Dress, Charlotte Knowles, $850. Skirt, Free People, $98. Scarf, Zero + Maria Cornejo, $495. Handbag, Coach, $495. Boots, Brother Vellies, $895. Nick Riley Bentham Coat, Piazza Sempione, $2.095. Blouse, Tory Burch, $348. Skirt, Gabriela Hearst, $3,690. Earrings, Ariana Boussard-Reifel, $155. Nick Riley Bentham Beauty Tip: Full brows make for an intense gaze. Try Lancome Paris
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There’s no season quite like fall. The weather turns crisp and, at long last, autumn’s cold-weather staples are once again on the (sartorial) menu. Among the more important closet essentials is a well-stocked repertoire of footwear. Boots, sneakers, and similarly stylish shoes are all worthy of your closet’s real estate right now— and for three
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Tim GrahamGetty Images Known as the people’s princess, Lady Diana Spencer was one of the most recognized and influential style icons in the world. Paving the way for future fashionable royals like daughters-in-law Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle, Diana made bold statements with her sartorial choices, from bright suits and dramatic gowns to her famous
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If you have a curly or coily hair texture, you probably know that the best way to keep your hair moisturized is with a good ‘ol deep conditioner and plastic cap combo. I’ve been using the old school technique since the age of 10. (Thank you, mom!) But, I’m here to tell you that there’s
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Jennifer Lopez is channeling her inner Spice Girl. Yesterday, Lopez’s hairstylist, Chris Appleton, took to Instagram to show off his star client’s latest look. Clad in a fuzzy bathrobe, the singer and actress had her hair pulled up into ultra-nostalgic double buns, perfected with a middle part and two thick tendrils framing her face. Lopez
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Courtesy of the filmmakers.Getty Images Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. The calendar may not, at first or even third glance, seem like the chicest invention in human history. An airless grid crammed with names, it’s a visual record of the stodgy process of parceling out time.
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Jason Merritt/TERMGetty Images There’s a reason you return to Chrissy Teigen’s socials daily, and it’s not only to see how she’s trolling her husband John Legend. Teigen has always been an open book with her followers, whether she’s discussing plastic surgery, postpartum depression, or predictions on what The Office cast would be like ten years
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Has there ever been a better time to indulge in a little retail therapy? After several months of uncertainty, anxiety, and many, many hours doom scrolling—we deserve this. Consider this year’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals as penance for the year at large. From marked down handbags to cult-favorite beauty sets, adding to cart
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The ongoing global pandemic has separated people from their friends and families, jobs, and favorite restaurants. But if there’s one thing the pandemic won’t separate Zoe Kravitz from, it’s her red lipstick. Of course, with global mandates requiring people to wear masks out in public at all times, Kravitz—like many of us—has found it increasingly
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Laneige, Belif, Dr. Jart There’s a lot you can learn from watching Korean dramas—namely, that all the actors have flawless skin. I’ve spent episodes coveting their glass-like complexions, but the secret behind their beauty isn’t really a secret at all. For decades, South Korea has been famous for innovative beauty exports like cushion-compact foundation, BB
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Nestled amid 2,000 acres of Scottish countryside sits Dumfries House, an 18th century estate complete with a walled garden straight out of an Austen heroine’s dreams. It’s been home to generations of earls, but lately it’s hosted a very different set of tenants: students from Italy’s architecture, design, and engineering school Politecnico di Milano. Dumfries
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A captive audience, camera phones out, surrounds hairstylist Jawara at the Area fall 2020 show. He’s using a lip-gloss-length needle to secure an eight-pound Preciosa crystal wig on a model’s head for an Irving Penn–meets–KiraKira+ moment that will make it onto every Fashion Week recap (and also inspire the cover of ELLE’s September 2020 issue
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It’s common knowledge that consumer behavior and industrialization have a major impact on the environment; as consumers, we’re responsible for both the current and future condition of our planet. We may think that our small, individual actions won’t have an immediate or major impact on the environment, but we all need to start somewhere. First
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Don ArnoldGetty Images Oprah’s Favorite Things 2020 is officially here. It’s full of covetable loungewear and epic gift ideas, but most importantly, this year’s list champions small businesses and businesses owned by people of color. As the legend herself put it in her letter on OprahMag.com: “…This year, there’s a special twist. Because so many
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