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It’s been a wild ride for Charaf Tajer since he launched Casablanca at his parents’ Paris apartment in 2019. “I’m still in shock,” says Tajer, of the ensuing success that now includes a capsule with Net-a-Porter, an LVMH Prize nomination, and a sneaker collaboration with New Balance that sold out in twenty-seven seconds. To add
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If you’ve patiently been waiting for retailers to drop sales before ushering in SS21 collections over the next few weeks, I have good news. Right now, the sale sections of some of ELLE.com’s all-time favorite places to online shop are stacked. Stacked, I tell you. From coats worn by the likes of Meghan Markle to
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Last year, I established a new pre-bedtime ritual. Immediately after I cocooned my skin in Mutha Face Oil and Lanolips Superbalm, I’d climb into bed, open the internet on my phone, and start to doomscroll. I spent hours falling down the dark hole that is Reddit, Twitter, and Instagram, always unable to climb my way
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We gathered today to witness the historical inauguration of President Joe Biden and our first female, South Asian, and Black Vice President Kamala Harris. And through sobbing tears of relief, Ella Emhoff’s sparkly coat offered yet another bright spot from today’s events. While most attendees chose solid colors and monochromatic outfits—purple, in particular, being significant—Emhoff
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Under normal circumstances, asking the question, “How are you?” would likely render a habitual response. “Fine.” But as 2020—and the first few weeks of 2021—proved, there’s nothing normal about the current state of the world. Posing the same question to the famed fashion editor and author of The Chiffon Trenches: A Memoir, André Leon Talley
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Versace With a new year comes fresh opportunities for innovative fashion, stunning visuals, and new levels of star power. The spring-summer 2021 campaigns have arrived, placing Kate Moss near a glowing Eiffel Tower for Messika Paris, and the likes of Hailey Bieber and Kendall Jenner in an underwater escape for Versace. Plus, Prada is exploring
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At the beginning of quarantine, everyone hopped on Instagram Live, including the fashion industry. Designers sought out new ways to connect with their customers digitally in every form imaginable. They streamed concerts performed by brand ambassadors. Digital workshops were held on Zoom, teaching us how to illustrate like an artist. Your favorite creative directors shared
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Back in September 2020 before election results were announced (and baselessly questioned), Believe in Better merchandise was launched in support of President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, urging everyone to vote. Designers from Thom Browne to Carly Cushnie backed the campaign in support of the candidates. Now that the inauguration is on the
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