kira app, we’re rounding up the hottest trends of 2018 (plus a few that just might surprise you.) Check back as we update our trend guide with more from London, Milan, and Paris Fashion Weeks throughout the month.
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[ad_1] All hail Harper Beckham! She is six years old, and pairing a burgundy Burberry coat with pink loafers, thereby mastering 2018’s biggest color trend. Getty Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Meanwhile, I’m 35 and still make “L” with my hands to know which way is left. I do know a bit about Fashion Week,
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[ad_1] Yesterday, as we walked out of the Brandon Maxwell show I said to a friend, “Now THAT’S a fashion show.” Editors have seen a lot this New York Fashion Week—flaming hot Cheetos, robots, Matrix-corporate models—but Maxwell still managed to floor us with a casual, glamorous collection that celebrated the modern woman. Advertisement – Continue
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[ad_1] Speed skating is today’s Olympic sport (go, team!) but if you’d rather zoom through the runways than the rinks, this is your happy place. Scroll down to study up on day three of New York Fashion Week… then go back to bed, because it’s Sunday and you deserve it. #AllBlackEverything Getty Advertisement – Continue
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[ad_1] Our editors break down the chicest, most fun, and downright I-need-these-shoes experiences from NYFW. Cheetos and an Amazing Cast at Chromat “Between the music, the inclusive casting, and models eating flaming red hot Cheetos on the runway, I left that show in an amazing mood. Becca’s #ChromatBabes are always the best.” —Nikki Ogunnaike, ELLE.com
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[ad_1] Bottega Veneta’s Italian heritage is core to its brand identity. The emphasis on craftsmanship done in specialized ateliers in Italy’s Veneto region is woven into everything it does—particularly its signature leatherwork techniques. So what would such a fundamentally Italian brand look like outside of its native land? Advertisement – Continue Reading Below To celebrate
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[ad_1] We’ve got bad news for L.L. Bean fans: the beloved brand has canceled its century-old lifetime return policy. As of today, customers will have one year to return an item along with a proof of purchase. The now-defunct lifetime return policy had been in place for 106 years. The brand shared the news in
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[ad_1] Welcome to “The Perfect,” ELLE.com’s weekly roundup where we lay out exactly what you’ll need for the perfect outfit, shopping list, Saturday night, or whatever it may be. In a shopping landscape where the options are endless, consider it a complete snapshot of must-haves. Single or in a relationship, totally committed to the idea
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[ad_1] Nothing can upstage Gigi Hadid on the catwalk, but Thursday night at Jeremy Scott, 17 pairs of boots came close. They were “skyscrapers,” in Scott’s words—metallic and furry Moon Boots that reached to the models’ thighs. They came in prints and in puffs, with shorter gold and neon versions made for the guys. (Though
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[ad_1] For his fall 2018 show, Tom Ford thought outside of the box. Kind of. In addition to tons of technicolor cheetah printed coats and leggings, plus a snakeskin suit and a silver lamé blazer, the designer sent a model down the runway carrying a purse emblazoned with the simple and alliterative directive: Pussy power.
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[ad_1] Getty ImagesNicholas Hunt On Monday, Carolina Herrera will show her final collection at New York fashion week. And after that? At 79, and with 37 years at the helm of her namesake brand, she’s stepping aside to take on the role of global brand ambassador, appointing Wes Gordon creative director, the New York Times
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[ad_1] Feb 8, 2018 As the star of Christian Dior’s spring 2018 campaign, model Sasha Pivovarova brought more than just her other worldly looks to the table. Pivovarova, who opened the show wearing jeans and a striped shirt that read “Why have there been no great women artists” (the title of an essay by Linda
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[ad_1] Update, 4:57 P.M.: ASOS has sent ELLE.com the following statement: “We are very sorry this brand name has caused offence. We have removed it from our site immediately and will work with their team to address the naming issue.” Original post: ASOS is facing controversy over the name of a clothing brand it’s stocking.
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[ad_1] Courtesy Narciso Rodriguez This year marks Narciso Rodriguez’s 20th in fashion. The master of minimalism is commemorating the milestone with, well, rather minimal fanfare: a greatest hits dress collection at Barneys, and for his actual fall 2018 runway show, an extremely pared down presentation and collection. COURTESY NARCISO RODRIGUEZ Only 20-odd editors and buyers,
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[ad_1] In 60 Second Style we take a closet staple and show you how to wear it in a number of different ways in just one minute. Up first: A plain white button down shirt. SHOP Uniqlo Men Easy Care Longsleeve Shirt, $30; uniqlo.com Tyler Joe Layer a turtleneck under your button down and team
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