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Zhao: Searchlight Pictures 20th Century Studios; Tran: @spenserharrison, @stayluckystudios; Ephron: Everett Collection Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. A few weeks ago I did something highly uncharacteristic and set an alarm to buy a T-shirt. It wasn’t your garden-variety Supreme or Vetements I was after, but a
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Courtesy of Tiffany & Co. If you know Tracee Ellis Ross, whether it’s from her 25-year career in film and television or through the lens of her vibrant social media channels, it should come as no surprise that she loves fashion. Like, really loves fashion. The actress’s love affair with beautiful clothes presents itself in
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Courtesy of Chanel / Kristen White Pharrell Williams founded Black Ambition, an equity-focused initiative that aims to level the uneven playing fields across industries and shine a light on Black and Latinx students and entrepreneurs from historically Black colleges and universities, or HBCUs. Taking its support to new heights, the nonprofit organization has teamed up
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Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. Maxine Bédat swears she began with a fairly modest aim: to tell the life story of a pair of jeans, from a humble cotton plant nestled in the soil to the flares hanging in your closet—and even extending into their potential
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If you’re going to make one addition to your wardrobe this season, make it a print. From polka dots to stripes, every pattern offers a world of styling possibilities. DOT MATRIX Courtesy Outfit 1 Adianna Dress Baum Und Pferdgarten baumundpferdgarten.com $229.00 Agnes Hat Gigi Burris gigiburris.com $435.00 Brooks Sunglasses Garrett Leight garrettleight.com $360.00 Ernest Sandals
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Cady Bead-Embellished Miniskirt Miu Miu farfetch.com $6,000.00 Fashion, specifically when it comes to social media style, can have a very specific Baader–Meinhof phenomenon flare. It works so well, I’m usually opening a package of the latest TikTok craze before I even realize I purchased it. This shopping fugue state is the result of a never-ending
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Picture this: It’s early March 2020. You’re in the 187th row (it’s all you could afford, but you’re just happy to be there) at the first stop of Billie Eilish’s world tour. You’re wearing a vintage *NSync tee celebrating the anniversary of their pop classic No Strings Attached. Your best friend is beside you, wearing
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Gaga: Courtesy of Interscope; Beyoncé: Andrew White/Parkwood Entertainment; Cardi B: Kevin Winter/Getty Images; Sawayama: Attitude Magazine/Getty Images I worry that I’ve lost my muscle memory for live music. I’m at the point of withdrawal where I miss the sensory details with unnerving specificity: The strategic shifting of weight from one foot to the other. The
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Rihanna’s lingerie line Savage X Fenty is looking to propel its success beyond the wear-your-underwear-around-the-house WFH era with a colorful new capsule collection worth paying attention to: Savage X Pride. A first for the brand, the Pride collection features 60 new pieces, each catering to and in celebration of the LGBTQIA+ community in honor of
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Rina Sawayama has been influencing pop since the day she appeared on the scene with “Sleeping in Waking” in 2013. But it wasn’t until her 2020 album SAWAYAMA, which topped all the notable “Best of” lists last year, that we began to truly appreciate her. She explored the depths of herself, breaking Rina down into
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Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. “You would almost think that it was intentional—I mean, it is intentional, at this point,” jokes Conner Ives of the American flag in the background of his Zoom square. The designer is dialing in from London, where he’s spent the day
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With the pandemic seemingly coming to end, now’s the time to trade in your lounge set for a new floral dress and a pair of heels. Memorial Day Weekend is the perfect time to shop your favorite brands that are not only on sale but will encourage you to go outside again (safely, of course).
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“How many times have you been subjected to mediocre, romantic, rom-com movies, starring white people?” asks Nepali-American designer Prabal Gurung. “When the AAPI community and minority communities are not just celebrated for their excellence, but allowed to exist in the mediocrity also, that is when we know true inclusivity is happening. You’re allowing them to
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Jeremy Scott is fashion’s ultimate nostalgia merchant. Barbie, My Little Pony, SpongeBob SquarePants: He’s put them all on a runway at some point. A regressive mood has predominated during the pandemic—we’ve found ourselves swaddled in sweatsuits, tie-dyeing and coloring our way through quarantine as though we’re back in the recess yard. But the Moschino creative
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When Allbirds launched in 2016, it gained traction as the buzziest new shoe brand for its comfortable designs married with eco-friendly and sustainable practices. It’s a cult favorite through and through. The brand has since launched sneakers tailored more for workouts with its Tree Dashers and Runners, but today, it announced a collaboration with Adidas
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Getty Images/ATSUSHI NISHIJIMA/NETFLIX Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. Roy Halston Frowick didn’t take well to being alone. When he left his childhood home in Indiana, far from the mythical coasts, he dropped two of his names like last season’s castoffs, adopted a chic mononym, and headed
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Ever since Lana Condor splashed on the scene with Netflix’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved, she’s become a default influencer. Whether it’s her character that launched a thousand scrunchies or her fans scrambling online trying to figure out which exact shade of lipstick she was wearing on the bus, whatever Condor uses, we buy.
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Dressing for the summer always has its particular challenges. There’s the not-insignificant task of dressing for a 50-degree morning that shifts quickly into an 85-degree scorcher. Then it’s a balancing act of dressing well without sacrificing comfort and breathability in the humidity. This summer in particular has its extra stressors, as people emerge from quarantine
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