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Unfortunately for human resources managers everywhere, this season’s new crop of power suits are all about showing skin. Are they workplace appropriate? No. But are they sleek and sexy? Extremely. Throughout September, we’ve seen celebrities slipping into skin-bearing suiting that makes traditional tailoring a lot less stuffy. Worn without tops or covered in sequins, they’re beginning for a big night out on the town.
Fashion Month is in full swing but some of us had a little trouble getting there. Case in point: Jessica Chastain. The actor was due for a flight to Milan to catch the Gucci show but was stuck in that good ole New York City traffic. A quick-thinker, Chastain instead jumped on the subway. She nailed the chic commuter look, too: A trench coat, a monogrammed Gucci carryon and a matching duffel. And while the subway doesn’t always come on time for the rest of us, it did for Chastain: she made her flight looking as stylish as ever.
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Strictly she’s a Dame (a title bestowed on her by the British state), but Vivienne Westwood is often described as a queen, whether of Punk or British fashion. Before this collection, originally due to drop yesterday, then deferred for obvious, British reasons, Westwood tipped her tiara to the real just-passed HRH. She said last Friday: “The Queen performs a national service. Every morning she has her breakfast, most days her outfit is already decided for her royal appointment; shake hands, gives speeches. Every institution in our country wants her acknowledgement and attribution. Her life is prescribed. The Royal Family, as an institution, is social cement. The Queen holds the country together. She’s a figurehead of international diplomacy. I think it’s so important that our Royal Family is hereditary, the family members learn diplomacy by osmosis and develop a sense of duty to our country and to the world. We all owe her our gratitude.”
Todd Bridges, who famously played Willis on "Diff'rent Strokes," has tied the knot for a second time ... this time with a low-key Bev Hills ceremony. Sources at the wedding tell TMZ ... Todd married a woman named Bettijo on Wednesday at Greystone Mansion & Gardens, and it was an intimate and exclusive affair for those closest to the bride and groom.
Today, Gigi Hadid stepped out in Milan wearing a burgundy jumpsuit. The piece was loose-fitting and oversized with golden buttons and boasted two large pockets on the chest by her very own, recently-launched label Guest in Residence. Hadid opted to wear the look with a pair of well-worn white Converse sneakers and a tiny caramel shoulder bag. Though, while the piece was baggy, Hadid managed to put a sexy spin on the onesie and wore it with a cropped white ribbed tank top that showed just a sliver of midriff.
She made the color pink—and spangled minidresses—a way of life in the early Noughties, and now Paris Hilton has brought her signature aesthetic to Donatella’s Versace runway in Milan. The original reality TV queen joined supermodels including Bella and Gigi Hadid, Irina Shayk, and EmRata on the catwalk, wearing a tiny pink dress with a fingerless gloves and a pair of Day-Glo pink stilettos that would have fit right into her The Simple Life wardrobe.
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Next stop on the fashion month marathon: London! In the latest episode of In The Studio, Vogue’s Senior Fashion Projects Editor Julia Hobbs pays a visit to LVMH Prize-winning designer Nensi Dojaka—and discovers that the Albanian fashion star had Greta Gerwig’s Barbie on her mind for her Spring collection. Here’s your exclusive first look at the rose-petal pink gown she hopes the film’s lead, Margot Robbie, will wear on the red carpet next summer. PLUS: We take a sneak peek at Nensi’s brand-new denim offering, which is destined to be top of every fashion editor’s wish list come spring…
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Remo Ruffini confesses that he no longer relishes his own birthdays: “I close my house and I don’t want to see anyone!” However when it comes to Moncler—which turns 70 this year—it’s an entirely different matter. This Saturday night in Milan’s Duomo square, Ruffini will throw an open-to-the-public birthday show for the brand featuring precisely 1,952 models and performers, all choreographed by the artistic director Sadeck Waff.
Margot Robbie is currently promoting her latest film, Amsterdam, around the world. Naturally, the perennially stylish movie star is providing a masterclass in red carpet glamor at the same time. For the London premiere of her mystery comedy, Robbie illustrated that an elegant black dress, when done right, can be anything but boring.
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