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Loretta Lynn, the country legend known for such hits as “Fist City,” “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” and “You Ain’t Woman Enough (To Take My Man),” died on Tuesday at her Tennessee ranch at the age of 90. The singer-songwriter was nominated for 18 Grammys—she won three—and countless Country Music Association Awards and Academy of Country Music Awards over the course of her six-decade career.
Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant are the brains behind the ultra-modern Parisian label Coperni. For the brand’s spring 2023 collection, the design duo – who tied the knot on a secluded Greek island last year – pushed the boundaries of fashion technology even further. “It’s our celebration of women’s silhouettes from centuries past,” Vaillant says in a preview over Zoom ahead of the show. “And we wanted to update our aesthetic in a more grown-up and scientific way, too,” adds Meyer.
Resplendent in stripes, sequins, and marabou feathers, Andie MacDowell was a sight to behold on the L’Oréal Paris Le Define Walk Your Worth runway during Paris Fashion Week on Sunday. Showing off her honed legs, the 64-year-old was the epitome of exuberant as she posed and danced joyously down the catwalk.
At today’s Valentino show in Paris, the house’s iconic VLogo print was everywhere, from head to toe—even becoming a face-first beauty statement. On top of imperceptibly perfected skin makeup artist Pat McGrath describes as “the new naked,” four otherwordly complexions served as a canvas for meticulously painted logo face tattoos.
This article originally appeared on Vogue Business. To receive the Vogue Business newsletter, sign up here. Tonight at a Parisian location that would be irresponsible to share, Kanye West — or Ye, as he now prefers — will present his eleventh fashion show, an event that came together away from the official Paris Fashion Week calendar. It will be his ninth collection for Yeezy (which, as of now, is formally named YZY) and his fourth-ever show in Paris.
Mention cool-girl Parisian style and French designer Isabel Marant will likely spring to mind… For the last episode in the current series of In The Studio, Vogue France’s Senior Market Editor Thomas Delage caught up with Isabel as she puts the finishing touches to her Paris Fashion Week show—and reveals that it was never originally her dream to become a fashion designer…
Contrary to popular opinion, fashion people do eat—at least the many who attended Ellen Hodakova Larsson’s debut runway show in Paris did. Each seat held a napkin and fork; at the end of the runway was a many-tiered white chocolate cake that models and guests tucked into postshow, some with the provided utensils, others with their fingers. Why cake? “Well, I think it’s time to celebrate this way of working [with a lot of handcraft using existing materials] instead of just seeing the industry as a business,” said Larsson. “I think fashion brings joy—that’s why you start doing it, so I really want to bring this feeling back. I’m also very proud that we are actually doing this and that we spend so much time doing this together, our small team, so the cake is just a celebration for the collection.”
It’s the 60th anniversary of James Bond and the right time for all TikTok to be going crazy for “James Bond chord guy” – Jord, or @jrw21 – who’s got 1.4m views and climbing for his hilarious guitar tutorial on how to play the James Bond Chord, E minor with a major 7th and 9th, first used in the soundtrack for the first Bond film, Dr No, which premiered on 5 October 1962.
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No one does grunge hair better than Kristen Stewart. The actor has done buzz cuts, textured bobs, peroxide bleach, rockabilly, and the rest, and she somehow always hits the right note. At Chanel’s spring 2023 show in Paris, she did it yet again. As she took her place on the front row, Stewart showed off a new and suitably punk mullet cut—think a grunge Princess Diana, as one particularly enamored Vogue staffer put it.
A small, pink doll kneels in a vitrine. From her breasts, white thread like milk spins out into five heavy spools. The work’s softness is tender, but the woman’s web of thread is disconcerting, creating a scene that is both comforting and oppressive. Entitled The Good Mother, there is the suggestion that in order to be a decent parent, a woman must bow down and affix herself to the ground.
At A.W.A.K.E Mode’s spring 2023 show in Paris earlier this morning, a golden figure emerged in the front row: Rapper Doja Cat had covered herself entirely in gold body paint from head to toe (perhaps as a cheeky nod to Bond girl Margaret Nolan in the James Bond film, Goldfinger). It was a bold beauty statement from the star, though certainly not her only one during Paris Fashion Week. All week long, the star has been taking major beauty risks and creating memorable moments with her makeup choices—each one more extravagant than the next.
In the spotlight today: Masters student Manu Bhardwaj shares the secret to his slick everyday style! The self-described “techie” might be modest about his sharp sartorial eye, but Manu has his sights set on the latest YZY drops—and knows a well-tailored pair of pants when he sees one…
The Haim sisters—Este, Danielle, and Alana—have become known for their foolproof Louis Vuitton stage uniform of minimalist bra tops and big, wide-legged pants. But the girls embraced a new, on trend look today at the Louis Vuitton spring 2023 show, leaning into leather-accented couture. The looks were a great callback to the moto-tinged days of Y2K fashion. Danielle wore a red-and-black leather jacket over a slinky and luminescent brown dress, while Alana opted for an expertly crafted leather shoulder accessory, which, in our opinion, vaguely resembled the structural shoulder pads of football players.
An artisan was working away on a massive high-heeled shoe at the entrance of Roger Vivier’s spring 2023 fete in Paris, while models and craftspeople frolicked with guests through six different rooms dubbed: “King of the Heel,” “Belle Vivier,” “I Love Vivier,” “Collages,” “Virgule,” Embroideries and Jewel heel.”
When a brand doesn’t carry a shoe in your size, you usually leave the store with your disappointment and a conciliatory second-choice. Not so for actor Jenna Ortega. “These shoes, actually, I really wanted to wear,” Ortega tells Vogue in a video diary while getting ready for the Valentino spring 2023 show in Paris on Sunday. Picking up a pair of Valentino’s signature Tan-Go platform pumps in black, Ortega reveals what being a friend of designer Pierpaolo Piccioli and a darling of the Italian fashion house can get you. “Valentino actually custom made these shoes so that they fit my foot because I have very small feet,” she says.
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