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Gilbert Carrasquillo/Getty Images Nina Garcia: Your fall collection was a tribute to Broadway. How did that love affair begin for you? Michael Kors: The first musical I ever saw was Annie Get Your Gun, with Ethel Merman. I was five years old. I had no idea who Ethel Merman was. I was knocked out—loved it.
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Courtesy of the designers; Crutchley: Eamonn McCormack/BFC; Maximilian: Chris Yates Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. By the looks of the recently concluded London Fashion Week, designers spent their lockdown downtime either delving deep into fashion history or craving the lights and EDM drops of clubland. While
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September marks the dawn of fall and the urge to reinvent one’s wardrobe. Plush sweaters, trim coats, and boots of all kinds are seasonal pillars worthy of a refresh. But how to anchor it all with sharp day-to-day sophistication? You can’t go wrong with a poised handbag like the Coach Rogue. It’s one of executive
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Daniel ZuchnikGetty Images We’ve all been here during the past year’s surge in online shopping: Clicking through a laundry list of stores, scrolling endlessly to find just one perfect jean or sweater—if we’re lucky. We know what we want, but our favorite retailers can’t always deliver it. The home of your go-to styling subscription might
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When Kim Jones took over as Artistic Director of Fendi at the start of this year, the Renaissance man headed straight to the storied Italian house’s vast archive in the Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana. There, Jones found inspiration aplenty for his first ready-to-wear collection for Fendi: from silhouettes sketched by the late Karl Lagerfeld to
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For style lovers, fashion is the heartbeat of New York City. Of course, many different aesthetics make up the landscape, and each neighborhood has its own distinct style sensibility. Crisp tailoring and classic silhouettes define the Upper East Side. On gritty East Village blocks like Bowery and St. Marks Place, the vibe is more eclectic,
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StreetstyleshootersGetty Images Amazon has spent the last five years building their fashion platform exponentially. They’ve brought established and emerging brands on-board to Luxury Stores at Amazon and created in-house labels like Wild Meadow, Mae, Core 10, and more. But just like trying to search the massive platform for the best of what feels like three
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Eckhaus: ROB KULISEK; Khaite: HANNA TVEITE; Do: Victor VIRGILE/Getty Images; MNZ: MADISON VOELKEL; Proenza: Jonas Gustavsson Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. It’s been a summer of unrepentant body-con looks. Just look at Megan Fox’s homage to Rose McGowan at the VMAs. And while that train shows
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On the white-washed rooftop of the PUBLIC Hotel in Manhattan’s Lower East Side, celebrity stylist Dani Michelle looked most at home with a pair of stilettos in her hands. Accompanied by a team of Designer Shoe Warehouse publicists and tastemakers, she floated past the trays of champagne flutes and well-dressed, well-credentialed guests to survey a
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Courtesy of Rebecca Minkoff The only fashion rule in stand-up comedy is that you shouldn’t wear shorts because they’re considered “unprofessional.” This never made sense to me. I’m allowed to make jokes about snapping dicks during sex, but I can’t wear a high-waisted denim short? It’s 90 degrees in New York right now—wearing jeans feels
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We’re by the ocean, but it’s not just any beach. It’s Jacob Riis Park, where queer people flock to get away from city noise and flaunt our bodies, curves, bulges, rolls, scars… everything that makes us beautiful. “It’s the place where I’ve seen more Chromat in the wild than any place on earth,” says Becca
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Did you know that the glasswing butterfly has beautiful transparent wings and can be found in the rainforests of South and Central America? Or that the protected species are called “espejitos” (“little mirrors” in Spanish)? It’s this commitment to transparency, self-reflection, protection, and the knowledge that a small movement can create change that inspired the
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Me at LUAR?! I’m not worthy! Truly, that’s how I felt the second my ride pulled up to a remote street in Brooklyn. It was the most “my life is like a movie” I’ve ever felt. I say this because the crowd outside the venue was teeming to get in. There was an immediate energy
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Over the past 11 days, stars descended on Venice, Italy for the city’s annual international film festival. With them, they brought plenty of fashion that rocked social media to the core (cue Zendaya in liquid-leather Balmain, Timothée Chalamet in sparkly Haider Ackermann, and Anya Taylor-Joy in Mattel pink Dior couture). And while the silver screen
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Dutch minimalism is coming to the masses. Zara is throwing its hat into the high-low designer collaboration ring with a KASSL Editions capsule. For the uninitiated, KASSL Editions was formed in 2018 with the goal of creating one perfect item⁠: a fisherman’s coat. With that quest, the German label ushered in a refreshing code of
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John LamparskiGetty Images Disruptor. Trailblazer. Anomaly. As Telfar Clemens’s star rises in the fashion industry, so too does the number of synonyms used to describe what has been abundantly clear since the designer’s debut: When it comes to Clemens, always expect the unexpected. So when the Telfar team sent out invites for a “press conference,”
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Self-expression has always been important to Larsen Thompson. Spending her childhood in and out of dance classes — she first rose to prominence when a video of her teenage self dancing to a pop anthem went viral — the actress and Global Pandora Muse found herself drawn to anything creative from a young age. “My
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It couldn’t be a coincidence that my very first New York Fashion Week experience was absolutely dripping in Rich Mom Energy. Sitting front row at Ulla Johnson was a complete dream. I’ve been a shameless superfan of the brand for years because of the genius juxtaposition of utility and femininity—each piece is more wearable and
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After becoming a little too comfortable wearing leggings every day, we’ve finally started to have fun with fashion again. And as we soak up the last days of summer and welcome the forthcoming change of seasons, we’re having fun getting away for weekend outings and celebrating special occasions, too. But switching from working-from-home comfort to
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Tara Reid remembers watching E.T. as a kid and idolizing Drew Barrymore. “I wanted to be like her,” she says, revealing that the actress and beauty mogul inspired her to pursue a career in Hollywood. “Then, after American Pie, she came up to me at a sushi restaurant and said, ‘Oh my god, I love
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