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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.
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.
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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.
A hush fell at Paolo Carzana’s first London presentation as people stood around, entranced by his hand-made visions of beauty and tenderness. There were delicately-wrought apparitions of angels in diaphanous head dresses—clothes conjured into being out of self-invented textures and the threads of Welsh history—and all this woven into a collection with a clarion-call of a title: “Imagine we could be the ones to change it all.”
The hot topic of conversation on Milan’s front rows? The fresh crop of designers scoring top billing at this season’s ready-to-wear shows. Among them: Rhuigi Villaseñor, the visionary Filipino-American creative director who’s now at the helm of Bally. In the latest must-watch episode of Inside The Studio, Vogue Runway’s Luke Leitch discovers the family history powering Rhuigi forward-thinking designs…
This content can also be viewed on the site it originates from. From alien-inspired beauty to shimmer that skewed celestial, this week’s best beauty Instagrams had us looking up. In the literal sense, Emma Roberts and sister Grace Nickels snapped a selfie from above—the better to showcase twinning strawberry pouts and individualized shades of blonde—as did Troye Sivan, his capture centering on clean skin and bedhead hair.
Yes, you were seeing double at Gucci. In an extraordinary feat of casting, 68 pairs of twins walked in the emotional spring 2023 show that Alessandro Michele dedicated to his “twin mums.”. “Asymmetrical reciprocity” was the theme set by the designer, who was born in Rome (a city, myth...
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When Harry Styles announced his company, Pleasing, in 2021, the singer didn’t tout it as a beauty brand—rather a “life brand.” Nevertheless, it launched with three skin-care and manicure products—a nail polish set, an illuminating serum, and a roller serum pen—and the intention was to offer “joyful experiences and products that excite the senses and blur the boundaries.” A year later, Pleasing is expanding with a new collaboration: It has partnered with Brazil-born designer Marco Ribeiro on a playful assortment of products, including apparel, that celebrates happiness and color.
Fall officially began last week, and pop singer Mahmood is already breaking out his coziest jackets. While attending the Burberry spring 2023 show in London on Monday, Mahmood kept things deliberately casual and streetwear-oriented by shedding the typical blazer for a delightfully large and shaggy overcoat. His google-style white sunglasses also keep things feeling youthful and fresh.
Model Imaan Hammam wears a Valentino cardigan; Valentino boutiques. Versace corset top, skirt, and belt; versace.com. Choi wears a Versace corset top, pants, and belt; versace.com. Both in Ralph Lauren Collection shoes.
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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The beauty of a fashion archive is the history behind the pieces themselves, not just their design or quality. In the case of a coy Alaïa sale in Paris that opens today, the story is just as much about the sale and store itself as the clothes. To kick off Paris Fashion Week, consultant Dryce Lahssan of the not-so-hidden-hidden boutique of Lahssan Paris on 24 Rue Molière and the curator and archivist Sophia Elizabeth of the vintage hub @thespaghettiarchives are hosting a sale of seven pieces by Azzedine Alaïa.
This weekend in New York City, you could suddenly feel a light crisp in the air—fall has officially arrived. This means one thing in the fashion world: jacket weather! Now’s the time to bust out your favorite outerwear and start thinking about layering. Naturally, Rihanna is already on it. The stylish superstar was spotted out in the city last night wearing a transitional look that combined a glamorous and sporty vibe. And her light jacket happens to be a style that’s been trending on the recent runways.
While Solange Knowles is widely known as one of the most stylish figures working in music today—and indeed, more recently in a whole host of other creative worlds too, as her ventures into performance art and composing ballet scores have proven—it’s rare these days to see her make an appearance at the shows during fashion month.
Irina Shayk was one of several VIP guests at Giorgio Armani’s spring 2023 show in Milan, Italy today (alongside stars like Cate Blanchett and Alessandra Ambrosio in the front row). Her unique front row look, however, set her apart from the stylish pack: Shayk embraced a classic suit and tie that looked like it belonged on New York’s Wall Street.
Pierpaolo Piccioli is strongly committed to supporting a new wave of Italian designers with whom he shares values and beliefs. For the second season, he offered his Instagram platform as a sort of amplifying microphone, broadcasting fashion collections pivoting on social issues, helping new talents to broaden their reach and bring their message to a wider audience.