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Selma Blair 'Feels Like a New Person' After Life-Altering Stem Cell Transplant for her MS

Since receiving her 2018 multiple sclerosis diagnosis, Selma Blair has become intimately acquainted with the highs and lows of living with a chronic illness. In 2019, the symptoms associated with her specific form of the degenerative neurological disease had reached a breaking point for the actress, often leaving her struggling to walk and talk. To hopefully help jumpstart her immune system, she underwent a risky two-month hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT)
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How Marina Cortbawi Created Clothes for the Freedom She Craved

In our new series MC Muse, savvy women from around the world share their style, their ambitions, and the most coveted pieces to shop right now. After studying journalism in college in Sydney, where she was born, Marina Cortbawi realized her passion lied not so much in writing as it did in working alongside creative people. So she moved to England, where she got an internship with a small London-based clothing designer. Working for an emerging designer, Cortbawi (who had no fashion experience up until that point) was charged with a lot of responsibility—including international sales, a field she knew nothing about at the time, but would become the entryway into her lifelong career in fashion the industry.
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Law Roach and Jaime Xie Are Enlivening Street Style, One Vintage Look at a Time

Celebrity style is all about the new. With performers already dipping their toes into spring 2022's wares and influencers filling their feeds with items that just hit stores, the latest developments are well-represented. Sure, vintage-loving stars like Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, and Miley Cyrus pepper their wardrobes with old-school looks, but it's still easier to catch a glimpse of your favorite retro runway looks in a museum than it is to spot someone wearing them out in the real world. When everyone is wearing borrowed looks from the same three collections, it gets old fast.
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Butterfly Boutique offers repurposed fashion in New Paltz

Everyone is like a butterfly; they start out ugly and awkward and then morph into beautiful graceful butterflies that everyone loves. Buy less. Choose well. Make it last. Partners in fashion crime Kim Allen and Ruth Faircloth have teamed up to allow their love of beautiful clothing and the thrifted lifestyle come to life at their new store: Butterfly Boutique and Consignment Attic, at 215 Main Street on the sunny patioed corner of the Medusa Antique building, cattycorner to Asian Fusion in New Paltz.
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Jockey CEO Debra Waller to Be Honored By Cancer Research Foundation

Click here to read the full article. Jockey International chairperson and chief executive officer Debra Waller will be honored by the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation at the organization’s 24th annual “Collaborating for a Cure” gala.  The evening, scheduled for Nov. 18, marks the return of in-person events for the nonprofit, as well as the ninth year the foundation has awarded the “Fashion Cares” award to members of the fashion and retail industries. Past recipients are those who have been personally impacted by cancer — either themselves or a loved one — and include women’s ready-to-wear designer Kobi Halperin, Vince Camuto,...
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Esquire

Canali and 8on8 Teamed Up to Take Us on a (Very Stylish) Trip Abroad

There must be something in the water. Or maybe they’re slipping it into the Negronis. Either way, some of the most revered brands in Italy have caught the collaboration bug in a big way, and even when—actually, especially when—the brands they choose to team up with seem a little out of left field at first, the results have been impressive. The latest entry in the canon comes courtesy of Canali, the tailored-clothing powerhouse that’s been crafting exceptional suiting since 1934, and up-and-coming Chinese designer Li Gong’s label 8on8.

Why Timothée Chalamet Is a Style Icon for the Ages

No stylist? No problem, according to Timothée Chalamet. The actor, who has gained notoriety over the past few years for roles in “Call Me By Your Name,” “Beautiful Boy” and “Little Women,” has also garnered a reputation for his incredible fashion. Rumor has it, he develops his looks all by himself. Not using a stylist by choice in this era of celebrity is a rarity — and a welcomed one. Since Chalamet rose on the scene in 2017, he’s been one to watch on the red carpet, offering ensembles that flips traditional menswear on its head entirely. In a sea of black...
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Bottega Veneta Embraces Americana

Detroit may not be a city that first comes to mind as a fashion power player — it’s better known for its rich musical history (techno was born there) and of course, for cars. But, for a night editors, stylists, and celebrity trendsetters flocked to the Motor City to take in Bottega Veneta’s Spring/Summer 2022 runway show. The small-format presentation, Salon 03, is the Italian fashion house’s third ready-to-wear collection shown in its new off-schedule format, modeled after the small couture presentations of the early 20th century.
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Why Do People Think It's OK To Police Emma Watson's Fashion Choices?

As a woman, it's very hard to move through the world and not experience some sort of policing when it comes to what you're wearing. Something Emma Watson, a person who's been in the spotlight since she was 11 years old, knows only too well. The tabloids fell over themselves on Sunday, when the actor appeared at this year's Earthshot Prize. As she arrived on the green carpet wearing a cream tulle gown over black flared trousers, one newspaper ran with a headline, 'Maybe Baby. Is Emma Watson Pregnant?'
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Cultural appropriation in fashion: what is it and can it be prevented?

Cultural appropriation: The term has been used more and more in recent years, but the practice of cultural appropriation has been around for much longer. Kunstmuseum Den Haag zooms in on the phenomenon in the new exhibition 'Global Wardrobe - the worldwide fashion connection', but the subject is also often discussed during talks about diversity and inclusivity in the fashion world. Therefore: What is it, where is the line between appropriation and appreciation and how can it be prevented according to experts?
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San Rafael Middle School’s Student of the Week | Illyria Mason

Illyria is the 13-year-old daughter of Liberty Mason of Emery. She is a Bulldogs cheerleader and is in the honor society. She regularly wins medals at cross country. She really enjoys staying in shape with her PE classes and loves learning cool skills in FACS. She is a collector of miniature things and is a crazy-fun prankster. She makes friends easily and always has fun plans up her sleeve. She dreams of becoming a fashion designer. She is a one-of-a-kind person. She is funny, smart, loyal and bold.
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The posh fashion is a reality, the choni comes to an end

The knitted vest, the sweater on the shoulders, the jacket, the tie, the pleated skirt or the moccasin shoe combined with more contemporary and opposite garments such as the jean jeans create the new style preppy, also called posh. It is the beginning of the end of the tracksuit and the choni.

Seen On The Style Scene: ATL Celebs Attend ‘The Black Fashion Movement’ VIP Shopping Experience

Seen on the scene on the VIP Black carpet was VP of SCAD Dr. Audra Pittman, Pastor Debra Morton, Marc Jackson of Mastercard, Roland Guevara of Moet Hennessey, Pastor Aventer Gray, and featured designers Tracy Nicole, Lamik Cosmetics, Dawn Franklin Designs, Kahindo, Gina Gant, Silver & Riley, Ronnel Blackmon, and more. Directly after the “black” carpet, was a fashion show that featured all of the luxury designers. Several upcoming designers from SCAD were awarded with recognition for their creativity by The Black Fashion Movement.
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This Metro Detroit fashion designer takes national spotlight

A Metro Detroit fashion designer is showcasing her skills in the national spotlight. She is a contestant on Project Runway, a show where sixteen designers are in a race against the clock and each other. Fashion designer Sabrina Spanta joined Tati Amare to talk about what it is like to...
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