Fashion

Courtesy of Nike / CAMPFIRE LLC “It’s funny because I don’t even think of myself as a role model,” pro tennis star Naomi Osaka tells ELLE.com in an email interview. “I’m 22 and figuring out life and trying to grow.” What’s actually funny is that her true talent is downplaying her accomplishments among them winning
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We’re on the tail-end of summer, which means the latest bag drops are happening right now. Shopping between seasons is the perfect time to find a bag that works year-round. It’s when designers like Loewe, Chanel, and Gucci release season-less styles in mixed materials, prints, and more. From silhouettes sourced directly from atelier archives to
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Disney+ Poetry is what Beyoncé presented with her visual album, Black Is King, a magnum opus that highlights the African diaspora—its culture, traditions, and styles. From the sweeping cinematography at picturesque locations across the globe (including South Africa, West Africa, Belgium, London, New York, and Los Angeles) to the cast that includes an array of
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Attention shoppers: Everlane is having a huge summer sale, where you can save up to 40 percent on a bunch of clothes and accessories. While Everlane regularly has discounts in its “Choose What You Pay” section, it’s rare to find already-marked down deals this good. Wearing—let alone—buying new clothes seems daunting. (I mean, I too
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Comrad Companion Compression Socks “Like everyone, my vision of compression socks wasn’t a pretty one. They were aesthetically offensive, always paired with horrid open-toe sandals, worn exclusively by old people and on and on the generalizations went. Then, Comrad’s millennial-version came into my life, and I’ve realized I had been very unfair. These are not, I repeat, not the geriatric
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After months in lockdown in New York, simple pleasures like sun, water, wildflowers feel all the more precious. That’s just what the master jewelers at Cartier had in mind for their latest high jewelry collection, [Sur] Naturel. Cartier’s Panthere Tropicale Timepiece Cartier With the goal of “freeing nature from reality’s constraints,” artisans looked to all
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Since its 2019 launch, Serena Williams’ eponymous jewelry collection has been a celebration of strength, authenticity, and individuality. Now, Williams returns with a limited-edition collection aptly named after a word that has followed her throughout her entire career—unstoppable. The Unstoppable Collection introduces two pieces—a necklace and a bracelet—both crafted from sterling silver and molded into
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These designers—and their brands—are changing the fashion industry for the better When some people hear the words “adaptive clothing,” their minds may instantly jump to images of sweatsuits and velcro closures. But, in actuality, adaptive clothing—a term used to describe clothing for people with disabilities and medical conditions that make getting dressed challenging—is super chic
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Prada’s announcement last February that Raf Simons would be co-creative directing with Miuccia Prada did not seem to really sink in, because today, we were surprised to witness her last solo collection. This is Prada’s final bow, three decades after presenting her first ready-to-wear collection in 1989. As with all designers reacting to Milan’s spring
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Courtesy There are fashion brands, and then there are Instagram fashion brands. You know what we mean: they’re the labels that rose in popularity with every like, follow, and saved picture. Unlike traditional RTW designers, these brands have a distinctive POV that responds to modern consumers. They’re operating under direct-to-consumer business models, have links to
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Courtesy No one—save Beyoncé, Faye Dunaway, Judy Funnie and that beatnik poet in An Extremely Goofy Movie—has ever looked natural in a beret. Fascinators are just that: fascinating to look at, but unlikely to make you feel comfortable unless you’re attending an antiquated royal wedding. And let’s not get started on the fedora’s reputation. Sometimes,
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James Branaman In recent months, the Black Lives Matter movement has exposed how prevalent racism is across industries and how standing up to injustice is necessary in all fields, from media to law enforcement, from athletics to art, and beyond. The environmentalist movement is no exception. Environmental activist Leah Thomas, known on Instagram as @greengirlleah,
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. Style Points is a new weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. Traditional fashion shows weren’t working, the designer felt. They were too stuffy and exclusive, not in step with the rhythms of the technology-savvy present. So he decided to do something a little different. This sounds like a scenario that
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