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Zoey Deutch Continues to Wear Tiffany Blue in Corset Dress & Sparkling Sandals on ‘Live With Kelly & Ryan’

Zoey Deutch was spotted out for a stroll early this morning in New York, making her way to the “Live With Kelly and Ryan” studios. The actress is currently on a press tour for her new film, “Something From Tiffany’s.” Continuing with her Tiffany-blue theme — as first seen at the movie’s premiere last week, Deutch wore a bright light blue Oscar de la Renta dress with bedazzled heels for the occasion. The “Vampire Academy” actress’ dress was a simple a-line style with a fitted strappy scoop neck bodice that gave off the illusion of a corseted waistline thanks to the garment’s...
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Why I’m Buying Back Appropriated Clothing as a Power Move

Earlier this fall, I was mindlessly scrolling—as I often do—through secondhand listings on Vestiaire Collective, The RealReal, eBay, and Grailed. On 2nd Street Vintage’s website, I spotted it: a vintage Jean Paul Gaultier top. In my size. For under $150. Was I dreaming?. My initial desire turned...
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Polished, Posh and Punk: Jockum Hallin of Our Legacy on Matchesfashion Capsule Collection

LONDON — From Sweden to London. The cult Swedish brand Our Legacy has collaborated with luxury retailer Matchesfashion on a 12-piece capsule collection titled “Work Shop,” made from deadstock fabrics and highlighting British craftsmanship.More from WWDJenny Packham RTW Spring 2023Edeline Lee RTW Spring 2023They Are Wearing: Street Style at London Fashion Week Spring 2023 The brand has installed a workshop pop-up inside Matchesfashion’s London town house 5 Carlos Place until Sunday, where customers can get complimentary customization added to their Our Legacy pieces, old and new, by British-Indian designer Namita Khade and multidisciplinary artist Hank Grüner. “We’ve always had an admiration for the...
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9 New L.A. Fashion Boutiques to Visit Now

Who says brick-and-mortar shopping is dead? L.A. has seen a spate of fashion openings in recent months, from luxury flagships on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills to indie destinations in Echo Park. Here is a sampling of hot spots to visit.More from WWDInside the New L.A. Loewe StoreThe Veuve Clicquot Solaire Culture ExhibitionInside Elle's Women In Hollywood 2022 Event Loewe The Spanish luxury brand helmed by Jonathan Anderson opened its long-awaited first Los Angeles flagship in November. Palm-fringed, with an ocean blue, hand-glazed ceramic tile facade, a huge skylight letting the California light inside, and a gallery’s worth of art, the 3,700-square-foot...

How Many Clothes Should We Own, Exactly?

“Buy less and buy better” has become a common refrain in fashion’s sustainability movement. But how much should we actually be buying? If a new report is anything to go by, it’s likely a lot less than you think. Researchers from Berlin’s Hot Or Cool Institute found that we should only be purchasing five new garments a year in order to stay in line with the Paris Agreement goal of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees celsius, if nothing else changes. That would mean shoppers in the U.K. alone would need to reduce their consumption by up to 80 percent in some cases.

PETA Recognizes Balenciaga for Introducing Mycelium-based Leather Coat

LONDON — There is some positive news for Balenciaga amid ongoing controversy over two of its ad campaigns. The brand was recognized by the animal rights organization PETA for its use of the mycelium-based leather Ephea on a coat that debuted in the fall 2022 collection. More from WWDBurberry RTW Spring 2023Spring/Summer 2023 Looks From the Latest Edition of Copenhagen Fashion WeekA Look Inside Burberry's Miami Store at Bal Harbour Shops The Kering-owned brand was awarded the best luxury product award at the 2022 Peta Fashion Awards. A list of the winners was shared with WWD exclusively on Wednesday, days after...

British-Arab label Qasimi launches incubator for emerging talent

To receive the Vogue Business newsletter, sign up here. British Arab label Qasimi is launching its first-ever incubator, dedicated to supporting emerging labels and nurturing new talent in fashion after a period of tumultuous transition. Called Qasimi Rising, the incubator will accept applicants and then choose two designers to mentor...
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The metaverse fashion stylists are here

When I met Jenni Svoboda, she was in the midst of designing a beanie with a melted cupcake top, sprinkles, and doughnuts for ears. “It’s something you’d probably never wear in real life,” she said with a laugh. But Svoboda isn’t designing for the physical world. She’s designing for the metaverse. Svoboda is working in a burgeoning, if bizarre, new niche: fashion stylists who create or curate outfits for people in virtual spaces.
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Nice Saves: 23 Must-Have Items on Sale This Week

Welcome to Nice Saves,’s destination for the best rare and editor-approved sales on fashion, beauty, home, and more from across the internet each week. While true marathon sale events happen only a few times a year, we have good news for budget-savvy shoppers: Black Friday may be over, but you don’t have to wait another year to save on items you’ve been eyeing for months. At, we’re dedicated to uncovering the best can’t-miss deals on a regular basis—for the greater good of your closet and vanity.

Can $15 million overhaul Shein’s supply chain?

To become a Vogue Business Member and receive the Sustainability Edit newsletter, click here. Shein has pledged $15 million to upgrade its supply chain over the next three to four years, and $4 million per year to step up surprise auditing of its suppliers. This comes after the ultra fast fashion giant was hit with allegations of worker exploitation in October, prompting the Rolling Stones to terminate a collaboration with the brand and sparking backlash.

10 Long Island Boutiques to Shop This Holiday Season

Want to support a small business this holiday season while shopping for that perfect gift? We put together a list of 10 boutiques all across Long Island. TandyWear – Owner Tandy Jeckel keeps on top of the latest trends in clothing and accessories for both women and girls. Her stylists are able to fit every woman and girl into a trendy new outfit, no matter what your style or fit. They don’t stop with the clothes. Stylists will finish every outfit off with great new accessories. And it’s all at an affordable price. Where: 89 Commack Road, Commack, (631) 623-6322.

The Power Of A New Wardrobe For Women Escaping Domestic & Family Violence

For women escaping domestic or family violence, they often leave with only the clothes on their backs. "Coming into [the] shelter, the women generally appear with little — they tend to bring [their] children’s favourite toys so that they can settle them as well as possible," Sallianne Faulkner tells Refinery29 Australia. "Their children remain their focus."

These Two Latina Entrepreneurs Are Making Fashion More Sustainable

Want clothing that’s trendy and affordable? It’s going to cost the environment. According to, fast fashion — which is the process of creating cheap, quickly made clothing based on trends and celebrity culture — is responsible for nearly 10% of global carbon emissions. Even worse, these fibers take a long time to decay in landfills and contribute to the estimated 92 million tons of textile waste that’s produced annually.

Valentino’s Pierpaolo Piccioli And Burberry Recognised At British Fashion Awards, Alongside Younger Diverse Talents

What Happened: On December 5, the bold and the beautiful gathered in London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall to toast the fashion industry. Here, the British Fashion Council (BFC) announced the winners of the Fashion Awards 2022 — voted for by an international judging panel made up of over 1,000 industry experts including Jing Daily. Triumphs of the night went to Pierpaolo Piccioli, who scooped Designer of the Year for Valentino, and Burberry, which was presented with the Fashion Award for Metaverse World and Gaming Experience. Fifteen designers, brands, creatives, and individuals creating positive change within the fashion industry were also honored, including Alessandro Michele, Daniel Roseberry, Raf Simons, and Marine Serre.

The Interview: Hasna Kourda, Founder, Save Your Wardrobe

Hasna Kourda founded the British-based Save Your Wardrobe app in 2020 to promote circular fashion. The business recently received £2.52 million ($3 million) in seed funding to expand into Europe. The inspiration for the app came from Kourda's upbringing in Tunisia, North Africa. Her grandmother had a zero-waste policy,...

How representation politics mask fashion’s unethical underbelly

Self-indulgence in the form of consumerism defines the festive season. Accounting for around 2-3% of the world’s gross domestic product (GDP), the apparel and footwear industries are central to late capitalist values of flamboyant acquisition and display. However, the growing mood of eco-anxiety – underpinned by COP27’s focus on how exactly we’ll be financing global climate action – is changing the way we consume and engage with fashion.

Depressing! Shein named the most popular fashion brand of 2022

Shein has been named as 2022’s most popular fashion brand. The company, formed in Nanjing in 2008, was named as the most Googled clothing brand in 113 countries, overtaking Zara and finding itself ahead of other clothing giants such as Nike and adidas by quite some margin. Only a matter of hours after that news broke, Shein also admitted working hour breaches where some employees were working 75 hour weeks and only taking two-to-three days off a month. The news unravelled as a succession of events which perfectly sums up the majority of fast fashion: low prices, high human cost. So that’s great!

Formula One comes to Kildare Village with the Mondello Park experience

The Mondello Park Experience at Kildare Village was officially launched this week by Rosemary Smith, renowned international rally and racing driver, Alex Dunne, who was announced today as International Driver of the Year and recipient of the Manley Memorial Trophy, and Nicci Daly, Ireland international hockey player and motorsport enthusiast.

Company launches compostable plastic slides

TEL AVIV - Materials science company Balena has announced the launch of what it claims are fully compostable slides made from 100 per cent biodegradable plastic. The 'BioCir Slides' are made from the company's proprietary elastomer which aims to provide an alternative to the plastic materials currently used by fashion brands.