Fashion

Getty ImagesJohn van Hasselt – Corbis Karl Lagerfeld, the prodigious designer behind Chanel and Fendi, opens up about whose body he’d like to have, his greatest indulgence, what he really thinks about fashion, and much more. Other than yourself, who is your favorite designer? Difficult to give just one name. Miuccia, Nicolas, Stefano, Riccardo, Alber,
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Getty ImagesJohn Phillips/BFC There’s a growing pool of luxury brands that have come under fire for major missteps, including back-to-back blackface controversies from Prada and Gucci. You can now add Burberry to the list. Riccardo Tisci debuted his Burberry autumn/winter 2019 collection at London Fashion Week, and it a hoodie with strings that resembled a
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Hollywood’s iconic stahl house provides a dramatic backdrop to charming botanical and painterly prints. Jumpsuit, Stella McCartney, $1,235. Sunglasses, Miu Miu, $410. Necklace, Tiffany & Co., $10,000. Bracelet (throughout), Marni, $350. Ring, Janis Savitt, $315. Rings, both, Pomellato, $7,100–$12,100 each. Handbag, pumps, $995, all, Calvin Klein 205W39NYC Photographed by Zoey Grossman; Styled by Natasha Royt
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Getty Imagesgotpap/Bauer-Griffin Kim Kardashian is never hesitant to make a statement with bold sheer and strappy looks, but the gown she wore to the Hollywood Beauty Awards last night just took things to the next level. She attended the event wearing this vintage Thierry Mugler gown featuring a form fit, thigh slit, and cutouts all
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Getty ImagesEamonn M. McCormack The most extensive collection of the House of Christian Dior ever compiled has been made accessible to the public by way of a stunning new exhibition at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. The “Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams” exhibition showcases some of Christian Dior’s most iconic looks from 1947 to today,
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It’s fun to say something is “trash.” It’s less fun—in fact, it’s awful—to see trash, especially in the wild, or where people and animals try to live. Matty Bovan and A Sai Ta know all about it. As London natives and “Young Millennials,” the two British designers have grown up with climate change, landfills, and
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Liza Boone As summer’s classic generation-spanning sandal, a Birkenstock is always a good idea—and this spring a totally new silhouette is joining the bunch. The Yao takes the brand’s slip-on-and-wear-with-anything vibe to even more versatile levels. Whether for brunch, vacation, or your average Tuesday, these slim-strapped sandals are just the addition your wardrobe has been
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Getty ImagesPascal Le Segretain Filmmaker, screenwriter, and activist, Ava DuVernay has always been on the frontlines of the fight against oppression, using films like 13th to address the racial injustices plaguing the black community, and her Twitter platform to support Colin Kaepernick’s NFL protest and denounce “white privilege.” Now, DuVernay is bringing her fight to
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Photographed by Cole Sprouse; Styled by Natasha Royt Intricate crochet and macrame—on tank dresses, swinging skirts, and cover-ups—appear at home among the pristine wetlands and rocky coast of Southern California. Dress, $7,500, fringed vest, $10,600, both, Chanel. Opal earring (on her right ear, throughout), Pascale Monvoisin, $340. Earring, Mounser, $225 (for pair). Belt, Altuzarra, $450.
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The Blonds have always rebelled against convention. Each season, the fashion wildcard—the theatrical New York-based designing duo made up of Phillipe Blond and David Blond—depart from the traditional runway show to put on a show that often doubles as a full-blown concert. For its spring 2019 show, Disney villains went high-fashion, as models (including Paris
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Getty ImagesVictor VIRGILE Day six of New York Fashion Week goes to the dogs….the cutest most adorable pups who c-starred in Lela Rose’s fall 2019 runway show, that is. The designer staged a dog-show-meet-fashion-show to showcase her fall collection, calling it the Roseminster Dog Show. There were judges, categories (i.e, “Lassies Who Lunch”) and even
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Don’t let a downpour get you, well, down. Make like Winnie Harlow and suit up in slick plastic and water-resistant pieces that’ll keep you dry, whatever the forecast. Coat, Kassl Editions, $1,735. Bucket hat, Eric Javits, $295. Photographed by Max Papendieck and Styled by Katie Mossman Trench coat, $2,135, floral apron, $2,700, shirt, $640, hat
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Over in London, the BAFTAs have begun; it’s the last big award show before the Oscars in Los Angeles. And with actual royalty in attendance—Kate Middleton and Prince William, namely—celebs have dressed to the nines for the formal event. Here, all the exquisite gowns and glam dresses stars like Emma Stone and Margot Robbie wore
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