Fashion

THE CORSET Designers offer a tougher take on the structured top: less boudoir, more armor. CelineCourtesy Wear it with: THE LONG SKIRT Whether draped, pleated, or full, a floor-sweeping hemline adds just the right amount of drama. Salon 1884Courtesy Wear it with: THE BOMBER The perfect transitional topper now comes in unexpected new proportions. PradaCourtesy
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The internet was blessed with a preview of Loewe’s spring/summer 2023 collection last week via Zendaya’s Instagram, with the global phenom wearing a white column dress featuring a large anthurium bustier. She posed in the custom look, a spinoff of the runway version that debuted today, in her shower, naturally. Did she wear it outside?
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“Many brands break down their product offering into different categories, and H&M is no different,” explains Who What Wear affiliate editor, Emily Dawes. “At H&M, you have Studio, often in collaboration with another designer, which is a capsule edit of more premium pieces. Then, there’s the mainline H&M collection, which, if you look at the
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Who among us doesn’t have a soft spot for footwear? For all that fashion month is—and it is many, many things—it’s both the best and worst occasion for anyone with a shoe habit. The spring/summer 2023 showings have been no exception, and the outlook for the season’s shoe trends is a beautiful one indeed. What
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Some cosmic joke must be afoot, because while I’m on the phone with Sarah Jaffe, Sheryl Sandberg announces she’s stepping down from her powerful perch as the COO of Meta. The on-the-nose death knell of the Lean In era is appropriate, because Jaffe and I are having an extremely real conversation about women and work.
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Let’s be real: Nothing is a more universal conversation starter than, “Where’d you get that bag?” These upcoming winter bag trends make for the best ice breakers, no matter the temperature. There’s a trend for you regardless of your aesthetic, whether you’re a wannabe coastal grandmother or more Euphoria-friendly. What makes bags fun is that
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After hooking bargain-hungry shoppers with creations from big-name designers like Christopher John Rogers, Missoni, and LoveShackFancy in past seasons, Target is back this fall with an enticing new chapter in its designer collaboration lineup. For the Fall Designer Collection, the big-box brand has tapped Sergio Hudson, Kika Vargas, and La Ligne, each high-fashion labels with
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Stepping into Selkie’s spring/summer 2023 show venue was akin to joining an unapologetic celebration of all shapes, sizes, and forms of femininity. Not just because of the casting, but the audience itself was a true testament to the cult-like following of the brand that founder Kimberley Gordon has created. At any other fashion event, you
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“Any complementary colour on the color wheel is going to make your eye colour pop,” explains Greenberg. Blue’s complementary colour is orange, so she and Dempsey both recommend prioritizing eye shadows with warm or blue-based tones: ruby-rose, peach, apricot, coral, copper, bronze, and even something like a beige-pink shimmer. If warm eye shadows aren’t your
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If you were to consult my MATCHESFASHION.COM, Net-a-Porter or Instagram most-visited pages, they would instantly tell you that one of my favourite brands is The Frankie Shop. I’m a longtime stan of its XL tailoring, cotton boxer shorts and conceptual outerwear, and its pieces make me feel grown up, polished and chic yet give that effortlessness so it
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It would be infuriating that Natasha Lyonne hasn’t fronted a major fashion campaign yet, except the one she finally landed is just so good. As the new face of COS, the actress / director / producer stares down a camera lensed by Mario Sorrenti and styled by Camilla Nickerson. In the images, Lyonne wears a
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Photography by Getty Images for Michael KorsPlus Lil Nas X makes his runway debut and Fendi fetes its Baguette bag By Annika Lautens Date September 15, 2022 Facebook Twitter Let’s be honest: New York Fashion Week desperately needed a refresh. With so many American designers pressing the pause button during the pandemic, the first stop
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It Bags were over in 2008, or so declared trend pieces in the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. In the face of the biggest financial collapse since the Great Depression, the very notion of those symbols of turn-of-the-century conspicuous consumption—the Fendi Baguettes, the Chloé Paddingtons, the Dior Saddles, and many others that cost
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