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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...
Just for Vogue Club members: As each new issue of Vogue rolls out, someone from our team will share the story of how the magazine was created—and this month, that’s Vogue’s Deputy Editor Taylor Antrim. “This is the fourth time Jennifer Lawrence has been on our cover...
All products featured on Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Olivia Wilde was a full-on Anthony Vaccarello darling for the New York premiere of Don’t Worry Darling. Before slipping on a black Saint Laurent dress, the director got ready with the help of her longtime glam squad, makeup artist Mélanie Inglessis and hairstylist Mara Roszak, channeling Vaccarello’s vibes (namely, rock star) through their respective mediums. In Inglessis’s realm, that meant a gaze-encasing application of hazy charcoal liner and a balmy pink lip. And for Roszak? Sexy, lived-in texture.
Last night, Anna Wintour helped to ring in Baz Luhrmann’s 60th birthday with an evening that could best be described as Luhrmannian. The venue? The Nines, the leopard-carpeted piano bar on Great Jones Street. The guest list? His former leading men and ladies, including Hugh Jackman (Australia), Claire Danes (Romeo + Juliet), and Olivia DeJonge (Elvis)—plus generally fabulous individuals such as his wife, Catherine Martin; Florence Welch; Dita von Teese; and many more.
When I turned 30 earlier this year, I didn’t go through the crisis that you’re supposed to go through while leaving your roaring twenties behind. It never really sunk in that this is a whole new era for me until people started making snide little comments here and there. Suddenly, while I was out shopping with friends who are also my age, I’ve started hearing things like, “We couldn’t possibly wear that, we’re 30,” whispering as though it’s a federal crime. But this fall, I’m challenging this notion—by taking style cues from an 18-year-old. Hear me out.
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.
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.
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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In a show that was all about simplicity, there was one striking beauty detail that stood out on the Prada spring 2023 runway. Makeup artist (and Britsh Vogue’s beauty editor-at-large) Pat McGrath applied thick, false, and custom-made eyelashes onto models’s upper eyelids—almost an umbrella of lashes, they were so long and straight that they fanned over the eyes.
Kim Kardashian show no signs of stopping her moto-themed Balenciaga streak. Today in New York City, the social media star stepped out in a black Balenciaga turtleneck dress—a modest choice for the Skims founder. She topped the all-black look off with a pair of oversized shades and a peculiar bag: a motorcycle helmet carryall also created by the French house. Fans of the brand will note that this is not a recent piece by Balenciaga, but instead comes from the spring 2018 collection.
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.”
Summer was all about great dresses for Kendall Jenner—and she’s approaching autumn with the same mindset. The supermodel occasionally enjoys slouching about in leggings and trainers—who doesn’t?—but for the most part, she’s been living in form-fitting midi-dresses. Having already stepped out in vintage styles...
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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.
On Tuesday afternoon, Chanel and Tribeca hosted a lovely luncheon at Locanda Verde to toast the start of the eighth annual three-day workshop, Through Her Lens. In collaboration with Pulse Films, the program empowers ten emerging female filmmakers through a series of master classes, mentorship, and $100,000 in funding for project development and production.
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Vogue’s Forces of Fashion conference returns this year with an in-person event in New York, taking place on October 14. Given the tumultuous and often ground-breaking events that have taken place in the last few years, the conference will be focused on exploring the future of fashion, especially as it relates to topics of sustainability, diversity, social responsibility, and greater representation of all kinds of folks within the industry.
All products featured on Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Chloë Sevigny has always had her finger on the pulse. The original New York cool girl shapes trends, whether by reviving funky footwear or revamping the frilly frock. This time, Sevigny is applying her talents to the world of eyeglasses. She has collaborated with Warby Parker on a pair of frames named the Tate ($145), available as both eyeglasses and sunnies. The shape is Sevigny to the core: a soft oval evocative of a scholastic babe who likes binging on reality television after she hits The Strand.
Sometimes, it’s the seemingly subtle looks that turn the most heads. Such is the case with Kim Kardashian’s latest updo, a bun-ponytail hybrid that exudes effortless cool. From the front row at Fendi to the streets of NYC, Kardashian’s latest look pulls focus to the deep roots of her grown-out peroxide lengths—which is kind of the point.
While London Fashion Week is still in full swing, it's safe to say that Nensi Dojaka’s spring 2023 show is one of the buzziest of the season. The LVMH Prize-winning designer does body-con better than almost anyone, and the collection of shimmery and sheer evening wear she presented on Sunday proved this point.