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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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Kim x Dolce & Gabbana is not only a “dream come true,” as the star says in this “First Looks” video, it’s also an all-in-the-family, full-circle moment. Kim Kardashian’s eye for fashion was influenced by her mother’s wardrobe: Since it contained a lot of Dolce & Gabbana, the brand has always been part of Kim’s universe of style. Now she’s sharing it with us via a collection designed “to represent the archive [from 1987 to 2007] with this retrospective of the last 25 years of all of my favorite looks.”
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Beyoncé was everywhere during New York Fashion Week. Well, her voice at least. While there were plenty of trends emerging throughout the week—Rapunzel-length hair, skirts over pants, monochromatic styling—perhaps the biggest and most zeitgeist-y did not involve clothes at all. It was more of a soundtrack, a soundscape, and a mood all rolled into one. Beyoncé’s ballroom-inspired album, Renaissance.
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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There’s nobody quite like Hamish Bowles. The World of Interiors Editor in Chief and Vogue Editor at Large has worked in fashion since the 1980s and has been at Vogue since 1992. Along the way, he’s interviewed the biggest designers in the world, hosted the Met Gala livestream, and profiled Harry Styles—among many other glamorous and fascinating personalities—and his personal clothing archive, collected over a lifetime, is as impressive as his writing career. Today, he's sitting down with Vogue Club members for an intimate Meet the Editor event, with no question off limits.
Last week, right before Shay Mitchell jetted off to Milan Fashion Week, she decided to do something dramatic: Dye her signature dark raven mane red in her kitchen sink, with the help of hairstylist Jesus Guerrero. “Thank you to the one and only @jesushair for going along with my extremely last-minute desire to dye my hair after a full day’s shoot,” wrote the You star alongside a snap of her dye job processing.
“We started off by being very inspired by music and the theatricality of performing on stage,” said Laura Mulleavy, explaining Rodarte’s spring collection on a recent Zoom call, sitting next to her sister Kate. Even if you hadn’t heard her say it, you’d only need to take a quick glance at the first look of the collection to get it: a model in a psychedelic swirled slip dress, her blue hair asymmetrically Aqua Net-ted to new heights. “We were really wanting to feel something that was really vibrant and alive and about lighting and connectivity,” said Mulleavy.
Kylie Jenner illustrated the power of a full-coverage look today in Paris. The beauty entrepreneur opted for a body-hugging dress at the Acne Studios’ spring 23 show. The dress felt like a modern twist on ’70s disco glamor with its dramatic winged sleeves, à la Donna Summer. Jenner completed the slightly campy look with some statement-making, Alien-esque sunglasses. The ensemble reads: “Batgirl at a Studio 54 party.” Fabulous.
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