Fashion & Style

The breathtaking mansion, Villa Feliz,  took up an entire city block and was parallel to Griffith Park. As I approached the long side yard leading to the scarlet carpet was lined with media and photographers as the celebrities approached the 6000 square-foot hDaily Dosacienda. Sue Wong’s model goddesses lined the carpet and the stars entered.
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“Hold On Me” is the newest single from Los Angeles based, Singer/Songwriter and Reggae enthusiast, Nathan Harrington. Harrington is categorized as a Reggae artist, but in all honesty, there’s a bit more to him than that. He looks like a guitar playing, surfer, with depth. At 21, he appears much more masculine than you would
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Courtesy of Giorgio Armani Privé Despite the Grammys being presented digitally, Music’s Biggest Night stays strong on the red carpet front. Country singer Ingrid Andress is attending her first Grammys from home, garnering three nominations for Best New Artist, Best Country Song for Andress’ single “More Hearts Than Mine,” and Best Country Album for her
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For her primetime interview with Oprah Winfrey, it’s clear that Meghan Markle wants her clothes to do at least some of the talking. Her dress, a stunning silk Armani gown, was chosen specifically for the television special because it features an embroidered lotus bloom, a flower believed to symbolize rebirth and resilience. 18kt Gold Aquamarine
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Courtesy of the brands; Bahnsen: LANA OHRIMENKO; Rentrayage: Kate Sears Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. If your life feels like a never-ending parade of concentric Zoom windows, FaceTime squares, and a thousand open tabs, the fall 2021 collections suggest you’re not alone. Perhaps inspired by our
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You don’t come to Versace to wear brown. At least, that’s what its history of bold colors, J.Lo jungle prints, and ’90s black-and-gold power dressing have taught us. The brand is flipping the script for the fall 2021 season, introducing us to a new conversation within the Versace-verse: monogramming. Debuting a new monogram this season,
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Cher and Anderson: Laurie Lynn Stark; Campbell and Cardi B with Offset: Tomás Herold; Hadid: Pierre Suu/Getty Images Rihanna was in Japan a few years back, and she happened to be in the market for a designer meat cleaver. (Yes, you read that correctly.) Jahleel Weaver, the deputy creative director of Fenty and the star’s
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Valentino’s last couture collection was an example of true decadence. Set in a gilded galleria, presenting gilded gowns, gilded nine-inch heels, and even gilded visages, the opulence was overt. In stark contrast, creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli’s fall offerings are subdued. The designer opted for a quieter runway, whispering in sweet nothings. In many ways, Piccioli
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The joint efforts of Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons have not gone unnoticed. The very opposite, in fact—they’re all anyone can talk about. Since the announcement [hyperlink https://www.elle.com/fashion/a31067150/raf-simons-prada-co-creative-director/] of their co-creative director titles in February 2020, right before the COVID-19 led to global lockdowns, the runway has drastically changed. Their debut collection last September came
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