Fashion & Style

Bustier bodysuit, belt, leggings, earrings, bracelet, handbags, slingbacks, all Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello. Matthew Kristall Jordan Daniels is on the ferry when we speak, the tooting of tugboats and sound of rushing water punctuating our conversation. Doing an interview while in transit seems appropriate for the model, who has spent her life moving between
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Mike CoppolaGetty Images While some New York designers opted out of showing during the spring/summer 2021 season—including industry heavy hitters like Michael Kors, Marc Jacobs, and more—others persevered. NYFW’s digital stage saw many interpretations, but a few moments felt as chaotic as trying to find your seat at an IRL runway show. It begs the
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Amanda Demme/Courtesy of the Subject Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. When Imitation of Christ began showing in 2000, the press immediately latched on to the sexiest talking points. There was the memorable name, with its hint of sacrilege. The site-specific shows that verged on performance art:
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Yes, your dreamy new hair colour looks like magic—but it’s been achieved with a healthy bit of science. “When you lighten hair, you’re basically left with the underlying pigment which ranges from red to orange to yellow—and typically those pigments are not what people like to see,” says Christine LeBlanc, owner and creative director of
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Plus: Four other pore myths, busted No matter where you get your beauty info from—whether it’s magazines, social media or good ol’ word of mouth—it’s safe to say that the abundance of sources and information available at any given time has made things, well, pretty confusing. With so much info at our fingertips, it can
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Gucci: Courtesy of the brandInstagram Style Points is a new weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. Jeannette Wei. Sabrina Pilkati. Ioana Ciocan. These may not be household names, but they’ve all played a big part in fashion recently. Wei is designer Joseph Altuzarra’s grandmother, and her wardrobe helped inspire his fall
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Shirt, bustier top, skirt, handbag, pumps, Fendi. Chris Colls Along the quiet, quarantined streets of New York City, fall’s most vivid ensembles refuse to be silenced. Polo dress, bodysuit, skirt, handbag, boots, Hermès. Hat, Clyde. Sunglasses, Alain Mikli x Jeremy Scott. Necklace, Vram. Chris Colls Bow sleeve, dress, gloves, handbag, Mary Janes, Maison Margiela. Chris
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Courtesy Fashion designers are putting politics on their sleeves. Ahead of the 2020 presidential election in November, many have released merchandise—from Michael Kors to Nili Lotan—that encourages citizens to perform their civic duty and vote. Indeed, going out to the polls and filling out your ballots are pivotal: Choosing who leads the nation is something
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The students who graduated this summer have never faced a more uncertain future. As they navigated the new quarantine normal, we invited college photography graduates from around the country to showcase their skills in the form of fashion images. The models were their nearest and dearest—parents, roommates, siblings, significant others—who were excited to don high
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Stabbing at the silence with a petulant groove, we discover early on in “Boom – The Explosion” that HeIsTheArtist is capable of generating tremendous amounts of physicality, seemingly out of thin air, whenever the mood strikes him in the new EP Adam & Eve. While this isn’t the first record HeIsTheArtist has released – his
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